Krispy Kreme giving out free doughnuts every day this week for July 4th — how to get one
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Fans of Krispy Kreme can score a free doughnut this week in honor of America’s birthday, as well as have the chance to get a free Original Glazed dozen.
The doughnut chain said fans who wear red, white, and blue to participating U.S. Krispy Kreme shops can get a free doughnut of their choice every day between June 27 and July 4. Additionally, fans can get a free Original Glazed dozen with the purchase of any dozen at the regular price between July 1 and July 4.
Krispy Kreme has also launched four all-new doughnuts, called the "I Heart America" collection, in honor of Independence Day.
The Soaring Firework Heart is a heart-shaped doughnut filled with Strawberries & Kreme, dipped in red icing and decorated with an icing drizzle and star sugar piece. The Patriotic Cookies & Kreme Heart is a heart-shaped doughnut filled with Cookies & Kreme, dipped in white icing, and topped with cookie and icing drizzles.
The Stars & Stripes Heart is filled with Kreme, dipped in white icing and decorated like a flag with a red icing drizzle and a star sprinkle blend, while the Star-Spangled Sprinkle is an Original Glazed doughnut dipped in blue icing and topped with red and white star sprinkles.
Stars, stripes, sprinkles, and more adorn four all-new heart-shaped doughnuts; guests wearing red, white, and blue receive a free doughnut of choice June 27-July 4; Original Glazed Dozen FREE BOGO available July 1-4 (Photo: Business Wire)
Krispy Kreme is also continuing to offer its "Beat the Pump" promotion through Aug. 31, in which the price for a dozen Original Glazed doughnuts each Wednesday is based on the national U.S. average price for a gallon of regular gas, as reported by AAA.
The doughnut giant has offered promotions in line with other world events in the past. In 2021, Krispy Kreme offered a free glazed doughnut to anyone who showed a valid COVID-19 vaccination card.
In January, it offered a free box of original glazed doughnuts to blood donors amid an ongoing need for blood donations. That month, the American Red Cross declared its first-ever national blood crisis in the U.S. and warned the public about the worst shortage in over a decade.
Just last week, it announced some relief from the heat in the form of frozen desserts with the launch of its new soft serve ice cream.
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This story was reported from Cincinnati.