As the leaves begin to fall, Starbucks is spicing things up with a special treat for its Pumpkin Spice Latte enthusiasts. Marking two decades of the beloved drink, Starbucks is launching unique NFT collectibles through its Web3 platform, Starbucks Odyssey.
Exclusive digital stamps themed “The PSL Collection: Spiced Stamp” will be available for purchase at $20 each. These stamps, representing variations of the iconic autumn drink — Spiced, Iced, Steamed, and Whipped — can be bought using various payment methods, including ETH, Nifty Gateway balance, and even credit cards.
For those eager to get their hands on these digital collectibles, each member can secure up to 4 Stamps. The designs of these NFTs were unveiled to the lucky buyers on October 10, 2023.
The announcement highlighted:
“Stamps earn you 250 points each. If you choose to purchase all four designs, an opportunity awaits you on the other side.”
These NFTs, minted on the Ethereum scaling network Polygon, are available on the Nifty Gateway marketplace. Starbucks’ venture into the blockchain world began last year with the introduction of the Starbucks Odyssey. This platform, launched in a closed beta version in December, allows members to embark on ‘journeys’ — engaging activities that reward them with digital ‘journey stamps.’
Starbucks’ NFT collection on Nifty Gateway offers a range, with prices starting at $7.44 and going up to $768 for some collectibles.
Brady Brewer, Starbucks’ Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, expressed, “By integrating into the Starbucks Rewards ecosystem and grounding the experience in coffee, connection, and community, we are entering the Web3 space differently than any other brand while deepening our members’ connection to Starbucks.”
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