Honestly, I feel like every day is National Coffee Day because I drink at least two cups a day. But, the National Day Calendar specifically celebrates coffee on Sept. 29, so we will, too. On Sunday, here are a few place to score a cheap cup of java:
Whole Foods and High Brew
Grab a can of the Austin, Texas based cold brew exclusively at Whole Foods. On Sunday, click here to download a coupon. Flash it at the Whole Foods register and pop the top on a fresh can of cold brew.
Get a free cup of coffee and a free Original Glazed Doughnut on National Coffee Day at participating shops. Just know the limit is one free brewed coffee and Original Glazed Doughnut per person. Also, the store wants you to come in and try their limited Coffee Kreme filled doughnut before it’s gone.
The plant-based milk company wants to treat you to your coffee drink. But, you can’t forget the plant-based coffee creamer! Just send a PayPal request to firstname.lastname@example.org with the cost of your dairy-free coffee drink. Then, add your order as a note. It’s limited to one reimbursed order per person, up to $5.
The Louisiana local coffee shop is helping you celebrate the day, too. On National Coffee Day, stop in for a free 12 oz. cup of Viennese Blend hot coffee or cold brew. Yum!
The bookstore offers a free hot or iced tall coffee with the purchase of a bake-case item from the Barnes & Noble Cafe. Find locations here.
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Of course, check out your local coffee shops, too. Don’t leave out the “little” guys because they tend to have the best cups of joe. Even if they aren’t gifting you a free cup on Sunday, support your favorite coffee joint. Let’s all get caffeinated!