Free iced coffee or iced tea at Au Bon Pain on Tuesday

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Au Bon Pain will hand out free medium iced coffees and iced teas early next week.

Mark your calendar for 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday. There are no strings attached. Just show up during that time window to claim your freebie.

As the bakery and cafe chain's Facebook event page reads: "Try one of our freshly brewed iced teas or iced coffees for FREE to help you get through your afternoon!"

The giveaway is only happening at "participating locations," though, so call ahead to confirm a location is offering the giveaway.

View the price of coffee at 10 fast food places:

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Free iced coffee or iced tea at Au Bon Pain on Tuesday

Wendy's

Hot coffee (regular or decaf), regular: $0.99

McDonald's

McCafe premium roast coffee, small: $1.00

Burger King

Smooth roast coffee, small: $1.00

Krispy Kreme

Coffee (smooth, rich, or decaf), small: $1.59

Dunkin' Donuts

Hot coffee, small: $1.59

Tim Hortons

Coffee (original blend, dark roast or decaf): $1.59

Caribou Coffee

Coffee of the day, small: $1.69

Panera Bread

Hot coffee, small: $1.89

Starbucks

Freshly brewed coffee, tall: $1.85

Bruegger's Bagels 

House blend coffee, small: $1.99

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Au Bon Pain, which is headquartered in Boston, operates more than 300 locations worldwide, according to the company's latest news release. In the release, the company also unveiled a new early spring menu that's available through April 25.

To find out if there's a location in your area, visit aubonpain.com. If you frequent Au Bon Pain, check out the eClub. Members get several freebies.

Also check out Raise.com, an online marketplace for discounted gift stores that carries cards for Au Bon Pain — among a bunch of other restaurant chains.

Now watch the major health benefits of drinking coffee:
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