Wawa fans know it’s one of the cheapest places to grab a tasty cup of joe.
But this Thursday, the coffee’s getting even cheaper: It’s free!
Visit Wawa for Wawa Day on Thursday, April 14 to get any size coffee for free, all day.
The Pennsylvania-based store turns 52 on April 16, but is celebrating on April 14 — probably to satisfy the hordes of locals who visit the chain on their commute each morning.
Limit one free coffee per customer, please.
The Delicious Cult of Wawa
While Wawa coffee and subs (hoagies, please, we call them hoagies here) are a Philadelphia staple, the chain has been creeping up and down the east coast over the past few decades.
Wawa, which started as a dairy farm about 50 years before it opened its first store, started brewing and selling fresh coffee in 1975. The chain, which offers 24-hour service at most locations, prides itself for always having fresh pots of coffee, whether you’re craving French Vanilla, smoky Cuban Roast or a seasonal flavor.
You won’t be fiddling with tiny creamer packets here; you have full access to Wawa’s line of dairy products, including half-and-half, milk and Irish cream.
And if you miss Wawa Day, you can still save on coffee every other day of the year. You’ll struggle to pay more than $2 for a cup of the good stuff at this chain.
Your Turn: How do you take your Wawa coffee? Will you try a new flavor on the house?
Lisa Rowan is a writer, editor, and podcaster living in Washington, D.C. When she visits her family in Philadelphia, Wawa is usually her first stop.