If you’re like most people, you start your day with a cup of coffee! Tuesday 9/29 is National Coffee Day..not be confused with International Coffee Day that’s late this week! Check out this list of FREE or discounted coffee from RetailMeNot!
2020 National Coffee Day Deals and Freebies
All 7-Rewards members can get $1 any-size coffee on National Coffee Day!
Barnes & Noble
Get a free Starbucks tall, hot or iced coffee at Café stores only on September 29. Only valid at participating locations, and a purchase might be required in some instances.
Bonus: With RetailMeNot, you can get 1% cash back on online purchases sitewide
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
On September 29, get a free 16-ounce brewed coffee (hot or iced) when you purchase any food or bakery item (minimum $2 spend). The offer is valid all day and limited to one free coffee per guest.
Clio Coffee will give away fifty Clio Brewers, plus a month’s supply of coffee pods in honor of National Coffee Day.
Details: Inspired by traveling to Italy, this National Coffee Day Clio Coffee is bringing Italy to you! If you had a trip planned to the home of the espresso this year that you had to cancel due to COVID-19, Clio wants to make it up to you. To enter, just tag @ClioCoffee on Instagram and use the hashtag #MissedAmericano, sharing the details of your missed vacation. They will choose a lucky winner from each state to receive a free Clio Brewer and a month’s supply of Clio coffee pods, which together they brew irresistible tasting espresso and Americano quickly. Winners will be chosen at random and alerted via social on National Coffee Day! Starting now, open until September 29.
On September 29, Duck Donuts is offering a free hot or iced coffee (any size) with any purchase at participating locations. Get the details on their website.
This popular coffee spot is offering a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase. Plus, this year they’re doing something different and re-branding the holiday as their own National Dunkin’ Day!
If you can’t make it to Dunkin’ for a free coffee on National Dunkin’ Day, the brand is giving away 100 care packages on September 23. These include Dunkin’ ready-to-drink iced coffee, K-Cup pods, packaged coffee, Post Cereals made with Dunkin’ coffee, Dunkin’ Extra Extra Creamer Singles, tumblers, masks, stickers, temporary tattoos, tote bags, and other surprises! Here’s how to enter to win.
Eight O’Clock Coffee
This brand has been a leader in home-brewed coffee since 1859! In honor of National Coffee Day, Eight O’Clock Coffee is offering a free Keurig K- Duo Coffee Maker ($170 value) with coffee orders of $150 or more at eightoclock.com! The offer is good on orders placed beginning September 29, 2020 (while supplies last.)
From September 28 to September 29, goPuff users can have their favorite coffee and energy drinks delivered right to their doors in minutes for a flat $1.95 delivery fee. Below please find the energizing products and deals available:
- Starbucks Tripleshot Vanilla 15oz – 2/$5.50
- Chameleon Organic Dark Chocolate Oatmilk Coldbrew Latte 8oz – 2/$6
- La Colombe Cold Brew Columbian Light Roast Coffee 42oz. – By one, get the second for 50% off
- G.O.A.T. Fuel Pink Candy Energy Drink – 2/$5
- Monster Energy 16 oz – 2/$5
- Reign Strawberry Sublime 16oz – 2/$5
- JAVA Monster Loca Moca 15oz – 2/$5.50
On International Coffee Day, you can receive a free 12-ounce hot or iced coffee at GODIVA Café locations with any purchase. Plus, at GODIVA Boutiques and on GODIVA.com, coffee bags will be 30% off on 9/29.
Bonus: Get 1% cash back on online purchases sitewide with RetailMeNot
High Brew Coffee
At 2 p.m. in every time zone, High Brew Coffee will offer a limited number of free product coupons for digital download to use at local Kroger retailers nationwide. The coupon is good for one free can of 8 oz. High Brew up to $2.99. The coupon can be downloaded on the High Brew website or through their Instagram stories.
This deal is also available at the following stores: Baker’s, City Market, Dillons, Food 4 Less, Foods Co., Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Gerbes, Harris Teeter, King Soopers, Jay C Food Store, Pay-Less Super Markets, QFC, Ralphs and Smith’s Food and Drug.
Humblemaker Coffee Co.
This SoCal-based coffee shop is offering 50% off all coffee orders on humblemaker.coffee when you use the code COFFEEDAY50.
Starting now through September 29, all customers named Joe (even if it’s a nickname) can go to their website to complete the official entry form for a chance to be one of 29 winners who will be gifted a new K-Duo Coffee Maker, one Keurig Coffee Station and a one-year supply of their favorite K-Cup Pods.
On September 29, Krispy Kreme rewards members can pick up a free Original Glazed Doughnut and one free brewed coffee with no purchase necessary. Wow! Sign up today to join the rewards program for free.
Restock your at-home coffee supply, and get up to 20% off select coffee with Kroger SHIP! This deal starts September 23 and runs through October 6.
Coffee lovers looking to fuel up on National Coffee Day will be ecstatic with this free offering “espresso-ly” for them at participating MAPCO stores. On Tuesday, Sept. 29, all MAPCO GUESTS can enjoy one free 16 oz. cup of MAPCO Feel Good coffee. You need to sign up for their rewards program to get the deal!
Panera is kicking off National Coffee Day by expanding its Family Feast Meals to now include breakfast! New Breakfast Feasts are now rolling out to Panera cafes nationwide and are available in two varieties – Breakfast Sandwich Feast + Fresh Baked Goods Feast.
Plus, anyone who signs up for the MyPanera+ Coffee Subscription will receive free unlimited premium hot coffee, iced coffee, and hot tea for one month. After that, you’ll pay just $8.99/month. Sign up here to participate.
Pilot Flying J
Celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29 with a free cup of Pilot’s “best coffee on the interstate” using the Pilot Flying J app at participating travel center locations. Learn more about how to redeem the offer.
Participating Scooter’s Coffee locations will offer a free small hot brewed coffee to anyone visiting Scooter’s Coffee on September 29.
On September 29, get a free cold brew (any size and any flavor) when you order through the Sheetz app. Plus, get 5% cash back and 1% cash back for card members.
On September 29, get a free 16-ounce coffee from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. There’s a limit of one per customer.
What Is National Coffee Day?
As with many of these nontraditional holidays, the official history of National Coffee Day is unknown. Many say it was first observed in American in 2005. Around the world, Coffee Day hits on various days. Costa Rica toasts to it on September 12; the Irish celebrate it on September 19; and the Swiss on September 26. No matter where you live, though, the reason for the occasion is agreed upon: People are tipping their mugs to delicious fair trade coffee while also raising awareness for difficulties that coffee growers face.
On September 29, it has become tradition for coffee shops to offer free or discounted java. Many fans take to social media to express their espresso obsession, and you’ll likely see a plethora of e-cards and coupons being shared.
Fun Coffee Facts That Are Worth the Buzz
- A whopping 65% of coffee consumption takes places during breakfast hours; 60% of people say they need a cup of coffee to even start their day.
- A French doctor in the 1600s prescribed coffee au lait to his patients, inspiring people to add milk to coffee.
- Old legend indicates that a goat herder discovered coffee when he realized how the bean was making his goats react.
- Hawaii is the only state that commercially grows coffee; the U.S. imports the rest.
- New Yorkers drink approximately seven times more coffee than any other city in the U.S.
- Espresso has one-third of the caffeine in a regular cup of coffee.
- The coffeehouses in Constantinople were known as “houses of wisdom” because men would gather there to discuss arts and literature.
- Dark roasts have less caffeine than medium roasts because the longer the coffee is roasted, the more coffee burns off.
- The most expensive coffee beans come from the Asian civet, who eats the berry and then passes it through its digestive tract.
- According to the National Coffee Association, one in four U.S. households owns a single-serve coffee maker.
- The coffee maker was a top 10 purchased product through the holiday in 2015.