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Krispy Kreme to give away 100,000 doughnuts

The offer will be available across all stores in NSW, WA and QLD.

Krispy Kreme is giving away 100,000 free Original Glazed doughnuts to Australians on National Doughnut Day this 4 June, the company announced.

The offer will be available across all Krispy Kreme stores in NSW, WA and QLD, excluding 7-Eleven, BP, Woolworths and Jesters.

Given the current lockdown restrictions in Melbourne, Krispy Kreme said there will be a delay in celebrating National Doughnut Day in VIC, to ensure the chain “is adhering to local government advice.”

“National Doughnut Day is our absolute favourite day of the year - we love sharing the joy of our famous Original Glazed doughnuts and relish the chance to put a smile on our customers’ faces,” Krispy Kreme Australia retail director Nicola Steele said in a media release.

Participating stores are as follows:

● NSW: Auburn, Central Lee (Sydney CBD), Chatswood, Liverpool, Mascot, Parramatta (Level 1), Parramatta (Level 5), Penrith, Mt Druitt, Sydney Domestic T3, Sydney Domestic T2

● QLD: Redbank Plains, Shell Nudgee, Pacific Fair, Albert St (Brisbane CBD), Acacia Ridge, Surfers Paradise, Brisbane Jetstar (Domestic Terminal)

● WA: Myaree, Whitford City, Cannington and Hay St.

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