Get free Dunkin’ Donuts frozen coffee today (and a Snapchat geofilter)


Dunkin’ Donuts must have an Old Farmer’s Almanac or something because they’re offering free frozen stuff on this toasty day.

Today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (when the expected high is 90 degrees) the coffee-and-doughnuts franchise will be offering free samples of its new Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee.

According to the company, stores across the nation will he handing out 3½ ounce samples of the caffeinated concoction.

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Find the closest Dunkin’ to you here and minimize sweating.

Oh, and if you want to be an ever cooler kid, there’s also a one-day-only Snapchat filter that adds “an icy motif to your image” and can be unlocked at any store.

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The company will also be selecting customers throughout the nation for a free prize package that includes a check for $1,000 and a summer’s worth of the frozen stuff, which was added to the menu in May.

This is all a part of the corporate “Perks Week,” which tries to entice folks to sign up for the store’s rewards program with daily deals.

Here’s that weather forecast:


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