Bosa Donuts Is Finally Opening At The Arizona Center In Phoenix. Here's How To Score A Free Doughnut

Doughnut fans, mark your calendars. Bosa Donuts will open a second downtown Phoenix location at the Arizona Center at the northeast corner of Van Buren and Third Streets on Thursday, June 13.

To celebrate the opening, the new location will offer several specials throughout the shop's first week in business.

Deals include: 

  • Get a free doughnut or small hot coffee from June 13-19.
  • Get a free breakfast sandwich from 7 to 10 a.m. on June 13 and 14.
  • Get a free lunch sandwich from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 13 and 14.
  • Get a free small shaved ice in any flavor on June 15 and 16.

A line of people stand outside the new Bosa Donuts location in the Arizona Center on June 13. (Photo: Ava Garcia/The Republic)

This is the second recent opening of a Bosa Donuts in downtown Phoenix after a location opened on 310 S. Fourth Street inside The Summit at Copper Square on May 31.

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A third location is planned to open at 101 N. Central Ave. inside an office tower at First Avenue and Monroe Street.

Bosa Donuts

Opening day: Thursday, June 13.

Details: Located in the Arizona Center, 455 N 3rd St, Phoenix. 480-814-1681.

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