Stanley Cups are going to be your BFFs on the beach this summer. The massive cups keep your drinks ice cold, are dishwasher safe, can survive a literal fire, and fit perfectly in your car cup holder. On May 7, Starbucks launched its new summer menu and cup lineup. Of course, in between fruity drinks and snacks, the brand shared its fifth Stanley Quencher collaboration in the colorway Sunset Gradient — otherwise known as the “pink and gold” cup. Stanley Cup fans lined up bright and early in the morning outside of Starbucks locations to grab one of the few cups the stores received. While most stores are sold out, is there hope for more pink and gold cups? Here's what we know about a possible summer Starbucks Stanley restock.  

Will there be a summer Starbucks Stanley restock?

The summer Stanely Quencher, which retails for $54.95, is not likely to reappear in Starbucks stores. Past collaborative releases did not get an official restock in the coffee chain locations.

If you're truly looking to score a cup, you can call your local store to inquire if they have any remaining cups. Additionally, resellers on eBay, Mercari, and beyond are posting cups online for around $100. 

What other cups did Starbucks release for summer?

The brand is offering a new Light Blue Swirl Cold Cup and keychain. The cup comes in 24-ounce ($22.95) and 16-ounce ($19.95) sizes. Additionally, the 24-ounce Light Green Jeweled Cold Cup is on shelves for $29.95 as well as the 24-ounce Pastel Blue Vacuum Seal Cold Cup for the same price. 

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Plus, two new hot and cold tumblers just hit stores for summer including the 24-ounce Canna Lily Butterfly Hot & Cold Cup ($27.95) and the 24-ounce Lilac Drink Thru Tumbler ($24.95).

Finally, you can snag two new water bottle variants—the 20-ounce Gray Twist-to-Sip Water Bottle ($32.95) and the 24-ounce Lime Green Collapsible Water Bottle for $12.95. This little bottle will be *so* handy for all of your music festival weekends and hiking days.