Brightline is brewing up an exciting new membership program this month for riders who love their morning cups of joe.
The high-speed rail that connects Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach is introducing The Coffee & Tea Club, a $19-a-month service that includes complimentary refills on coffee and tea onboard the trains or at any Mary Mary location across stations.
Those who sign up will receive unlimited Lavazza coffee with flavor shots, cream and milk to customize each cup and unlimited tea beverages that include caffeinated and non-caffeinated options. A series of limited time flavor shots will be released each season, kicking off with pumpkin spice to celebrate the fall!
“It’s perfect for those who commute daily, those who are on a hybrid work schedule, and our weekend warriors who ride Saturdays and Sundays,” said Indiana Crilley, senior director of strategy, growth & loyalty at Brightline. “Through our Coffee & Tea Club we want to share that priceless feeling of realizing your coffee is already brewed and ready to go.”
Memberships, which come in the options of monthly, quarterly, or annual, also provide riders with a standard membership card and a reusable, welcome tumbler. If the design of the tumbler catches your eye, Brightline is working with local artists to commission seasonal and limited edition tumblers with this program. The artist behind the latest design is Fort Lauderdale-based Angelica Hoyos. Her hand-drawn illustrations are inspired by nature and the beauty we can all find within.
“The hand drawings on this tumbler have an unassuming intricacy symbolizing our adult self but at the same time they have a childlike simplicity to remind you that you still have an inner child,” said Angelica Hoyos. “The message is to nurture that child and be easy on them!”
The monthly membership begins at $19, which includes 20% off new tumbler releases. Quarterly memberships are $49 per quarter and annual memberships cost $99 per year, providing a savings of unlimited coffee and tea for as low as 30 cents per day. Click here to visit the Brightline website.