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Oren’s Now Has Swipe Cards

Ladies and gentlemen, the future is here.  Oren’s Daily Roast, the coffee shop that is so much better than Starbucks, I mean why would you ever drink Starbucks, has entered the modern age.  Instead of their old stamp cards, they now have plastic swipe cards.

Behold.  Behold the bi-chromatic design, the name stamped boldly across the top, the simple-yet-elegant layout and the central logo we all recognize.  This is something you want in your wallet.

Now when will Oren’s start taking Flex?

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4 Comments

  • java addict says:

    @java addict so what do i do with my old card? are the “stamps” transferrable???

  • privacy shmivacy says:

    @privacy shmivacy scan my fingerprint, please. my wallet is full.

  • secret barista says:

    @secret barista keep using your old cards, folks, we are still taking them.

    i imagine it will be a lot easier for everyone.

  • HEY says:

    @HEY REFERENCE ROOM SPOTTED!

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