National Coffee Day: FREEBIES, Coupons, and More

Celebrate National Coffee Day with FREEBIES, Coupons and savings! National Coffee Day is on September 29th, 2014 and is a day coffee drinkers love. ūüėČ Besides the freebies and coupons below, you can also check with your local coffee shops to see if the are offering any special deals on National Coffee day.

National Coffee Day FREEBIES and Coupons

  • Caribou Coffee is offering Free Tastings of Amy’s Blend on September 29th!
  • Tim Horton’s is offering a $1.00 Medium Coffee¬†through September 29th!
  • Krispy Kreme is offering FREE 12oz Coffee¬†on September 29th, at participating locations!
  • Mcdonald’s is offering FREE McCafe Coffee¬†during Breakfast Hours through September 29th, at participating locations!
  • Starbucks¬†is offering FREE 12oz Coffee on September 29th!
  • Dunkin Donuts is offering a FREE Small Coffee¬†on September 29th!
  • Kangaroo Express is offering $0.01 Coffee from 6AM-10AM on September 29th!
  • Peet’s Coffee is offering Free Samples all day as well as BOGO FREE Drinks on September 29th only!
  • Wawa is offering a Coupon for a FREE Cup of Coffee on September 29th!
  • LaMar’s Donuts is offering a FREE 12oz Cup of Coffee on September 29th!

$1.50 off any 10 or 16 ct. Starbucks K-Cup Packs

$2.00 off two Starbucks Packaged Coffee products

$1.50 off ONE (1) Starbucks VIA Instant Beverage

Save $2.00 Off (1) Melitta Café de Europa Single Serve Coffee


¬†If nothing else, take a Fika Break! :) Fika is the Swedish tradition of taking a break¬†during the day to indulge in the pleasures of¬†life. Doesn’t that sound fabulous?! The fantastic fika break usually always involves coffee, like¬†Gevalia from

Kraft Foods, and sweet snacks.

This is a popular trend dating back to the 1700s and fika is a way of life in Sweden. I had no idea the Swedes drink more coffee than anywhere else in the world. Did you? Here are some fun fika tidbits:

  • Fika can be used as both a noun and a verb¬†‚Äď Den svenska √§lskar fika! (The Swedish love¬†fika!); L√•t oss fika! (Let‚Äôs fika!)
  • ‚ÄĘ Swedes generally take a fika break in the midmorning,¬†around 10 a.m., and mid-afternoon,¬†around 3 p.m. Sound perfect to me!
  • You can fika by yourself but ‚Äúfika-ing‚ÄĚ together¬†is so much more fun. Why not¬†ditch the ‚Äúto go‚ÄĚ cup¬†of coffee, grab a friend and stay awhile.


  1. Liza says

    I love that you included some Swddish phrases. Fika is something we do pretty much every day in Sweden, especially at work. “Den svenska √§lskar fika” is not quite right. You can say “svenskarna √§lskar att fika” or “svenskar √§lskar fika.” :)

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