Buy A $50 Dunkin’ Gift Card And Get Another $30 Free

For a limited time, Dunkin’ is offering a fantastic deal when you buy a Dunkin’ gift card online.

What is the offer?

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Ninja Note: Deal expired. See the latest Dunkin’ deals here.

Dunkin' "Gift One, Get One" promotion

Dunkin (formerly Dunkin Donuts – I still call it that) is offering an additional $30 Dunkin gift card for free when you buy $50 in Dunkin gift cards by December 25 (or while supplies last).

In other words, you’ll get $80 worth of Dunkin’ credit for spending just $50 which is like getting almost 40% off!

This is done through their gift card vendor Cashstar. Note that the free $30 credit will be sent via 3 separate $10 gift cards. This is actually better in case you want to give it to someone as a stocking stuffer!


How do I participate in this Dunkin’ offer?

Anyone can do this. The terms and conditions are below:

  • Minimum purchase of $50 in total Dunkin’ Gift Cards during one transaction on only.
  • Excludes Dunkin’ Gift Card purchases in Dunkin’ restaurants, app, bulk, and 3rd Party locations.
  • Limit $30 in bonus eGift Cards per customer from 12/18/19 – 12/25/19 or while supplies last.
  • The $10 promo eGift Card must be enrolled on the Dunkin’ App, or redeemed at a participating Dunkin’ locations by 1/31/20 to receive promotional $10 value.

The Bottom Line

There’s also a similar Starbucks’ promotion happening at the same time. I’m getting both as I think they each have their place. I’m not going to get baited into which is better for the price – I know each of them have a rabid fan base.

I will say I prefer Starbucks’ lattes over Dunkin’s, but prefer Dunkin’s coffee over Starbucks’.

Either way, a sweet deal on both coffee chains for the holidays!

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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4 years ago

Well that’s cool!

Susan M
Susan M
4 years ago

sold out?