Tomorrow is National Coffee Day. What does that mean? It means that you need to prepare, grab your reusable Starbucks cup or your favorite thermos, and get ready for some serious caffeine intake. This is because Sunday, September 29, 2013, you can get free coffee from some of your favorite chains all over the country.
If you are a Starbucks addict, then you’ve probably seen the signs, fliers, and gotten email updates on their newest, medium-blend coffee “Ethiopia.” Get a free sample while it lasts. Also, buy a pound of beans and you’ll get a free ceramic mug with the purchase.
DD is running promotions all weekend long (even right now) so you’d best warm up the car. Download the Dunkin’ Mobile® App and navigate to the “My Offers” tab to claim your free hot or iced coffee and get your Dunkin’ on.
For this one, all Tim Hortons asks is that you greet the cashier with “Happy National Coffee Day!” to take advantage of their not free, but BOGO deal.
APlus at Sunoco
These guys aren’t fooling around with measly samples and small coffees. Get a free 16-ounce coffee from any location both today and tomorrow. Score the deal on their Facebook page.
Yes, they’re giving out free small coffees but unlike most others, you can play the big spender and get a mocha, latte, or iced coffee for the $1 in change you’ll find in your center console. Go on, take a look. We bet you a free coffee that it’s in there.
Computer, coffee, hot. In a cup this time!. ~Star Trek: Voyager
While standing in line, or sitting in the drive-thru, navigate to the coupon on Caribou’s Facebook page with your smartphone. When you get to the cashier, show her your screen and nab that free coffee like a celebrity!
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
Since so many of Caribou Coffee’s stores have closed, many Peet’s have opened up in their place. During a small opening on Sunday between 10 AM and 2 PM, buy a bakery item or a cup of oatmeal and get a free maple latte with this coupon.
If you’re a coffee addict, tomorrow is the day the universe set aside for you to feed your addiction. Take advantage of it!
Brenda Harjala is a personal finance writer at SuperMoney. She specializes in personal finance topics such as budgeting, debt settlement and money management. Brenda has a B.A. in Scientific and Technical Communication from Michigan Technical University.