It will now be easier for you to get your Starbucks fix delivered to your doorstep. The coffee chain has long allowed customers to place orders for pickup through its app and it’s now making it possible for them to get Starbucks without having to leave their home, provided they’re living in select markets.
It was first confirmed last month that Starbucks would be offering Uber Eats delivery through more than 2,000 stores across the United States. It’s linking up with Uber Eats to handle the delivery part of the bargain, the company isn’t launching a delivery service of its own.
Starbucks delivery through Uber Eats was piloted in Miami and the service is now rolling out in San Francisco today. It will be available in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Chicago, and Washington, DC in the coming weeks.
Starbucks says that the Miami pilot received a great response with positive feedback from customers and repeat business throughout the day. This partnership also enables Starbucks to reach new customers who use the Uber Eats platform while offering an easier way for existing customers to get their daily coffee.
The company remains committed to offering deliveries through 2,000 stores which make up almost a quarter of its footprint in the United States.