Starbucks is running a single-location cashless pilot in a store located in the lobby of a Seattle-based office building.
According to The Seattle Times, the location won’t accept cash for transactions for an unspecified period of time. The store reportedly isn’t using signage to notify customers that it isn’t taking cash, instead letting baristas explain it to customers who try.
Starbucks is using the pilot to evaluate customer response and garner employee feedback.
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