FOOD DEALS: How to get a free sample of Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee this week


Temperatures are starting to heat up outside, but this week brings one of the coolest days of the year inside Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants, as the brand serves a free taste of its newest coffee beverage, Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee.

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On Friday, May 19, the company will offer all guests the chance to experience the smooth, rich frozen taste of Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee with a complimentary sample (3.5-ounce) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide, while supplies last.

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To build excitement heading towards this fantastic Frozen Friday, over the next five days Dunkin’ Donuts will help guests “Freeze the Day with $1K,” surprising select customers at counters throughout the country with $1,000 cash.  

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This week is also Dunkin’ Donuts Perks Week, with special daily deal offers for both existing DD Perks® Rewards members and anyone who enrolls in the program during the week. Friday’s offer will make enjoying Dunkin’s newest frozen beverage even cooler: coinciding with the nationwide tasting event on May 19, DD Perks members will earn a free beverage (200 points) with the purchase of Dunkin’ Frozen Coffee, with a limit of one bonus point offer per DD Perks member.  

Dunkin’ Donuts introduced Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee at the beginning of May as a permanent addition to its coffee lineup, capturing the same authentic taste and quality of Dunkin’ Donuts’ Original Blend coffee, now blended frozen. Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee is crafted with a special extract featuring 100% Arabica coffee to bring forward the signature flavor of the brand’s premium coffee, blended with ice and dairy for a rich, sweet and creamy beverage to keep guests energized any time of day.

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Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee can be customized with any Dunkin’ Donuts flavor swirl or flavor shot as well as the choice of cream or whole or skim milk. The coffee extract featured in Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee was created specifically to complement all varieties of Dunkin’ Donuts’ coffee flavors, including Coconut Crème Pie and Butter Pecan, both available now for a limited time.

For official rules and additional information, visit: http://dunkinpromotions.com/.  

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