Reese’s New Collab Has Us Buzzing, and You Can Try It for Free

If you need a pick-me-up after daylight saving time begins, this will do the trick.

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Dotdash Meredith/Janet Maples

As daylight saving time approaches, many will start to dread the lost hour of sleep and the confusion of setting all our clocks forward—yes, even the one in your car.

To help with the transition, International Delight, the brand most known for its coffee creamers, is turning daylight saving time into "Delight Saving Time," with an iced coffee collaboration to infuse you with enough caffeine to think straight.

How to Get International Delight Reese’s Iced Coffee for Free

A few years ago, International Delight released a ready-to-drink Reese's iced coffee in a carton, saying the "sweet and creamy mashup is going to take iced coffee and REESE's lovers to tantalizing new levels."

That peanut butter-chocolate-coffee mashup is now in cans, and on March 10-11, you can get Reese's Iced Coffee Cans for free at participating 7-Eleven, Speedway, and Stripes stores.

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International Delight/Allrecipes

To get one for free, you must have a rewards program account on the 7Rewards (that works with 7-Eleven and Stripes) or Speedy Rewards app. On March 10, a coupon for one free International Delight Reese's Iced Coffee Can will show up on the app (while supplies last).

The coffee cans aren't the only new thing from Reese's. While you're at the convenience store, pick up a bag of the new Reese's Medals, the newest Reese's shape that looks like an Olympic medal to celebrate the upcoming Summer Olympics.

Read the original article on All Recipes.