$10 for $20 Worth of Coffee, Ice Cream, and More at Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins

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In a Nutshell

  • Half off ice cream, doughnuts, coffee, and more
  • Famous coffee
  • Delicious flat-bread sandwiches
  • Classic ice-cream cakes

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 16th, 2010. Not valid and cannot be combined with other offers and coupons; One Coupon Per Visit. No cash refunds and entire coupon value must be spent in one visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Today's Groupon is the reason you bought the Groupons for fitness classes and gym memberships we've offered over the past few months: $10 gets you $20 worth of sweet sugar heaven at Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin' Donuts in Plano and Carrolton, the only two combo locations in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Treat the office to coffee and a dozen sweet doughs, or bring cold treats to the little league team you were court ordered to coach.

Ice cream cools hot mouths, gives spoons a purpose, and turns into soup, so it's both a dessert and second course. Try one of Baskin-Robbins's ice cream cakes—including flavors such as fudge crunch, Oreo Cookie, Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, and brownie a la mode—or indulge in soft serve, ice cream, sundaes, and more. For other sweet treats, go with doughnuts, which are renowned for being a superior form of bread; standout flavors include blueberry cake, Bavarian creme, Boston creme, glazed cake, jelly filled, French cruller, apple crumb, and more. If you prefer non-sweet food, bite into a bagel or one of the oven-toasted flatbread sandwiches that come in flavors such as chicken parmesan, ham and swiss, and turkey, bacon and cheddar.

Soothe your caffeine withdrawal symptoms with a cup of world-famous Arabica coffee. If you want to slug down some sweet stuff, grip a cup of frozen Cappuccino Blast, which comes in a variety of flavors, including mocha, turtle, caramel, original, nonfat original, reduced-fat, and more, including made-with-soft-serve, Oreo 'n Cookies, and mocha.

Reviews

Texas Yelpers testify to the merits of sugar, cream, caffeine, and dough:

  • Dunkin Donuts, how I love thee. You sustained me with your cheap coffee and donut holes through late night studying sessions in high school (am I outing the nerd in me?). – Liz L.
  • I lurve your donuts... They're light and airy, never dense or overfried. Iced to perfection, nothing beats the flutter of excitement as I sink my teeth into you. – Nikki B.
  • I love the Dunkin' Donuts brand. It is quirky, a bit anti-Starbucks, cool colors, retro, northeastern, etc. Oh, and on top of that, the donuts are great. – Colin B.

A Disheartening Descent into Deteriorating Dictation

Many donut critics praise Dunkin’s dunk-able donuts and attempt to write in Dunkin’s alliterative style for reviews. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to generate donut alliterative praise on a regular basis. Alliterative donut podcaster Don Friedkin at Don’s Donut Garage is starting to run out of steam:

  • Don’t delay! Dunkin’ Donuts’ dunked doughy drops of dough don’t disappoint! – January 2009

  • Dive directly dead-ahead to Dunkin’s delectable delicacies! – March 2009

  • Definitely drive to Dunkin’ Donuts for some things. – June 2009

  • Dunkin’ Donuts don’t…not…double…Dennis. – August 2009

  • Goodunkin’. – September 2009