Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts - here's how to get some

Daniel Fowler
July 14, 2020

If your birthday fell during the Period Of Nothingness known as lockdown (or, in a few years' time, "lockdown number 1 of N"), Krispy Kreme have decided to somewhat make up for it with a free doughnut. Basically, if you buy 12 donuts from Krispy Kreme on Friday, you'll get 12 more free of charge.

That's right, all you have to do to qualify is literally be born in those dates, bring your tow, and you'll be walking away with a scrumptious dozen of Original Glazed doughnuts.

The Doughnut Bites cost $3.97 four five sleeves of four and the Mini Crullers are $3.97 for four sleeves of two.

Krispy Kreme Doughnut Bites and Mini Crullers began selling in Walmart on June 22.

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"After 83 years, we're still hot ... and fresh ... and delicious", said Chief Marketing Officer Dave Skena.

If you missed out on having a big birthday 'do this year so far because of the lockdowns and social restrictions, Krispy Kreme wants to make sure you don't feel forgotten.

According to a Krispy Kreme press release: "Guests can enjoy doughnuts dining in at certain shops as Krispy Kreme continues to put the well-being of guests and team members first by complying with government and health-related safety guidelines". Along with "Selfridges, Bentalls, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Asda, Moto, Universities, Welcome Break, Roadchef, Shell, EuroGarages, Center Parcs, Krispy Kreme mobile events, Krispy Kreme Occasions, and online orders"?

In May, Krispy Kreme offered a free "2020 Graduate Dozen" of their doughnuts to graduating high school and college seniors at participating locations. Have you ever had a Krispy Kreme donut fresh off the line? Krispy Kreme's birthday special in Canada is offering just that. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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