Starbucks Delivers now in 49 markets across the U.S.

Starbucks, in partnership with Uber Eats, has expanded its delivery program adding 33 new markets including Austin, Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, Nashville, Portland, San Antonio and more

The program is now available in a total of 49 markets across 29 U.S. states with plans to expand to nearly every state in the coming months

Starbucks, in partnership with Uber Eats, has rolled out Starbucks® Delivers to 33 new U.S. markets, including Austin, Baltimore, Charleston, Cleveland, Detroit, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Portland, Raleigh-Durham, San Antonio, Tampa-St. Pete and more. With this latest expansion, Starbucks Delivers is available in a total of 49 markets across 29 U.S. states.

Starbucks has rapidly expanded its delivery program to dozens of U.S. markets since an initial test in Miami less than 18 months ago. Following continuous success of Starbucks Delivers and further customer demand, the company plans to expand delivery to nearly all U.S. states, achieving national coverage in the coming months. 

Through the Uber Eats platform, customers can track progress of their order and location of their Uber courier. With nearly all core food and beverage items and several seasonal beverages available from the Starbucks® menu, customers are able to customize their orders similar to how they would when ordering on the Starbucks® Mobile App.

Starbucks Delivers is available through the Uber Eats mobile app on iOS and Android devices. Check the availability locator and order here.

In addition to the U.S., Starbucks has launched delivery programs in more than 15 global markets, including Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, the U.K. and Vietnam. Starbucks has made several investments to its global delivery initiatives, including voice ordering and delivery capabilities through Alibaba’s delivery platform in China and expanding Starbucks Delivers, in partnership with Uber Eats, most recently in the U.K., U.S. and Canada.