FREE Starbucks Reusable Red Cup with holiday drink purchase Friday

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Starbucks gets nostalgic as the brand unveils four new retro holiday cup designs in celebration of the 2018 holiday season.

"We listened to our customers", said Roz Brewer, Starbucks' chief operating officer.

Customers said they 'loved the tradition of Christmas, ' she added. "The holidays mean something different to everyone", the company said in an ad showing two women gazing at each other over a cup of coffee.

The four designs are of varying shades of red, green, and white, a clear attempt to head off any controversy similar to the red cup debacle of 2015, when the release of a simple, solid-red holiday cup led some to believe Starbucks was raging war on Christianity.

Starbucks 2018 Holiday Cups shown on Thursday, October 25, 2018 in Seattle.

And you could get one for a buddy as an early Christmas gift. This year, Starbucks is leaning into the holiday. This year, they feature a little more of the traditional red and green.

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'Our customers have told us that the return of Starbucks holiday cups and beverages are a signal the season is upon us.

'We learn from everything we do in our stores, ' Brewer said.

This year, the company is strictly sticking with Christmas.

To accompany the drinks, Starbucks is also bringing back some old favorite holiday treats, including Iced Snowman Cookies and Peppermint Brownie Cake Pops, and releasing some new ones: Penguin Cake Pops, Pistachio Honey Croissants, Sugar Plum Cheese Danishes, and Chocolate Swirl Brioches.

So how do you get the free cup?

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