(STARBUCKS) The Limited Edition Starbucks Philippines 2015 Planner!


There are two things that remind me that Christmas is indeed happening. One is when a TV Network releases is Christmas Station ID and second, when starbucks officially launch is Annual Limited Edition Planner! Yes! This coming monday, November 3, Starbucks Philippines annual Christmas tradition returns with the 12th edition of the Starbucks Planner! The Limited Edition Starbucks Philippines 2015 Planner! As you can see below, the planner is wrapped with this foil bag, wrapped like our usual whole bean coffee. You can also re-use this bag as your planner pouch, a lunch bag, book cover or even as your gadget and accessory bag!

The Limited Edition Starbucks Philippines 2015 Planner will be available in four water-resistant apron cloth covers (green, black, red and brown)

It also has a coffee pin bookmark and a chalk pen with highlighter!

The brown Edition has a siren design compare to the above’s usual elegant logo in Red, Green and Black!

Look at the a coffee pin bookmark! So cute!

 

What’s inside the starbucks planner? The pages now has lines compare to this year’s edition!

The planner has around 15 coupons attached to the planner itself!

 

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  1. i really like this 2015 planner. it will be my gift to my niece who is in UK. how she desires to have one. and I promise her, you will have it by hook or crook. haha! wish lang na the purchase of merchanside can be accumulated instead of one time cost of 7K. Quite hard and make me think twice, thrice etc. can starbucks reconsider it? well, well, thanks