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    Waking up will be a little easier for coffee lovers Thursday.

    Several coffee shops and chains around the city are offering free cups of joe or special deals on Sept. 29 to celebrate #NationalCoffeeDay.

    Here’s where you can get your fix:

    Dunkin Donuts: Get any medium cup of coffee for just 66 cents in celebration of the chain's 66th anniversary, which falls on the coffee-themed holiday.

    Krispy Kreme: Free coffee and an original glazed donut at any Krispy Kreme location.

    McDonald's: Free small hot or iced McCafe coffee if you download the app.

    Keurig.com: Time to stock up on K-Cups. Get 20 percent off select brands of K-Cup pods bought by using the code ‘GREENSAVINGS’ at checkout.

    Stan’s DonutsFree glazed donut with the purchase of a Stumptown Nitro Cold Brew.

    Peet’s Coffee & Tea: Free medium drip coffee with any food purchase.

    Target: Free tall hot brewed coffee at Target stores.

    Caribou Coffee: Every time someone purchases a coffee at Caribou Coffee on National Coffee Day, the company will donate a free cup of coffee to caregivers and family members at cancer facilities and hospitals across the nation.

    Bruegger's Bagels: Anyone who snaps a selfie with a Bruegger’s coffee cup and posts it with the hashtag #BrueggersMugShot and #Contest the chance to win unlimited free coffee for an entire year.

    Starbucks: For every brewed cup of Mexico Chiapas coffee purchased, Starbuck's will donate a coffee tree to a farmer in need.

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