Last month, we told you about Dunkin’ Donuts plan to hand out free Metrocards around New York City. Now, DD tells SUBWAYblogger that they plan to hand out gift cards to rail riders! Some may even get $99 gift cards.
Here’s the details:
Hope all is well! I really appreciated you blogging about Dunkin’s MetroCard promotion last month, and wanted to let you and your readers know about another program where Dunkin’ is making the morning commute a little brighter for New Yorkers during these tough times.
On February 10th and 12th, Dunkin’ Donuts “Latte spies” will roam the New York metro area handing out loaded $5.00 gift cards to anyone they see holding a Dunkin’ Donuts bag or cup on their morning commute. Four lucky commuters will also receive $99 gift cards.
These giveaways are a component of Dunkin’s newly launched promotion where all stores in the tri-state area are now offering Lattes for only 99-cents, reinforcing that customers can still indulge in a high-quality beverage without blowing the lids off their budgets.
The “Latte spies” will travel on foot, as well as the LIRR, Subway, NJT and Hoboken Ferry in search of loyal customers at these locations:
Hicksville, Long Island and Penn Station/Herald Square (Tuesday, February 10th)
Iselin, Secaucus and Hoboken, NJ and NYC (Thursday, February 12th)
Now I’m just saying…SUBWAYblogger is a regular Dunkin’ Donuts coffee drinker. By regular I mean DAILY. I many not get spotted by a Latte Spy. Sooooo I’m just saying…HINT HINT. Wink Wink. Wouldn’t kill them to send some of those cards my way.
2 thoughts on “More Free Dunkin Donuts Merch in NYC”
I have always liked Dunkin Donuts coffee and you know they never made their prices outrageous like some of the competition. I also remember the movie Willard where millions and millions of RATS eat people alive. It is probably not a good idea to encourage eating and drinking in the subway system becasue it lands up feeding the dirty rats. Plus it’s a quality of life crime and you can get a ticket. I’ll take a pile o dem cards for free ones…
Dunkin’ Donuts is an international donut and coffee retailer founded in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts by William Rosenberg.This Dunkin’ Donuts has been around for a super-long time. Originally a Mr. Donut, it changed to Dunkin’ Donuts in either the late 80’s or early 90’s. It’s pretty much like every other Dunkin’ Donuts.
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