Free Starbucks and Dunkin’ donuts are available today. How can you do it?
It’s that time of year again: National Coffee Day is today.
According to the National Coffee Association, this year’s observance comes just as Americans are resuming their coffee drinking habits. According to the organization’s study, coffee consumption has returned to pre-Covid levels as a result of relaxing health safety regulations and consumers becoming more comfortable with purchasing ahead on apps.
On Wednesday, Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, and other coffee shops will give out a variety of freebies to commemorate the day, whose roots are unknown.
Also, Here are some of the Coffee Day offers for this year:
Starbucks (SBUX) is giving out free coffee for one day only: Also, Customers who bring a “clean, empty, reusable cup” to any of the chain’s US locations will get a free cup of Pike Place brewed coffee. But don’t bring your whole coffee pot in since the free refills are limited to 20 fluid ounces, which is approximately the size of a big cup. After a brief Covid-forced halt in 2020, Starbucks just reintroduced a programme that allows customers to bring in their own cups.
Dunkin’ will give out one free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase on Wednesday. Also, Members of its DD Perks reward programme are eligible for the offer. Cold brew is not permitted. Restaurant chains have recently begun to provide freebies only to members of their rewards programmes in order to entice consumers to pick their brands over rivals. The systems also provide restaurant owners with access to consumer buying data and ordering patterns, allowing them to better target diners with personalised offers.
Members of the convenience store chain’s 7Rewards loyalty programme may get a free coffee of any size with the purchase of a baked item, much like Dunkin’.
is a chain of doughnut shops in the United States In its US locations, the doughnut company is giving out free coffee and doughnuts with no purchase required. Naturally, there’s a catch: customers who want both a free coffee and a doughnut must join the rewards programme. Those who aren’t may still receive a free cup of coffee.
There isn’t any catch. Wawa’s approximately 900 stores throughout the East Coast are giving customers a free coffee of any size all day Wednesday. According to the business, almost 2 million cups of coffee will be distributed.