Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day, and in terms of fake food holidays, this one is actually pretty legit. I usually try to observe this important holiday every day with a Grande Blonde Roast at breakfast, but National Coffee Day gets you that cup of joe for less. 

Here are all of the National Coffee Day deals that you need to check out so that you can stay caffeinated for less. 

Dunkin' Donuts

It's BOGO at Dunkin', so for every medium hot coffee you buy, you get one free. So basically, you and a friend can run on Dunkin' for half off.


All small speciality coffees are on sale for $2 at McDonald's. If you have the McDonald's app, you can save even more with a free medium McCafé coupon. 

Peet's Coffee

Peet's is helping you bring your caffeine addiction with 25 percent off all beans. To make this deal even sweeter, Peet's is also giving you a free drip coffee or tea with any bean purchase.


All coffee, no matter the size, is free at Wawa this Friday. Yep, you read that right. Free!

Atlas Coffee Club

For the price of shipping ($3.95), you can get a free bag of Atlas Coffee. This is some high quality coffee (think beans from Colombia, Kenya, and Ethiopia), so def take advantage of this steal. It's bougie af. 

Krispy Kreme 

Krispy Kreme is celebrating this important holiday all weekend long, and you can go in once a day for your caffeine fix. They're offering once-daily, free hot brewed or small iced premium blend coffees from Friday to Sunday. 


If you prefer to make your coffee in the comfort of your own dorm room (aka don't want to be seen or spoken to before you drink some coffee), Keurig is offering some deals for you. Use the promo code "CELEBRATE" to get 20% all K-Cup pods from Keurig between Friday, Sept. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 1.

#SpoonTip: If you're trying to figure out which K-Cups to order, here's your definitive guide.   


Any 7Rewards member can get a free coffee from 7-Eleven from Friday to Sunday, and you still have time to sign up on the app. Seriously, download it rn. 


Previously, I have had a ride or die relationship with Uber (pun intended), but I'm considering making the switch because of Lyft's killer National Coffee Day promo. All riders in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Philadelphia get free High Brew Cold Brew Coffee on Friday, making the commute just a bit more manageable. 

Sadly, Starbucks is not getting involved in the deals this Friday, so it looks like I'm going to have to switch up my typical allegiance tomorrow. (This is also a subtweet at Starbucks— plz get your act together and give me discounted coffee on National Coffee Day).