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Dunkin’ Donuts of Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania unveiled its Penn State-themed promotions and products right before the start of the football season. Now through November 27, DD Perks members will receive a $1 medium hot or iced coffee the Monday after a Penn State football win. DD Perks members will no longer be receiving a digital coupon for a free medium or hot iced coffee after a Penn State football win. Also, the return of the Penn State Pride Donut will be topped with vanilla icing and blue sprinkles.

“We are thrilled about the return of college football season to give Nittany Lions fans everywhere the ultimate Dunkin’ experience and fuel their passion for the blue and white,” said Jamie Saam, Field Marketing Manager, Dunkin’ Brands. “As the preferred coffee of Penn State Athletics, we look forward to supporting the team on and off the field and keeping Penn State’s loyal fan base running on Dunkin’.”

The DD Perks Rewards Program rewards participants with points toward free beverages for every visit they make at a participating Dunkin’ Donuts. Once a DD Perks guests earn five points for every dollar they spend on qualifying purchases at Dunkin’ Donuts when they use an enrolled DD card during payment. A DD enrolled card can be used with the plastic card or via the mobile app.

Fans can also enjoy free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee samples at select home games at Beaver Stadium when they visit Football Fan Fest on the following dates:

  • September 9 vs. Pittsburgh Panthers
  • October 21 vs. Michigan Wolverines
  • November 11 vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Once a DD Perks member accumulates 200 points, they will receive a coupon for a free beverage at participating Dunkin’ Donuts. To enroll in DD Perks and for complete details about the program, visit www.DDPerks.com.

Nicole is a junior at Penn State and is a writer for the RISE Magazine. Her major is broadcast journalism. Aside from loving to write, she loves to dance. Contact Info: nicole@undergroundvoices.co

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