I love freebies. So much so, it’s one of the main reasons I started this website.
If you’re new to the site, I highly recommend you check out my freebies section as I have created a ton of guides on the many ways to get freebies, from free baby formula to a free iPhone. I plan to add many more guides in the future as well. And, yes, they are all legit, I promise!
Today, I wanted to talk about the many companies that offer you free coffee samples. That’s right. 100% free.
All you need to do is fill out a simple form and just wait for your coffee sample to arrive. From exotic brands to the brands you see on your grocery store shelves, there quite a few ways to snag a free coffee sample.
If you’re a fan of coffee and loving trying new flavors, then consider adding your name to the many lists below to score a ton of freebies.
How to Get Free Coffee Samples (No Surveys Required)
Amora is a coffee subscription service and will send you a full bag for free* as long as you’re a first-time customer. I only put the asterisk there as they do charge a very small $1 shipping and handling fee. A great deal, nonetheless.
The coffee is roasted in the United States by generation Master Roasters, and they give you the option to choose from four original and flavor blends.
Even though you do need to put in your credit card number, you can cancel immediately after shipment to avoid any future charges. Or, again, if you like the sample, you can continue to receive it monthly for a small fee.
- Website: Amora
Download the free Caribou Perks coffee app and they will reward you with a free beverage after your first visit. You will also receive a free treat on your birthday as well. As a quick note, there are more than 200+ companies that will send you something free on your birthday.
To sign up, it only takes seconds to do so via the link below.
- Website: Caribou Coffee
Register for the free DD Perks app and Dunkin’ Donuts will send you a free beverage in any size on your birthday.
I know it’s not right now, but it’s something to consider for the future.
- Website: Dunkin’ Donuts
Ethiopian Specialty Coffee
What makes Ethiopian Specialty Coffee unique is that they inspect and bring the coffee all the way from an organic farm in Ethiopia. It’s a pretty cool story!
If it sounds like something of interest to you, they will send you a free coffee sample. All you need to do is let them know what your favorite coffee is and fill out the form below.
- Website: Ethiopian Specialty Coffee
As another subscription service, Groundwork Coffee lets you choose your grind and sample it at no cost. However, make sure you cancel ASAP as you will be charged every 15 days.
All Groundwork Coffee is certified organic and sustainably sourced.
- Website: Groundwork Coffee
Instant Ready Brew Colombia Coffee from Starbucks
Through DigiTry, you can request a free instant ready coffee from Starbucks. This company works with a ton of brands, including Starbucks, to help receive feedback from consumers.
In order to receive this free coffee sample, however, you are asked to create a free account and are then later asked to provide honest, unbiased feedback after trying. It doesn’t take long at all, trust me on this one. It kind works like the product testing opportunities you find on Swagbucks.
Kona Red Coffee
Simply fill out the form linked below and receive a free sample of the delicious Kona Red Coffee.
One sample per person with USA, Canada, Australia, UK and EU requests processed first.
- Website: Kona Coffee
MOCAFE Charcoal Moca Latte
Not exactly coffee, but in the same family, right?
Served either hot or cold, this latte is made from real charcoaled coconut shells, then combined with the purest cocoa they can find.
You can claim your free sample via the form linked below
- Website: MOCAFE
Nestle doesn’t always offer free coffee samples, but I have seen it from time to time. In the past, for example, they offer a free Nescafe Taster’s Choice coffee sample.
Follow the link below and then click on the “request a free sample” link to see what’s available right now. What you will find is that, many times, they offer a ton of free samples, not just coffee.
- Website: Nestle
Based in the Netherlands, Simon Levelt wants to send you a selection of their coffee and/or tea. All you need to do is fill out the form via the link below and wait.
The company was founded in 1826 and has more than 200 years of experience in roasting the world’s finest coffees.
- Website: Simon Levelt
Verified Gourmet Coffee
As a specialty coffee roaster in Wisconsin since 1990, Verified Gourmet Coffee often offers a free coffee sampler kit. They are said to be different than your supermarket as they flame roast using their traditional coffee roasting skills.
The sampler kit, as of now, includes four different roasts and is available to anyone residing in the United States. One per household.
- Website: VerifiedCoffee.com
I found this smaller coffee company in my research, and it appears they will send you up to two samples per household. They are said to be “more than just a cup of coffee.”
Just complete the form below if you’d like to try it out.
- Website: Vidacup Coffee
Don’t Forget to Check Out Other Freebie Websites
The coffee sample freebies I mentioned above are almost always available, but there are so many other freebies than this. The problem, however, is that they are available for a limited time, the main reason I’m not listing them here. By the time I do, they will probably be out.
Since I don’t have the manpower to update this page daily, I do recommend you check out the many freebie websites online that update almost daily.
In doing so, you can hopefully find a free coffee sample that works for you. Just search for coffee or even set up alerts to be notified ASAP. If you do find a free sample you like, be sure to jump on it quick as people love to sign up for free samples, no matter what it is.
Mark Down International Coffee Day on Your Calendar
Be sure to mark September 29, International Coffee Day, on your calendar.
On this day, so many big-name coffee retailers, such as Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts , Coffee Bean and Peet’s, to name a few, offer free coffees.
To find these opportunities, I just recommend you check out the freebie websites linked prior or even search the most recent results on Google to see which cafes in your area are giving away a free cup of Joe.
Follow Your Favorite Chain/Brand on Social Media
If you have a favorite brand and/or chain, consider liking any of their social media pages as these companies always offer special promotions. Some of my favorites include Keurig, Nescafe and Folgers. But, honestly, almost every brand has some sort of social media presence.
The problem, however, is that these deals go fast, only going to the faster person who signs up, much like those freebie websites.
If you do sign up, just make it a habit to check on occasion as you will never know when they pop up.
Write to Your Favorite Company
This is kind of an old-school tactic, but it may work in some cases.
Whether it’s e-mail or via the mail, some companies will send you samples and/or coupons simply for asking. Just let them know how much you like the product and ask if they have any coupons/sample available.
I’m not sure which companies do this, but if you have a brand you really like, it doesn’t hurt to send a note out.
If you want to try out some new coffee flavors, then it can be done.
Just fill out these forms and wait a few weeks for your sample to arrive. And, if you do find a free sample that’s not on this list, just make sure you’re ordering from an official website, not some random third-party scam site. There are a lot of them out there!
While I did my best to only include free coffee samples that are almost always active, there may be instances where they are out of stock. If that were the case, check back later to see if they re-opened registration again. Many of these companies will continue to restock.
As always, if you know of any company that’s giving away free coffee and/or you want to share some links, then you’re more than welcome to do so via the comments below.
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