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Looking for free coffee? Where to go for deals on National Coffee Day

Tampa ranks No. 7 on WalletHub's list of Top 20 Cities for Coffee Lovers.

TAMPA, Fla. — For many of us, coffee is a must as we start our day. And perhaps the only thing better than a good cup of coffee is when its free. 

Because who doesn't love free coffee? In honor of National Coffee Day on Sept. 29, national and local coffee shops right here Tampa will offer free coffee deals. 

Tampa is a great city for coffee lovers, ranking No. 7 in the country according to WalletHub.  

Buddy Brew

All shops offering free regular coffee all day.

Charlie's Mini Donuts & Coffee

The local Lakeland shop is offering a free small cup of coffee with any purchase of donuts.

Joffrey's Coffee

  • First 25 customers of the day get a free bag of our Ybor City Blend coffee and a sample pack of syrups from Monin
  • Free hot and iced coffee from 7 a.m. – 10 a.m.
  • $1 hot and iced coffee from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Free coffee-themed "ripple" prints (only available on select beverages)

Dunkin'

Perks members can get a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase. 

Dunn Brothers Coffee

Dunn Brothers Rewards members get a free medium brewed coffee —  regular or decaf, medium or dark roast —  in store or online. Limit one per customer and one per transaction. 

Ikea

From Sept. 29 through Oct. 4, all PATAR ground and whole bean coffee is 20 percent off. Ikea Family Members can buy UPPHETTA Coffee Press and a bag of PATAR press coffee for just under $14. That deal is valid Sept. 29 through Sept. 30. 

Starbucks

Bring a reusable mug for free coffee.

McDonald's

Using the app, you can redeem any size premium roast coffee or iced coffee for 99 cents once a day starting Sept. 29 through Dec. 31. 

Wawa

All customers can get free any sized coffee all day.

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