As if there wasn't a National ____ Day for just about everything, here's another: National Coffee Day.
Chances are, more people excited and willing to partake in enjoying this "holiday" than many of the other nationally recognized topics.
Looking for a way to celebrate?
Check out these deals and freebies, which will be offered on Sept. 29:
Caribou Coffee: Caribou customers can get a complimentary medium brewed coffee with the purchase of 1lb of Amy's Blend coffee, the sales of which will go to support CancerCare. The chain will also donate a free cup of coffee to caregivers at health facilities and hospitals across the country when people purchase a cup of Amy’s Blend coffee, according to USA Today.
Cumberland Farms: Cumberland Farms is offering a free hot or iced coffee of any size to those who text "FREECOFFEE" to 64827 on Sept. 29.
Dairy Queen: For DQ's Hardest Working Happy Hour, customers can receive a small iced coffee for $1 or a small ultimate frappé for $2 between 2 and 5 p.m.
Talk about a power trio. Visit the DQ Hardest Working Happy Hour weekdays from 2-5pm for a $1 small iced coffee, $2 small ultimate frappé, or $2 small premium fruit smoothie.Posted by Dairy Queen on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Dunkin Donuts: Dunkin' Donuts customers can receive any medium-sized cup of the brand's signature hot coffee for 66 cents at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide to mark the company's 66 years in business.
Keurig: Keurig will offer 20 percent off Green Mountain Coffee recyclable K-cup pods and 15 percent off other beverages, like the Original Donut Shop, with the code GREENSAVINGS at checkout online.
Krispy Kreme: Any guest who visits a participating shop on National Coffee Day will receive a free small coffee and a free Original Glazed doughnut.
Peet's Coffee: Peet's will give away a free medium-sized drip coffee with the purchase of any fresh food item at participating locations.
Pilot Flying J: Get one free small cup of Pilot coffee, tea or cappuccino using an online coupon.
Starbucks: Starbucks isn't offering any deals, but for each cup of brewed Mexico Chiapas coffee sold at participating U.S. Starbucks stores on Thursday, the company will donate one rust-resistant coffee tree to Latin American coffee farmers in need.