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.
Saturday, Sept. 29, is National Coffee Day and in 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!
Keep tabs on the latest National Coffee Day news nationwide at twitter.com/#nationalcoffeeday.
Peet’s Coffee & Tea: Get a free drip coffee at Peet's with the purchase of a pound of coffee beans on Saturday, Sept. 29. Coffee beans are 25% off for the occasion, and for every pound of beans sold at its coffee bars, Peet's will donate $1 to TechnoServe, a non-profit supporting coffee farmers around the globe.
Krispy Kreme: You have to give Krispy Kreme props for its freebies. On Saturday, Sept. 29, customers can get a free Krispy Kreme coffee — any size — no purchase necessary. Tip: Krispy Kreme Rewards members also get a free doughnut.
Cinnabon: Pick up your free 12-ounce coffee at a participating local Cinnabon shop on Saturday, Sept. 29. Find one in the Puget Sound area at Northgate Mall, Alderwood Mall, Bellevue Square, Tacoma Mall, South Hill Mall, the Outlet Collection in Auburn and Capital Mall in Olympia.
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 Saturday, Sept. 29, buy a coffee and get an equal-sized coffee for free.
Starbucks: The local coffee giant is not offering any deal or freebie for National Coffee Day. It's currently highlighting its support of Puerto Rican coffee farmers affected by Hurricane Maria.