Where To Get Free Coffee On National Coffee Day

Brittany Nims
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If you’re basically more coffee than human at this point, there’s good news (besides the fact that coffee is really, really good for you).

Where To Get Free Coffee On National Coffee Day

If you’re basically more coffee than human at this point, there’s good news (besides the fact that coffee is really, really good for you).

If you’re basically more coffee than human at this point, there’s good news (besides the fact that coffee is really, really good for you). 

Caffeine obsessives will come together this Friday, Sept. 29, to celebrate the most brewtiful of occasions: National Coffee Day. And, because free coffee tastes twice as nice, we’ve pulled together a list of places you can snag a free cup of joe to celebrate.

Check out all of the places you can snag a free or discount cup of coffee on National Coffee Day this year, and ride your caffeine high all day long. 

1. Krispy Kreme

Free next weekend? So is our coffee! Free coffee all weekend long. 9/29-10/1 (US/CAN) KrispyKreme.com/NationalCoffeeDay

A post shared by Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (@krispykreme) on Sep 21, 2017 at 8:03am PDT

Free coffee all weekend long ― from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1. Guests will receive one free any sized hot brewed or small iced premium blend per day. Check out the details

2. Dunkin Donuts

Buy one medium or larger hot coffee on National Coffee Day, getone medium hot coffee free.  

 3. McDonalds

on. Something biiiig is coming! Celebrate #NationalCoffeeDay on 9/29 with a $2 small #McCafe.

A post shared by McDonald's (@mcdonalds) on Sep 26, 2017 at 3:49pm PDT

Get a free medium McCafé drink with any purchase with the McDonald’s app. Or, on 9/29, celebrate with any McCafé for only $2.

 4. Cinnabon

Get a free 12 ounce coffee all day on Sept. 29. 

5. Wawa

Get a free cup of coffee ― any size! ― on Sept. 29. 

 6. Keurig

No free coffee here, but get 20 percent off all K-Cup pods on Keurig’s website from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 with the code CELEBRATE.

7. Birch Coffee

Let the sun shine in. #birchlovesyou #sunnysunday #sundayfunday #butfirstcoffee#lettherebelight

A post shared by Birch Coffee (@birchcoffee) on Sep 17, 2017 at 10:00am PDT

Pay what you please for a cup of Birch Coffee on Sept. 29. 

8. Tim Hortons

We're falling for our new Apple Pie Muffins. #FirstDayOfFall

A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Sep 22, 2017 at 6:07am PDT

Redeem a free coffee of any size at Tim Hortons from Sept. 29 to Oct. 8 by downloading the free Tim Hortons app

9. Lyft

Who says #snacktime has to be healthy? #betternotbitter #caseofthemondays #snackattack #dontjudge

A post shared by High Brew Coffee (@highbrewcoffee) on Sep 18, 2017 at 2:49pm PDT

On Sept. 29, receive a free can of High Brew Cold Brew Coffee when you ride with Lyft in any of the following cities: Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Philadelphia.

10. Pilot Flying J

We can’t help FALLING in love with ____. (Fill in the blank with your favorite fall coffee flavor!)

A post shared by Pilot Flying J (@pilotflyingj) on Sep 22, 2017 at 5:43am PDT

Redeem a free small cup of Pilot Coffee or another hot beverage, including tea and cappuccino, using this Pilot Flying J coupon.

11. Cumberland Farms

What are your favorite fall flavors to put in your Farmhouse Blend coffee?

A post shared by Cumberland Farms (@cumberlandfarms) on Sep 21, 2017 at 6:01am PDT

Get a free cup of coffee on Sept. 29 by texting FREECOFFEE to 64827. You’ll receive a mobile coupon that can be redeemed for a free Farmhouse Blend or Bold coffee in any size (hot or iced) ― or the choice of tea, cappuccino or hot chocolate. Customize your java with flavor shots ― including pumpkin, hazelnut, caramel or classic French vanilla ― at no additional cost.

12. Black Fox Coffee

Black Fox Coffee will be doing $2 Flat Whites all day as well as giving away espresso brownies. Plus, 4:30 p.m. they’ll be offering a free pour-over tutorial.

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