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Celebrate National Coffee Day with a free cup

Mary Pickels
Courtesy of Sheetz
National Coffee Day, Sept. 29, means free coffee from various purveyors, including Sheetz.
Courtesy of Pilot Flying J
Pilot Flying J also is getting in on the National Coffee Day promotion game.

National Coffee Day is Sept. 29, which means many of us will have a leisurely day off to sip our favorite morning beverage.

Pittsburghers like their brew. According to wallethub.com, the city cracks the top 20 (landing at 19) on a list of best cities for coffee lovers in America.

Numerous coffee companies and shops are offering to sweeten the day with a cup on the house.

Sheetz is offering all customers who order through its app a free cold brew, valid for any size and any flavor at all locations on Sept. 29 only.

Flavors include banana, caramel, hazelnut, mint, sugar-free caramel, sugar free vanilla, toasted marshmallow and vanilla.

Dunkin’ is offering a BOGO coffee option on Sunday.

Pilot Flying J also is offering any size free hot or cold coffee through its app on Sept. 29.

Coffee menu additions include cinnamon spice cold brew and limited-time pumpkin maple cappuccino at select locations.

Pilot Flying J also is giving away free coffee each Monday in September through its app.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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