Sunday is National Coffee Day: Here’s Where to Get Your Free Cup of Joe

By Paul Riegler on 28 September 2019
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Please pass the sugar.  Tomorrow, September 29, is National Coffee Day, a day that celebrates the rich, delicious hot (and sometimes iced) beverage that so many of us love to start the day with.

To celebrate, many coffee houses and businesses are offering customers free or discounted cups of coffee.

Here’s where to get yours.

Krispy Kreme. The nation’s oldest doughnut and coffee company – it was founded in 1937 – is offering customers a free cup of coffee and a free donut. Take that, coffee shops of the world!

Dunkin’ Donuts. Founded in 1950, one of the nation’s oldest major chains of coffeehouses is once again celebrating by offering a buy one get one free offer with the purchase of a coffee of any size.

Peets.  A San Francisco-based roaster founded in 1960 by Alfred Peet, Peet’s is offering 25% off all purchases of coffee beans as well as a free drip coffee with the purchase of coffee beans.

Wawa. The convenience store chain, which operates primarily in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida, is offering customers a free cup of coffee, any size, to celebrate, as long as you are a member of its loyalty program, Wawa Rewards, which is free to join.

7-Eleven.  The ubiquitous convenience chain is offering 7Rewards members any size cup of coffee for $1.

Caribou Coffee. The Minnesota-based company is offering a choice of a medium hot coffee for $1, a medium Cold Press Black for $2, or a Nitro Black for $3.

Starbucks.   The ubiquitous coffee house will donate 15 cents that will be equally distributed between the International Women’s Coffee Alliance and Days for Girls, two organizations that support empowering women for every cup of its Siren’s Blend coffee that it sells.

Sheetz.  The Pennsylvania-based chain, which also operates stores in Maryland, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia, will offer a free cold brew to customers placing their orders through the Sheetz app.

Silk.  The maker of plant-based beverages will reimburse coffee drinkers for any dairy-free coffee purchase up to $5 and until the company reimburses a total of $5,000. Simply send a PayPal payment request to and include the details of your dairy-free coffee order in the notes section.

Tim Hortons. On Saturday and Sunday, simply place an order through the chain’s mobile app and get a free reward that can later be redeemed for a choice of coffee, eligible beverages, or baked goods.

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