Go green, get free Starbucks coffee + more

On Friday, April 15 chain-coffee retailer Starbucks will reward its eco-friendly customers with free java.

It’s simple, according to the official Web site, bring in a reusable travel mug and get a free cup of coffee. The standard caveats apply, the amount of coffee is limited to 20 ounces and the offer is only avaliable at “participating locations.” The site says it’s also contingent “while supplies last.”

It’s a good deal for coffee drinkers who also have a stake in what happens to the world around them.

Fast food retailer Jack in the Box will also be in the giving mood April 15. No, it’s not coffee. The company is giving away a small order of fries on what it’s calling “Fryday.” No purchase is necessary, according to a release, but the number of times you can partake is. The giveaway is also limited to “one order per guest for the day.”

Do they really track that?

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