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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Salty Donut to open Audubon Park location Dec. 18, but launches online donut giveaway a week early

Posted By on Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 2:02 PM

click image PHOTO COURTESY THE SALTY DONUT/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy the Salty Donut/Facebook
The wait is over and the grand opening of Audubon Park's Salty Donut outpost is nearly upon us.

On Friday, Dec. 18, the popular Miami-based donut emporium will be pushing the doors of its first Orlando storefront wide open.



But if you can't wait a week, Salty Donut launched a pre-opening donut lottery today (Thursday, Dec. 10), in which you can score some preview treats ahead of the grand opening.

You can register for this lottery giveaway through the shop's Instagram or this form and you might be among 60 winners chosen daily to receive a free box of donuts between Monday-Thursday, Dec. 14-Dec. 17.

If you prefer waiting until the store opens to take it all in in person, during opening weekend Salty Donut will offer a bevy of seasonal flavors and even more freebies.

Besides perennial flavors like Maple+Bacon, Toasted Coquito and Chocolate Cookie Crunch, you can also avail yourself of seasonal concoctions like Gingersnap Cookie, Butter Beer and Boston Cream.

Intelligentsia coffee roasters will be dispensing free cold brew and batch crew coffee on opening weekend, and the first 50 customers each day on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will receive a free tote bag designed by the Lost Bros.

Salty Donut is located at 3025 Corrine Drive.


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