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Japanese students play "Pokemon Go" in the street as its released in Tokyo, Friday, July 22, 2016. "Pokemon Go" is expected to be a huge hit in Japan, the country of the character's birth. Fans have been eagerly awaiting its release since it first came out more than two weeks ago in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, and then became a blockbuster hit in more than 20 countries. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Starbucks now makes a Pokemon GO-themed frappuccino, but you gotta catch it soon


No, really. Starbucks came out with a Pokémon Go Frappuccino.

It's a frozen raspberry and blackberry-flavored version of Starbucks' vanilla bean frapp.

 Order up!

The Pokémon GO frappuccino is only available for a limited time.

Coffee drinkers can go catch one at some 7,800 stores nationwide that are listed as Pokéstops or gyms.

The Pokemon GO gaming app became a phenomenon this summer. The initial craze for the augmented-reality game has died down a lot since then, but it's still a top gaming app.

Here's more info on how it works.


Will you buy one of these frapps?

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