It looks like Starbucks is expanding its Halloween 2020 merch line with a brand new cold drink tumbler.

Avid Starbucks goers have begun to notice the new glow-in-the-dark tumbler appearing on the shelves in their local stores.

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It's almost Sept. 1 which means Halloween is basically already here. In celebration, Starbucks is expanding its Halloween collection with new spooky glow-in-the-dark tumblers everyone will be trying to get their hands on.

The new tumblers hold 24 ounces of your favorite cold beverages. With skulls, moons, birds and spider web prints wrapped around the cup, the black and white design glows green when left in the dark. As well, the tumblers come with purple lids and reusable straws.

Starbucks goers started noticing the new item pop up at their favorite locations earlier this week. Instagram account @raindrop_resell picked up two of the tumblers in Seattle, but notes that the new item hasn't actually launched yet.

"Probably the coolest cups I’ve gotten so far, I managed to find these and they haven’t been released yet, the sku didn’t even ring up."

According to another Instagram account, @sirensaviors, the spooky tumblers are launching sometime next month. So, it's worth keeping an eye out at your local Starbucks for this new item because it will most likely sell out fast.

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"RL PIC OF THE GLOW IN THE DARK TUMBLER from the US Halloween Collection. Releasing Sept 2020."

These new glow-in-the-dark tumblers are the perfect excuse to order your favorite seasonal drink. Starbucks just launched the beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte. As well, the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew and other seasonal treats are back this fall.

For those looking for some Starbucks cups with a little more Halloween nostalgia, there's an Etsy store selling customized Hocus Pocus cups. However, they are selling out fast.

Are you going to grab one of the Starbucks glow-in-the-dark tumblers for Halloween? Let us know in the comments below.