There’s a big blizzard of savings at Dairy Queen! DQ fans are about to enjoy a blizzard of new treats and savings!
Spring’s here and summer’s around the corner, so that means Dairy Queen will be the hot spot for cooling down. And one of the most popular treats at the ice cream shop is the iconic Blizzard treat.
The popular ice cream shop just introduced five (5) new limited-time Blizzard flavors for customers to enjoy.
Here’s what’s on the 2023 Summer Blizzard Treat menu:
Peanut Butter Puppy Chow Blizzard – Made with crispy puppy chow pieces (cereal!), peanut butter topping, choco chunks, blended with vanilla soft serve ice cream.
OREO Brookie Blizzard – Made with OREO cookie pieces and brookie pieces (brownie & cookie baked together), blended with vanilla soft serve ice cream.
S’mores Blizzard – Made with marshmallow-filled DQ chocolate bars and graham cracker pieces, blended with vanilla soft-serve ice cream.
Cotton Candy Blizzard – Made with colorful cotton candy sprinkles, blended with vanilla soft-serve ice cream.
Choco-Dipped Strawberry Blizzard Treat – Made with sweet strawberry topping and choco chunks, blended with vanilla soft-serve ice cream.
Even sweeter, DQ is offering a special for Blizzard fans. In honor of the Blizzard being first swirled in 1985, customers can enjoy one small Blizzard for just 85 cents from April 10 to 23. Limit one per customer.
A small Blizzard is regularly around $4, so the savings are definitely sweet!
The offer is only available via DQ’s app at participating locations.
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NOTE: Not all locations offer the same national promotions. As a result, price and participation may vary. It’s always wise to call ahead for verification in your area. We strive to keep up with “limited-time offers,” but deals may end without notice.
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