updated - January 29, 2020 Wednesday EST
Various fast food chains join the celebration of National Coffee Day by offering free coffee on September 29, Monday.
McDonald's started a free coffee event on the 16th to be culminated on the 29th. Customers can enjoy a free small McCafé coffee in participating locations nationwide during breakfast hours. It's the second part of the two-week event held in March where the burger chain gave away millions of cups of coffee.
In an event posted on Facebook, Krispy Kreme invites everyone to join them in the celebration of the event. On Monday, they'll be serving free 12-ounce of House, Decaf, or Dark Roast coffee. Customers can also avail hot or iced Krispy Kreme mochas and lattes for only $1 as another promotion of the event, available in participating stores.
Dunkin' Donuts will also offer a cup of their Dark Roast coffee for free in participating restaurants as part of its marketing scheme. It's the latest brew of the doughnut and coffee retailer and the promo will also be available in international markets. After the National Coffee Day, the brand will offer the brew for only 99 cents from September 30 to October 5. There will also be discounts on packaged coffee in stores nationwide and online.
San Francisco-based Peet's Coffee & Tea joins the event with a limited offer of free coffee for every purchase of one beverage. They're holding a contest on their Facebook page in which one participant wins a year of free coffee from Peet's.
While other restaurants aren't offering free cups of coffee to their patrons, some brands are giving discounts and freebies.
For a penny, customers can buy a small cup of coffee at Kangaroo Express. Popular coffee retailer Starbucks provides the coupon code RMN25SEPT to use in Starbucks.com for any $25 or $100 purchases valid till Tuesday.
National Coffee Day is an annual celebration in the U.S., Australia, Canada, England, Ethiopia, Hungary, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden.
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