The Dunkin’ BTN Pillow is Here, And For P199, You Can Now Hug Your Favorite Butternut Donut

You can now eat your Dunkin' butternut donut... and eat it too!
left: dunkin limited edition btn pillow, right: cha eun woo hugging the btn pillow
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Attention, Dunkin’ butternut donut lovers: if you ever wondered how Dunkin’s butternut donut could get better, how about if they released it… in pillow form?

Dunkin’ just released their limited edition BTN Pillow, and now you can eat your favorite choco butternut donut… while hugging it! This adorable pillow is a dupe of Dunkin’s best-selling butternut donuts, and it looks to be just about 2 feet in diameter. 

The launch of the BTN Pillow comes just after Dunkin’ introduced ASTRO’s Cha Eun-Woo as its newest endorser – and as if the BTN Pillow itself wasn’t enough, they’ve also released a photo of Cha Eun-Woo cuddling up to his very own BTN Pillow.

The limited edition BTN Pillow is available in all Dunkin’ stores nationwide, and can be purchased for P199 if you buy any hot or cold Dunkin’ beverage. The promo will run from March 30 to May 15, 2023, so make sure to score your own BTN Pillow before it ends!


For more information, check out the Dunkin’ Facebook Page here. If you just want to eat your donuts (the BTN pillow doesn’t seem to be available for delivery as of this writing) Dunkin’ is also available on foodpanda.

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