Where to get free and discounted coffee on National Coffee Day

National Coffee Day is Sept. 29

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SAN ANTONIO – National Coffee Day is Sept. 29 and there are deals all over San Antonio if you’re looking for some fresh java.

Free coffee, discounted coffee and several online offers are available for National Coffee Day 2021.

Coffee codes, discounts and deals are listed below:

7-Eleven - Loyalty members get one free, any size hot coffee with the purchase of a fresh-baked good at participating 7-Eleven stores nationwide on Sept. 29. Anyone wanting to celebrate at home can enjoy a free extra-large hot coffee with any purchase through 7-Eleven delivery via the 7NOW app.

Atlas Coffee Get one 12-ounce bag of premium single-origin coffee for free with any subscription (just pay shipping) from Sept. 27 to Oct. 4.

Circle K - Customers can text “FREE” to “31310″ to receive a digital coupon for a free cup of coffee to redeem only at participating Circle K locations on Sept. 29.

Duck Donuts - Duck Donuts Rewards Members will receive an app reward to enjoy a free medium cold brew or frappe that can be redeemed in-shop or online from Sept. 29 - Oct. 1. Guests must download and register for the app by 11 p.m. on Sept. 28.

Dunkin’ - DD Perks members get a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase.

Starbucks - Starbucks is celebrating its 50th anniversary on National Coffee Day and offering customers who bring in a reusable cup, up to 20 ounces, a free cup of Pike Place roast brewed coffee. The offer is available in cafes only - not in the drive-thru or ordered ahead in the Starbucks app. There is a limit of one per customer with no refills or modifiers. Available on iced or hot brewed coffee only at participating locations.

Want to know more about the coffee culture in San Antonio? Episode six of KSAT Explains takes a look at coffee history and culture, and why specialty coffee has become a trend.

*This article will be updated as more deals become available.

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About the Author:

Mary Claire Patton has been a journalist with KSAT 12 since 2015. She has reported on several high-profile stories during her career at KSAT and specializes in trending news and things to do around Texas and San Antonio.