National chains offering deals for National Coffee Day

This March 29, 2018 file photo shows steamed milk floating atop a cup of coffee at a cafe in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - According to the National Coffee Association, 63% of Americans drink coffee daily.

And Sunday is National Coffee Day, which makes getting caffeinated all that much easier with deals that make our cups runneth over.

According to NBC's Today Show, you'll find plenty of freebies and discounts:

7-Eleven
The national grab-and-go chain is honoring the holiday by charging just $1 for any size coffee all day on Sunday. Current 7Rewards loyalty program members or customers who sign up for the program will get the deal.

Caribou Coffee
Their nitro coffee is available at 120 locations in 22 states. Stop in at participating locations on Sept. 29 for a medium hot coffee for $1, a medium Cold Press Black for $2 or a Nitro Black coffee for $3.

Dunkin'
Dunkin’ is celebrating National Coffee Day with a buy-one get-one offer. On Sunday, anyone who purchases a regular hot coffee at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide will score another hot coffee (the same size or smaller) for free.

Hardee's
The fast food chain is offering one free coffee of any size or flavor with the purchase of another beverage or food item.

Instacart
Members who spend $15 on qualifying products, including Califia cold brew coffee and La Colombe draft lattes, will save $5 on their order, or get free delivery. Customers can also use the "Buy 1 Green Mountain Roasters product, Save $1” deal now through Oct. 6.

Keurig​
Skip this if your name's not Joe.
Anyone born on National Coffee Day with the name Joe, Joseph, Jo, Josephine, Joanne, or any other variation can enter to win a free Keurig K-Duo coffee maker and a year's supply of K-Cup pods. Visit www.keurignationalcoffeeday.com to sign up, Joes.

McDonald's
Download the McDonald's smartphone app to start earning McCafé rewards. Five purchased coffees earns you a freebie.