Parenting and coffee — in the Seattle area, we know that these two go together like peanut butter and jelly. Do we really need a special holiday to celebrate the joys of caffeine? Sure, if it involves freebies and deals.
Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019, is National Coffee Day and in its honor, many coffee shops are offering cool caffeine deals that Puget Sound-area parents should particularly appreciate.
We've rounded up a short list of freebies and deals offered. Know of one that we missed? Let us know in the comments!
Krispy Kreme: You have to give Krispy Kreme props for its freebies. On Sunday, Sept. 29, customers can get one free brewed coffee and one free Coffee Kreme Doughnut (new flavor!), no purchase necessary.
Peet’s Coffee & Tea: Get a free drip coffee at Peet's with the purchase of a pound of coffee beans on Sunday, Sept. 29. Coffee beans are 25 percent off for the occasion, Sept. 27–29, both in-store and online (use promo code COFFEEDAY19).
Starbucks: Our hometown coffee giant is out with a new blend, Siren's Blend, and for every cup sold in the U.S. between now and Sunday, Sept. 29, Starbucks will give 15 cents, to the International Women’s Coffee Alliance and Days for Girls, organizations dedicated to empowering women and girls.
Dunkin' Donuts: There aren't any Dunkin' Donuts shops in the Pacific Northwest (why not?), but for our national readers, here's their deal: On Sunday, Sept. 29, buy a coffee and get an equal-sized coffee for free.
Keep tabs on the latest National Coffee Day news nationwide at twitter.com/#nationalcoffeeday.