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Score a Dozen Krispy Kreme Donuts For $1 Today: Here’s How

Score a Dozen Krispy Kreme Donuts For $1 Today: Here’s How

Donut miss out on this sweet deal: Krispy Kreme is offering customers a dozen Original Glazed donuts for just $1 for today only. Get a sweet treat for just $1 when you buy a dozen donuts or a 16-count of minis at regular price. The offer is valid only for today, and customers have the option to shop either in-store or through the drive-thru, according to the company’s website.

Krispy Kreme customers can enjoy the “Day of the Dozens” offer with a limit of two redemptions when purchasing in-store or through the drive-thru. For those who choose to purchase online for pick-up or delivery, there is a single redemption available using the promotional code “DOZEN.”

The company, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is urging customers participating in the Day of the Dozen to share their celebrations by posting and tagging #DayofDozens, as well as tagging the brand on social media.

Krispy Kreme’s Day of the Dozens Also Includes Their ‘Elf’ Movie Tribute Treats

The Day of the Dozens deal also extends the limited-edition “Elf” Holiday Collection. These decorative donuts are in celebration of the holiday classic’s 20th anniversary.

The “Elf” collection showcases a merry variety of donuts. These include the whimsical Buddy Snow Globe donut, the mouthwatering Buddy Makes Breakfast donut, the festive Christmas Lights donut, and the jolly Santa Belly donut.

Meanwhile, if you’ve ever wanted to taste the Christmas flavor of Buddy’s Elf spaghetti, this is your year. HelloFresh brought back its popular Buddy the Elf Spaghetti kit for the holidays. This limited-edition kit, which sold out in minutes last year, includes a recipe card, Colavita spaghetti, maple syrup, chocolate syrup, marshmallows, chocolate candies, and a decadent chocolate frosted pastry.

Krispy Kreme was established by Vernon Rudolph (1915–1973). He purchased a yeast-raised recipe from a talented chef in New Orleans, then rented a building in 1937 in what is now the historic Old Salem in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Initially, Krispy Kreme sold its products to local grocery stores.

Over time, the company experienced steady growth, leading to an ambitious expansion as a public company from 2000 to 2016. Unfortunately, this expansion proved to be unprofitable. In 2016, Krispy Kreme returned to private ownership under JAB Holding Company, a private Luxembourg-based firm. However, in July 2021, Krispy Kreme went public once again and is now traded on the Nasdaq.