Which Starbucks Get the Most Check-ins?

Ad Age's Exclusive Ranking of Retail Check-ins

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You might suspect that the caffeine-driven check-ins that keep Starbucks at the top of our weekly look at Foursquare check-ins come from the centers of coffee-drinking America like New York and Seattle. Indeed New York tops the list for raw check-ins (followed by Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago), but if you scale the check-ins based on population some surprising markets emerge. Leading the ranks of per-capita check-ins is Charlottesville, Va., followed by Washington, D.C., Austin and North Platte, Neb. We'll guess you didn't see that one coming.

(We're producing this exclusive chart with our editorial partner Trendrr, the real-time business intelligence tracking service created by New York digital agency Wiredset. This chart is updated each Monday morning and reflects the seven-day period ending Saturday night at midnight, Eastern Standard Time.)

1 Starbucks Starbucks 156,519 7%
2 McDonald's McDonald's 41,979 N/A
3 Target  Target 38,885 2%
4 Walmart Walmart 36,481 4%
5 Apple Apple 18,905 18%
6 Best Buy Best Buy 17,469 0%
7 Costco Costco 12,645 1%
8 Chipotle Chipotle 11,169 3%
9 Home Depot Home Depot 10,263 10%
10 Whole Foods Market Whole Foods Market 8,977 9%

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