Friday the 13th is famously known for causing bad luck. When you think of it, you probably go right to crossing paths with black cats, broken glass, and a masked man trying to hunt you down. Well, this Friday the 13th, I’m here to say you’re actually going to have great luck because you’re getting a deal on two dozen donuts from Krispy Kreme. Good for you!
Krispy Kreme is offering customers two dozen donuts for $13 this Friday in celebration of the holiday…if you could call it that. The offer is good for two Original Glazed Dozens or one Original Glazed Dozen and one Assorted Dozen and all you have to do is show them this barcode. At my local Krispy Kreme, an Original Glazed Dozen is $11.49, while an Assorted Dozen is $13.49, so depending on the prices at yours, this is quite a few bucks off.
Be sure to check the list on the same page as the barcode to see if your Krispy Kreme is participating, but if they are, all you have to do now is dream up which donuts you’ll go for. If you do opt for an Assorted Dozen, you can enjoy a seasonal flavor like the Pumpkin Spice Cake Donut or a delicious classic like a Glazed Blueberry Cake Donut. Or you can just be easy and do all glazed—the world is truly your oyster! Or, eh, your donut.
So there you have it, Friday the 13th is good now, just don’t step on any cracks! And be sure to watch the Harvest Moon! OK, BYE.
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