Krispy Kreme BOGO Deal: Buy A Dozen Doughnuts, Get A Dozen Free

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A dozen free doughnuts? Sounds like a fantasy, but Krispy Kreme is making this a delicious reality with their latest BOGO deal.

From now until May 19, you have the opportunity to get your hands on some free doughnuts, and you definitely don’t want to miss this awesome offer. In order to get this deal, you simply have to sign up for Krispy Kreme’s rewards program on their website.

Then, when you purchase a dozen doughnuts, you will get a dozen more — for free. You can use this deal up to two times per rewards account, so if everyone in your office or circle of family and friends is smart enough to sign up for the rewards program, you will have doughnuts for days whenever one of you hits up your local Krispy Kreme.

Remember, when you pick up your free doughnuts, you will need to show the cashier the Krispy Kreme rewards app on your phone or give them the phone number associated with your account.

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There are other perks you can enjoy when you join the rewards program, including a free doughnut and coffee on your birthday. The rewards program will also help you earn points every time you stop at Krispy Kreme, which you means you will be one step closer to free stuff, such as doughnuts, specialty coffees and more.

And you can check out some of Krispy Kreme’s delicious spring flavors, such as Key lime, pineapple and strawberry. Filled with a fruity ‘kreme,’ these warm-weather doughnuts won’t be around forever. If you want to try these fruit-forward offerings, be sure to check them out at your local participating Krispy Kreme by June 16.

But remember, the BOGO dozen doughnuts rewards offer only applies to the classic glazed dozen, not specialty doughnut options.

Who’s ready for some doughnuts?

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