Free Dunkin’ Donut on Veterans Day 2022

This year, Dunkin' is celebrating Veterans Day by giving military members and veterans a free donut of their choice on Nov. 11, 2022.
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Every Veterans Day, companies across the country say a special thank you to our nation’s veterans, saluting their service by offering them deals and discounts on products.

Veterans and active military personnel can enjoy a complimentary donut at participating Dunkin’ locations on Veterans Day.

Dunkin’ doesn’t have a nationwide everyday military discount, but on Veterans Day, they offer free donuts to current and former military members. If you’re a veteran who likes donuts – especially free donuts – make sure you visit Dunkin’ Donuts on Nov. 11, 2022.

Read on to find out more details about this sweet promotion.

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What the Dunkin’ Veterans Day Deal Includes

Dunkin’ is offering a free donut to veterans on Veterans Day this year.

“At Dunkin’, Veterans Day is particularly meaningful,” Dunkin’ spokesperson Madison Kolofske said in an email. “That’s why we’re honoring the dedicated members of the military with a free donut on us.”

The promotion is good for one free donut per guest while supplies last, Kolofske said.

When Veterans Can Get Their Discount

Some other restaurants only offer a free meal at breakfast, lunch or dinner on Nov. 11, but Dunkin’ offers its free donut deal all day long.

“We are giving veterans and active military a small thank you for their huge service – a free donut of their choice on Nov. 11, 2022, at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide,” Kolofske said.

No Proof of Service for the Dunkin’ Veterans Day Special

Kolofske said you shouldn’t need to present military identification or make another purchase to get a free donut.

However, if you want to carry ID to be on the safe side, commonly accepted forms include military ID cards, Uniformed Services retiree ID cards, veterans ID cards, Veterans Service Organization cards, current leave and earnings statements (LES), discharge paperwork, such as a DD-214 or a driver’s license with a veterans stamp.

More Veterans Day Discounts

Check this list to find more Veterans Day discounts and promotions in your area. You can also enjoy many events and attractions at a special rate. And after enjoying a tasty glazed donut at Dunkin’, you can drive to one of your favorite restaurants offering Veterans Day discounts and enjoy a free meal.

We’ll continue to track Veterans Day discount announcements and refine our lists as we get closer to Veterans Day, so keep checking the Military Wallet to see all of the opportunities available to you.

Everyday Military Discount at Dunkin’

Dunkin’ doesn’t have a nationwide military discount, though some individual locations might offer military and veteran discounts. Some airports have facility-wide military discount policies, for example. You can check your local Dunkin’ to see what discounts they may offer.

How Dunkin’ Supports the Military

Dunkin’ supports “Homes For Our Troops,” which builds custom homes for severely injured post-9-11 veterans. 

Through the “Coffee for Our Troops” program, Dunkin’ has donated over 300,000 pounds of coffee to the troops deployed overseas. A monthly lottery event decides where the company ships its 10 cases of coffee each month.

Finally, the military-inspired virtual Dunkin’ gift card makes it convenient for other customers to support active-duty military members and veterans. You can buy Dunkin cards for active-duty military members and veterans online at DunkinCoffeeBreak.com or through the Dunkin’ mobile app.


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