National Iced Tea Day 2023: Freebies and Deals (6/10)
National Iced Tea Day is June 10! Every year the world celebrates National Tea Day by enjoying an ice-cold glass of tea. Many restaurants and stores offer free tea, awesome discounts, giveaways, and more! We’ll be updating this list through June 10th so make sure to keep checking back for the latest!
National Ice Tea Day Freebies & Deals
Join the Bojangles e-club to get exclusive offers. In the past they have offered a free 1/2 gallon of their signature iced tea on 6/10. They’re located in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia, and D.C.
With dozens of locations in Texas (and one in AZ), Bush’s Chicken claims to have the best sweet tea in town. Last year everyone could get a free 32 ounce iced tea from 2 to 5 p.m. We’ll update when you hear the 2023 offer!
If you’re a Casey’s rewards member you can get a FREE Pure Leaf Tea on 6/10. If you’re not already a rewards member then sign up today because new members also get a free fountain drink just for signing up. This is every day! Not just on National Iced Tea Day!
Casey’s General Stores, Inc. is a chain of Gas Stations in the Midwestern and Southern United States. As of April 30, 2019, Casey’s had 2,146 stores in 16 states. -Wikipedia
Fraser Tea and is offering 10% off your online tea order any time between June 6th-18th with the promo code “June10.” This offer is nationwide, but Fraser is in Michigan.
Love’s Travel Stops
For the first time ever, in 2021 Love’s Travel Stops gave away free iced tea on National Iced Tea Day through the app. Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores is the nation’s leading travel stop network with 560 locations in 41 states. We’ll let you know if they participate this year.
McAlister’s will have their 30-days of tea offer. The tea pass is $6.99 and you can get any tea of your choice during the whole month of June.
Download the QuikTrip app to get a coupon for a FREE Big QTea! Quick Trip has over 800 locations. They operate in the Midwestern, Southern, and Southeastern United States as well as in Arizona. -Wikipedia
Know of any we missed? Let us know!
More About Ice Tea
Next to water, Iced Tea has been one of the most popular refreshing drinks since the 19th century. In 2014 80 billion servings of tea was consumed by people all over the United States. Hot cup of tea, move over; because, 85% of tea consumed is iced! Ice Tea can be consumed in so many ways. For example, sweetened, unsweetened, spiked – also known as Hard Iced Tea, mixed with lemonade to make an Arnold Palmer, or really any flavor mixed in makes the perfect refreshing drink for anyone!
Iced Tea is one of the most consumed drinks in America. In 1904, during the World’s Fair in St.Louis is where ice tea really started gaining popularity. During the summer it was especially hot and over 200,000 people (from all over the country) in attendance were looking for a refreshing drink to help cool down. A hot tea vendor at the fair decided to add ice to his tea and the visitors couldn’t get enough.
During Prohibition when alcohol was illegal, people had no choice but to find something else to drink. Ice Tea started becoming more popular. In the 19th century people started realizing tea spiked with alcohol was especially tasty!
Health Benefits of Iced Tea
Tea of any kind is rich in antioxidants which helps to prevent chronic diseases and reduces inflammation. It also helps to repair cells in the body. From heart-healthy benefits to cancer-fighting properties, tea even helps decrease your risk of becoming diabetic.
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Source: Health Benefits of Tea