McDonald’s Expands Test Of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

McDonald's senior coffee: better with Krispy Kreme?

CHEW BOOM – Starting March 21, 2023, McDonald’s will bring Krispy Kreme doughnuts to even more local restaurants as part of an expanded market test across 160 locations in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky.

As part of the expanded market test, McDonald’s will be serving three Krispy Kreme fan-favorites: the Original Glazed Doughnut, Chocolate Iced with Sprinkles Doughnut and Chocolate Iced Kreme Filled Doughnut [aka “Boston Cream” – HH].

McDonald’s says the expanded test will help the brand learn more about operational impact on a larger scale as well as explore customer demand.

Additionally, this time around, McDonald’s is offering even more ways for fans to satisfy their Krispy Kreme craving, with doughnuts available all day in-restaurant, at the drive-thru, via McDelivery and on the McDonald’s App.

McDonald’s initially started a small operations test of select Krispy Kreme doughnuts at just nine restaurants in Louisville and the surrounding area back in October 2022.

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[Krispy Kreme products are sugar bombs; enjoy on rare occasions. – HH]

Can’t get Krispy Kreme or senior coffee at your favorite McDonald’s location? Contact the company here. 

Should McDonald’s Continue To Offer Senior Coffee Discounts?

November 12, 2022 by Linda

In the United States, McDonald’s offers senior coffee discounts to customers aged 62 and over. The senior coffee discount entitles customers to a discounted price on any size hot brewed coffee.

The discount may vary by location, but is typically around 10-15% off the regular price. In recent years, McDonald’s has come under fire for its senior coffee discount policy.

Critics argue that the discount is ageist and discriminatory, and that it should be available to all customers, regardless of age. What do you think? Should McDonald’s continue to offer its senior coffee discount, or discontinue it in favor of a more inclusive policy?

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McDonald’s gives a discount on their coffee and other beverages to customers over the age of 55. A cup of coffee at McDonald’s costs about a dollar to a dollar and a quarter. Seniors, on the other hand, pay between 65 cents and 86 cents for it. McDonald’s does not have a discount center, the only thing that does is offer the app and mailbox incentives.

In addition to offering various types of cards, they also provide a variety of security systems. The other option is to buy four or six lattes from us and have them delivered to you. When you don’t receive a discount, ask them why.

McDonald’s, the world’s largest fast-food chain, announced a permanent discount program for senior citizens on Tuesday, offering a special price of 25 cents for a small coffee or soft drink to those aged 60 and up.

McDonald’s will not provide a company-wide senior discount in 2022. Senior discounts on small-sized drinks for those over the age of 55 are available at some McDonald’s locations, but the discounts vary by location.

McDonald’s customers of any age can take advantage of additional discounts and promotions when they use the McDonald’s app.

Senior citizens aged 55 and up are usually offered discounted coffee and beverages at McDonald’s. There is no corporate policy that entitles senior citizens to a discount, according to their website. There are outlets that offer discounts, and there are outlets that do not. This is a secret that shouldn’t exist in the first place.

The discount for senior citizens is a percentage off, but not a 100% off. It is only available to residents of the United States who are at least 55 years old. Senior discounts are also different at each store.

McDonald’s prices vary by location, according to their website, and are also subject to change around the world. Most McDonald’s restaurants have senior citizen discounts only for soft drinks and coffee, tea, and fruit juice … READ MORE. 


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