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National Doughnut Day: Do-nut miss out on these deals today

ORLANDO, Fla. — What’s better than starting your day off with a doughnut? Starting it off with a free doughnut.

Friday is National Doughnut Day, and many doughnut-slinging shops are offering discounts and freebies to celebrate.

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See a list of doughnut stores offering discounts below:

The Salty Donut

The Salty Donut, which has a location in Audubon Park in Orlando, is hosting a national Doughnut Day giveaway on social media. One winner will be selected to win a $250 credit. You can find out how to enter below:

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Dunkin’

Dunkin’ is offering a free doughnut with a beverage purchase on Friday.

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Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme is offering two different ways to celebrate National Doughnut Day.

You can purchase $2 Original Glazed dozens to share when you buy any dozen. The offer is valid at participating shops and can be redeemed in shop or online for pickup and delivery. For online orders, place two dozens in your cart and use the required promo code: BOGO2. Pre-order for this offer will be available on Thursday, June 1.

To sweeten National Doughnut Day a little extra, you can also enjoy your favorite doughnut for free. The offer is valid in participating shops only and cannot be redeemed online.

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VooDoo Doughnuts

VooDoo Doughnuts is offering a dozen raised glazed doughnuts for $10. The offer is valid at all locations in Oregon, Washington, Texas, Colorado, California and Florida.

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Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, WFTV.com

Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.

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