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Celebrate National Coffee Day 2021 (and Get Amazing Freebies!)

Morgan Keegan


The day dedicated to the world's favorite caffeinated beverage is fast approaching! National Coffee Day is coming up on September 29th, and we’re here to help you celebrate with gifts for coffee lovers, fun giveaways to enter, and of course, where to get free coffee!

Whether you decide to try a new recipe, send a fun gift, enter a contest, or find caffeinated freebies, you can hardly go wrong. Coffee is a delicious, popular, and versatile drink, and it deserves a fun holiday.


Here’s a list of some places you can get free coffee this year on National Coffee Day:

1. Krispy Kreme

This National Coffee Day, all guests will receive a free brewed coffee, with no purchase necessary. If you’re a reward member you’ll be able to grab a free brewed coffee and a free doughnut.

2. High Brew Coffee

On September 29 at 2PM in every time zone High Brew Coffee will be offering a limited number of free product coupons that can be used in named retail outlets. If you get a coupon, you’ll be able to go into one of the listed stores and redeem it for a free can of coffee!

3. Dunkin’

This year, Dunkin’ has decided to rename September 29th to National Dunkin’ Day. Pop in to your local Dunkin’ and receive free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase at their restaurants.

4. McDonalds

Using the app, you can score a $0.99 coffee!

5. Wawa

If you’re fortunate enough to have a Wawa close by, and are a rewards member, you can grab a free coffee on September 29th!

6. 7-Eleven

If you’re a 7Rewards loyalty member, you can stop by and get a coffee of any size for just $1 using the mobile app!

7. Barnes & Noble

Grab that new release you’ve been eyeing and get a coffee on the house!


Gifts for Coffee-Lovers

Looking for more coffee fun?

However you chose to celebrate this year, we hope it’s a great day full of fun, freebies, and coffee-loving friends!

Morgan Keegan is a Graphic Design Specialist and Content Creator for CollegiateParent. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, graduating with a degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, and Communications. She grew up in Bronx, NY and enjoys painting, hanging out with her three cats, and taking care of her many plants.

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