National Coffee Day: FREEBIES, Coupons, and More


Celebrate National Coffee Day with FREEBIES, Coupons and savings! National Coffee Day is on September 29th, 2013 and is a day coffee drinkers love. ;) 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.

FREE Coffee at Restaurants and Coffee Shops

  • Tim Horton’s is offering a BOGO FREE Coffee when you wish a team member “Happy National Coffee Day” on September 29th!
  • Krispy Kreme is offering FREE 12oz Coffees all day on September 29th, at participating locations!
  • Mcdonald’s is offering FREE Cups of Premium Roast Coffee on September 29th, at participating locations!
  • Starbucks is offering FREE Ethiopia Blend Samples on September 29th!
  • Caribou Coffee is offer this coupon for a FREE Small Coffee on September 29th!
  • Dunkin Donuts is offering a FREE Small Coffee to customers via their mobile app on September 29th!
  • Sunoco is offering a FREE Small Coffee through September 27th! (Coupon) The coupon is only redeemable at APlus Sunoco locations and you can find the nearest location using the APlus Sunoco Locator. 

 

Coffe Coupons & Coffee FREEBIES

Amora Coffee

Coffee Deals you can grab with the coupons above!

CVS (Starts 9/22)
Maxwell House Pods 12ct $5.99
Print $1.00 off 1 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee Single Serve Cups 
Final Price: $4.99

Walgreens (Starts 9/22)
Maxwell Cafe Collection 12ct $5.99
Print $1.00 off 1 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee Single Serve Cups 
Final Price: $4.99

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 – Den svenska älskar fika! (The Swedish love fika!); Låt oss fika! (Let’s fika!)
  • • 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 “fika-ing” together is so much more fun. Why not ditch the “to go” cup of coffee, grab a friend and stay awhile.

 

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Comments

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

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