By Nathan Vicar
(WYCD) — You’re going to want to perk up for this news.
This Friday, Sept. 29, is National Coffee Day.
To celebrate, several places are running some pretty sweet deals.
Caution: These deals are hot.
At participating locations, get a free modifier Friday. Choose from whipped cream, an extra shot of espresso, added flavor and other options.
The bakery is offering customers a free 12-ounce cup of Coffee. It will pair nicely with a delicious cinnamon roll.
America runs on Dunkin’, but you will want to run to Dunkin’ Friday. Customers who buy a medium or larger cup of hot coffee will get a free medium cup on the house.
Between Friday, Sept. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 1, get 20 percent off all K-Cup pods on their Keurig’s website when you enter the promo code “CELEBRATE” at checkout.
National Coffee Day will turn into National Coffee Weekend at Krispy Kreme. From Sept. 29 until Oct. 1, customers can head to Krispy Kreme to score a hot coffee in any size as well as a small iced coffee at participating locations across the U.S. and Canada.
For a limited time, get a small specialty coffee for $2 at participating locations. Also, there are coupons for a free medium McCafé with any purchase in the McDonald’s smartphone app.
On the road? Get a free small cup of Pilot Coffee, cappuccino or small hot tea by showing a coupon from http://pilotcoffee.pilotflyingj.com or on Pilot Flying J’s Facebook page. The coupon can be shown on a smartphone or printed. Limit one per customer.
7-Eleven is also extending deals all into the weekend, but there’s a small catch. From Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, 7Rewards members can receive one free coffee per day.
As part of a week-long promotion starting on Sept. 29 and ending on Oct. 8, customers at participating Tim Hortons locations can receive a free Original Blend, Dark Roast, Decaf or Iced Coffee of any size by downloading the chain’s free app.
While they do not have a National Coffee Day deal, the store throughout the weekend will feature information with customers about how their coffee purchases have made a difference and the company’s commitment to ethical and sustainably sourced coffee.