Come on out this Saturday for National Coffee Day – Sept 29 and enjoy free coffee, freebies and deals all day long. If you are like us, you’ll love that on Saturday Sept 29th, you can head out in the Chicago area and all over the USA and get some FREE COFFEE on National Coffee Day – Sept 29. Check out the local freebies and discounts. Here’s what’s we have found so far:
Starbucks does not have any National Coffee Day deals listed on its website (we are sad!).
Peet’s Coffee: This Saturday, customers can get 25% off one pound of beans and a drip coffee or tea for free at participating Peet’s Coffeebars. They can also get 25% off all regular one pound bean purchases made online. Just use the code “COFFEEDAY18” at checkout to take advantages of the savings.
McDonald’s – McDonald’s has multiple coffee offers on the McDonald’s app:
- Get any hot brewed or iced coffee (any size), for only $1 each day through 12/30/18 when you use the coupon in their app.
- Buy one Medium or Large McCafe, get one for 1 penny when you use the coupon on their app. Offer is valid each day through 9/30/18.
- Through September 29, get a free hot or iced coffee with the purchase of any breakfast sandwich using the coupon on the McDonald’s app.
- Barnes & Noble Cafés: Cafés inside Barnes & Noble locations across the country will be offering a free cup of tall, freshly-brewed hot or iced coffee on National Coffee Day.
- Caribou Coffee: On Saturday, September 29, Caribou Coffee is offering a free coffee of the day in any size to guests who buy any food item. That includes the entire lineup of bagels, sandwiches, and bakery items at Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros. Bagels locations nationwide.
- Cinnabon – Cinnabon is celebrating National Coffee Day on Sept. 29 by offering a FREE 12 oz hot coffee at participating Cinnabon bakeries! No purchase is necessary.
- Circle K – On Saturday, 9/29, with the Circle K app you can get a FREE 16 oz coffee and Belvita breakfast biscuit (while supplies last). And, now through October 2 all 16 oz coffees are just 50¢.
- Corner Bakery Café: In honor of National Coffee Day, Corner Bakery Café locations nationwide are offering a free hand-roasted coffee or cold brew of any size with any purchase on both Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29.
- Cumberland Farms: Celebrate National Coffee Day at Cumberland Farm with a free hot or iced coffee in any size by texting FREECOFFEE to 64827. You’ll receive a mobile coupon, which will get you a free Farmhouse coffee, tea, cappuccino, or hot chocolate
- Dunkin’ Donuts– On September 29, buy any size Hot Coffee and get one FREE, The free coffee will be of equal or lesser value. This offer begins when your local DD store opens. Valid at participating Dunkin’ Donuts. See the details on their Facebook page.
- Einstein Bros. Bagels – At any Einstein Bros. Bagels location that has integrated with Caribou Coffee, customers can enjoy one free cup of coffee, the chain said in a press release.
- Krispy Kreme– Sip on a FREE Krispy Kreme coffee (any size) — no purchase necessary. To sweeten the deal, Krispy Kreme Rewards members also receive the extra perk of a FREE doughnut.
- Pilot Flying J — Are you traveling on Saturday? Pilot Flying J is offering customers a free cup of Pilot coffee (any size) Sept. 28-29 through the myPilot app! The offer includes their new cold brew and limited-time offer Pumpkin Caramel Macchiato, and the new bean-to-cup coffee, which allows customers to brew a fresh cup of coffee on demand by selecting the coffee beans and watching the machine grind, brew and dispense it. To get this freebie, download (or open) the myPilot app from Sept. 28 through Sept. 29 to find a coupon in myOffers. First-time users receive an additional free drink of their choice when downloading the app. See the details on their website.
- Sprinkles: On Saturday, September 29, Sprinkles Cupcakes is giving away free High Brew Coffee. Visit one of the 20 Sprinkles stores where High Brew is sold to receive a free can with the purchase of one regular cupcake while supplies last.
HISTORY OF COFFEE
So, where did coffee come from and how did it become so popular? According to legend, a sixth-century Ethiopian goatherd named Kaldi discovered his goats frolicking from one coffee shrub to another. He realized the coffee berries had a stimulating effect, and he began to experiment with the seeds. A century later, brewed coffee emerged in Arabia and the popularity of coffee grew at an exponential rate.
Today, over 400 billion cups of coffee are consumed each year. It is a world commodity that is second only to oil. Don’t forget to take a coffee break (or two) to celebrate this historical and important beverage!