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Here's Where You Can Get Free Doughnuts and One-Cent Cupcakes Today

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Congrats, you made it through Monday. And you know what you deserve for surviving the ever-rough re-entry to the workweek? A free doughnut. 

All you have to do to claim your reward is head to the newest Valley location of Fractured Prune, the build-your-own doughnut shop, which opens today at the Shops at Norterra in North Phoenix. Starting at 7 a.m. today (Tuesday, December 15) the new doughnut shop will give away free doughnuts to the first 200 people at arrive, in addition to offering attendees the chance to win prizes such as an Apple iWatch and MacBook Air.

Fractured Prune at the Shops at Norterra is located at 2530 West Happy Valley Road. For more information, visit the Fractured Prune website

And in case you don't have your food holiday calendar on hand, we're also here to remind you that today is National Cupcake Day. In celebration, Sprinkles Cupcakes in Scottsdale is offering cupcake for a penny for those who come pay using Android Tap and Pay on their phone. The deal is only available today, Tuesday, December 15. Limit one cupcake per customer. 

Sprinkles is located at 4501 North Scottsdale Road and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, visit the Sprinkles cupcake website

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