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Using green? Krispy Kreme will provide you a free doughnut on St. Patrick's Day

Using green? Krispy Kreme will provide you a free doughnut on St. Patrick's Day

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA)-- Krispy Kreme is entering the St. Patrick's Day spirit, offering doughnut enthusiasts a totally free green doughnut if they, too, are using green.

Clients will be in luck if they show up to any getting involved Krispy Kreme location in the store or through the drive-thru, wearing green.

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The offer stands through St. Patrick's Day, which falls on Sunday, March 17, and is limited to one doughnut per client. You're in luck-- no purchase is necessary to get a free Krispy Kreme doughnut.

" Luck is meant to be shared, and our vibrant, enjoyable, brand new St. Patrick's Day doughnuts will make
everybody feel like they've found a pot of gold," Dave Skena, Global Chief Brand Officer for
Krispy Kreme said.

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The chain likewise has a limited-time St. Patrick's- themed lineup of specialty doughnuts:

  • Shooting Shamrock: An O'riginal glazed doughnut with light green icing and topped with a shamrock sugar piece

  • Luck of the Rainbow: An O'riginal glazed doughnut dipped in green icing topped with rainbow sprinkles and a buttercream cloud

  • Shamrock Cookies N' Kreme made with Oreo: Doughnut filled with cookies and Kreme with Oreo, dipped in white icing with green drizzle and St. Patrick's fusion sprays

  • Plaid Party Doughnut: Doughnut filled with white Kreme filling, dipped in chocolate icing and a drizzle of green icing

You can discover a full list of getting involved Krispy Kreme areas online.


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