2 For 1 American Donuts at KrispyKreme
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2 For 1 American Donuts at KrispyKreme

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
Krispy Kreme members are able to get 2 for 1 on American donuts in a Krispy Kreme store.

This offer is available in some supermarkets but with a limited option and supply.

Just download the app and you can claim the offer.

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still overpriced and rank
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Available in Tesco,today only.

Rocky Road,Pecan Pie or New York Cheesecake.
Just picked some up, tasty deal, heat added 🔥🔥
Can you scan the app at the self-service checkout in Tesco?
Edited by: "McNugget" 2nd Aug 2017
still overpriced and rank
Also available in KK Stores I guess?
just went to a tesco express and the checkout person couldn't scan the code on my app. saddest day.
Printed out the email i recieved and bought 6 (2 of each) at Tesco, boxed in 2 boxes of three. They looked quizically at the voucher and just cancelled one of the boxes. So £5.25 for 6.

New York Cheesecake one is nice...
McNugget2 h, 17 m ago

Can you scan the app at the self-service checkout in Tesco?


Yes but they never work. They scan, it's just Tesco's system never recognises it as being valid.

Had it every single time and requires manual adjustment as someone's already posted.

£1.90 here though, not £2.50.
Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer excess. £2 for a single mass-produced doughnut made using completely synthetic ingredients which feel and taste like plastic.

I'm all for trashy food... but this is just trash.
ruffedgrouse2 h, 17 m ago

Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer …Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer excess. £2 for a single mass-produced doughnut made using completely synthetic ingredients which feel and taste like plastic. I'm all for trashy food... but this is just trash.




Spot on.
ruffedgrouse3 h, 25 m ago

Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer …Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer excess. £2 for a single mass-produced doughnut made using completely synthetic ingredients which feel and taste like plastic. I'm all for trashy food... but this is just trash.


Completely synthetic ingredients? I doubt that.
ruffedgrouse4 h, 56 m ago

Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer …Krispy Kreme doughnuts are surely one of the greatest examples of consumer excess. £2 for a single mass-produced doughnut made using completely synthetic ingredients which feel and taste like plastic. I'm all for trashy food... but this is just trash.

Let's break down your comment shall we...
"£2 for a single mass-produced doughnut".
Their standard, and most popular, plain doughnut does not cost that much.
As for them being mass-produced, well that depends on your definition of "mass-produced". A lot of stores will make them daily, only for said store.

"Totally synthetic ingredients"
Okay, so sugar is synthetic? So is oil? So is flour?

"Feel and taste like plastic"
Plastic is a rather broad term which encompasses a huge range of materials. Perhaps you'd like to clarify which one specifically they taste like? I'm sure you'd know, you seem to know very well about their "totally synthetic" ingredients!

Oh, and for the record, they are a rip off.
MAdam9844 m ago

Let's break down your comment shall we..."£2 for a single mass-produced …Let's break down your comment shall we..."£2 for a single mass-produced doughnut". Their standard, and most popular, plain doughnut does not cost that much. As for them being mass-produced, well that depends on your definition of "mass-produced". A lot of stores will make them daily, only for said store."Totally synthetic ingredients"Okay, so sugar is synthetic? So is oil? So is flour?"Feel and taste like plastic"Plastic is a rather broad term which encompasses a huge range of materials. Perhaps you'd like to clarify which one specifically they taste like? I'm sure you'd know, you seem to know very well about their "totally synthetic" ingredients!Oh, and for the record, they are a rip off.


Do you work for Krispy Kreme?
MAdam982 h, 8 m ago

Let's break down your comment shall we..."£2 for a single mass-produced …Let's break down your comment shall we..."£2 for a single mass-produced doughnut". Their standard, and most popular, plain doughnut does not cost that much. As for them being mass-produced, well that depends on your definition of "mass-produced". A lot of stores will make them daily, only for said store."Totally synthetic ingredients"Okay, so sugar is synthetic? So is oil? So is flour?"Feel and taste like plastic"Plastic is a rather broad term which encompasses a huge range of materials. Perhaps you'd like to clarify which one specifically they taste like? I'm sure you'd know, you seem to know very well about their "totally synthetic" ingredients!Oh, and for the record, they are a rip off.



You're being obtuse. I quite clearly just meant that they're crap. Overpriced, poor quality, largely tasteless, etc. For half the price, buy some home baking from a café. Or hell, for a quarter of the price, buy a doughnut from Greggs.
Finally could justify buying a krispy kreme at this price. It was ok at 95p. Wouldn't have paid £1.90 for it! Daughter didn't finish hers as it was too sickly. Pretty sure we won't be returning to kk.
dj_lloyde18 h, 27 m ago

Do you work for Krispy Kreme?

Nope, but i don't like slandering companies like that!
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