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August 30, 2006


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My wife used to work at the Krispy Kreme across the street from us. Imagine a DOZEN free donuts (any kind!) every single day. Oddly enough, I actually lost weight eating an average of three or four donuts each day... but that's probably because I'd feel so sick the rest of the day I wouldn't eat anything.

I love Krispy Kreme donuts!!!!!! But I had to stop eating them when I became a vegetarian :(

Does anyone have an alternative that's just as good?

I won't eat Krispy Kreme donuts if they aren't hot. They are good hot, but I'm not a huge fan otherwise.

One of the best runs in college was "back from Krispy Kreme". We had been joking about doing it all season, so at the end of the year a few of us got dropped off at Krispy Kreme where we each ate between 6 and 12 donuts (I had 12). Then we ran back to school, which was only about 3.5 miles or so. Thankfully, I had an iron stomach and had no trouble coming back. The other guys were having to stop and hurl off the side of the road a few times.

I could never convince anybody to do that run again.

Well, I grew up in Winston-Salem where Krispy Kreme doughnuts is headquartered, and I've probably been eating them for forty years, and I've never heard about this "one free" policy. Anyone else?

James --

A quote from above:

"This is done on a store-by-store basis, so you'll need to ask your local Krispy Kreme if they offer this or not."

I'm not sure where it is and where it isn't (I stumbled upon it by accident -- in to buy other doughnuts when the hot sign was on -- they don't really publicize it here). My suggestion for everyone is to call your local KK store and ask in advance before just showing up.

I can't believe you violated a fresh, hot Krispy Kreme by putting ice cream on it. :-)

we have been told in the past that a krispy kreme was coming to our town, murfreesboro tn. Is this true, we drive to nash now to get them, my husband will only eat krispy kreme. you know we are really growing here and have a university, you would have no problem selling them here, thanks, marci

woah dude gimmee free donuts!
dose this offer pertain to me?

ARE YOU VEGAN?? Krispy Kreme only uses milk and eggs as far as animal byproducts. They are cooked in 100% vegetable oil. Only vegans have a problem with this, not most vegetarians (ovo-lacto vegitarians).

now I want donuts... :(

We looked into this to bring our viewers a money saving tip. They stopped giving away the donuts several years ago. Bummer...

NBC --

When they stopped varied by location. My KK just stopped offering freebies a year or so ago.

Doesn't this simply prove that what they are selling is crap that costs them next to nothing to make and which is highly addictive to customers? Sounds like the Internet!

So no purchase neccesary?

Keri --

Nope, totally free.

That said, we usually buy a few more. Who can resist? ;-)

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