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National Coffee Day: Dunkin', Starbucks and more offering deals today

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Posted at 7:33 AM, Sep 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-29 10:10:46-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Today is National Coffee Day and several businesses are celebrating!

Dunkin' is giving out a free hot or iced coffee with a purchase. Starbucks is offering its rewards members five days of freebies. Customers who order through Uber Eats can also get 25% when ordering hot coffee before 11 a.m. That offer runs through Sept. 30.

Check out more deals below:

  • Barnes & Noble: Nothing beats a good book and a cup of coffee on a brisk fall day. Get $2 off a cup of Starbucks coffee at the bookstore cafes through Sept. 30.
  • Baskin Robbins: If you like your coffee with ice cream, you can get the chain's Capuccino Blast for a special promotional price through the end of September.
  • Circle K: Anyone with the convenience chain's app can score a free hot or iced coffee Tuesday at participating stores.
  • Instacart: Users of the grocery delivery app can score a $5 savings or free delivery when spending $22 on Maxwell House and Gevalia Products through Nov. 1. Users can also get $1.50 off select Eight O'Clock Coffee products through the end of the year.
  • Jack in the Box: The fast-food chain is giving away a free regular hot or iced coffee with any purchase through its app through Oct. 1.
  • Krispy Kreme: Nothing pairs with coffee like a donut and the chain is giving away both on Tuesday. Participating locations are giving away free coffee to all customers — no purchase necessary — on Tuesday, and rewards members can also score a free donut.

  • Kwik Trip: Kwik Rewards members will receive a digital coupon for a free 12 oz. Karuba coffee and free belVita breakfast biscuits on Tuesday.
  • Peet's Coffee: Homebrewers can get 25% off Peet's coffee beans online and in the chain's coffee bars between Sept. 27 and Sept. 29.
Fun fact? Coffee beans are grown in more than 50 countries and Brazil is the world's top coffee producer.