Wednesday is National Coffee Day. Coffee lovers can find these deals in Jackson County.
The smell of fresh espresso often fills coffee houses, but tomorrow shops across the country will smell of great deals in honor of National Coffee Day.
Seven in 10 Americans drink coffee every day, according to the National Coffee Association. Those with a caffeine craze can stop by these establishments, local and chain, Wednesday for the following deals.
Celebrating National Coffee Day
Chain restaurants, gas stations and coffee houses aren't the only ones partaking in National Coffee Day deals.
Hallowbeans, a spooky-filled coffee shop in Ripley, is selling any size latte for $2. The shop is located at 516 W. Main St. and is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
West Virginia Artisan Market, also located on Ripley's Main Street is giving away free iced and hot coffee as well.
It isn't a National Coffee Day deal, but McDonald's gives customers who use its app a discounted coffee. You can purchase a premium roast or iced coffee for just 99 cents.
Sheetz, on the other hand, celebrates the made-up holiday every year. This year's treat is a free cold brew. To get the sweet deal, you have to make the order on the Sheetz app.
There are three McDonald's in Jackson County — one in Ravenswood, the others in Ripley. The county's only Sheetz is also in Ripley.
Work in Charleston or Parkersburg? Dunkin' and Starbucks have deals, too.
If you plan on swinging by Dunkin' for a free cup of joe, you have to be a member of its free loyalty program. The chain is giving out a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase.
Starbucks is handing out freebies to customers who bring their own reusable mugs Wednesday. Sept. 29 marks the chain's 50th anniversary, and it's celebrating by giving its fans up to 20 ounces of its signature Pike's Place Roast brewed coffee.
No matter where you live or work in Jackson County, there are plenty of options for coffee lovers to celebrate this holiday.
— Katelyn Waltemyer (she/her) is the General Assignment and Enterprise Reporter for Jackson Newspapers in Jackson County, West Virginia. Have a news tip on local government or education? Or a good feature? You can reach Katelyn at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @Kate_Waltemyer.