It’s National Coffee Day! The day we all get to celebrate our favorite beverage, coffee.
Starbucks is offering a FREE tall brewed coffee when you buy any handcrafted espresso beverage. This offer is valid on November 26th only at participating Starbucks stores in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and the Philippines. You can also get a free Brewed Coffee at participating Teavana stores on November 26th.
What Is Starbucks Doing For National Coffee Day?
Starbucks is one of the most popular coffee brands in the world, and for good reason: it’s delicious! The company has been around since 1971, when it was founded by three friends who wanted to create a place where people could gather and socialize.
But what do you need to know about National Coffee Day at Starbucks? Here are some facts:
- The first National Coffee Day took place in 2015; it was initiated by the lobbying group National Coffee Association (NCA).
- This year’s event will take place on September 29th. It falls on a Tuesday this year instead of on a Sunday like last year. In 2020 it will move back to Sunday again.
- Starbucks will offer free brewed coffee or tea refills all day long at participating stores starting at 5 am until closing time at 8 pm local time (with no purchase required). This offer excludes Teavana® Shaken Iced Tea™ beverages, which are excluded from all promotions because they’re not made from coffee beans.
How does Starbucks celebrate National Coffee Day?
Happy National Coffee Day! This is the day we’ve been waiting for all year: a chance to enjoy the perfect cup of coffee, at our favorite local Starbucks. Whether you like your coffee hot and strong, or cold and sweet, there’s something for everyone at Starbucks. And this year, we’re celebrating by giving away free cups of brewed coffee all day long.
So come on in—we’ll be here from open to close, waiting to give you a little jolt of caffeine (and a whole lot more).
What are some examples of how Starbucks celebrates National Coffee Day?
Starbucks celebrates National Coffee Day in a number of different ways.
- The first way they do this is by offering special deals on coffee, lattes, and other drinks. For example, on National Coffee Day in 2019, Starbucks offered customers a free tall brewed coffee if they bought any handcrafted beverage that day. They also had some other deals going on as well—like buy-one-get-one-free frappuccinos (if you spent $5).
- Another way Starbucks celebrates National Coffee Day is by giving back to their employees in the form of a paycheck boost or free food. In 2019, they gave each employee a $100 gift card or $100 cash—which is equivalent to one week’s worth of wages for most workers at the company!
- And finally, Starbucks also celebrates National Coffee Day through advertising campaigns that highlight their commitment to making sure every customer has access to quality coffee regardless of where they live or what socioeconomic status they have because everyone deserves it!
What kind of coffee do they serve on National Coffee Day?
The kind of coffee they serve at Starbucks on National Coffee Day is the same as any other day: delicious.
Starbucks has been the world’s largest coffeehouse since 2012, so it’s no surprise that they’re also known for their amazing coffee. If you haven’t tried a Pumpkin Spice Latte yet, today’s the day!
What is the most popular item sold on National Coffee Day?
On National Coffee Day, the most popular item sold at Starbucks was a venti cold brew. This coffee drink is made with Starbucks Reserve coffee beans, which are brewed over ice, then topped with cold water. The coffee is then served iced.
Starbucks has been celebrating National Coffee Day since 2004, and in that time, it’s become one of the largest coffee retailers worldwide. In 2019 alone, the brand celebrated its 50th anniversary by giving away free coffee to customers all over the world!
How much coffee do they give away on National Coffee Day?
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate National Coffee Day, Starbucks is offering you the chance to get a free 12 oz. brewed coffee.
To redeem your free drink, all you need to do is visit any Starbucks store between September 29 and October 2, 2019.
You can also use the code COFFEEDAY when ordering online or by phone. This offer is available only once per person and cannot be redeemed at retail stores or drive-thrus.
Why does Starbucks celebrate National Coffee Day?
National Coffee Day is a day where people all over the world are encouraged to have a cup of coffee. Starbucks celebrates this day by offering customers of all ages and nationalities free coffee in any size. They also offer discounts on all their drinks, including their famous iced coffees and Frappuccinos.
Starbucks has been celebrating National Coffee Day since 1986, when it was first created by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA). The goal of National Coffee Day is to promote coffee as an important part of our culture and history, and encourage people to drink more coffee in order to stay healthy.
We’re celebrating by giving away a FREE tall brewed coffee to our customers in the U.S. and Canada!
Yes! You’ll just need to sign in at one of our stores with your registered email address and password by 5 p.m. local time on September 29th, 2019 so we know it’s you who’s getting that free drink.
It’s a holiday created by the National Coffee Association (NCA) to celebrate all things coffee. The NCA started it back in 2012, and since then it’s become one of the biggest days of the year for coffee lovers.
Just ask your barista if you can use the code COFFEEDAY when you order your drink!
The founder of National Coffee Day is John Sylvan, who created the Keurig machine in 1992. He wanted to celebrate the first cup of coffee brewed by his invention, so he declared November 16th as National Coffee Day.
There are many different ways you can celebrate National Coffee Day at Starbucks or any other coffee shop. Here are some ideas: 1) Wear your favorite coffee-themed apparel 2) Bring your friends along for a caffeinated adventure 3) Go out for breakfast 4) Stay up late and watch old episodes of Friends.