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As if there wasn’t a National ____ Day for just about everything, here’s another: National Coffee Day.

Chances are, more people excited and willing to partake in enjoying this “holiday” than many of the other nationally recognized topics.

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Looking for a way to celebrate?

Check out these deals and freebies, which will be offered on Sept. 29:

Caribou Coffee

Caribou customers can get a complimentary medium brewed coffee with the purchase of 1lb of Amy’s Blend coffee, the sales of which will go to support CancerCare. The chain will also donate a free cup of coffee to caregivers at health facilities and hospitals across the country when people purchase a cup of Amy’s Blend coffee, according to USA Today.

Cumberland Farms

Cumberland Farms is offering a free hot or iced coffee of any size to those who text “FREECOFFEE” to 64827 on Sept. 29.

Dairy Queen

For DQ’s Hardest Working Happy Hour, customers can receive a small iced coffee for $1 or a small ultimate frappé for $2 between 2 and 5 p.m.

Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin’ Donuts customers can receive any medium-sized cup of the brand’s signature hot coffee for 66 cents at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide to mark the company’s 66 years in business.


Keurig will offer 20 percent off Green Mountain Coffee recyclable K-cup pods and 15 percent off other beverages, like the Original Donut Shop, with the code GREENSAVINGS at checkout online.

Krispy Kreme

Any guest who visits a participating shop on National Coffee Day will receive a free small coffee and a free Original Glazed doughnut.

Peet’s Coffee

Peet’s will give away a free medium-sized drip coffee with the purchase of any fresh food item at participating locations.

Pilot Flying J

Get one free small cup of Pilot coffee, tea or cappuccino using an online coupon.


Starbucks isn’t offering any deals, but for each cup of brewed Mexico Chiapas coffee sold at participating U.S. Starbucks stores on Thursday, the company will donate one rust-resistant coffee tree to Latin American coffee farmers in need.

Brianna Chambers, Cox Media Group National Content Desk |