Target Shoppers Are ‘Getting Trampled’ For A Special Valentine’s Day Stanley Cup
Stanley Cups are very in right no. No, not that Stanley Cup. We aren’t talking hockey right now. It’s a real cup that you actually drink out of, and they are everywhere right now. However, a special Valentine’s Day Stanley Cup was recently released at Target and people are going all out to get their hands on it. I mean all out!
The limited edition tumblers were released on December 31st. Now, we’re seeing shoppers at stores like Target actually get trampled trying to get one for themselves. It’s not even Black Friday!
Limited Edition Stanley Cup Causing Chaos At Target
We are likely all familiar with how crazy shopping can be for the holidays. However, typically the holidays in discussion are Christmas, Thanksgiving, or New Year’s Eve. Right now, we’re talking about a Valentine’s Day rush. Definitely not as common as the others. That Valentine’s Day rush seems to be in full swing at Target.
Target recently released two exclusive Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumblers. The popular tumblers come in two color options: Cosmo Pink and Target Red. They’re a part of the brand’s ‘Galentine’s Collection.’ The tumblers were being sold for $45 and quickly sold out in stores across the country and online.
Now, a TikTok video has gone viral from a Target in El Paso, Texas where people were shown running for their tumblers. It looked like quite the chaotic scene. Check out user JazzedByJaz‘s video below.
That’s wild! These cups must be super cold and refreshing. Might have to go get myself one (once the chaos slows down a little). The limited edition cups have been spotted online listed at prices up to $240, according to People.
Chances are you’ve heard Chuck talk about his Stanley Cup. They’re incredible! These tumblers aren’t new, but recently took off thanks to the internet. I read that they were initially designed for men working construction. However, a Mommy Blog picked it up and talked about it and that lead to many sales. They then started expanding and designing cups with women in mind featuring pastel colors and such. Now, they had millions of dollars in sales in 2023. It looks like they’re on pace for even more in 2024.