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Dunkin’ Donuts Is Offering a Chance to Win Free Donuts for a Year

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The only thing better than Dunkin’ Donuts is free Dunkin’ Donuts, as far as we’re concerned. As luck would have it, the fast food chain just announced a great contest lasting until St. Patrick’s Day, in which customers have the chance to win some free Dunkin’ Donuts — a full year’s supply, to be exact.

On top of boasting a delicious grand prize, this contest also sounds super-easy to enter. All you have to do is post a photo of yourself on Twitter or Instagram with an explanation of how you plan to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year and use the hashtags #DDLuckyDozen and #Sweepstakes. That’s all! You do need to be 18 years or older to enter, but you don’t need to buy anything at any Dunkin’ Donuts locations in order to be considered. (But after seeing the company’s tasty St. Patrick’s Day donuts, you might want to grab a few for the holiday, anyway!)

After all the responses are entered, the company will pick 12 fans to win free donuts for a year, as well as a trip to Dunkin’ Donuts headquarters. It sounds like a dream come true for any Dunkin’ Donuts fan — especially one that adores St. Patrick’s Day and celebrating the holiday to the fullest (literally).

If you want to make this dream come true for yourself, keep in mind that the contest ends on March 17 — so you’d better hurry up and enter if you want a chance to get lucky with these delectable desserts!

In the mood for donuts at home instead? Learn how to make stylish and tasty glitter donuts in the video below:

h/t Delish

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