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Hotdeals fave Krispy Kreme are teaming up with Children in Need this year.

Krispy Kreme has joined forces with BBC Children in Need to help you "Raise some Dough" for this exceptional charity event. Purchase your fundraising dozens for £5.50 each (minimum of 5 dozen) and sell them at your event for a minimum of £9.95 per dozen or £1.55 per doughnut, donating the funds you have raised directly to Children in Need.
This sweet way to raise money couldn't be easier. Get your office, group or society involved! Order online at least 5 days before your event using the code CINKK18.


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Terms & Conditions

Doughnuts must be sold on the day of collection; our product is always made fresh daily and sold on day of production. All Fundraising doughnuts must be collected and used on the same day. Any unsold product must be discarded. Doughnuts must be sold in their whole form, i.e. not decorated/topped/with any additions – this is a legal mandate as we need to be careful of nutritional & health and safety requirements. The date and time of the delivery is subject to availability, confirmation and to approval by Krispy Kreme UK. All fundraising orders must be picked up within two hours of the agreed-upon pick up time from the selected store.

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£1 for 2p worth of fried batter... who's the charity here ?

Just give 30 quid to a local group and stuff the big rich boys.
I am a child in need of doughnuts.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 2nd Nov 2018
This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need fundraiser. You are being offered the chance to buy cheaper (nearer to cost but still at profit) and sell on to others at more of a profit and then pass this extra profit on to Children In Need. Wouldn’t most people buying Krispy Kreme‘ on offer buy two dozen for the price of one? Surely all this does is increase the profits of Krispy Kreme whilst giving them good PR? I appreciate some people look at the fundraising aspect but there must be better ways than with this offer
Or
(1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.
(2) buy a dozen excellent donuts from Morrisons for a £1 and sell for 50p each.

Surprised Children in Need are lending their name to this overpriced, high calorie donut outfit.
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I am a child in need of doughnuts.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 2nd Nov 2018
Nearest store is about 50 miles away, so lose a lot of the saving in diesel costs! Shame not available through the machines in Tesco or Morrison’s.
Sell them for a minimum of £1.55 does something happen if I only charge £1?
This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need fundraiser. You are being offered the chance to buy cheaper (nearer to cost but still at profit) and sell on to others at more of a profit and then pass this extra profit on to Children In Need. Wouldn’t most people buying Krispy Kreme‘ on offer buy two dozen for the price of one? Surely all this does is increase the profits of Krispy Kreme whilst giving them good PR? I appreciate some people look at the fundraising aspect but there must be better ways than with this offer
£1 for 2p worth of fried batter... who's the charity here ?

Just give 30 quid to a local group and stuff the big rich boys.
What's to stop me selling the Krispy Kreme doughnuts as individuals for 83p each (9.95/12)? Making up the cost of selling a dozen

As no one in an office environment is paying £1.55 for a doughnut, that's pretty ridiculous.

You'd be more likely to sell them for a £1 than 1.55
Or
(1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.
(2) buy a dozen excellent donuts from Morrisons for a £1 and sell for 50p each.

Surprised Children in Need are lending their name to this overpriced, high calorie donut outfit.
neilm229 h, 30 m ago

This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need f …This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need fundraiser. You are being offered the chance to buy cheaper (nearer to cost but still at profit) and sell on to others at more of a profit and then pass this extra profit on to Children In Need. Wouldn’t most people buying Krispy Kreme‘ on offer buy two dozen for the price of one? Surely all this does is increase the profits of Krispy Kreme whilst giving them good PR? I appreciate some people look at the fundraising aspect but there must be better ways than with this offer


Its pretty awful really and that’s why the £1.55 is there they don’t want you to degrade there market but want you to sell in volume and give them a great sales day it’s probably still more (or on par) with what they get from Tesco.

But on the flip side if they made it £2 a dozen people might buy 5 boxes instead of the 1 they were getting for the office.
jamhops10 h, 17 m ago

Sell them for a minimum of £1.55 does something happen if I only charge £1?


drnkbeer4 h, 17 m ago

What's to stop me selling the Krispy Kreme doughnuts as individuals for …What's to stop me selling the Krispy Kreme doughnuts as individuals for 83p each (9.95/12)? Making up the cost of selling a dozenAs no one in an office environment is paying £1.55 for a doughnut, that's pretty ridiculous. You'd be more likely to sell them for a £1 than 1.55



I think the rrp is £1.55 when sold individually in stores that’s where the price suggestions has come from. People buy them from you at normal retail price then you donate the profit to
charity.
jamgin16 m ago

Or (1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.(2) buy a dozen …Or (1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.(2) buy a dozen excellent donuts from Morrisons for a £1 and sell for 50p each.Surprised Children in Need are lending their name to this overpriced, high calorie donut outfit.


Both good suggestions to raise money for Children in Need.
jamhops03/11/2018 00:00

Sell them for a minimum of £1.55 does something happen if I only charge £1?


If you sell them for the rrp suggested you’ll make £12.50 on each dozen.

If you sell the for just £1 you will only make £6.50 on each dozen.
myusernamehasgone23403/11/2018 10:23

If you sell them for the rrp suggested you’ll make £12.50 on each dozen.If …If you sell them for the rrp suggested you’ll make £12.50 on each dozen.If you sell the for just £1 you will only make £6.50 on each dozen.


Still extra money for children in need - £6.50?
But maybe Krispy Kreme will be worried that if people pay less now they may not want to pay the inflated rrp in future ?
neilm2203/11/2018 11:33

Still extra money for children in need - £6.50? But maybe Krispy Kreme …Still extra money for children in need - £6.50? But maybe Krispy Kreme will be worried that if people pay less now they may not want to pay the inflated rrp in future ?



People can sell them for whatever price they want as far as I can see. You donate the money directly to Children in Need.

I was just explaining why they suggested the prices they have as that’s the rrp they usually sell for unless they have a BOGOF promotion on
myusernamehasgone23403/11/2018 12:09

People can sell them for whatever price they want as far as I can see. You …People can sell them for whatever price they want as far as I can see. You donate the money directly to Children in Need.I was just explaining why they suggested the prices they have as that’s the rrp they usually sell for unless they have a BOGOF promotion on


As I have said the reason they state that price is as they don’t want to undercut their own market same as why it’s their basic dohnut not the premiums (this can get them new customers at no cost), no other reason I can think of.
Edited by: "jamhops" 3rd Nov 2018
myusernamehasgone23403/11/2018 12:09

People can sell them for whatever price they want as far as I can see. You …People can sell them for whatever price they want as far as I can see. You donate the money directly to Children in Need.I was just explaining why they suggested the prices they have as that’s the rrp they usually sell for unless they have a BOGOF promotion on


Yeah, that money goes directly to children in need. But just how much of it? I need more answers when knowing that the CEO earns more than the average doctor in the UK.
jamhops03/11/2018 12:41

As I have said the reason they state that price is as they don’t want to u …As I have said the reason they state that price is as they don’t want to undercut their own market same as why it’s their basic dohnut not the premiums (this can get them new customers at no cost), no other reason I can think of.


It seems like clever marketing to me, get there brand out there and raising money for charity making them look a good company.

Selling them for as much as you can makes sense to raise the maximum amount for charity. Obviously they are going to suggest the rrp.

But as I said you can sell them for whatever amount.

@jamhops your clearly not a fan of Krispy Kreme.

They seem to be like marmite you either love them or hate them.

They are always a massive hit at my work.
Children In Need is a scam! Will now be buying any donuts!
mushypeas2503/11/2018 15:49

Yeah, that money goes directly to children in need. But just how much of …Yeah, that money goes directly to children in need. But just how much of it? I need more answers when knowing that the CEO earns more than the average doctor in the UK.


I believe that information will be available online.

It’s not unusual for CEO’s of big charities to earn mega bucks, if they are good at there job they should be paid. Just because it’s a charity you can’t expect them to work for free.

Footballers who just kick a ball around a field earn way more than any doctor, I’m not really sure what your trying to say.

Personally I feel Doctors should be payed way more than they are
myusernamehasgone23403/11/2018 15:58

I believe that information will be available online.It’s not unusual for C …I believe that information will be available online.It’s not unusual for CEO’s of big charities to earn mega bucks, if they are good at there job they should be paid. Just because it’s a charity you can’t expect them to work for free.Footballers who just kick a ball around a field earn way more than any doctor, I’m not really sure what your trying to say.Personally I feel Doctors should be payed way more than they are


I agree, doctors should earn more but they don’t. Also, I don’t expect CEOs of big charity organisations to work for free but when they’re earning more than doctors, whose the real charity here?

As for footballers, I agree but their salaries are funded by their supporters & their careers normally have a 15year life span so that’s an irrelevant subject.
mushypeas2503/11/2018 16:22

I agree, doctors should earn more but they don’t. Also, I don’t expect CEO …I agree, doctors should earn more but they don’t. Also, I don’t expect CEOs of big charity organisations to work for free but when they’re earning more than doctors, whose the real charity here?As for footballers, I agree but their salaries are funded by their supporters & their careers normally have a 15year life span so that’s an irrelevant subject.


A good CEO will bring in millions of donationsfor the charity and be worth there salary.
"HotUKDeals fave"? That's a bold statement.
According to the apprentice doughnuts should be sold for at least £5 each. Guess morons only exist in London. I PMl when they said they were a fiver each
Edited by: "royals" 3rd Nov 2018
Dealmessiah1 h, 6 m ago

"HotUKDeals fave"? That's a bold statement.


Well there deals are quite popular and gain a fair bit of heat.

Perhaps it was too much to state that
myusernamehasgone23403/11/2018 15:53

It seems like clever marketing to me, get there brand out there and …It seems like clever marketing to me, get there brand out there and raising money for charity making them look a good company.Selling them for as much as you can makes sense to raise the maximum amount for charity. Obviously they are going to suggest the rrp.But as I said you can sell them for whatever amount.@jamhops your clearly not a fan of Krispy Kreme.They seem to be like marmite you either love them or hate them.They are always a massive hit at my work.


No I love Krispy Kreme had them earlier in the week and will again this is just like when a company is saving the environment with more fuel efficient lorries (not as it saves them money on there fuel bill. Just highlighting it for others

And to raise the maximum charity money just do the free donut survey wonder how many you can get

Also doctors seem to be paid well it’s the nurses etc that aren’t...
Edited by: "jamhops" 3rd Nov 2018
jamhops15 m ago

No I love Krispy Kreme had them earlier in the week and will again this is …No I love Krispy Kreme had them earlier in the week and will again this is just like when a company is saving the environment with more fuel efficient lorries (not as it saves them money on there fuel bill. Just highlighting it for others And to raise the maximum charity money just do the free donut survey wonder how many you can getAlso doctors seem to be paid well it’s the nurses etc that aren’t...


Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 3rd Nov 2018
I wouldn’t mind if most the money from children in need goes towards paying the celebrities and managers pays.
Although I can’t get away with krispy kreme donuts, now the cheap ones on the market sold by a fat bald guy whose basically a warning sign against eating donuts? Sign me up
disgusting doughnuts. If you eat unhealthy, at least treat yourself with something tasty.
Edited by: "bnwubnfguisr" 3rd Nov 2018
They always do cheap bulk sales if you’re selling them for a fund raising event. You just have to ask your local store.
How do they know that you will sell them for charity?
neilm2221 h, 20 m ago

This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need f …This isn’t really a Krispy Kreme deal, more like a Children in Need fundraiser. You are being offered the chance to buy cheaper (nearer to cost but still at profit) and sell on to others at more of a profit and then pass this extra profit on to Children In Need. Wouldn’t most people buying Krispy Kreme‘ on offer buy two dozen for the price of one? Surely all this does is increase the profits of Krispy Kreme whilst giving them good PR? I appreciate some people look at the fundraising aspect but there must be better ways than with this offer


True "nearer to cost" as less than singles but still so far from cost they could do it at a quarter of this price and still make a tidy profit.
Gotta try and resist! Don't think I can!
myusernamehasgone23416 h, 20 m ago

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Jeez. 6.5 million for income generation and governance.
Seems a hell of a lot of money for advertising and staff costs.
drnkbeer3rd Nov

What's to stop me selling the Krispy Kreme doughnuts as individuals for …What's to stop me selling the Krispy Kreme doughnuts as individuals for 83p each (9.95/12)? Making up the cost of selling a dozenAs no one in an office environment is paying £1.55 for a doughnut, that's pretty ridiculous. You'd be more likely to sell them for a £1 than 1.55


Terms and conditions.

Krispy Kreme do this all year for any charity, you have to sell them on the same day, and they have a minimum price because they are doing it for charity, not so you can have cheap donuts.

Their donuts are extremely popular and, from experience, people have no problem paying £1.50 for a good donut for a good cause.

Can we have a little less cynicism? Krispy Kreme are a decent company, with a long history of charitable work.
jamgin03/11/2018 10:03

Or (1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.(2) buy a dozen …Or (1) Bake a cake and sell slices at a reasonable price.(2) buy a dozen excellent donuts from Morrisons for a £1 and sell for 50p each.Surprised Children in Need are lending their name to this overpriced, high calorie donut outfit.


1) The only reason cake sales work is because people donate the ingredients and their time. If you factor these in, cake sales are a horribly inefficient way to make money. But it's fine if you don't value other people's time or expenditure...

2) people are not typically limited by the cost of the donut, within reason, they just have to want the donuts you are selling. If there are 100 people, you will sell at most 100 donuts, so you want to maximise the profit per donut. So in your example you're making £5 per dozen from Morrisons, and £12 per dozen from Krispy Kreme. If you can sell your Morissons donuts for £1.50, then well done, you'll make 30p more per person. But good luck with that, because people know they are £1 a dozen, and disgusting...
Krispy kremes are overpriced and as a avid donut eater im going to tell you now the only one i tend to go for from them is the original glazed otherwise greggs do nice iced donuts lidl bakery do a really nice filled chocolate one.
@Budgetiegar this last sentence so true

“But good luck with that, because people know they are £1 a dozen, and disgusting...



Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 4th Nov 2018
Budgetiegar04/11/2018 10:37

1) The only reason cake sales work is because people donate the …1) The only reason cake sales work is because people donate the ingredients and their time. If you factor these in, cake sales are a horribly inefficient way to make money. But it's fine if you don't value other people's time or expenditure...2) people are not typically limited by the cost of the donut, within reason, they just have to want the donuts you are selling. If there are 100 people, you will sell at most 100 donuts, so you want to maximise the profit per donut. So in your example you're making £5 per dozen from Morrisons, and £12 per dozen from Krispy Kreme. If you can sell your Morissons donuts for £1.50, then well done, you'll make 30p more per person. But good luck with that, because people know they are £1 a dozen, and disgusting...


Don't know if it is just our local Morrisons but their donuts are excellent. A view held by the entire office I work in.
May be cheap as chips but are the king of donuts.
jamgin5 m ago

Don't know if it is just our local Morrisons but their donuts are …Don't know if it is just our local Morrisons but their donuts are excellent. A view held by the entire office I work in.May be cheap as chips but are the king of donuts.


My locals are a bit grim, in fact the whole store is rubbish, very poor customer service, they get in lots of new lines then stop selling them after a few weeks. I’m not fan. Other Morrison’s store seem a bit better.
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