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If you're from Texas, you know how important it is to never leave home without your tumbler. More specifically, your YETI. This state is hotter than a bag of Lay's Kettle Cooked Jalapeño chips, so if you don't have an ice-cold drink in your cup holder, you're going to be running errands wishing you had a fresh bottle of water. To keep things as Texan as possible, take this Whataburger YETI tumbler everywhere you go.
Here in Texas, we love the YETI brand. We buy YETI coolers and drink cups from them to keep our water (and sweet tea) as cold as possible. I can't think of a more perfect cup than a Whataburger YETI Tumbler for Texans. These cups are too cute! They have the exact style of the Whataburger fast food styrofoam cups.
If you've been on the hunt for new YETI Rambler drinkware, you'll be glad we found this stainless steel tumbler for you. A customer is blown away by its high-quality, double-wall vacuum insulated design. He put a Whataburger cup and the YETI cup side by side and said that the stickers are identical.
Check out this custom Whataburger YETI Rambler review from a former Corpus Christi, Texas resident.
I love his enthusiasm for Whataburger and Texas! Mase is looking forward to pouring a big cup of Big Red soda into his new YETI 30z tumbler. Of course, he mentioned that his Big Red is coming from San Antonio, Texas.
We love to see it! As someone who can't go a week without a Whataburger and a Dr. Pepper, I can see myself making good use of this insulated tumbler. I wonder if a Whataburger restaurant would let me fill this travel mug up at the soda fountain instead of using a styrofoam cup.
Be sure also to check out Whataburger spicy ketchup YETIs. Adding the Whataburger spicy decal to your wishlist is a great gift idea for someone else or yourself. The 20-oz stainless steel vacuum insulated lowballs are a true Texas coffee mug too.
This post was originally published on March 2, 2020.