Share Dunkin’ Donuts with your valentine -- you could win a trip for two to just about any city


Starting today, Dunkin’ Donuts hosts the #DDLoveContest, which asks Dunkin’ lovers all across America to share via Instagram how their friendship or relationship runs on Dunkin’. 

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How to enter:

Snap a photo, post it to Instagram using the hashtag and you’re entered to win. The contest ends February 15, and the following day, one winner will be announced. 

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What you could win:

The grand prize is a trip for two to any city of their choice in the U.S. where there is a Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant -- including Hawaii.

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FACEBOOK: DD is partnering with popular couple Kelly Mindell (@studioDIY) and Jeff Mindell (@JeffMindell) for a Facebook Live event on Wednesday February 7 at 12 PM EST. Fans can watch on Dunkin’ Donuts Facebook page as Kelly and Jeff lead a special tutorial on creative ways to feature Dunkin’s beloved heart-shaped donuts in unique and inspired Valentine’s Day gifts. 

TINDER: Dunkin’ Donuts has also partnered with Tinder for the first time, introducing special Valentine’s Day polls, messages and GIF keyboard integration with GIPHY in Tinder messenger. 

SNAPCHAT: On Snapchat, Dunkin’ Donuts will introduce a special national animated geofilter for February 13, as well as a “Donut Pop” Snapchat Game running throughout the month of February. 

DD MOBILE APP: To show and share the spirit of the holiday with a sweetheart, friends or family, special emojis inspired by Valentine’s Day are also now available on the Dunkin’ Donuts Emoji keyboard through the Dunkin’ Donuts Mobile App. More information on all the ways to share Dunkin’ Love can be found on the Dunkin’ Donuts blog here.

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 CONTEST TERMS: No purchase necessary, legal U.S. residents, 18+. Void where prohibited. For additional terms and conditions related to Dunkin’ Donuts’ #DDLOVECONTEST visit http://dunkinpromotions.com/.  


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