National Donut Day: Celebrate with Free Donuts and Deals

National Donut Day is on Friday, June 2, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate with free donuts and deals. Here are a few of the best offers:

  • Dunkin’: Get a free classic donut with the purchase of any beverage.
  • Krispy Kreme: Get a free donut of any kind (up to a $2.59 value) with any purchase. You can also get a dozen original glazed donuts for $2 when you buy any dozen donuts.
  • The Dapper Doughnut: Get a free six-pack of cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar donuts with any purchase from June 2-4. Valid in-store with any priced item; online deal activated with a $5 minimum purchase.
  • Duck Donuts: Get a free cinnamon sugar donut on Friday, June 2, in Duck Donuts shops. No purchase necessary.
  • Casey’s General Stores: Get a buy-one-get-one-free donut deal for all Casey’s Rewards members. Also during June, on Tuesday get two regular donuts for $2 or two premium donuts for $3. On Saturdays, get half a dozen donuts for $4.49.
  • Honey Dew Donuts: Get a free donut with any beverage purchase on Friday, June 2.
  • LaMar’s Donuts: Free Ray’s Original glazed donuts will be given out for free all day and some LaMar’s customers will get a free National Donut Day T-shirt while supplies last.
  • Maverik Adventure’s First Stop: If you belong to the Adventure club, Maverik Adventure’s First Stop rewards club, you get 50% off all donuts on National Donut Day; those Adventure Club Nitro members will receive one free donut all day (one per transaction on both offers).
  • Shipley Do-Nuts: Get one free glazed Do-Nut per person Friday with purchase online (with the code Donutday23) or in-store from 5 a.m.-12 p.m., while supplies last. (Limit one per person with purchase at participating locations.)
  • Taco Bell: Get free Cinnabon Delights on Friday with any order of $20 or more on DoorDash, Uber Eats, Postmates and GrubHub. Just add Cinnabon Delights (2 pack) to your cart.
  • Tim Hortons: Get a free donut Friday if you buy any sized hot or iced beverage using the Tim Hortons app or online at
  • Yonutz’s: The first 10 Yonutz guests at the top of each hour will receive a free Smashed Donut of their choice, limited to one per person, starting at 4 p.m. until closing time. There will also be surprises and giveaways during the day.
  • Doughnut Plant: On Friday, the New York City doughnut maker is giving out a limited-edition Espresso Martini mini cake donut – it comes in a special box – with any purchase. The donut, made in collaboration with Neil Patrick Harris’s new ready-to-drink After Hours Espresso Martini cocktail from Thomas Ashbourne Craft Spirits, will be on sale starting Saturday through June 8. With the donut, you also get a QR code for 20% off any Thomas Ashbourne purchase.
  • Legendary Doughnuts: With any donut purchase on National Doughnut Day, the Seattle and Tacoma, Washington area donut maker is giving a raffle ticket for the chance to win a dozen doughnuts a month for a year. Buy a Red Bull Spritzer for a chance to win four movie tickets, or a grand prize of either four tickets to Wild Waves Theme & Water Park in Federal Way, Washington, or a gift card to Anthony’s Restaurants.
  • The Butler County (Ohio) Donut Trail: The Butler County Donut Trail, which encompasses 80 miles in southwestern Ohio, has collaborated with The Mullen Dairy & Creamery for a limited-release Chocolate Sprinkled Donut milk, inspired by the trail and to celebrate National Donut Day. The milk will be available at locations around Butler County starting on Friday, while supplies last.
  • Stan’s Donuts & Coffee: On Friday, get a free Glazed Cake Donut with any purchase at any of the 16 Stan’s Donuts & Coffee locations throughout Chicagoland. Want to get started early? The donut maker will add a 13th donut free on Baker’s Dozen catering orders. (Catering orders require a four dozen minimum to qualify.)

These are just a few of the many National Donut Day deals available.

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