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Where to snag a free coffee for National Coffee Day


Convenience stores across the United States will keep customers fueled as they celebrate National Coffee Day on Friday, Sept. 29.

Several businesses are celebrating by offering free or discounted coffee.

Now you're ready. Go forth and make the most of National Coffee Day!

Dunn Brothers - 50 cents off brewed coffee; also 20% off one pound of coffee beans through October 1.

Neither of those places where you get your fix in the morning?

Wawa: stores nationwide will give customers one free coffee in any size, to celebrate on Friday.

Get a free 12-ounce cup of Death Wish Coffee.

Dunkin' Donuts: Get a free medium-sized hot coffee with the purchase of a medium, large or extra large cup of hot coffee. (The freebie is just limited to one per customer per day.) Although, if you can make it in and out of a Krispy Kreme without purchasing one of their hot glazed donuts, you're a stronger woman than we are. There are a couple restrictions with their offer.

Krispy Kreme: Free any sized hot or small iced coffee from Friday until Sunday.

Wawa: Stop in for a FREE cup of coffee (any size).

Customers will receive one free small brewed coffee with any food purchase from the Scooter's Coffee app. Access the free drink in the "Offers" section.

It's not like you're going to walk into Hotbox Roasters and not get a doughnut, right? Get a free can of High Brew Cold Brew Coffee with any Lyft ride on Friday. The cities where riders will be caffeinated include: Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Philadelphia.

If you're spending Friday heading out on a weekend road trip, you can fuel up your vehicle and your caffeine reserves at Love's. You can also get the deal on bags of beans, online with promo code coffeeday17.

Oklahoma City-based Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores said sales from all 24-ounce hot beverages at its Love's Travel Stops on September 29 will benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals).

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