Calling all donut lovers! National Donut Day is this Friday, June 1st and Kane’s Donuts is ready to celebrate. Kane’s will offer their annual “Super Dozen” deal in honor of National Donut Day. Guests who purchase a dozen donuts at either Kane’s location will get an additional three free donuts, making a “Super Dozen” of 15.

On Friday, June 1st you will be able to choose from the following assortment of classic Kane’s flavors. Limited flavors will be available on National Donut Day while supplies last.

Locations:  Kanes Donuts / Saugus – 120 Lincoln Avenue, Saugus, MA 01906 or Kanes Donuts / Boston – Two International Place, 90 Oliver Street, Boston, MA 02110.


  • Honey Dip
  • Maple Bacon
  • Raised Frosted
  • Butter crunch
  • Coconut
  • Plain
  • Cinnamon
  • Boston Cream
  • Jelly
  • Honey Lemon
  • Apple Fritters
  • Chocolate Honey Dip
  • Turtle
  • Gluten-free Chocolate
  • Gluten-free Old Fashion
  • Gluten-free Orange Burst

About Kane’s Handcrafted Donuts

Kane’s Handcrafted Donuts’ first location opened its doors in Saugus, MA in 1955 where it quickly became an iconic spot for local residents with a steadfast tradition of serving artisanal donuts prepared daily on-site and made fresh with local ingredients. To commemorate its 60th anniversary in March 2015, Kane’s opened up its second location – Kane’s Handcrafted Donuts – in Boston’s financial district on the corner of Oliver and High Street inside International Place. For more information, please visit

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