Hey coffee lovers, there’s still time to grab a free or cheap coffee today at various restaurants in honor of National Coffee Day, which takes place every Sept. 29. Here are some places where you can score savings on your caffeine fix.
Whether you like your coffee black or creamy, hot or cold, basic or pumpkin spice, there is likely a chain near you offering up some savings today.
Dunkin’ Donuts: With America running on Dunkin,’ chances are there is a location in your neck of the woods. The chain is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal. Those who purchase a medium or larger hot coffee will get an extra medium coffee free of charge.
— Dunkin’ Donuts (@DunkinDonuts) September 26, 2017
Cinnabon: Those who stop at the shop known for its sticky cinnamon buns can pick up a free 12-ounce cup of coffee all day.
Krispy Kreme: The donut shop is celebrating National Coffee Day for three days. From Sept. 29 through Oct. 1, coffee drinkers can score either any size hot brew or a small premium iced coffee for free. Those who were hoping to pick up a pumpkin spice donut while there will be out of luck. The restaurant only offered the fall-flavored treat for one day this year, on Sept. 8.
— krispykreme (@krispykreme) September 29, 2017
Peet’s Coffee: While the chain isn’t giving away any freebies, lovers of their brew will score 25% off all coffee beans and a free drip coffee or tea with the purchase.
7-Eleven: Members of the 7Rewards app will get a coupon for one free coffee of any size. The coupon is redeemable Friday through Sunday.
Tim Hortons: Similar to Krispy Kreme, Tim Horton’s is extending the celebration – to an entire week. From Sept. 29 through Oct. 8, customers will score a free original blend, dark roast, decaf, or iced coffee or any size by downloading the Tim Hortons app. The offer is only valid at participating U.S. locations.
Wawa: In honor of National Coffee Day, Wawa is giving out free coffee of any size all day.
If you’ve noticed, one big coffee chain is conspicuously off the list: Starbucks. The coffee giant is handling the “holiday” differently in that all the menu boards will be replaced by signs describing the retailer’s ethical sourcing commitment and coffee farmer support.
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