Panera Is Giving Out FREE Coffee All Summer Long—Here’s How to Get It

Thanks to Panera, you can indulge in a fresh brew (hot or iced!) any day this summer.

If you’re anything like us (and 99% of Americans), coffee is your go-to morning pick-me-up. While we love a good cup o’ joe from Starbucks, there’s no better coffee than free coffee. Panera Bread is filling up your mug for free during breakfast, lunch and even dinner all summer long.

You read that right—Panera is dishing out free coffee every day this summer through Labor Day! Here’s how to snag your cuppa.

Panera Just Brewed up the Best Deal

Last week, Panera posted a poll asking customers if they’d like free coffee through summer, and a staggering 87% of 500,000 voters screamed “yes!” The deal includes any size of hot or cold coffee drinks plus hot tea, and your cup can be filled up once every two hours with free refills. Of course, if you’re in the dining room, you can get as many refills as you want without the wait.

The deal does require a Panera subscription, so you’ll have to sign up to reap the benefits of free coffee. On the bright side, the coffee membership won’t cost you anything—Panera is dropping the $8.99 MyPanera + Coffee fee until later this summer.

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Don’t Wait to Sign Up

To cash in on free coffee, make sure you sign up for a MyPanera + Coffee subscription before July 4. The promotion runs through Labor Day on September 7, so you’ll have plenty of time to get your free coffee fill. If you’re not too keen on heading in-store, don’t worry; Panera is still offering pickup and delivery.

There’s no better time to sip a fresh brew from Panera!

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.