Starbucks and Uber are joining forces to deliver coffee, snacks, and other items in six major US cities.
Starbucks says 95% of its menu will soon be available on the Uber Eats app, and purchases come with a $2.49 flat booking fee.
It is scheduled to launch in San Francisco on Tuesday before rolling out in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC, over the next few weeks.
The new system means Uber Eats couriers will be able to deliver coffee from 3,500 stores, a quarter of all Starbucks stores in the US.
Starbucks said it developed new packaging to maintain coffee temperature during 30-minute deliveries.
Uber Eats is the fastest-growing meal delivery service in the US, growing at 150% annually.