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Posted at 11:05 AM ET, 02/25/2011

Did somebody say free cupcakes?

By Washington Post Editors

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Georgetown Cupcake treats. (By Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

Cupcake lovers, rejoice! You have the opportunity to get free treats at two of D.C.'s sweet spots.

In honor of the start of the second season of "D.C. Cupcakes" on TLC, Georgetown Cupcake is giving away one free cupcake per customer all day long today (flavor of your choice). FYI, the first episode of the season airs at 10 p.m. tonight.

Not to be outdone, Sprinkles Cupcakes, which opens on March 3 just three blocks from Georgetown Cupcake, will offer a free dark chocolate to the first 50 people to whisper "M Street" at the shop.

Hmmm ... sounds like the shops might be baking up a cupcake war.

By Washington Post Editors  | February 25, 2011; 11:05 AM ET
 
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FYI...TV Tango is giving away a dozen FREE yummy cupcakes (delivered to your door) and T-shirt courtesy of the stars of DC Cupcakes, Sophie & Katherine of Georgetown Cupcake. Easy enter. Giveaway Ends 3/1/11.
Also: Exclusive Interview, Recipes and Videos.

http://www.tvtango.com/news/detail/id/312/

Posted by: catdigger | February 25, 2011 12:54 PM | Report abuse

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