Isn’t everyday National Coffee Day? Touche, folks, But today is actually “National Coffee Day.”
Yes, there’s officially a day for everything. And we all know we can use that extra cup of Joe on Mondays. So, as a party favor, or more like a publicity stunt, several national chains are offering freebies or deals you can’t pass up.
Try something new: Dunkin Donuts wants you to know it has a new blend — Dark Roast. It is serving up free medium cups on Monday.
Set an out of office message: How long is a coffee break, anyway? Krispy Kreme wants you to tell others that you’re temporarily away from your email because you’re sipping its free coffee.
“Did you know that the best way to be more productive at work is to take a break? It’s true! I found it on the Internet,” begins their suggested message.
The chain is offering a free 12-ounce regular coffee. For $1, you can get a mocha, latte or iced coffee.
Not just one day: Who says there’s enough free coffee to last only 24 hours? McDonald’s has been giving away free coffee for two weeks. The deal ends Monday.
A free taste: Starbucks is offering a free sample of its Anniversary Blend. But stop by early — the sample is only available until noon.