Published: Sat, September 30, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Celebrate Interanational Coffee Day with some deals

Celebrate Interanational Coffee Day with some deals

Coffee and longevity: Will drinking coffee lead to a longer life? And Dunkin Donuts, which used to give you free coffee but has steadily been changing its levels of generosity, will give you a free medium hot coffee only after you've already purchased a medium or larger hot coffee.

On Friday, places like Wawa, Dunkin' Donuts, QuickChek and more will be dishing out free coffee to their loyal customers. Get 25 percent off fresh beans.

Krispy Kreme: Krispy Kreme is celebrating National Coffee Day for three days.

McDonald's: Get a small McCafe' drink for $2 at participating locations Friday, Sept 29.

Caribou - Free medium beverage for signing up with Caribou Perks. Customers should use the code CELEBRATE when purchasing. In honor of National Coffee Day and the first real signs of fall, here's where to get your fix for cheap around the country today, September 29.

Cinnabon - One free 12 oz. coffee at Cinnabon Bakeries.

Customers will receive one free 16-ounce Karuba Coffee with any additional purchase.

Peet's Coffee: Oh, for Peet's sake, just grab a bag of beans! Or, if you're in North Carolina, congrats - you have a better option than brewed coffee: The chain collaborated with Catawba Brewing Company on a brown ale made with pumpkin-flavored cold brew. The participating cities are Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, L.A., Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Philly.

The chain also partnered with Timehop, an app that helps people see memories on their smartphones via old photos, to urge users to share coffee with a friend.

The Happy Cappuccino in Schenectady is offering a deal: Buy one small iced or hot Happy Cappy, and get a second free on Friday.

Whole Foods - The store will donate one dollar to the Whole Planet Foundation for every drip coffee sold on Friday. 1, the coffee-and-doughnuts chain is offering free coffee at participating locations all over the US and Canada.

Since the 2000, Wawa has served more than 1 billion cups of coffee. The company is also bringing back its Free Coffee Friday's, where starting October 13, customers can get a free cup of coffee every Friday, no coupon required. There will also be coffee talks and musical acts throughout the day. Free coffee location hints will be shared at and

If you hit up 7-Eleven, its free coffee promotion will last through Sunday, Oct 1. According to the offer's fine print, the account needs to be activated with a minimum of $10 loaded.

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