Krispy Kreme will give you a free doughnut if you go in costume on Halloween

  The Sun 

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STATESIDE Krispy Kreme lovers better get their Halloween outfits ready if they want a sweet freebie. The retailer is giving out one free doughnut to anyone who turns up in costume on October 31. The offer is available in stores throughout the US, except in the states of Connecticut, Hawaii and Nebraska. You can choose […]
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