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Starbucks joins Wingmall in perfect pairing

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Starbucks joins Wingmall in perfect pairing

Starbucks lovers can enjoy delicious drinks at a discount when they order from Wingmall until August 19.

American coffee giant Starbucks is now available on Wingmall, as the famous brand seeks to expand its digital sales in Cambodia.

Starting today, customers can order from Starbucks outlets in Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville via Wingmall.

In a perfect pairing, Starbucks and Wingmall share the same vision of making life better through convenient access to products and services.

“Starbucks is a different company. Starbucks believes not just in celebrating coffee, but also in a human connection.Starbucks believes in making sure that everything they do is through the lens of humanity. Something we have in common at Wing.

"Our vision is to provide every Cambodian with convenient access to relevant digital solutions that can improve their lives.

"Wingmall, the business to consumer division of Wing Commerce, believes in spreading happiness among its users through convenience in usage, the relevance of products and the excitement of offers and promotions,” said Manu Rajan, CEO of Wing Commerce.

From now until August 19, customers can enjoy the “Buy One, Get One Free” special offer on selected Starbucks Venti-sized (large) handcrafted beverages when they order via Wingmall.

The promotion applies to some of Starbucks’ most signature Espresso and Frappuccino®️ blended beverages.

“At Starbucks, we aim to provide safety and convenience for our loyal customers during their busy hours at workplace or amid the pandemic situation.

"Considering the reach and popularity of Wingmall, we believe that this partnership will live up to our customers’ expectations,” said Por Lim, general manager of Starbucks Cambodia.

Since 1971, Starbucks Coffee Company has been committed to ethically sourcing and roasting high-quality arabica coffee. Today, with more than 34,000 stores in more than 80 countries around the globe, the company is the premier roaster and retailer of speciality coffee in the world.

Starbucks opened its first store in Cambodia in 2015, and it has since expanded its coffee footprint in the Kingdom by offering the unique Starbucks experience to every customer through every cup.

Since starting in October 2020, Wingmall has onboarded thousands of high-quality merchants to its virtual market, selling over 250,000 SKUs including food, drinks, groceries, electronics, toys, beauty products and much more.

Customers wishing to make a purchase simply need to open the Wing Bank App and click on the “Wingmall” banner.

For those without the app or a Wing Account, they can download the app easily and register using their phone number and a valid National ID or passport.

Join the Wingmall Telegram today to stay informed about special deals: https://bit.ly/3GdHHkP.

Merchants wishing to be a partner of Wingmall can contact +(855) – 078 311 311.

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