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Krispy Kreme Turns 80, Donuts Priced 80 Cents On Friday

Krispy Kreme Turns 80, Donuts Priced 80 Cents On Friday
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Krispy Kreme Turns 80, Donuts Priced 80 Cents On Friday

Krispy Kreme, one of the world’s most famous doughnut shops, is turning 80 and the company is celebrating by selling a dozen of their original glazed doughnuts for only 80 cents. Oddly enough it isn’t that simple, since customers will have to buy a dozen of any doughnut in order to get the original glazed dozen for 80 cents.

This is arguably the most popular flavor from the doughnut company, despite having a ton of different variations in the past 80 years. Aside from most flavors fans are familiar with, the company also tends to release movie-themed doughnuts for fun. Krispy Kreme also tends to add a number of popular chocolates to their doughnuts, often resulting in delicious buys from everyone.

Here is the full Press Release from Krispy Kreme:

“July 2017 marks 80 years of Krispy Kreme! You heard that right. We’re turning 80. And, we’re just getting started.

That’s 8 decades of the deliciousness that is the Original Glazed doughnut™. An icon in its own right, to this day our world-famous Original Glazed doughnut™ is made from a recipe dating back to the 1930s.

Krispy Kreme’s story began in 1937 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The same decade the Sydney Harbour Bridge opened!

If you haven’t tried an Original Glazed yet, you need to try one, now! Luckily, we’ve got just the offer for you!

To celebrate our 80th Birthday we’re bringing you a special one day only offer – “Buy any Dozen and get an Original Glazed Dozen for 80 cents”. Join us in store on 14th July 2017 to get this exclusive offer.”

July 14 is the only time people will be able to make use of the offer, so fans of the doughnut franchise better get there early. This Friday should be a memorable day for fans of the company. It should also be a profitable day for the company itself.

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Nico Parungo graduated with a bachelor degree in film making, before pursuing a writing career. He has been writing for more than four years, focusing on video games, comic books and WWE.

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