Few things pair better than a Dunkin’ Hot coffee and sandwich. That’s why participating Dunkin’ restaurants throughout the New York Tri-State area* are serving up the perfect deal that’s sure to get you running this fall: a $1 Medium Hot Coffee with any sandwich purchase, for a limited time.
All Wawa locations starting today will give a free any size coffee to teachers, school administrators and support personnel through Sept. 30.
This summer, many travel plans were understandably cancelled or significantly limited due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. Tim Hortons® U.S. is giving Americans the iconic taste of Canada, with a free coffee and donut as a small gesture to say sorry you weren’t able to take the Canadian vacation you had hoped for.
Located off MD 24 near the Interstate 95 interchange, the Edgewood Dunkin’ opened Aug. 15. It is celebrating its grand opening by offering a free coffee to each guest this week.
Peet’s Coffee is helping to get the new school year off to a good start with a free drink tomorrow for Los Angeles Unified employees at any of the company’s 13 Los Angeles locations.
With this year’s back-to-school season presenting unprecedented challenges, Krispy Kreme will show its sweet appreciation for educators from all walks of life the week of Aug. 10 with its “Educator Appreciation Week,” including a FREE limited-time “Straight A Dozen.”
7-Eleven 7Rewards members can have at least one week this summer covered. Download the 7-Eleven app and you can get seven free cups of coffee through Aug. 9. That’s seven free drinks of any size (and they don’t have to be coffee).
Throughout the entire month of May, Biggby Coffee is recognizing teachers and parents who have recently had to become teachers with an awesome contest. They will be giving away tons of fun prizes including gift cards and a grand prize of coffee for a year!
Since coronavirus has become more of a global concern, he and Stephanie felt it was the right time to inject some positivity into the Catholic Charities campus.
“The first responders and medical personnel on the front lines of this pandemic continue to truly inspire us as they work tirelessly and relentlessly to care for others in our communities and throughout the nation,” said Travis Sheetz, president and chief operating officer of Sheetz, in a release.