How to get Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to your door for FREE

Doughnut enthusiasts rejoice! You can now get Krispy Kreme doughnuts delivered to your door for free!

The company has revealed a new icon on its website which, when lit up, indicates that deliveries are free of charge. You’ll still have to pay for your doughnuts though!

And to launch the new service, Krispy Kreme is keeping the delivery light on for an entire week!

The light will be turned on from 9am August 7 until 5pm August 14. During this time, online customers will get free next day delivery with a minimum purchase of a dozen doughnuts.

Delivery is offered at selected areas in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia Monday to Friday (excl. Public Holidays) and orders must be placed before 5pm.

The free offer is not available through UberEATS. But click and collect orders are available for free.

Previously, Krispy Kreme featured its legendary ‘Hot Light’ red beacon which, once fired up, meant hot, fresh doughnuts were available to buy in store.

The terms and conditions of the free delivery offer state that it cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount, plus online ordering is subject to availability and courier capacity in each state.

The offer isn’t available at any Krispy Kreme stores, 7-Eleven, BP Travel Centres, Jesters, or any other stockist.

New Krispy Kreme Flavours

The master of doughnuts has also joined forces with Peters Ice Cream for its newest creation – the Maxibon Doughnut.

It’s filled with a blend of vanilla crème and chocolate chips, and hand dipped in smooth chocolate icing, topped with hazelnuts and a Maxibon biscuit.

And that’s not all! For the first time ever, you can also get your Krispy Kreme from the freezer, with a Maxibon Ice Cream addition.

If this doesn’t get your mouth watering, then perhaps The Simpsons inspired pink glazed with sprinkles D’ohnut might!

The signature Original Glazed doughnut is hand dipped in white chocolate truffle with strawberry flavour and has a smattering of rainbow sprinkles.

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