Here Is How To Get A Free Krispy Kreme Doughnut This Week
Are you in the mood for a sweet treat?
We assume the answer is “yes.”
Fortunately for doughnut lovers, you’ll soon be able to grab a free—yes, free—doughnut.
Soft, sweet, and melt-in-your-mouth good - doughnuts come in all flavours, shapes, and sizes, and they’re all delicious to boot.
Krispy Kreme’s Heartland Town Centre location in Mississauga is giving away free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day!
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NATIONAL DOUGHNUT DAY IS COMING!!! Our favorite day of the year is Friday June 7th! To celebrate you can get any doughnut FREE! This year we want to giveaway 1 MILLION DOUGHNUTS!! ANNNDD If you help us reach this goal, we’ll have another giveaway of our next new doughnut - for free - later this month! #nationaldoughnutday #krispykreme
National Doughnut Day is celebrated on the first Friday of June each year, which means this year it falls on June 7.
According to a recent Twitter post, if you go into a Krispy Kreme location on June 7, you can snag a free treat.
This year the popular doughnut shop wants to give away one million doughnuts. They have stated that they will have another giveaway later this month with their new doughnuts if people help them achieve their current goal.
June 7th is #NationalDoughnutDay! Come visit us and get ANY DOUGHNUT FREE! This year we want to give away 1 MILLION DOUGHNUTS. Help us achieve this & we'll have another giveaway later this month with our next new . Trust us, it will be out of this world! https://t.co/Zsuu3kFGmR pic.twitter.com/V9J00GM2t0— Krispy Kreme (@krispykreme) June 3, 2019
Krispy Kreme’s Heartland Town Centre location has confirmed that they will be giving away one free doughnut per customer.
So, will you be stopping by for a complimentary doughnut?
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