Dunkin’ Lattes Are Only $2 This December—Here’s How to Get Yours

Fuel up for cheap with bargain Dunkin' lattes (and more).

Dunkin’ has a holiday deal that’s giving Starbucks’ BOGO offer a run for its money. If you need to fuel up for some serious down-to-the-wire gift shopping, Dunkin’ is serving up the best holiday deal we could have asked for this December.

What’s the deal?

From now until the end of 2019, coffee lovers can get select medium-size drinks for just $2 in the afternoon—from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., to be exact. Talk about a happy hour (or four)!

This discount on Dunkin’ lattes doesn’t extend to its new holiday lineup, which includes Peppermint Mocha or Holiday Eggnog, but it does include all medium-sized lattes, cappuccinos and americanos.

You can always order a custom Custom Coolatta or Toasted French Vanilla (iced coffee + French vanilla shot + toasted almond shot + almond milk), thanks to Dunkin’ Donuts’ secret menu. Plus, you can keep the holiday spirit alive year ’round. A Pumpkin Spice Latte in July? Sure, why not?

How do I get the discount?

Just show up at your local Dunkin’ between 2 and 6 p.m. While it’s not necessary to get the discount, you’re also going to want to download the Dunkin’ app for additional deals and extra DD Perks rewards.

From November 29 through December 2, for example, app users can earn three times the points on their food and drink purchases. This limited-time offer doesn’t include bottled drinks, so triple your points with a Frosted White Chocolate or Gingerbread S’mores coffee. This is the time to load up on Peppermint Mochas and Holiday Brownie Crumble Donuts, too!

Starbucks may have said goodbye to its fan favorite Gingerbread Latte this year, but Dunkin’ has a Toasted Gingerbread Signature Latte, featuring gingerbread, marshmallow, chocolate and cinnamon sugar all in one delicious drink.

See? Plenty of reasons to head to Dunkin’ to head off the afternoon slump.

No Dunkin’ nearby? Make one of these coffee shop classics at home.

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Krista Garcia
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