national donut day 2015

Free Donuts This Friday!

Friday is National Donut Day. You could snag half a dozen free treats tomorrow, depending where you live. Make that a dozen if you’re willing to stop by each shop doughnut shop during two different shifts.

This “holiday” honors the Salvation Army volunteers who served free doughnuts and coffee to soldiers during World War I and World War II. We’ll skip the history lesson, though, so you can start charting your free-donut spree. Here’s everything you need to know…


Cumberland Farms

  • What: Free doughnut with the purchase of a hot or iced coffee or “Chill Zone” drink
  • When: 5 to 10 a.m. Friday
  • Where: “Any newly remodeled store,” which the company apparently does not define (click here for all locations)

Dunkin’ Donuts


Fractured Prune Doughnuts

  • What: Free OC Sand (which the company describes as its “signature creation made with honey glaze and dusted with cinnamon sugar”)
  • When: Friday
  • Where: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah (click here for all locations)

Honey Dew Donuts


Krispy Kreme

  • What: Free donut of your choice — no purchase necessary
  • When: Friday
  • Where: United States (including Puerto Rico, excluding Connecticut), Canada, Mexico, Australia, Turkey, several Asian countries (click here for all locations)
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LaMar’s Donuts

  • What: Free donut (“any doughnut with a hole”) — no purchase necessary
  • When: Friday
  • Where: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska (click here for all locations)

Shipley Do-Nuts


Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop

  • What: Free chocolate hazelnut donut filled with Nutella with the purchase of a hot drink (and with printable coupon)
  • When: Coupon valid through Aug. 30 (note that it can be used every time you visit)
  • Where: “Participating U.S. restaurants,” which the company apparently does not define (click here for all locations)

 

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