International Coffee Day is Sunday, September 29. You had me at 'coffee.'

Some coffee shops and brands will observe the day by donating portions of sales to charities; others will “raise awareness” about how the coffee industry enriches sellers at the expense of underpaid farmers. Some will give out free coffee. Here’s where to get yours in the QCA.

Circle K: Free medium coffee and Belvita Breakfast Biscuit.

Pilot Flying J: Free hot or iced coffee, any size, through the Pilot Flying J app. This includes seasonal sugar-drinks like the “Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino.”

Coupons.com: Get a rebate for coffee up to $1.50 on the Coupons.com app, valid for coffee from Starbucks, McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, 7-Eleven, Tim Hortons, Peet’s Coffee, Subway, Burger King, Taco Bell, Carl’s Jr., Denny’s and IHOP. Scan your receipt with the app and the money will go to your PayPal account.

Free coffee with purchase:

Dunkin’: BOGO hot coffee.

Barnes & Noble Café: Free hot or iced tall coffee with the purchase of any “bake case item.”

Hardee’s: Free coffee with purchase if you sign up for the Hardee’s email list by Saturday.

Other deals:

7-Eleven: $1 coffee, any size, on the 7Rewards app.

Bed Bath & Beyond: Some Keurig pods are 20% off until Sept. 29.

Cracker Barrel: 20% off online coffee orders with code COFFEE20.

Starbucks: From now until Sunday, when you buy a cup Starbuck's Siren’s Blend new coffee blend they will donate 15 cents of each cup  sold will be distributed to the International Women's Coffee Alliance and Days for Girls.

Be sure to check out our local QC coffee shops like Coffee Hound, Coffee Revolution, Redband, 392 Caffe, Atomic, and Java Java (who will be at the Brady St. Donuts and More on Sunday) to see if they have coffee specials as well.