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$3 Worth of Free Dunkin’ Donuts Is Just the Beginning of This Sweet Deal
There are those who love Dunkin’ Donuts, and then there are those who… love Dunkin’ Donuts. I don’t know. Are there people out there who don’t groove on DD’s coffee and baked bits of joy?
I know I do.
Now, thanks to a groovy Groupon, you can get your donuts and get your cash back, too.
It’s Basically Free Dunkin’ Donuts
Here’s the deal: Head to Groupon and claim your deal. You don’t pay anything upfront. Zip, zero, nada. Just claim it.
Groupon will ask you to link the deal to one of your credit or debit cards. Then, head to your nearest Dunkin’ Donuts and order up your favorite java, iced coffee, jelly-filled donut or whatever fulfills your cravings. Just don’t get suckered by the blueberry donuts.
Pay for your order using your linked card and get up to $3 back as a credit on that card.
The Groupon deal says the cash back rewards will be credited to your credit card statement within a few days.
If you hit the DD frequently, you’ll get 20% cash back on all Dunkin’ Donut purchases on the same card for another 14 days.
Do you really, really like your Dunkin’ Donuts? Believe it or not, you can claim this deal multiple times. You just need to have multiple Mastercard or Visa cards to link with the deal, and you’ll get $3 worth of free goodies per card.
Who would do such a thing as use multiple cards to get more cash back? Penny Hoarder assistant editor Justin Cupler was all over it with every card he has and is now up to $18 worth of free Dunkin’ Donuts. The dude likes free stuff.
Once you’ve claimed the deal, you have 14 days to use it. If you do use a debit card, you must run it as credit to score the deal.
It doesn’t get any easier. Just claim it, buy your donuts and coffee, and watch the money go right back to your account. It’s like sugary, caffeinated magic!
It’s time to eat the donuts.
Tyler Omoth is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder who loves soaking up the sun and finding creative ways to help others. Catch him on Twitter at @Tyomoth.
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