A deviation from my usual travelogue :D Will continue soon!
So how’s the Starbucks planner look like in your country?
Asked Tim in his blog Mixed Up Already. So, in this post, I will tell about the Starbucks Planner 2013 – Malaysian Edition.
In Malaysia, to get the planner free of charge [otherwise you will have to fork out a whopping RM 138 = USD 45], you will have to use the Starbucks Card to purchase 15 beverages.
Starbucks Card is actually a prepaid payment card used in Starbucks Malaysia to pay for your favourite beverages. You can get one for free by topping up a minimum of RM 30. By using this card, every time you purchase a handcrafted beverages, you will get a reward star, which you can track from your Starbucks online portal.
So, when you purchase 10 beverages, you will get 10 stars which can be redeemed with a free grande size beverage. On top of that, as a year end promotion, with 15 beverages purchased, you can get a Starbucks Planner for 2013 for free.
Meaning that, after you bought 10 beverages, you can redeem a free grande size beverage, and buy another 5 beverages, you can redeem the planner for free. And another promotion that is still on going is that, when you redeem the planner, you can get a second planner for RM 45.
So, how the planner looks like?
It comes with 2 colours – brown and red/black. As brown is too cliche, I decided to choose the red/black version.
If the Indonesian planner comes with vouchers for every month in 2013, Malaysian planner only has the planner, and nothing else. ;p
When you open the zip, it looks like this:
And a little bit of foreward:
And the cover for each month, including testimonies from Starbucks customers.
That’s it! So, how’s the Starbucks planner looks like in your country?