Like past year, Dunkin' Donuts is celebrating National Doughnut Day by giving one free doughnut per customer with the purchase of any beverage. The "Donut Lassies", also known as the Doughnut Girls, served along the front lines during WWI and WWII, giving soldiers free coffee and doughnuts in the trenches. The donut now serves as a symbol of the services and comfort The Salvation Army provides to more than 25 million people each year. The Salvation Army is just one of several places that'll be offering free food this Friday. The offer is valid at all participating Dunkin' Donuts locations nationwide, throughout the entire day on Friday, June 2.
Along with popular classic donuts, guests can try two new donut varieties featuring fun and colorful new sprinkle toppings, including the Vanilla Cake Batter Donut and Dunkin' Donuts Sprinkles Donut. And all receipts printed on June 2 will come with a coupon touting a "Buy One Get One Free 1/2 Dozen" deal, which can be redeemed Monday through Wednesday until August 31.
Krispy Kreme: Grab a free doughnut of your choice on June 2nd, with no purchase necessary.
National Doughnut Day was created in Chicago of 1938, to honor the Dough Lassies, or female volunteers who made donuts for soldiers during World War I. Now, it's a nationally celebrated holiday.