National Coffee Day is September 29th and we have a list of FREEBIES AND DEALS for you to get! 🤗

  • FREE STARBUCKS SAMPLES – This offer will go live on September 29th at 6 am ET! While supplies last, score free Starbucks coffee samples shipped straight to your door!!
  • 7-Eleven – Free Coffee with purchase of any baked good.
  • Atlas Coffee – Score a FREE bag of coffee when you use code “COFEEDAY2021” you’ll just have to cover shipping.
  • Au Bon Pain – $1 drip coffee 9/29 – 10/1.
  • Bean Box – The Beanbox is offering a discount on their subscription with just $5 for your first month!
  • Biggby Coffee – FREE 20 oz hot brewed coffee with upgrades. No coupon is required, Limit to one per customer.
  • Berres Brothers Coffee  Get 29% off online orders with code “COFFEEDAY” valid 9/29 – 9/30
  • Boca Java – National Coffee Day Sale $5.50 bags of coffee, no code needed.
  • Casey’s – Free small coffee for rewards with any purchase, daily through October 2nd. If you’re not a rewards member sign up and you’ll score another free coffee just for signing up.
  • Circle K – Text “FREE” to 31310 for a FREE cup of Hot or Iced coffee.
  • Cumberland Farms – Text “FREECOFFEE” to 64827 to receive a coupon for a free iced or hot coffee, any size.
  • Krispy Kreme –  Everyone can stop by and grab a free coffee but if you are a rewards member you can score a free doughnut too (excludes Cinnamon rolls)!
  • Duck Donuts –
  • Dunkin – Free medium HOT or ICED coffee with ANY purchase on 9/29 PLUS they have an offer available if you visit 3 times from 9/27 – 10/3 you’ll earn a FREE beverage reward!
  • Godiva – 20% off packaged coffee valid the 9/29 only.
  • Kwik Trip – 99 cent Karuba Coffee.
  • LaMar’s Donuts – Free Coffee for everyone!
  • McDonald’s – Score any size Premium Roast Coffee or Iced Coffee for just $.99 daily through 10/3, when you order with the app.
  • Panera – Parents and Caregivers can score free coffee all day, just inform your cashier that you are a parent or caregiver when ordering and you’ll be all set!
  • Peet’s Coffee – Use promo code “GOODSTUFF” to score 25% off beans, pods, and espresso capsules.
  • Pilot Flying J – Free coffee for rewards members.
  • Sonic Drive-In – Half-priced Mocha Blast Crunch!
  • Starbucks – Stop by your local Starbucks with a clean reusable mug (up to 20 oz) and they will fill it with a free cup of Pike Place Roast brewed coffee!!
  • Stewart’s Shops – FREE hot coffee when you use any refillable mug, up to 32 oz.
  • Wawa – Free Coffee for everyone! Valid on self-serve coffee up to 24 oz. ice coffee is not included in this promotion.



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Parents & Caregivers Get a Free Taste of Panera’s Unlimited Coffee Subscription in Panera bakery-cafes and drive-thrus on September 29, 2021. On September 29, simply let Panera know at the cashier or drive-thru that you’re a parent or caregiver and you’ll receive free coffee all day.

Free Coffee at Panera Bread for Parents and Caregivers (9/29)

Free Face Mask

Visit this offer and fill out he form to get a Free mask from Emory Health.

Emory Healthcare is proud to be the official team healthcare for the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Dream.


Free Face Mask



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Select only a single 5″ x 7″ custom folded card in 85 lb standard cart stock to your cart for $2.99 and customize it. To make it free use code: FOLDED5X7 at checkout and use in-store pickup (not ship to store) to make it free, enjoy your print!

1. Volumizing Sea Spray

On those all-too-frequent days I can’t get to the beach, I use this hair spray for lots of lift and a breezy scent. You could pay as much as $26 per bottle, but these replacement options will keep you volumized for mere pennies per ounce.

The main components of a great texturizer are salt for volume, a softener to counteract the salt’s drying effect and something to make it smell great!

Combine a cup of hot water with a tablespoon or so of coarse salt — sea salt or Epsom salts work great. The more salt, the beachier the look. Add in aloe, some conditioner you already have or maybe some of the water-based gel in your cabinet to add softness and hold.

After it cools, add a few (optional!) drops of essential oil and pour into your spray bottle. Bend over your sink and spray liberally on damp or dry hair at the roots. Shake, scrunch, flip and otherwise adore your instant big, sexy, beach-day look! 

Off-the-shelf cost: $14.99 for 6 ounces.

DIY cost: $1 per bottle at most, and your first batch of ingredients will last forever.

2. Dry Shampoo

When your day is too full of responsibilities

excitement for a full shampoo and conditioning, you reach for dry shampoo for a grease-free look that won’t strip your hair’s natural oils — but there’s no need to strip your wallet, either.

Dry shampoo dispenses greasiness with an oil-absorbing powder that disappears in your hair. Depending on your hair color and what’s on your shelves, you can try cornstarch, fine arrowroot flour, baby powder or even unsweetened cocoa powder (my personal fave, though I’m a pretty dark brunette and a total chocoholic). Apply to your roots and comb through until the product disappears.

Not into smelling like chocolate cake or a baby’s bottom? I like to comb in a drop or two of that essential oil I use in my sea salt spray for scrumptious-smelling hair. 

Off-the-shelf cost: $23 for 3.5 ounces of a fancy kind, or $6.99 for 3.4 ounces of a drugstore brand.

DIY cost: You probably already have these items in your pantry. Otherwise, maybe a couple of bucks at your grocery store’s bulk bin.

3. Exfoliating Salt or Sugar Scrub for Hands and Body

This product is pretty much just sugar or salt, oil and something that smells good. Go ahead and raid your pantry and grab that essential oil.

Plus, you can choose between a micro-exfoliating granulated sugar scrub or a macro-exfoliating coarse sea salt scrub, experiment with white or brown sugars, coconut or olive or almond oil… the possibilities are endless. 

Off-the-shelf cost: $16.50 for 8 ounces at Bath and Body Works, but I’ve seen these bad boys go for $40 for 8.2 ounces from premium dealers. No way!

DIY cost: About $3 per batch, depending on the type of oil you choosenull

4. Body or Face Lotion

You can make a fabulous body lotion by simply adding a few drops of lavender or tea tree oil to the coconut oil you’re already using.

Or, experiment with shea butter-based lotions and try other nourishing oils, like avocado or jojoba. Depending on how much you trust your face, you could try a gentle mixture — I’m pretty oily, though, so I’d proceed with caution!

Off-the-shelf cost: Amazon lists a 12-ounce Aveeno lotion for $5.93, which is pretty standard for drugstore body lotion. Facial skincare products are hugely variable and can be quite expensive, like $32.76 for 2 ounces.

DIY cost: About $3 to $5 per batch

5. Facial Toner

Check out the ingredient list on that refreshing spritz you use before your moisturizer or in the middle of the day — it’s pretty much a bottle of watery perfume!

By experimenting with tea, rose water or witch hazel, you slash costs and get to figure out what works best for your skin on the cheap. If you’re starting to amass those essential oils I keep mentioning from all this DIY, check out some of these skin-type-specific recipes

I like using a cotton pad to apply my toner, but you could grab another spray bottle if you enjoy the spritz effect.

Off-the-shelf cost: $45 for 8.4 ounces is not unheard of, though you can find drugstore options for less than $8 for around the same size.

DIY cost: Depends on your ingredients, but could cost pennies or up to $4 per

6. Face Masks

Whether your skin is dry, oily or a combination — and even if you’re dealing with acne well after high school — you can try tons of at-home treatments. Raid your kitchen for apple cider vinegar, honey and egg whites. How about avocado and cocoa powder

The good news is, not only do you already have these ingredients on your grocery list, but you can try a variety of treatments without breaking the bank. My oily summer skin loves apple cider vinegar, but milk and honey feels decadent before bed!

Off-the-shelf cost: A 1-ounce charcoal mask from Sephora costs $13.00, but who knows which one’s right for you?

DIY cost: From pennies to $5 per mask, depending on the ingredients you choose

Although a few of these recipes require some initial investments like essential oils, glass containers, spray bottles or shea butter, you’ll be left with ingredients to keep making personalized beauty products for a year or longer — and with extra cash in your pocket.

While planning your day of indulgence, don’t forget to design your own relaxation grotto. Give your bathroom a deep clean and then:

  1. Splurge on a soft, thick towel.
  2. Pick up some pretty containers from the dollar store to hold all the scrubs and potions you make.
  3. Treat yourself to a fluffy bathrobe to wear while relaxing.
  4. Get some inexpensive candles to create ambience during bath time — or make your own.
  5. Set a plant or vase of flowers in the bathroom, because greenery makes everything better.
  6. Cover your bathroom window with frosted contact paper to diffuse bright sunlight that might harsh your mellow.
  7. Put a few sprigs of eucalyptus on the corner of the bathtub to create a clean, refreshing scent when you run the hot water.
  8. Buy a bathtub overflow drain cover so you can fill the tub extra deep and soak all the way up to your chin.
  9. Queue up this chill Spotify playlist.
  10. Use the cucumber you bought for your eyes to make some cucumber and lemon-infused water to sip as you spa