Krispy Kreme Has a Secret Signal When They Give Out Free Donuts. Here's What the Signal Looks Like

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I went to Krispy Kreme this morning. Their doughnuts are so scrumptious, I already ate three of them after breakfast. I will probably eat another three after lunch. This is a special day that happens a few times a year: Doughnut Sunday. It's not an official holiday, but more like a relaxing day for me to do nothing and eat doughnuts.

If you've ever tasted Krispy Kreme doughnuts, you would probably agree they are great. They aren't good for your health, but they are amazing taste-wise. Not everyone is a fan, but I love those desserts. And I deliberately stay away from them since consuming sugary doughnuts non-stop is a bad idea.

Did you know that Krispy Kreme has a secret signal that they use to inform the public they can come in for a free doughnut? Yes, you heard this correctly: you can get a free doughnut there, and you don't even have to wait for Doughnut Day, when a hundred people line up waiting for a free treat.

The secret signal works only during summer, and it goes as follows: every time their sign lights up (goes red) - it means the fresh hot doughnuts are currently being glazed, and you can come in for a free doughnut. There is an example of what the lit-up sign looks like in this article.

I have also noticed that Krispy Kreme's social media accounts offer free doughnuts or promos like "a second dozen doughnuts for $2" kind of promotions. Again, I'm not endorsing them, but I like their product and prefer to save money, so there's a chance I may follow them.

I hope you'll be able to take advantage of free desserts, whether it's at Krispy Kreme or else.

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