Every year caffeine connoisseurs band together, mugs in hand, for Sept. 29, National Coffee Day. Get your mug and march proud with these #NationalCoffeeDay deals.
Dunkin’ Donuts is serving up medium drip coffee for just 66 cents in honor of its 66th year in business.
“Dunkin’ Donuts’ coffee heritage, and the love people have for our coffee, goes back 66 years to 1950, something no other leading restaurant brand can match. Since then, our coffee has remained an important part of millions of guests’ daily lives, helping busy people start their morning and keep on running any time of day or night. For National Coffee Day in 2016, we say cheers to 66 years by making Dunkin’ Donuts’ signature hot coffee available on September 29 for only 66 cents for a medium-sized cup,” Dunkin’ Donuts Senior Vice President Chris Fuqua said in a press release.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
From noon until close on Sept. 29, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will be offering patrons one small (12 oz.) brewed coffee for just $1 at participating locations. Bonus: customers who download the Coffee Bean’s new mobile app will receive one free espresso shot.
Krispy Kreme is giving away coffee and doughnuts! Celebrate National Coffee Day with one 12-ounce cup of coffee and one free original glazed doughnut at Krispy Kreme.
— krispykreme (@krispykreme) September 24, 2016
Text FREECOFFEE to 64827 to receive a mobile coupon for a free hot or iced coffee from Cumberland Farms. And, if that wasn’t sweet enough, CF is bringing back “Free Coffee Fridays.” Beginning on Oct. 7 – and every other Friday throughout the month – coffee lovers can stop by any Cumberland Farms location and pick up one free cup of hot or iced coffee, in any size.
On Sept. 29, Starbucks will donate one free coffee tree to a coffee farmer in need for every cup of brewed Mexican Chiapas coffee sold.
“In just one year, the company has donated enough funds to plant 18 million rust-resistant coffee trees, 10 million of which have already been distributed this past Summer to farmers in need,” Starbucks said in a statement.
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
Peet’s Coffee & Tea will be giving away one free medium drip coffee when you purchase a select food item, including a Simply Oatmeal, any artisan baked good, or a Fresh Food item. The chain also plans to announce the top 10 finalists for its Ode to Coffee First – a video contest presented by Project Greenlight Digital Studios and Peet’s Coffee & Tea that spotlights our favorite Monday morning star, coffee. The winner will receive $10,000 and a year’s worth of Peet’s Coffee.
Caribou Coffee will donate one free cup of coffee to caregivers at hospitals and health facilities across the country whenever a customer purchases a cup of Amy’s Blend Coffee on National Coffee Day. All Amy’s Blend Coffee and merchandise sales support CancerCare.
— Caribou Coffee (@Caribou_Coffee) September 27, 2016
NYC coffee chain Birch Coffee will be offering free coffee from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Snap a selfie with a Bruegger’s coffee cup and post the photo on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook by Sept. 29, to be entered to win one of five Bruegger’s Bottomless Mugs – retail value $185.
Keurig is also getting in on the National Coffee Day fun. Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 2, Keurig will offer deals on select coffee drinks. Customers will receive 20 percent off Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup pods and 15 percent off other beverages like the Original Donut Shop and Green Mountain Coffee with the code GREENSAVINGS at checkout.
— Keurig (@Keurig) September 27, 2016
All upstate New York locations of Stewart’s Shops will be offering free hot and iced coffee from noon to close on Sept. 29.
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