Krispy Kreme has announced Be Sweet Saturdays. Buy an Original Glazed Dozen and get one free to share! If you’re ordering online (click here to start that), use coupon code BESWEET to get the deal. This offer is only valid on Saturdays for a limited time. The full terms and details are here on the Krispy Kreme website. If you’re going through the drive-thru, mention this Facebook post with the offer. Each dozen will be sealed and packaged separately to make sharing easier. Also, one of your doughnuts in the dozen will be a Smiley Face doughnut (I call dibs!)
* Offer valid on Saturdays through 4/18/2020 at participating U.S. Krispy Kreme shops only and is subject to product availability (which may vary by market). Not valid in Puerto Rico. Limit 1 Be Sweet Dozen with full-priced Original Glazed Dozen purchase (or more) per person. Not valid with any other offer or coupon. Code required for redemption through online ordering for delivery or pickup. Void if altered, copied, sold, purchased, transferred, exchanged, taxed, restricted or prohibited by law. Not redeemable at grocery or convenience stores. Upcharge or exclusions may apply for specialty doughnuts or specialty dozens. Customer pays any sales tax.
Health Workers Free Dozen Mondays
Krispy Kreme wants to help those in the medical community who are working their tails off to keep us safe and healthy during this national crisis. So, on Mondays beginning on National Doctors’ Day March 30 and running through National Nurses Week on May 11, healthcare workers can get free dozens of Original Glazed Doughnuts. Show your employer badge as you go through the drive-thru to get the free doughnuts. It’s a small gesture for everything healthcare workers are going through right now, but it can’t hurt! Here are the full details of the offer from Krispy Kreme. They also posted the deal on Facebook.
About Krispy Kreme (from Wikipedia)
Krispy Kreme is an American global doughnut company and coffeehouse chain based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Vernon Rudolph founded Krispy Kreme in 1937. Vernon bought a yeast-raised recipe from a New Orleans chef, rented a building in 1937 in what is now historic Old Salem in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and began selling to local grocery stores. Steady growth preceded an ambitious expansion as a public company in the period 2000-2016, which ultimately proved unprofitable. In 2016, the company returned to private ownership under JAB Holding Company, a private Luxembourg-based firm.
On February 24, 2015, Krispy Kreme opened its 1,000th shop in Kansas City, Kansas.
Krispy Kreme sells their doughnuts their restaurants, as well as in grocery stores, convenience stores, Walmart, Target, and Shaw’s stores. Internationally, doughnuts are sold in Loblaws supermarkets, Petro-Canada gas stations, and as freestanding stores in Canada, along with BP Service Stations and Travel Centres and 7-Eleven stores in Australia. In the United Kingdom, Tesco supermarkets, Tesco Extra, and most Tesco service stations carry Krispy Kreme products. Service stations Moto, Welcome Break & Road Chef also carry self-service cabinets. In South Africa Krispy Kreme is available in selected Engen Service Stations, since September 2018.