To celebrate World Coffee Day, this Friday, the 14th, coffee chains in the capital of São Paulo are offering promotions for customers.
Mais1.Café will distribute 100,000 cups of the drink for free at all its units in São Paulo. Strained and espresso versions will be offered, made with Arabica beans.
To withdraw, you need to register in the Mais1 Café application, generate a code and present it at the counter.
The franchise has stores in neighborhoods such as Casa Verde (av. Bráz Leme, 721), in the north zone, Moema (av. dos Carinás, 301), in the south zone, Pinheiros (av. Pedroso de Morais, 780), in the west, and República (R. Barão de Itapetininga, 37), downtown.
Another coffee shop giving away free coffee on Friday is Splash Bebidas Urbanas. The promotion, called Café da Sabrina —a reference to Sabrina Sato, a partner of the brand— offers espresso.
Customers must mention the campaign, which runs throughout the day, to win a 50 ml glass of the drink. There are addresses in Tatuapé (r. Apucarana, 1067), in the east zone, and Pinheiros (r. Fradique Coutinho, 453), in the west zone, among other places.
At Go Coffee, whoever buys a coffee gets another one just like it on the date. The drinks that are part of the promotion are espresso, americano, Brazilian cappuccino and the home line: coffee beans, ground coffee and cappuccino.
One of the chain’s most recent units is located on Avenida Paulista. Other addresses can be consulted on Instagram @gocoffeebrasil.
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