Deals: National Coffee Day 2018

Daniel Fowler
September 29, 2018

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Saturday is National Coffee Day and there are deals all over San Antonio if you're looking for a cup of fresh java.

But it's not just discounted and, in some cases, free coffee: some restaurants - like Krispy Kreme - are serving up food deals too. And, of course, coffee packs a punch, if you go for the caffeinated variety that is. Each deal is limited to one per customer.

Cinnabon: Get a free 12-ounce coffee at participating locations Saturday.

You can celebrate at Petite LouLou Crêperie in Virginia and DC with a free cup of coffee. The chain is also offering free coffee on Tuesdays through October 9.

And, for travelers in need of a caffeine buzz on a highway, Pilot Flying J locations out on the interstates will be delivering coupons for free coffee Friday September 28 or Saturday, September 29 through its myPilot app. In addition to offering a free drip coffee (any size) at all its cafés in Arizona, the brand will offer $2 off any latte drink for those who use the code NCD2018.

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Enjoy a free glazed doughnut with any coffee purchase.

Get one free, hot brewed coffee of any size.

7-Eleven: Buy a breakfast sandwich for at least $2 on Saturday or Sunday and get a free coffee.

McCafé: $1 any size coffee or buy a medium or large McCafé (excluding Hot Brewed and Iced Coffee) and get 1 for $0.01 - offers valid until September 30, only using the app.

There's only one small thing you have to do to get the coffee and, if you're smart, you've probably done it already.

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