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Where to score some deals today for National Coffee Day


Brew, ink, java, joe. Whatever you call it, a cup of coffee is how many start their day.

While it seems every day is National Coffee Day, with 2.25 billion cups of coffee consumed daily across the world, the official celebration is set for today, Sept. 29.

>> ENDS SEPT. 30: Want to win free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee for a year? Here’s your shot!

Here are some National Coffee Day deals and discounts that you can score in the Dayton-area:

Cinnabon: You can get a free 12-ounce coffee on Friday at Cinnabon locations.

Dunkin’ Donuts: Any guest who purchases a medium or larger cup of Dunkin’ Donuts signature hot coffee will receive an additional medium hot coffee for free.

>> MORE DETAILS: Dunkin’ Donuts to offer BOGO deal for National Coffee Day

McDonald’s: Get a free McCafe Latte or a Frappe by downloading the My McCafe App.

>> RELATED: McDonald’s unveils 3 new espresso drinks; more coffee beverages coming

Pilot Flying J: The travel centers will be giving away free cups of small coffee or another hot beverage of choice if you show an online coupon available at http://pilotcoffee.pilotflyingj.com, or on Pilot Flying J's Facebook page.

Starbucks: Starbucks is not offering any special Coffee Day deals on Friday.


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