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Free coffee and tea this week at Red Trolley

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You know what would make this week infinitely better? Free access to caffeine. And it turns out that Red Trolley, the ritzy ice cream joint at 2639 West 32nd Avenue, agrees.

Sign up for Red Trolley's monthly newsletter on its blog and you'll get a coupon good for free coffee and tea all this week. That's right --not just one free cup of joe or a couple of gratis tea packets, but a whole week of piping-hot goodness without once having to flash your wallet.

And Red Trolley serves the good stuff: Westword best-of winner Novo Coffee and private-label, whole-leaf teas. What's s the catch? Well, you'll be getting a few more e-mails in your inbox --but that's a small price to pay for a week of caffeine jitters on the house.

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