This article is all about getting you your free cup of coffee for National Coffee Day. You'll find the important information on how to get that free coffee down the page, and so go get your cuppa jo!Our founder earned clients a 23% average annual return over five years as a stock analyst on Wall Street. "The Greek" has written for institutional newsletters, Businessweek, Real Money, Seeking Alpha and others, while also appearing across TV and radio. While writing for Wall Street Greek, Mr. Kaminis presciently warned of the financial crisis.
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Free Cup of Coffee for National Coffee Day
The stock market is open on National Coffee Day, in case you were wondering or were like Kramer from Seinfeld and thought you should have off on Arbor Day and such. Well, since it is National Coffee Day, and because we have a column we like to call "Today's Coffee," and given the dearth of economic reports today, we thought we would give you a special Coffee
article, and directions to where to get that free cup of Jo today.
It's true, by the way. It really is National Coffee Day, a day in which we honor coffee, and drink it up manicly like usual of course. I drink at least four cups a day, after cutting back due to hallucinations.
Unfortunately, there will be no coffee shop hop
today, like the annual bar hopping fun that occurs in my Upper East Side neighborhood every St. Patrick's Day, but there are a few retailers offering special deals and even free cups of coffee for the hooked on this very special holiday. Take advantage of it dear friends, and get some of your hard earned money back from the servers of our addiction.
The most important thing about National Coffee Day is that you can score yourself a free cup across the country if you are smart. I would look for more if I were you, but here are the free coffee deals we found for today:
Not all locations will be participating in the free or discounted offer. Call ahead or check the website for details.
- LaMars Donuts and Coffee – Get a free 12 ounce coffee on September 29th when presenting this free printable coupon at participating locations.
- Dunkin' Donuts – Stop by participating Dunkin' Donuts and receive a free cup of coffee. The company will also donate a portion of their sales to Special Olympic groups.
- Boca Java – Boca Java is offering free shipping today in honor of the holiday. Come on! You can do better than that!
- Java Café – Java Café will offer drinks at a 50 percent discount from 7 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. on the 29th.
- Starbucks – Nada! No! You won't get a free cup from Starbucks today according to every source I checked, including their website (Nasdaq: SBUX).
- McDonald's – No free deal from McDonald's either! Talk about missing an opportunity! I'm a little p'd at McDonalds these days, after they tried to charge me $1.40 for a cup the other night, even though I ordered food. Come on McDonald's. We want Greek friendly service. (NYSE: MCD)
- Tim Horton's - No Deal!!! (NYSE: THI)
- Peet's Coffee & Tea (Nasdaq: PEET): Saw no special deals!!!
- Green Mountain Coffee Roasters – No deal as far as we can see, and the company is in trouble with the SEC today too; the shares are down some 14%. Yikes!
The Mayo Clinic published this bit of relevant information for coffee lovers who care about how much caffeine their cuppa joe (Canadian editorial - we employ all sorts) contains:
- Dunkin' Donuts, brewed, 16 oz (480 mL) 143-206
- Generic brewed, 8 oz (240 mL) 95-200
- Generic brewed, decaffeinated, 8 oz (240 mL) 2-12
- Generic instant, 8 oz (240 mL) 27-173
- Generic instant, decaffeinated, 8 oz (240 mL) 2-12
- Starbucks Espresso, 1 oz (30 mL) 58-75
- Starbucks Vanilla Latte, 16 oz (480 mL) 150
So that's why I like Dunkin' Donuts coffee so much! (will accept money from DD for this, or coffee I guess). By the way, The Greek has yet to decide on his favorite brand of Greek Coffee... Send Coffee!
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