Historians often date coffee back to 14th Century Arabia, and look how far it's come. Here are some deals to make your coffee experience a little sweeter.
Starbucks is offering a different coffee blend each of the next eight weeks for only $1.50 a cup. Grab a Passport Sticker with each weeks blend, and then receive a free pound of your favorite Starbucks blend when you're done. You must get your first sticker by Sunday, March 14th or you will be too late.
Dunkin' Donuts has done well with its coffee line and it's now celebrating with a free gift to you! Participating stores are offering a free medium hot or iced coffee every Monday in March. It might be a nice way to start your work week. You might want to call ahead and make sure your local store is taking part.
Here's a Web site dedicated solely to connecting you with free coffee and coffee accessories. Free-coffee-maker.org is a clearing house of information on deals to keep your cup full at little or no cost. Read the fine print to make sure you're not signing up for a club or future shipments. It appears some deals are simply a low-cost way to try new java.
Please remember, all offers are subject to availability and product providers may end these offers at any time.
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