Graduation 2020: Deals and freebies for 2020 graduates

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The district already announced that graduation ceremonies will be held in cyberspace, but that doesn’t mean the pomp and circumstance has to be diminished. Planning for this virtual graduation experience is underway and includes traditional elements such as student speeches, music, and recognition of each graduate.

From Chipotle to Krispy Kreme, here are some deals available for the class of 2020

The Class of 2020 will certainly remember this moment as being a unique time to be a graduate. While ceremonies and festivities are delayed or become digital amid the coronavirus outbreak, there are still some ways graduates can celebrate their milestone.

Companies from Chipotle to Krispy Kreme are offering 2020 graduates a variety of deals, discounts and freebies.

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Chipotle: Between May 21 and June 30, the first 5,000 people to purchase a graduation-themed gift card will receive a promo code to get a free entree with the purchase of another entree. The chain is also hosting a scholarship contest on Instagram where students can enter to win $25,000.

Edible Arrangements: From May 14-June 5, Edible Arrangements is offering 20% off graduation gifts. In addition, the company is giving away 2,020 free arrangements to graduates through a social media campaign. To enter, graduates can post a video on social media using the hashtag #EdibleMoments with their name and their plans for celebrating graduation.

Krispy Kreme: On Tuesday, May 19, all 2020 graduates can get a dozen doughnuts for free. The offer, which is only available at participating Krispy Kreme locations while supplies last, can only be claimed if a 2020 high school or college senior is physically present.

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Pizza Hut: The chain, which was founded in Wichita, Kansas, announced on social media late last week that it's giving away 500,000 free pizzas in partnership with America's dairy farmers.