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Happy international coffee day! Wake up with these crazy caffinated deals. Above: Latte art is displayed during the finals of the German Barista Championships in Hamburg April 17, 2011. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen

Tuesday Sept. 29 is International Coffee Day and many coffee companies are offering deals and freebies to customers all day. Most coffee chains are giving away genuine freebies, usually a free cup of coffee. Other companies are giving partial deals, like a free coffee when you buy another product, or entry into some-sort of contest with a caffeinated prize for a lucky few. So what are Tuesday’s coffee deals and who’s offering the best one? Here are 6 deals that we know of, and one place (Starbucks) where we know you won’t be getting any freebies.

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Coffee Beanery : Discount ($1) coffee of any size all day and beans: pound of grounds for $2.

Whole Foods: 0.25 cent coffee on Tuesday & Wednesday.

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: Iced coffee and iced Americanos for 50% off

Peet’s Coffee & Tea: Free small cup of Peet’s Major Dickason blend with any purchase of a baked good, oatmeal, or fresh food item.

Dunkin’ Donuts: Free medium cup of coffee, hot or iced

Krispy Kreme: Free small coffee & a glazed doughnut.

Starbucks isn’t giving any freebees, but they’re celebrating International Coffee Day by giving coffee trees to coffee farmers. Like they didn’t have enough of those? Just kidding -- they’re special fungus-resistant trees, bound for Central American countries in need.

“For every bag of coffee you buy at participating stores, Starbucks® will donate one of these new trees to a farm in need, beginning in Central America.”

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