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Olivia Rodrigo sparks Stanley Cup chaos as her fans are FURIOUS that they can’t buy her special edition bottle due to site crash: ‘Why did this war happen!’

Olivia Rodrigo sparks Stanley Cup chaos as her fans are FURIOUS that they can’t buy her special edition bottle due to site crash: ‘Why did this war happen!’

By Jacqueline Lindenberg for Dailymail.Com

23:22 July 10, 2024, updated 23:30 July 10, 2024



Olivia Rodrigo caused further chaos around the Stanley Cup as her fans fumed that they were unable to purchase her special edition mug due to a website crash.

The 21-year-old Drivers License singer, who recently signed a university student’s dissertation during her concert in Lisbon, collaborated with Stanley to launch her $55 Good 4 U Quencher H2.0 Tumbler.

The bottle was named after their hit track of the same name, which appears on their 2021 album: Sour.

However, fans only had 24 hours to enter a prize draw to win up to two bottles per person, but some experienced various technical issues during the process on Tuesday.

Under the brand’s latest Instagram post promoting Rodrigo’s special mug, social media users flocked to the comments section to vent their frustration, with one writing: “Why did this war happen?”

Olivia Rodrigo, 21, caused further chaos around the Stanley Cup when her fans were furious because they could not buy her special edition mug because the website crashed
The Drivers License singer collaborated with Stanley to launch her Good 4 U Quencher H2.0 Tumbler; seen in Barcelona in June
Under the brand’s latest Instagram post promoting Rodrigo’s special mug, social media users flocked to the comments section to vent their frustration, with one writing: “Why was this a war?”

Another wrote: “What a joke, I’ve been trying to get on the list for two hours and all my credit cards are being declined. I’m done, I don’t even care anymore!”

One added: “It hurt when your card was blocked and you were a winner,” and another shared: “My credit card is not accepted,” followed by a crying face emoji.

“What’s going on with the card situation? Are they not taking my card?” asked one Instagram user in the comments.

“Literally the worst experience. I’ve never bought anything before so this is my first launch and of course I wasn’t chosen as the buyer… I wonder how many people were serious,” one fan typed.

Fans who wanted to enter the lottery and have a chance to be selected to purchase the limited edition mug had to sign up to a list through a website called EQL Launch, a third-party trading platform.

While some customers had difficulties, others praised the system. One wrote: “Honestly, the new EQL system didn’t really bother me, it was much less stressful.”

Another added: “You get mad when there’s a lottery, you get mad when the tickets sell out in seconds… how would you like to be that kind now?”

Others used a Facebook page to vent their feelings about the group called Stanley Obsession, according to The US Sun.

However, fans only had 24 hours to enter a lottery to win up to two bottles per person, but some experienced various technical issues during the process on Tuesday.
Another wrote: “What a joke, I’ve been trying to get on the list for two hours and all my credit cards are being declined. I’m done, I don’t even care anymore!”
One added: “It hurt when your card was blocked and YOU WERE A WINNER,” while another wrote: “My credit card is not accepted,” followed by a crying face emoji.
“Literally the worst experience, I’ve never bought anything before so this is my first launch and of course I wasn’t selected as a buyer… I wonder how many people actually did this,” one fan wrote.
While some customers had difficulties, others praised the system. One wrote: “Honestly, the new EQL system didn’t really bother me, it was much less stressful.”

“Has anyone else had trouble logging in?! The website wouldn’t let me in!” wrote one, while another shared, “It keeps saying there’s a problem processing my card. I’ve tried about six different ones.”

The Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U Quencher H2.0 Tumbler has a 40-ounce capacity and if selected in the lottery, customers will pay $55 per tumbler.

The lottery officially started on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. (PST)/12:00 p.m. (EST) – fans only had one day to enter.

The mug itself is a lavender hue with small star details in shades of silver, purple and red scattered across the top.

The product also comes with a purple lid and a reusable straw, according to the brand’s official website.

The special edition item was also described as: “A galaxy of purple and a splash of red to hold on to and fill with good times and bad ideas, right?”

“Purple is a rare pop of color throughout the Olivia Rodrigo collaboration. The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate cup features a clear Sour Grape lid and reusable straw for the first time.”

“The powder coating soaked in her favorite color serves as her canvas. The celestial art, studded with vampire red and silver stars, embodies the soft grunge essence of Guts,” the description concludes.

Another added: “Y’all get mad when there’s a lottery, y’all get mad when they sell out in seconds… what would y’all like to be so kind now?”
The Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U Quencher H2.0 Tumbler has a capacity of 40 ounces and if selected in the lottery, customers will pay $55 per cup
The mug itself is a lavender hue with small star-shaped details scattered across the top in shades of silver, purple and red.

The popularity of Stanley mugs caused a real hype at the beginning of the year: the bottles sold out in stores within minutes and the number of mugs that consumers could receive with their purchase was limited.

In addition to their recent Stanley Cup collaboration, Rodrigo has also been busy with her Guts World Tour.

She ended her European tour last month in Lisbon on June 23 and took a short break before starting her concerts in the USA.

The “Vampire” singer is expected to resume performing later this month on July 19 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

She will head to Asia later in September and the tour officially ends in Sydney on October 22nd.

A few months earlier, in May, Rodrigo officially announced additional dates for her tour stop in Australia.

She ended her European tour last month in Lisbon on June 23 and is now taking a short break before beginning concerts in the United States.
The vampire singer will continue his performances later this month on July 19 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia; he was seen in Palm Springs in February.

The Guts World Tour began earlier this year in February and supports their eponymous second studio album, released last year in September 2023.

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times at the end of December last year, the Vampire singer talked about her Guts World Tour.

At the time, Olivia revealed that the preparations for the concerts “really made me question my identity as an artist…”

“Because I love going to a big and grand show, but I’m also not the type of girl who gets into a dance routine. That’s not me. So I have to find a way to make it my own.”