How to get a dozen free doughnuts from Krispy Kreme

Daniel Fowler
July 13, 2020

No matter what you planned or how noble your mates" intentions were, birthdays just haven't been the same during lockdown - I think I speak for all of us when I say "let's never speak of Zoom quizzes again'. There's good news. For today only, Krispy Kreme Australia is giving away 350,000 free doughnuts to anyone born between March 13th and July 13th.

Krispy Kreme will be handing out free boxes containing their Original Glazed dozen to birthday boys and girls.

As part of Krispy Kreme's 83rd birthday celebrations, the doughnut hawkers are celebrating by giving out absolute gobs of their Original Glazed Doughnuts to those of us who have had to endure our birthdays in isolation. Don't forget to tag your friends/family - they can enjoy a tasty belated celebration too!

Donut giant Krispy Kreme has offered free treats to those who celebrated their big day in isolation.

That's right - buy a dozen, get a dozen. Offer only available if you show valid ID with a birthday between the 23rd March and 3 July.

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Richard Cheshire, Krispy Kreme UK and Ireland CEO, said: "We started making our iconic Original Glazed doughnut from the U.S. in 1937".

"After 83 years, we're still hot ... and fresh ... and delicious", Dave Skena, chief marketing officer, said in a press release.

Krispy Kreme NZ retail manager Antonio Rivera said the company had chose to share some joy to those who had missed out on celebrating their birthdays in lockdown.

The offer won't extend to people in the Northern Territory and South Aus and will only be available at the drive-thru stores in Fawkner, Fountain Gate, and Bulleen in Victoria, to avoid contact with customers during the recent outbreak in the State. That's for in-store purchase and online delivery.

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