Living on the Cheap
While the history of National Coffee Day (Saturday, Sept. 29) is unclear, here's what isn't: Thanks to this caffeine-laden holiday, you can find discounted and free coffee offers all across this great land of ours.
McDonald's got a head start on National Coffee Day by declaring National Coffee Week and offering a free small coffee every day, starting Sept. 23
Einstein Bros. Bagels locations are celebrating all things coffee all week
7-Eleven: This convenience store chain is calling Friday, Sept. 28, CofFREE Day.
At Caribou Coffee, your free cup of Amy's Blend is limited to the small size.
The Kangaroo Express convenience store chain -- it's in 13 Southern states -- will sell its Bean Street brand of coffee for a penny on National Coffee Day.
Krispy Kreme: Just show up on Saturday, Sept. 29, and you'll get a free 12-ounce cup of coffee
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Like most people I like to get free things and coffee is no exception.
Thanks for the heads up! I drink coffee all day and it looks like I'll be doing it for free!
I'm a coffee lover, but am a bit "picky" about the kind I drink. Since learning to love it as a child, I drink nothing but a New Orleans style coffee-and-chicory blend. I don't know of any coffee houses or restaurants that serve it here, and you even have to look for it in New Orleans unless you go to Cafe du Monde at the French Market.
I'll just drink an extra mugful or two of my favorite coffee on Saturday!
This is great...I knew about the coffee at McD's I've stopped by there three times so far this week. If I don't get out in the a.m. I stop in the afternoon or eve and save it for the following morning.
by marek504 7 years ago
Happy National Coffee Day! What is your favorite coffee or brand?
by harmony155 5 years ago
Where were you on sept 11, 2001?
by Tess Deleon 6 years ago
Where and what were you doing the day Sept. 11 happened? How old were you?
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