Krispy Kreme will be giving away a box of 12 doughnuts completely free of charge to Britons on Sunday. This will mark the end of the Euros 2020 tournament, where millions of football fans worldwide will be tuning in to watch England v Italy.
Krispy Kreme launched the deal when England made it to the quarter-final round against Ukraine.
Customers were able to buy one pack of 12 doughnuts and get one free on Saturday, July 3.
Since England defeated Ukraine, the offer was again available on Thursday, July 7, when England played against Denmark in the Euros semi-final.
The offer will be made available once again – and for the last time – on Sunday.
This was to celebrate the easing of England’s lockdown restrictions.
Customers were given a free Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnut, which usually costs £1.10.
The doughnut company launched in the UK in 2003, opening its first store in London.
Since then, it has expanded to other British cities including Edinburgh, Leeds, and Manchester.
There are now 118 Krispy Kreme stores in the UK.