Wed. Oct 20th, 2021

Krispy Kreme is 81 years old. The celebration is on.

For a dollar, you get a dozen doughnuts. Yes! You heard it right!

Doughnuts are irresistible, and when they are provided at a discount, they just attract you to take on the offer.

The day set is July 27, Friday, the day when Krispy Kreme turns 81. You can buy twelve of your favorite glazed, classic original doughnuts by purchasing a dozen doughnuts at the regular price. For the additional dozen doughnuts, you just have to pay $1 and the discounted price is an offer for just a week.

You get this discounted offer only at participating stores spread across Canada and the United States. You can check at the company’s website for the participating centers to delight in the doughnut offer.

Good news to further delight doughnut lovers is the special Glazed Confetti Doughnut. The glazed doughnuts have confetti sprinkles all over it. They have a colorful topping too. This offer is for one week only, which is from July 27 to August 2, Friday to Friday, until supplies last.

Glazed Confetti doughnuts have sprinkles inside it too and have a special crunch and color to it.

Birthday celebrations with birthday-cake vanilla flavor bring back nostalgic moments, says Krispy Kreme.

The special birthday occasion has to reach out to all customers and Krispy Kreme is going on an all-out effort, to make everyone share in its sweet moments on July 27.

Last year was the 80th birthday and Krispy Kremes offered a dozen doughnuts for 80 cents to customers buying a dozen doughnuts at the regular price.

In 2015, a “day of the dozens” was celebrated by the company on Dec 12. On this day, customers were provided with a dozen doughnuts for free for every purchase of a dozen doughnuts at the regular price.

The offer is on and awaits customers.

By Carrie Adams

Carrie Adams is journalism graduate from New Mexico State University.  She’s based in T or C but grew up in New Jersey. After graduating school, Carrie couldn’t dream of going back to the New Jersey winters. Carrie has written for NPR, TODAY and the Huffington Post. Carrie is a health and science reporter, focusing issues affecting families.

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