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Free coffee this weekend: Coffee lovers rejoice!

Paddy Hirsch Sep 27, 2013

I like coffee, I like tea. I like people who send free coffee offers to me.

Which makes me a big fan of  MrFreeStuff.com , which sent me a list of eight offers, good for National Coffee Day, this Sunday only:

Krispy Kreme – Get a free 12 ounce cup of coffee or pay $1 for a specialty drink, including their seasonal pumpkin spice latte. You can also enter to win a free large coffee everyday for a year.

Dunkin’ Donuts – Download the free Dunkin’ Donuts mobile app to get a free 10 ounce hot coffee or 16 ounce iced coffee. On Sept. 28 and Sept. 29, you can also purchase their 16 ounce packaged coffee for $5.99.

Starbucks – Get a free sample of Starbucks’ newest medium-blend coffee, Ethiopia. You can also get a free ceramic mug with purchase of a one-pound bag of coffee.

Peet’s Coffee & Tea – From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., get a free 12 ounce maple latte with any baked item order or purchase of Simply Oatmeal.

Wawa – Get a free 16 ounce coffee when you fill out a form on their Facebook page.

USA Coffee Company – Get a free 8 ounce bag of Union Roast coffee with any coffee order at USA Coffee Company’s website.

Tim Hortons – Tell the cashier “Happy National Coffee Day” when you buy one coffee, and get another coffee free (any size applies, according to their Facebook page).

Caribou Coffee – Details of Caribou Coffee’s National Coffee Day offer will be posted to their Facebook page sometime Sept. 28. According to sources, the offer will be a free small coffee.

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