- Krispy Kreme is giving away a dozen Original Glazed donuts with the purchase of any dozen on Friday, July 17th at participating stores to celebrate the brand’s 83rd birthday.
- In addition to giving away free donuts, Krispy Kreme will also extend the Hot Light hour at participating stores, which means you’ll have even longer to get fresh-baked donuts.
- There are no coupons for this promotion — you just need to buy a dozen donuts from Krispy Kreme on Friday, but you need to order in-store or takeout, as the deal doesn’t apply to delivery orders.
Good news has been hard to come by for the past four months (or four years, depending on who you ask), but here’s an announcement that might brighten up your day just a tad. On Friday, July 17th, Krispy Kreme will celebrate its 83rd birthday by giving away a dozen Original Glazed donuts with the purchase of any other dozen. Basically, if you buy 12 donuts from Krispy Kreme on Friday, you’ll get 12 more free of charge.
If a dozen free donuts aren’t enough to get you to your closest participating Krispy Kreme shop, the Hot Light will also be on for an extended period of time on July 17th. For those of you who have somehow avoided driving or walking by a Krispy Kreme your entire life, the huge “HOT NOW” sign lights up when fresh donuts are being made in the store, and they’ll still be piping hot when the box is handed to you.
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