Friday, June 1 marks National Doughnut Day, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by enjoying a delicious doughnut straight from the oven, or maybe the box your coworker brings into the office.
In addition to purchasing a full box of assorted pastries, many chains are offering customers a free doughnut on the day to make things even sweeter.
Scroll on to see where you can snag a free donut on Friday.
The chain will give away one free glazed doughnut to anyone who enters the store, with all Walmarts nationwide participating.
In a summer-themed move, customers can snag a free S’mores doughnut with the purchase of any medium beverage or larger.
While you also have to make a purchase to snag a free donut here, Dunkin’ Donuts is offering customers a free classic doughnut of their choice after buying any beverage.
— Dunkin’ Donuts (@dunkindonuts) May 30, 2018
Customers can choose one free bare, cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar donut, no purchase necessary. Visitors will also receive a “Buy One Donut, Get One Free” coupon, redeemable until June 17.
Stop by this convenience store between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. for a free doughnut with the purchase of a Farmhouse Blend or Chill Zone beverage.
Customers who purchase a pizza from the chain will also receive a free order of doughnut holes, which are a new addition to the restaurant’s menu.
— Papa John’s Pizza (@PapaJohns) May 30, 2018
Edible Arrangements is now dipping their displays into donuts, offering customers a free Edible Donut, a doughnut-shaped slice of Granny Smith apple dipped in chocolate, to customers at participating locations.
There’s no purchase necessary to snag a free “OC Sand” doughnut, which is a honey glazed, cinnamon sugar-covered offering.
While this isn’t an actual doughnut, the fast-food chain is debuting its Whopper Donut, a traditional Whopper burger with a hole cut into the middle. Customers will also receive the cut-out middle as a free slider.
we’ve found it: the holey grill.
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— Burger King (@BurgerKing) May 30, 2018
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