Save some money using Dunkin Donuts Coupons

by ryan on November 24, 2016


How to save some money using Dunkin Donuts Coupons?


Dunkin Donuts has been around for what seems like forever, but they were actually founded in 1950. I’m not personally a fan of their donuts, but I have to admit that I’m pretty fond of their coffee. I might even like their coffee more than Starbucks, but I’m still deciding. According to an article in Fast Company magazine, more than half of Dunkin Donut’s sales are from coffee, so apparently other coffee drinkers agree with me. The purpose of this page is to look at the prices of the various items available at Dunkin Donuts, both coffee and donuts, and examine whether or not you can save money on either by using printable Internet coupons.


Dunkin Donuts coffee isn’t crazy expensive, but it’s not as affordable as you might think, either. You can buy a 12 ounce bag of their coffee from Amazon for $12.99 (if you like their Hazelnut blend), or you can buy a 2 pack, with 2 12 ounce packages of their original blend, for $32.99. That amounts to about $22 per pound.

I did another search for Starbucks coffee on Amazon, and I was able to find better prices for their coffee. Instead of selling 2 packs of 12 ounce bags of coffee, they were selling 3 packs. The price was impressive. Their French roast, which is one of my favorites, was only $32.99–the same price as Dunkin Donuts’ 2 pack. It’s like getting 12 ounces of coffee free.
But maybe you don’t like Starbucks coffee, and you do like Dunkin Donuts’ coffee. Or maybe the prices have changed since I researched this article. In that case, you’re probably going to want to set off on the Internet to find ways to save money using Dunkin Donuts coupons.

The Official Site

The first place I always check for coupons is a company’s official Website. They might or might not offer the best coupons and/or discounts, but I never have to worry about showing up at the store with a coupon and being turned away. (Sometimes Websites will publish offers that are expired or were never valid in the first place–you can’t believe everything you read, I hear.)


Dunkin Offers

The official site for Dunkin Donuts can be found here. When I visited the site, the most prominent menu item was the coffee button, but the menu also included options for looking at their menu, finding their restaurant location, buying their merchandise online, and signing up for their “DD Card.” At the bottom left hand side of the screen, I found a clickable image labeled “Dunkin’ Offers.” When I clicked on the text link below that image, I found a page with “September Savings.” They had coupons for $1 off a dozen donuts, $1 off bagel and cream cheese, a deal where if you buy a “Box of Joe” you’d receive 6 free donuts, a coupon for a small hot or iced latte for $0.99, a coupon for $1 off any 4 count muffin purchase, and a coupon for a $0.99 iced tea. There was the usual disclaimer about how these prices were only available at participating locations. Still, it’s nice to see that they offer coupons and discounts you can print online at their site–many companies (like the Cheesecake Factory) don’t offer coupons, ever.

The DD Card

I thought that the “DD Card” might also offer some type of discount, but it looks like it’s more of a prepaid gift card kind of thing. Not a bad idea for people who eat at their local Dunkin’ Donuts regularly, but it’s not what I was looking for.


The Newsletter

You can also sign up for the Dunkin Donuts newsletter on their site. When you do, you get a free medium beverage coupon immediately, and you also get a free drink on your birthday. The copy on the “more information” page related to their newsletter points out that this is a way to stay up-to-date on their latest news and offers, so I’d assume you’ll receive regular special offers by email if you sign up. (I’ll sign up and update this article as I receive messages.)

Dunkin Donuts on Twitter

I took a look at the official Twitter page for Dunkin Donuts today, too. Looks like almost all of their Tweets are links to coupons, but they also look like they’re the same batch of coupons you can find visiting their homepage. If you’re a fan, it’s probably still worth following their Twitter account, though.

Third Party Sites

I also always try to look at RetailMeNot when I’m looking for coupons for a brand, and sure enough, RetailMeNot has a page dedicated to Dunkin Donuts. It looks like most of the offers are the same deals that were posted via Twitter and via Dunkin Donuts’ official site, so you’ll probably be just as happy bookmarking the official site and following their Twitter feed.

The Entertainment Book

I don’t have an Entertainment Book yet this year, but I seem to remember getting coupons for Dunkin Donuts in the last one I ordered. I don’t remember how long ago that’s been, but I think the Entertainment Book is a good bet if you like Dunkin Donuts. Even if they stop publishing Dunkin Donuts coupons, or if my memory is just failing me (I am getting older), you’ll get enough coupons for other stuff that it’s probably worth it. If you’re not familiar with the Entertainment Book, it’s a huge, thick book of coupons that you buy–the dollar value of the coupons in the book is more than high enough to make up for the cost of the coupon book.




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