Most people love donuts, right?
Krispy Kreme is reportedly offering people incentives to get vaccinated. If you have your vaccination card on you, the company will offer you one free donut everyday for a year.
All things considered, this is pretty cool.
I will never agree with Covid passports, or forced vaccination, but hey if Krispy Kreme wants to give people free donuts for getting a vaccine then that’s totally cool.
I doubt this is going to change anyone’s mind who is not already on board with the vaccines, but if you have to get it anyway, or you plan on taking it, make sure you grab your free donuts.
Check it out:
CBS News had more on the story:
In case you needed another reason to get your COVID-19 vaccination, Krispy Kreme is sweetening the deal — it's giving free doughnuts to anyone with proof of vaccination, all year long.
Starting Monday, any customer with a valid COVID-19 vaccination card will receive a free Original Glazed doughnut at participating locations nationwide. The iconic doughnut shop specifies that any guests who have received at least one of the two shots of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine qualify for the promotion.
All you need to show is your vaccination card to redeem your doughnut — a vaccine sticker is not valid.
And it's not just a one-time offer. Vaccinated individuals can go back every single day and continue getting free doughnuts through all of 2021.
CNN Business came through with more details:
The card must show one or two shots of any of the Covid-19 vaccines to qualify, and it must be redeemed at a store. You don't need to buy anything to get your daily free doughnut.
"We all want to get COVID-19 behind us as fast as possible and we want to support everyone doing their part to make the country safe by getting vaccinated as soon as the vaccine is available to them," said Dave Skena, Krispy Kreme chief marketing officer.
However, the company acknowledges that not everyone will get the vaccine.
"We understand that choosing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine is a highly personal decision," the news release says.