Happy National Coffee Day!

Seeing as this is the holiest day of the year, being that it is the day we celebrate the all-powerful beverage of coffee, it warrants a very special post. In celebration of this glorious day, let us purchase our favorite  brews, sit down at our desks or keyboards, and write till we need a refill! Then grab another cup and keep on going.

Because after all, Writers are the #4 most caffeinated occupation!

Here is a list of all the freebies you can get today thanks to Hip2Sip!

7-Eleven
Snag a FREE cup of medium coffee today only (9/29) from 7AM-11AM. Check out the 7-Eleven Facebook page for more information.

Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble Cafe is offering up a buy one beverage, get one FREE coupon, valid through 10/5.

Caribou Coffee
Buy 1 Drink and Get 1 Free (of equal or lesser value) with the coupon found here (can print coupon or show it on your mobile phone) today only (9/29). Not valid on bottled beverages. Click here for more information.

Kikkoman
Get FREE Kikkoman Pearl Organic Soymilk Coffee today only! Check out this post for more information.

Krispy Kreme
Snag a FREE 12 oz. cup of the new Krispy Kreme Signature Coffee Blends; valid at Krispy Kreme locations in the U.S. and Canada today only. No purchase necessary! Click here for more information.

Thorntons
Snag a FREE cup of coffee or cappucino from 6AM-2PM today only. Click here for more information.

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1 Comment

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One response to “Happy National Coffee Day!

  1. Joy

    Nice! Thank you for this because I loves me some coffee (free always makes it better)!

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