Working on Black Friday? Seattle's Best Coffee Wants to Perk up Your Day with Free Coffee
People Working Can Claim their Free Coffee on the Seattle's Best Coffee Facebook Pageand at Participating Seattle's Best Coffee Stores
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- While countless people shop the day after Thanksgiving, for millions of others, Black Friday is a very hectic day of work. That's why Seattle's Best Coffee, part of Starbucks Corporation (NAS: SBUX) , is offering free coffee to those working on the busiest shopping day of the year.
Free Seattle's Best Coffee on Facebook & at Participating Locations
People working on Black Friday can visit the Seattle's Best Coffee Facebook page to request their free sample of Level 3 coffee*, which brews a 10-cup pot of medium and balanced coffee. Free coffee will be available now through November 25, or while supplies last.
Those looking to enjoy a coffee break on Black Friday can stop by participating Seattle's Best Coffee stores on Friday, November 23, to receive a free small cup of brewed coffee. To find a participating Seattle's Best Coffee store, visit www.facebook.com/seattlesbestcoffee.
Black Friday Coffee Coupon
There's also a special offer on Facebook for Black Friday deal seekers - a $2-off coupon for Seattle's Best Coffee® Levels packaged coffee, which can be redeemed at grocery stores and mass retailers nationwide.
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*Sample size is 1.75 oz of ground coffee.Seattle's Best Coffee reserves the right to substitute coffee sample type.
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