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Psst: Heres Where to Get Free Stuff on National Coffee Day
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Have you heard the amazing news? September 29 is National Coffee Day. We’ve scoped out all the places where you can get your caffeine buzz on for free. You can thank us after your first (or second) cup.

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7-Eleven: 7Rewards members can score one free coffee of any size from September 29 to October 1. That’s three free cups, people. 7-eleven.com

Dunkin Donuts: All customers who purchase a medium coffee or larger get an additional medium cup for free. For a friend, right? dunkindonuts.com

Krispy Kreme: The doughnut chain is giving customers any size of hot coffee or a small iced coffee (flavored varieties included) at no cost. Bonus: This deal runs through the weekend. krispykreme.com

McDonald’s: OK, so it’s not free…but the Golden Arches is offering small cups of their newest espresso beverages (Americano, caramel macchiato and cappuccino) for $2. mcdonalds.com

Peet’s Coffee: Buy any bag of blended beans (at 25 percent off) and you’ll get a medium hot coffee for free. You can also use the offer code COFFEEDAY17 online for 25 percent off beans. peets.com 

Keurig: The online store is offering 20 percent off all coffee pods through October 1 with the code CELEBRATE. keurig.com

Tim Hortons: The chain is offering a free coffee (original blend, dark roast, decaf or iced) to any U.S. customer who downloads the company’s app. (Oh, and it’s happening through October 6.) timhortons.com

Cinnabon: Cinnabon will be giving out free 12-ounce coffees all day on September 29. Perfect for washing down your giant cinnamon roll. cinnabon.com

Wawa: The convenience-store chain is keeping it simple: Free coffee, any size, all day. Bless. wawa.com

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