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Krispy Kreme fans can score a free donut this week in honor of America’s birthday, along with the chance to get a free Original Glazed Dozen.

The donut chain said fans who wear red, white and blue at participating U.S. Krispy Kreme stores can get a free donut of their choice every day between June 27 and July 4. any dozen at regular price between July 1st and July 4th.

Krispy Kreme also launched four all-new donuts, called the “I Heart America” ​​collection, in honor of Independence Day.

The Booming firework heart is a heart-shaped donut filled with strawberries and kreme, dipped in red frosting and decorated with a drizzle of frosting and a star sugar cube. The Patriotic Cookies and Heart of Kreme is a heart-shaped donut filled with cookies and kreme, dipped in white frosting and topped with cookies and frosting.

The Stars and stripes heart is filled with Kreme, dipped in white frosting and decorated like a flag with a drizzle of red frosting and a mixture of star dusting, while the Sprinkle with stars is an original glazed donut dipped in blue icing and topped with sprinkles of red and white stars.

Stars, stripes, sprinkles and more adorn four all-new heart-shaped donuts; guests wearing red, white and blue receive a free donut of their choice from June 27 to July 4; Original Glazed Dozen FREE BOGO available July 1-4 (Photo: Business Wire)

Krispy Kreme also continues to offer its “Beat the Pump” promotion through August 31, in which the price of a dozen original glazed donuts each Wednesday is based on the US national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline, as reported by AAA.

The donut giant has offered online promotions with other global events in the past. In 2021, Krispy Kreme offered a free glazed donut to anyone with a valid COVID-19 vaccination card.

In January, it offered a free box of original glazed donuts to blood donors amid the continued need for blood donations. That month, the American Red Cross declared its first-ever national blood crisis in the United States and warned the public of the worst shortage in more than a decade.

Just last week, it announced relief from the heat in the form of frozen desserts with the launch of its new soft serve ice cream.

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This story was reported from Cincinnati.