Starbucks coffee drinks are already known for being expensive, but the Seattle-based chain said this week that they are raising the price of some of their drinks, the Huffington Post reports.
The average increase is just one percent, and the price-hikes will only happen in stores in the Sunbelt and the Northeast U.S.
"Starbucks wouldn’t disclose all of the states its raising prices, but the regions include New York; Washington, D.C.; and most Southern states," according to the Washington Post. "They exclude California and Florida."
The price of a "tall" coffee will go up 10 cents, and six other beverages will become more expensive as well.
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