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09/26/13 01:26

Sunday is National Coffee Day celebrate this weekend with FREE caffeine!

McCafe Friday September 28th through Saturday September 29th McDonald’s is offering a free, small premium roast. No coupons are even needed! Just walk in and get your FREE coffee

FREE small coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts or Krispy Kreme on Sunday, 9/29.

Get a free small coffee or hot tea and Dunkin Doughnut – use this app and then look under “My offers”

APP for this appFree Coffee at Dunkin Doughnuts

Visit the Facebook page of Krispy Creame to get more information on what they are doing. So far they have announced that they will be giving away a FREE 12 oz coffee. They are also planning to offer discounts on some of their other coffee drinks like a 12oz mocha, latte, or iced coffee or Pumpkin Spice Latte, for just $1 on Sunday!

On Sunday, Download this coupon for National Coffee Day and take it to Caribou Coffee for a FREE small coffee. You can also download it to your phone

Caribou Coffee: Enjoy a complimentary small coffee of the day at participating Caribou Coffee stores. You’ll need to download and from Facebook, and bring it with you, or show it on your mobile device when placing your order

At Starbucks the are launching a new blend and will be offering free tasting. Find the closest Starbucks, HERE Also buy a one-pound bag that day will receive a complimentary Ethiopian-inspired commemorative ceramic cup, while supplies last.

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