These Chains Are Offering Free Coffee for National Coffee Day
Caffeine lovers may want to tweak their morning coffee routines on Friday, September 29: The date marks National Coffee Day, and finding a free cup of the drink will be easy as long as you know where to look.
Extra Crispy recently compiled a list of food and beverage companies celebrating the occasion with special coffee offers. One of the biggest chains participating is Dunkin’ Donuts. On September 29, customers who purchase a medium, large, or extra-large hot coffee can receive an extra medium hot coffee at no additional cost.
Tim Hortons is offering a deal of its own, but only at American stores. From Friday, September 29 to the following Friday on October 6, guests who download the Tim Hortons app are eligible for a free original blend, dark roast, decaf, or iced coffee at the size of their choice. Sheetz came up with a similar promotion to patrons who use the app, but the free drinks are limited to pumpkin pie lattes. At 7-Eleven, members of the chain’s 7Rewards program will qualify for a free cup of coffee from Friday, September 29 through Sunday, October 1.
There are also a few places distributing free coffee with no strings attached. At Krispy Kreme, customers have from Friday to Sunday to pick up their complimentary small iced coffee or hot coffee of any size just for walking in. Wawa will be handing out free coffee of any size all day Friday, and according to USA Today Cinnabon will do the same with 12-ounce coffees.
If you need an outlet for all that caffeine-fueled energy on Friday, why not take some time to learn about the beloved beverage. Here are some quick coffee facts to go with your free cups of java.
[h/t Extra Crispy]