September 28, 2017

#NationalCoffeeDay: How to score free & discounted drinks!

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Coffee is the fuel that keeps us all going. This #NationalCoffeeDay, Pi Kappa Phi is here to help you grab some free or cheap drinks! 

Quick caveat: Not all locations participate, so you may want to call ahead. Here are our best finds: 

  • Pi Kapp-owned Freebean Coffee has 20% off all small-batch roasted beans through Sunday night. Enter code "coffeeday" at checkout!
  • Dunkin Donuts: Buy a Medium coffee or larger? Get one free. 
  • Krispy Kreme: Get a free hot brewed or small iced blend Friday through Sunday
  • McDonald's: Small specialty coffees are $2. Grab the McDonald's app for free medium McCafe drinks. 
  • Keurig: Like your coffee in pod form? Get 20% off on Keurig.com with code "Celebrate"
  • Cinnabon: Free 12oz coffee on Friday

Be sure to mention anything we missed in the comments on Facebook or Instagram!

 

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Last modified on September 29, 2017

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