Happy Doughnut Day: Grab free donuts in Illinois

Sam Writes

It won't be wrong to say that Doughnut Day, also called Donut Day, is one of the sweetest days to celebrate. The Salvation Army was established in the 19th century for Donut Lassies, the women who went to France to provide doughnuts and a variety of delicious snacks to soldiers of World War I.

Nowadays, this day is celebrated in almost all parts of the United States including Illinois. In fact, Illinois is the place where dozens of options are available to grab free donuts.

Freebies for Illinois residents on Doughnut Day

Who wouldn't love freebies? It is National Donut Day or Doughnut Day and the celebration must go on. The good news is that there are different spots in Illinois where grabbing free donuts is possible. So let's not miss the chance and get ready to go there.

  1. Duck Donuts -- They are celebrating the sweet holiday by giving free cinnamon sugar donut. It means you don't have to pay anything or buy something to grab your Cinnamon Sugar Donut, and I think this opportunity should not be missed.
  2. Dunkin's -- If you are a regular customer of Dunkin' or are going there for the first time, this is the right time to get your free classic donut. This time, you will have to buy any drink from the restaurant/store.
  3. Taco Bell -- They have different locations across Illinois. To grab your donut, you can go to Fairview Heights, IL, United States, Bartlett, IL, United States, Sycamore, IL, United States, or any other place. The deal is that you will buy Taco Bell worth $20 or more to get Cinnabon Delights for free.

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