Here's where to get free coffee on International Coffee Day

Kelvin Reese
September 30, 2017

Wawa: No coupon is needed to get a free cup of coffee - any size - on Friday. Instead, participating cafés have removed their menu boards entirely today, and will use that space to lecture customers on "the role" of coffee farmers and humble-brag about the company's commitment to ethical and sustainably sourced coffee.

Some participating coffee-makers are asking for coupons, app downloads or BOGO deals. Visit the website ( ) and enter the code "CELEBRATE", at checkout. From Sept. 29th to October 1st, you can get any size hot coffee for free or any small iced premium coffee for free. Grocery store locations excluded. You'll make someone's day and you won't be in any more debt for it since you'll be getting yours for free.

Love's Travel Stops: All 24-ounce coffees and cappuccinos are $1 Friday and purchases will benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Limit one per customer. For those who like a little extra flavor in their pick-me-up beverage, customizable flavor shots - which include seasonal treats such as pumpkin - will be available at no additional cost. The restaurant only offered the fall-flavored treat for one day this year, on September 8. The company is also a founding member of the Sustainable Coffee Challenge, which is a coalition of industry and conservation leaders who are working to make coffee a sustainable agricultural product.

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The average drive-thru coffee business sells about 200 to 300 cups of espresso and coffee-based drinks daily.

Grounds and Hounds: Customers can get 20% off of their initial order or subscription using the code "BREW20" until October 1; free shipping with code "DeliverFree" until September 29; and a $10 gift card with orders over $45 using the code "CoffeeDay2017" until September 29. Use the code CELEBRATE to unlock the deal. Your local coffee shops may have their own promos to celebrate the day, but some big names are also taking part in the celebration. Java lovers will be gifted a 16-ounce, to-go cup of rich Press Coffee. The Oskar Blues coffee-and-doughnut outpost is giving away a free drip coffee with the purchase of a doughnut.

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