National Doughnut Day freebies and deals

National Doughnut Day freebies and deals

Held annually on the first Friday of June, this year's National Doughnut Day marks 100 years since The Salvation Army's "Donut Lassies" served doughnuts to American soldiers on the front lines during World War 1.

Fans will also receive coupons for buy-one, get-one free doughnuts redeemable until June 17.

These shops are handing out free doughnuts, so get there in a hurry.

Walk in the door at Krispy Kreme and get a free doughnut of your choice with no additional purchase necessary.

Duffy's Sports Grill: Free order of Red Velvet Mini Donuts per table at Miami Beach and Kendall locations.

If you'd like to make your own doughnuts at home, the Salvation Army offers its classic and modern recipes, along with a link to donate to the nonprofit. No purchase necessary. Participating shops on Delmarva include the Salisbury, Maryland and New Castle, Delaware locations.

Duck Donuts: Enjoy a FREE Classic Duck Donut on June 1, 2018 including cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar or bare. The deal is good while supplies last.



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