Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts to anyone who visits one of their stores on Election Day.
It is Amazon Prime Day and that means deals and discounts, and scammers. Experts are warning people to be careful as you click away and shop.
Amazon Prime Day pulled in over $7B in 2019
Good teachers make learning sweet, inspiring Krispy Kreme to treat educators with free food next week.
If you go nuts for doughnuts, there’s a “hole” lot to love about National Doughnut Day.
The promotion runs through June 30.
The beer company is looking to give three months’ worth of beer to anyone willing to open their homes to a canine companion.
Burger King will start offering free kids meals at their US restaurants.
Alaska Airlines is offering rates for a low as $20 one-way for their two-day “March Forward,” sale.
Burger King is offering its customers the chance to trade in a photo of their former significant other in exchange for a free Whopper.
Beginning Wednesday, The Cheesecake Factory is giving away a slice of cheesecake to customers who place an online pickup order of $30 or more.
Popeyes is giving away free chicken sandwiches this week to celebrate the launch of its partnership with DoorDash.
Customers can score free chicken nuggets at Chick-fil-A through Jan. 31.
Krispy Kreme has rolled out miniature versions of four of their most popular doughnuts!
Firehouse Subs is giving away a free medium sub on Dec. 16 with any purchase as part of its Name Day giveaway.
Who wants free food?
The FBI and Federal Trade Commission are teaming up to warn shoppers this holiday season.
If there’s ever a time during the year to lose hope in all humanity, it’s on Black Friday.
If a deal sounds too good to be true — like Kohl’s giving away $100 in merchandise for its 57th anniversary — then it probably is.
A sparkling margarita drink company is offering to ease some tension for people who want to introduce their significant other to their family.