Starbucks in China has a new Cat-Paw Cup that is driving fans and collectors crazy. You can even buy it on Taobao now

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Starbucks in China has a new Cat-Paw Cup that is driving fans and collectors crazy. You can even buy it on Taobao now

Remember the upside-down Frosty snowman cup that was released during the Christmas season in Starbucks stores here last year?

It sold out within a day or two.

In China, there’s a similar cup being released today, 28 February and it comes in an adorable shape of a cat paw.

And it’s driving fans crazy, literally to the point where there have been reports of people getting into arguments and fights over the cups.

Starbucks China is selling it at a pricey ¥199 (~S$40) but resellers are cashing in on the craze, selling them for as much as ¥1,800 (~S$363) online.

Want one? You can actually purchase it online from Starbucks China official Tmall Store with 1,000 cups up for grabs daily from 3pm onwards between 28 February to 3 March.

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Starbucks in China has a new Cat-Paw Cup that is driving fans and collectors crazy. You can even buy it on Taobao now
Starbucks in China has a new Cat-Paw Cup that is driving fans and collectors crazy. You can even buy it on Taobao now
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Remember the upside-down Frosty snowman cup that was released during the Christmas season in Starbucks stores here last year?

It sold out within a day or two.

In China, there’s a similar cup being released today, 28 February and it comes in an adorable shape of a cat paw.

And it’s driving fans crazy, literally to the point where there have been reports of people getting into arguments and fights over the cups.

Starbucks China is selling it at a pricey ¥199 (~S$40) but resellers are cashing in on the craze, selling them for as much as ¥1,800 (~S$363) online.

Want one? You can actually purchase it online from Starbucks China official Tmall Store with 1,000 cups up for grabs daily from 3pm onwards between 28 February to 3 March.