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Here’s where you can get a free doughnut in Dayton for National Doughnut Day


Mmmm, doughnuts. These pillowy, cakey deep-fried treats smothered in icing, glaze, sugar, sprinkles and filled with jams and custards epitomize a sweet treat.
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November 5 is National Doughnut Day. Locally, area bakeries and shops are offering deals you won’t want to miss to score a delicious doughnut. 

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EVAN’S BAKERY 
937-228-4151
700 Troy St., Dayton

Though the beloved bakery will not be offering free doughnuts, they will be making plenty so their shelves are stocked for pastry lovers.

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BEAR CREEK DONUTS

937-247-5095

80 S. Main St., Miamisburg

If this is your go-to spot, make sure you stop in. The bakery will offer a baker’s dozen deal — by 12 get the 13th FREE. They’ll also be hosting a raffle to win prizes such as a coffee mug, bag of coffee, etc.

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THE DONUT HAUS BAKERY

937-748-0380

305 W. Central Ave., Springboro

If this is your go-to spot, make sure you stop in. The bakery will offer a baker’s dozen deal -- by 12 get the 13th FREE. They’ll also be hosting a raffle to win prizes such as a coffee mug, bag of coffee, etc.

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BILL’S DONUT SHOP

937-433-0002

268 N. Main St., Centerville

Bill’s lovers, get ready for this one. The shop is giving away one FREE key lime doughnut, no purchase necessary. They’re expecting lines for the free citrus-flavored doughnuts though, so get there early.

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DUCK DONUTS

937-951-2618

1200 Brown St. Suite 115, Dayton

The folks at Duck Donuts will be giving away one FREE plain, cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar doughnut, no purchase necessary.

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STAN THE DONUT MAN

1441 Wilmington Ave., Dayton

937-293-1080

The bakery will offer a baker’s dozen deal — buy 12 get the 13th FREE.

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HOLTMAN’S DONUT SHOP

9558 Civic Centre Blvd., West Chester Township

513-755-1261

Though the beloved bakery will not be offering free doughnuts, they will be making plenty so their shelves are stocked for pastry lovers. At Fountain Square in Cincinnati, the company (which also has locations in Cincinnati and Loveland) will be handing out for free 50 dozen boxes of doughnuts from noon to 1 p.m.

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TIM HORTONS

Various locations. Visit their website for locations, hours, etc.

Though not all stores in the area may run the deal, customers will receive one FREE doughnut with any purchase of a hot or iced coffee. Just mention National Doughnut Day when you order.

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DUNKIN’ DONUTS

Various locations - visit their website for locations, hours, etc.

With the purchase of any beverage, Dunkin’ will give customers one FREE doughnut. 

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What’s your favorite shop? Did we miss any deals? Let us know! Email contact@dayton.com


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