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National Coffee Day!: Freebies at Dunkin, McDonalds and More

National Coffee Day!: Freebies for Customers at Dunkin Donuts, McDonalds

Today is National Coffee Day, and java joints all over the country will be celebrating by offering free coffee to their customers for a limited amount of time. Teachers are among the top ten professionals who drink the most coffee, so EducationWorld thought these deals would be of interest to our readers. (These deals apply to all customers.)

At Krispy Kreme, customers can receive a free 12 oz cup of coffee, according to its website.

"Ahh...enjoy the aroma of it all," the site's homepage said. "You deserve it, you've earned it. Locate your coffee break retreat and you'll be on your way to a treat brewed for you." For $1 customers can also get a mocha, latte, or iced coffee. 

Dunkin Donuts is also providing its customers a free medium Hot Dark Roast Coffee, according to its website.

"National Coffee day is here," the homepage said. "On 9/29, get a free medium Hot Dark Roast Coffee in honor of America's favorite holiday." 

The site said, "participation may vary. Limit one per customer." It offers customers the chance to see which local shops offer the deal. 

McDonalds is also offering a special, customers can get a free cup of any small coffee for free, said its website. 

Starbucks is also joining the bandwagon, where customers can get a free taste of its Anniversary Blend. The sample is only available until noon, its article said. 

Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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