That’ll be an iced macchiato, please—for delivery.
New Jersey customers are now able to order Starbucks beverages and snacks to their homes and offices with the expansion of Starbucks‘ delivery program to five U.S. markets: New Jersey, Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix and Philadelphia.
The delivery program initially launched as a pilot with Uber Eats late last year. By early 2020, its reach will extend to 16 U.S. markets.
“Following our recent commitment to make delivery available nationwide in 2020, we are excited to bring Starbucks Delivers to five more major U.S. markets,” said Roz Brewer, group president and chief operating officer for Starbucks in a statement. “The expansion of Starbucks Delivers is part of our continuous effort to enhance the retail experience and provide customers another convenient option to enjoy Starbucks wherever they are.”
The Uber Eats platform allows customers to track the progress of their order and location of their courier. Approximately 95 percent of Starbucks’ core items are available for delivery.