We’ve got a couple of big days for coffee lovers this upcoming week…and some huge deals to go along with them!

If your favorite part of waking up…is coffee in your cup, you are not alone.  There is nothing like that first smell of a freshly brewed cup of coffee to get your day started. People love their coffee and this week we get not one, but two days to celebrate it.  Just about everyone takes it differently, but whether you like it black, or loaded with cream and sugar, we cannot start our day without it.

This Wednesday, September 29th is National Coffee Day.  Then this Friday, October 1st is International Coffee Day.  According to National Day, we can go back to the Boston Tea Party to find the roots of how coffee became so big in the U.S.  After saying no to tea taxes and British roots, Americans began to pick up coffee instead.  Then certain companies started to market it to cowboys in the midwest and gold miners in California.  People just fell in love with it. They say that National Coffee Day is supposed to be a jolt for workers to get back to work after a long summer.  So we celebrate coffee...and that means we’ve got a couple of big days ahead.

Which would lead you to believe that there would be some big deals coming up.  We’ve got a list of some of the biggest ones here in Western New York and across the country thanks to Retailmenot.com and wallethub.com.  They’re everything from free coffees with a purchase, incredibly cheap cups of coffee, and even discounts on coffee that you can make at home.


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