I don't know about you, but I can't start my day without a cup of coffee...or three. Well, since today is National Coffee Day, we celebrate the magical elixir that is coffee. Some of your favorite places, including Burger King, Dunkin’, Krispy Kreme, Panera, Peet’s, and Tim Hortons are offering free coffee and or/deals.
Not all places are offering up deals, notably Starbucks. BUT, here are some of the places offering free or discounted coffee:
Barnes & Noble
The brick-and-mortar book giant is offering a free tall hot or iced coffee with the purchase of any baked item from any of their in-store cafes.
Royal Perks members can grab a free small iced coffee with a purchase of a dollar or more from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the BK app or on bk.com each weekday this week.
One of America's largest coffee chains is keeping things simple: DD Perks members can get a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase.
Dutch Bros is offering something potentially more valuable than a free cup of coffee: a free year's worth of coffee. Today, Dutch Rewards customers can scan their Dutch Pass at any of the chain's 600-plus locations to be entered for a chance to win
The doughnut chain will be giving away both coffee and doughnuts. All customers can receive a free iced or hot brewed coffee, no purchase necessary. But if you are a Krispy Kreme Rewards member, you can also score a free doughnut of your choice, again, no purchase necessary.
The St. Louis-based chain is hoping National Coffee Day will lure customers in for the long haul. On September 29, new subscribers to their Unlimited Sip Club — which offers unlimited coffee and other drinks for $10.99 per month — will get their first two months free. Meanwhile, existing Sip Club members will receive $2 off a single select barista beverage or smoothie through the Panera app.
Customers can get a free small drip coffee with any purchase in-store.
Want something thicker for National Coffee Day? The smoothie chain is offering 20-ounce espresso or Cold Brew blended smoothies for $5 if you order before 11 a.m.
Food & Wine has a complete list.