National Coffee Day freebies and deals in Canada

We love coffee and we wanted to share with our readers a complete list of freebies across Canada for National Coffee Day for 2012:

7-Eleven

In Canada, all 7-Eleven stores will give away a large, 20-ounce cup of coffee to customers on Friday September 28, 2012. The giveaway includes 7-Eleven’s 100 percent Colombian Coffee and its seasonal Spiced Pumpkin Latte. They currently have about 7 different blends at their stores.

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Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme will commemorate National Coffee Day with a free 12 oz. cup of coffee at participating Canadian locations on Saturday, September 29, 2012.

As an added perk, fans can enter to win one of 75 coffee prize packs that include FREE Krispy Kreme Signature Coffee for a year, a Krispy Kreme t-shirt and a coffee mug. Enter at http://NationalCoffeeDayGiveaway.com/.

Tim Hortons

No free coffee!

Beginning October 1 Tim Hortons is launching Tims Tour, an online photo sharing contest giving Canadian coffee lovers a chance to win free coffee for a year or the grand prize of a $5,000 trip.

To enter, Canadians are asked to share a photo of themselves with their cup of Tim Hortons coffee in a setting that is unique to their hometown. Twenty-one regional winners will win free coffee for a year and there will also be a random draw for all eligible entries for the grand prize. For more details on the contest, visit http://www.everycup.ca/TimsTour.

Downtown Victoria

Every September, the DVBA teams up with Downtown Victoria cafes for a morning of free coffee for people who work downtown. The only catch is that you have to bring in your own mug.

2% Jazz Hudson Building
Aegean Cafe 731 Fort Street
AJ’s Organic Coffee Atrium Building
Awesome organic Coffee 717 Douglas Street
Bean Around The World 533 Fisgard Street
Cafe Veneto Hotel Rialto
Caffe Artigiano 1140 Government Street
Castello Coffee 1802 Douglas Street
Dutch Bakery 718 Fort Street
Grindstone Cafe 504 Herald Street
Habit Coffee Atrium Atrium Building
Habit Coffee Chinatown 522 Pandora Avenue
Macchiato on Broad 1002 Broad Street
Macchiato on Johnson 780 Johnson Street
Mirage on Blanshard 1121 Blanshard Street
Mirage on Yates 733 Yates Street
Murchie’s Tea & Coffee 1110 Government Street
Paradiso Di Stelle Bastion Square
Penelope’s Caffe 739 Pandora Avenue
PiCNiC 506 Fort Street
QV’s Cafe & Bakery 1701 Government Street
Serious Coffee on Blanshard 1609 Blanshard Street
Serious Coffee on Broad 1280 Broad Street
Shine Cafe 1320 Blanshard Street
Street Level Espresso 714 Fort Street
Union Pacific 537 Herald Street
Wild Coffee 632 Yates Street
Willie’s Bakery & Cafe 537 Johnson Street

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Here are some more fun facts about coffee drinking habits in Canada: 

  • Coffee is important to Canadians, with 73% of the population consuming coffee on a weekly basis.
  • The average Canadian coffee drinker consumes approximately 13 cups of coffee per week, or two cups per day.
Profile imageAuthor: Steven Zussino on September 26th, 2012. Steven Zussino is the co-founder of Grocery Alerts Canada. He loves to help Canadians save money on groceries. He also runs the blog, CanadianPersonalFinance.com.

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