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There’s an Alternative to the Viral Starbucks Studded Tumblers

A person holds a studded red ombre tumbler, a Starbucks tumbler brightens from white to red, and tumbler features an iridescent ombre.
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Each year it’s the same question from Starbucks fans. When are holiday cups arriving? Well, the famed red cups are officially at your local coffee shop, but now, there’s another Starbucks cup going viral.

The Starbucks Bling Cold Cups are blowing up on Instagram, but the problem is that they’re becoming difficult to find as a result. Thankfully, there’s an Amazon alternative.

While you might not think you’ve seen the famed Starbucks tumbler, you likely have. The 24-ounce cup is shaped like a traditional tumbler but features a studded pattern all along the exterior with the signature Starbucks siren in a central circle. The screw on top is always in a matching color, and there’s a plastic straw that comes with it. The cups come in a variety of colors, but vibrant pinks, reds, and iridescent colors seem to be the most popular.

Unfortunately, many of them are difficult to find or sold out and aren’t available for online shopping. That’s what makes this Amazon alternative so perfect.

Of course, some people will want the Starbucks cup because, well, it’s the Starbucks cup. But for those looking for a simple but cute stocking stuffer, the Fifth & West Two-Tone Matte Studded Tumbler is ideal. It features the same cylindrical shape and studded exterior as well as multiple colorways. While many of the Starbucks cups are iridescent or shiny, this cup is matte—and hey, some people like that even better!

While the tumbler isn’t made of stainless steel, it is double insulated, and as a result, will still keep cold drinks chilly for a few hours. Plus, it’s lightweight and easily portable so you can take your iced coffee, water, or smoothie on the go.

If you’ve been looking for an affordable stocking stuffer or can’t seem to find the real Starbucks cup, this dupe is perfect.

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Shea Simmons is the Editor In Chief of LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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