Free Dunkin' Donuts Samples


A recent survey by Ipsos Reid has found that nine out of 10 people (88%) drink at least one cup a day, with most indulging their passion for coffee several times per day. Although it's well known that Dunkin' Donuts' slogan is America runs on Dunkin', other companies recognize how profitable it is to be the ones selling those cups of coffee every day. Competitors like McDonald's are attempting to lure away customers with McCafé specialty coffee beverages and now Cumberland Farms is trying to undersell everyone with cups of coffee for only $0.99.

Every day, Dunkin' Donuts serves more than 3 million customers, as well as the most by-the-cup coffees in the United States. With 52 varieties of donuts, more than a dozen coffee beverages, an array of bagels and other baked goods, it's one of America's favorite snack destinations. With the availability of breakfast sandwiches, you can make sure to start your day off satisfied.

Hosted at over 6,000 locations in the United States, and over 12,000 restaurants worldwide, they call their recipe for success the "Dunkin' Difference." For their ecologically responsible clientele, they offer Fair Trade Certified espresso, cappuccinos, and lattes. Watching your weight doesn't mean that you can't have specialty syrups in your drinks; you can enjoy sugar-free flavors in your hot or cold beverages.

Enroll in the Dunkin Donuts Perks program and use promotion code: DDPERKSCoffee. You'll get a free medium drink just for joining and another free drink coupon mailed to you during your birthday month. Free medium beverage of choice includes any iced or hot coffee, tea or latte, hot chocolate or Coolatta. Note: You'll need a DD card to enroll. You can get one in-store, online or by downloading their mobile app.

Get the coffee you crave plus the value of DD Perks at Dunkin's Donuts. Drink and eat more from Dunkin' Donuts without spending a penny when you take a survey and sign up for free samples at Get It Free.

This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States


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