News Awards & Events Where to Get Free Coffee on National Coffee Day By Shalayne Pulia Shalayne Pulia Instagram Twitter Shalayne Pulia is a New York-based writer who covers all things food, fashion, mental health, and pop culture. She was previously Assistant Editor for InStyle, where she produced the Badass Women franchise. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on September 29, 2017 @ 06:00AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: South Agency/Getty Coffee reigns supreme as our go-to morning, afternoon, (and maybe even evening) pick-me-up. In fact, coffee consumption in the U.S. is up from 57 percent to 62 percent according to the National Coffee Association. That means more than 200,000,000 people spend time waiting for specialty frou frou frappes, fair trade pour overs, and plain old brews. Because there’s just nothing quite like a jolt of coffee-flavored caffeine to get you through the rest of the day. Today, caffeine addicts can rejoice—it’s National Coffee Day and your favorite vendors are celebrating with free (that’s right FREE) and discounted cups of Joe. Scroll through find out where you can snag a your free cup. VIDEO: 3 Money-Saving Coffee Hacks 1. 7-Eleven 7Rewards members can snag one free coffee per day in any size now through October 1. 2. Dunkin’ Donuts Buy one (medium, large, or extra large) cup of signature hot coffee from Dunkin’ and get one medium-sized cup for free. This deal’s so sweet, you might even be moved to share. 3. Krispy Kreme Not just for donuts: from now until October 1, they’re giving away free hot coffee in any size or a small iced coffee (one per day). 4. Wawa If you’re in one of 750 participating Wawa locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, or Florida, you can enjoy a free cup of coffee in any size. 5. Lyft The ride-sharing service has teamed up with High Brew Cold Brew Coffee to give riders in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, and Philadelphia free cans of cold brew. 6. Cinnabon Snag a free 12-oz coffee from Cinnabon (and just try not to tag on a cinnamon-y treat, too).