Where to get free donuts on National Donut Day 2018


You can only get one per customer, though, so if you want your friends to have one, they'll have to come with you.

Dunkin' Donuts: Participating stores in Greenville and New Bern are offering a free classic doughnut with the purchase of any beverage while supplies last.

Krispy Kreme: The chain offers each customer a choice of any free doughnut, no purchase required.

Atlanta's own boutique doughnut shop located in Brookhaven, Bon Glaze, will also be offering a free sugary confection with any purchase. The shop at 4655 Monticello Ave. just started making these new treats starting this week, but they are set to remain on the menu after National Doughnut Day, said to Kevin Younger, assistant manager.

If you're the first customer at this Phoenix bakeshop, you'll get to enjoy a free donut latte.

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Dunkin' Donuts is giving away free doughnuts on Friday, June 1. The chain says it's selling caramel creme-filled, cinnamon sugar-coated donut hole dessert at participating locations for a limited time. Of course, Dunkin Donuts is celebrating.

National Doughnut Day will be celebrated tomorrow, June 1.

Locals may pick up free doughnuts on this auspiciously sweet occasion. It doesn't matter whether you spell it "donut" or "doughnut", as long as we all agree that free food is the best. Edible Arrangements is offering a free, cored Granny Smith apple covered in chocolate and other toppings, as well. From Saturday to Wednesday, any size or combo is buy-one-get-one free. It's good for a free donut, and Sugar Shack encourages you to give it someone who has done a good deed and deserves a treat. The shop is hosting a celebration from 7 a.m.to 8:30 a.m. By the end of the day, they expect to dole out 1.2 million of them.

In addition to serving doughnuts, the Donut Girls also provided writing supplies and stamps, and offered a clothes-mending service to the soldiers in battle.