Want an iced coffee from Starbucks? It'll cost you a bit more.
The company told CNBC that on Nov. 10 select cold beverages and bakery items saw a price increase of between 10 cents and 30 cents.
"We expect the average customer ticket to increase by about 0.5 percent as a result of these beverage adjustments," a Starbucks spokeswoman told CNBC. "Approximately 90 percent of beverages have not changed price. For example hot brewed coffee, espresso, tea or prepared items were not impacted."
Twitter users have taken to the social media platform to complain about increased prices for their favorite drinks.
This isn't the first price hike of the year. The company bumped the cost of its beverages by as much as 30 cents back in July.
"We continually evaluate pricing on a product-by-product and market-by-market basis in our stores in order to balance our business needs while continuing to provide value to our loyal customers and to attract new customers," Starbucks said.