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Wake Up & Smell The International Coffee Day Deals—From Espresso Machines To Chilling Bottles

Do you smell that? It’s the mouth-watering aroma of good deals. In case you haven’t heard, today’s International Coffee Day, the most glorious time of the year for caffeine lovers and frappuccino fans alike. For the next 24 hours, we all have free rein to buy the largest iced coffees known to man, without worry of being judge. And you bet after work hours we’ll be celebrating the weekend by sipping on an espresso martini or two.

But, in the midst of all the festivities, we’re here to remind you that today is also the time to take advantage of so many stellar coffee deals, from appliances to accessories. Whether you’re a fan of single-serve brewers, classic carafe crafts, or icey drinks, there’s a sale we found that you’ll love.

Below, check out seven International Coffee Day Deals that we can’t (and you shouldn’t) pass up on.

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Practically everywhere you look, from Amazon to Williams-Sonoma, has

HyperChiller Long Lasting Beverage Chiller

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HyperChiller Long Lasting Beverage Chiller

Iced coffee lovers, this one’s for you. The clever invention allows you to put room-temp or hot coffee into the bottle and chills the liquid in just one minute. All you have to do is swirl the drink around. For International Coffee Day, this unique contraption is $15 off.

Ninja DualBrew Pro Specialty Coffee System

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Ninja DualBrew Pro Specialty Coffee System

You won’t have to choose between a pod or carafe brewer when you have this multi-functional device. The coffee system does everything you’d want it to: function with coffee pods, brew ice-ready drinks, and create highly concentrated coffee that tastes the same as espresso. Not to mention, it comes with a frother. Your local coffee shop is going to have some stiff competition when this device is in your home.

Use the discount code SMILE20 to get 20% off today.

Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer

Courtesy: Mr. Coffee.

Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer

Now that the weather’s getting cooler, warm coffee is probably being added back into your rotation. Keep it toasty with this mug warmer. It’s always wallet-friendly at a $16 cost, but today it’s even cheaper costing just $11.

Chai SuperLatte

Courtesy: Clevr Blends.

Chai SuperLatte

You know this coffee is tasty since Meghan Markle invests in this plant-based company. Clevr Blends has a variety of flavors, but this chai one is speaking to us. Nothing says fall quite like a yummy chai latte on a Sunday afternoon. If you subscribe to delivery, you’ll get 15% off your total purchase.

JoyJolt Declan Coffee Mug

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JoyJolt Declan Coffee Mug

Every coffee connoisseur knows that the beauty of their crafts relies on the mug in which the drinks are held. This fancy-looking mug will show off your creations from top to bottom. Plus, a set of six is on sale today for under $23, so you’ll feel good and energized knowing you took advantage of a good deal.

The Warm Up: Eastern Conference Blend

Courtesy: Blk & Bold Coffee.

The Warm Up: Eastern Conference Blend

Combine two passions—sports and coffee—with this delicious blend. The black-owned coffee brand paired up with the NBA to craft this medium roast Ethiopian and Central American blend.

Dunkin' Original Blend Medium Roast Coffee

Courtesy: Amazon.

Dunkin’ Original Blend Medium Roast Coffee

Every Keurig owner knows that shelling out for K-Cups every few weeks can get expensive. Bring down that cost by taking advantage of this stellar deal: Snag 60 Dunkin’ coffee pods for $30.


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