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    Dunkin' Launches All You Can Meat Breakfast Sandwich

  • Industry News October 3, 2018
    Dunkin'
    Dunkin’ has more meaty news for breakfast fans in October, with a special offer of two Bacon, Egg and Cheese breakfast sandwiches served for only $5 all day at participating Dunkin’ restaurants now through December 30.

    Meat lovers have met their perfect match at Dunkin’. No longer must ordering a breakfast sandwich force a furious compromise over which one and only one classic meat to enjoy, as Dunkin’ is now bringing bacon, ham and sausage together into a single sandwich selection with the launch of the new All You Can Meat Breakfast Sandwich.

    Dunkin’s All You Can Meat Breakfast Sandwich delivers meat fans everything they crave in one hearty, premium sandwich. It features two strips of bacon, two slices of ham and one sausage patty, served with egg and American Cheese on an oven-toasted croissant. The All You Can Meat Breakfast Sandwich is now available for a limited time at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide.

    Dunkin’ has more meaty news for breakfast fans in October, with a special offer of two Bacon, Egg and Cheese breakfast sandwiches served for only $5 all day at participating Dunkin’ restaurants now through December 30. For on-the-go guests looking for an afternoon boost, Dunkin’ is also offering a special way to stay refreshed and recharged, as now through November 18, participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide are serving any-sized Iced Coffees for only $2 between 2 PM and 6 PM. This includes favorite flavors to satisfy fall cravings, such as classic Pumpkin and Maple Pecan flavored coffees.

    Finally, from October 5 through 7, guests who purchase an Iced Coffee between 2 PM and 6 PM will receive a free order of Donut Fries. Introduced nationwide this summer, Donut Fries feature five individual pieces of delicious, buttery croissant style donut dough tossed in cinnamon sugar and served warm with just the right amount of crisp.

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