Between September 7th and October 31st, Mister Donut shops across Japan will collaborate with Snoopy and other characters from the comic strip “Peanuts” as part of a special Halloween-themed celebration. Shops will feature a special lineup of “Halloween Donuts,” and also original goods and decorations with the theme of “Snoopy and Friends Enjoying Donuts.”
Delicious Doughnuts with a Halloween Theme
Visitors can try cute and delicious “Halloween Donuts” throughout the Halloween season. There are two “Snoopy Donuts”: “White Choco” and the chestnut flavored “Marron Choco,” priced at 183 yen each. Other themed doughnuts include the orange-frosted “Pon de Pumpkin” and the “Spider Choco Ring” for 151 yen each.
Take Snoopy and Friends Home with You
n addition to four “Halloween Donuts” being sold, sleeping blankets, called “Misodo SNOOPY Neruneru-ket” will be available as part of a special set.” Customers can get a Neruneru-ket for 1,080 yen with the purchase of a doughnut or six pieces of pie in addition to a Snoopy doughnut; for 918 yen with the purchase of s 16 piece Donut Pop; or for 864 yen with purchase of a drink and doughnut. Goods are available from September 7, until supplies last.
Don’t Miss Out on the Halloween Fun!
A set of 2017 schedule planners, called “Misdo SNOOPY schedulun 2017,” featuring Peanuts characters will also be available as part of a special set. Customers can get a Snoopy schedule planner for 1,080 yen with the purchase of a doughnut or six pieces of pie in addition to a Snoopy doughnut; for 918 yen with the purchase of s 16 piece Donut Pop; or for 864 yen with purchase of a drink and doughnut. Goods will be available from October 5, until supplies last.
All of goods are available in multiple styles, so you can choose your favorite! Stop by Mister Donuts and get into the Halloween spirit!
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