Thursday is National Coffee Day: Here’s Where to Get Your Free Brew

By Paul Riegler on 28 September 2022
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Please pass the milk and sugar.  Tomorrow, September 29, is National Coffee Day, a day that celebrates the rich, delicious hot (and sometimes iced) beverage that so many of people across the globe love to start and sometimes finish 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.

Caribou Coffee. The Minnesota-based company is offering members of its Caribou Perks loyalty program a $3 medium handcrafted beverage.

Dunkin’ Donuts. Founded in 1950, one of the nation’s oldest major chains of coffeehouses is celebrating byoffering a free medium size hot or iced coffee with any purchase.

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

McDonald’s.  The burger chain known for saying “you deserve a break today” is offering customers a $1 hot or iced coffee via the app through the remainder of 2022.

Peets.  A San Francisco-based roaster founded in 1960 by Alfred Peet, Peet’s is offering 20% off all online purchases as well as a free small drip coffee with any purchase in a store.

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 making a purchase through the Sheetz app.

Starbucks.   The ubiquitous coffee house is, without a trace of irony, not celebrating National Coffee Day this year.

Tim Hortons. The Canadian coffee house chain is offering a $0.25 medium hot or iced cup of coffee as long as it’s ordered via the Tim Horton app.

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 at no charge with the purchase of any bakery purchase.

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