Krispy Kreme Giving Away A Free Dozen Donuts To This Year’s Graduates

Congratulations, grads! Those late-night study sessions have finally paid off and you’ll soon be walking across the stage to receive your hard-earned diploma. While you’ve likely already received plenty of congrats, Krispy Kreme is particularly excited for graduates, and they’re offering an amazing freebie to show it.

This Wednesday, students in the Class of 2023 (high school or college) are invited to visit their local Krispy Kreme to receive a dozen free original glazed. All you have to do is show up with your senior swag, whether that be your cap and gown or a t-shirt. You’ll also receive a special Dough‑ploma-wrapped box to celebrate the sweet occasion.

Krispy Kreme announced the epic offer in an Instagram message addressed to 2023 Seniors.

preview for Featured Videos from Delish US

“Congratulations on your momentous achievement! You did it! We want to celebrate YOU & all you’ve accomplished! Wednesday, 5/24, is your day! Come by in your cap & gown, 2023 swag, or with your student ID and pick up a FREE Original Glazed Dozen & Dough-ploma for Graduating Seniors. We’re so excited to honor the amazing class of ’23!,” read the note from Krispy Kreme.

What started out as a way for Krispy Kreme to show their appreciation to those who graduated during the pandemic have entered into its fourth year with this week’s freebie. According to Dave Skena, Global Chief Brand Officer for Krispy Kreme, they’ve kept the offer going to show that “we haven’t forgotten that the lives of this year’s graduates were heavily impacted by the pandemic.”

The free original glazed dozen offer is only available at participating Krispy Kreme shops while supplies last.

DelishLovely Lettermark logo

Weekend Editor/Contributing Writer

Danielle Harling is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with a love for colorfully designed spaces, craft cocktails and online window shopping (usually for budget-shattering designer heels). Her past work has appeared on Fodor’s, Forbes, MyDomaine, Architectural Digest and more.

Leave a Comment