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Where you can get a free cup of Joe on National Coffee Day

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(Meredith) -- Friday, September 29th, is National Coffee Day and many chains are offering customers a cup of Joe on the house to celebrate. If you are looking for your free fix of Friday caffeine, here are some recommendations:

Dunkin' Donuts 

While Dunkin' promises a free medium coffee (at participating locations), you must purchase a medium, large or extra large cup of the brand's signature hot coffee first to get your hands on that free cup. 

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Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme is upping the ante for this year's festivities. From Friday, September 29th through Sunday, October 1st - this chain is offering customers a free hot or iced coffee across both the U.S. and Canada locations. No strings attached while supplies last. 

7-Eleven

The convenient mart chain is following a similar suit to Krispy Kreme, with deals through the weekend, except with a catch. Only 7Rewards members can cash in on one free coffee per day, from September 29th through October 1st. 

Cinnabon

The company's tweet makes its deal pretty clear - get a free 12oz coffee all day, at participating locations. 

Tim Hortons

This chain is turning the celebration into a week-long event. From September 29th through October 8th, customers can receive a free Original Blend, Dark Roast, Decaf or Iced Coffee by simply downloading the chain's free app. 

Starbucks 

Expect to spend a few bucks with these guys. Starbucks is not offering any free deals for National Coffee Day. Instead, the chain is promoting its new fall drinks- The Maple Pecan Latte and Maple Pecan Frappuccino. 

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