Despite it still being chilly outside, the food holiday gods are declaring Monday, February 6, as National Frozen Yogurt Day.
Yogurt has been around for thousands of years, but it made its way to the Americas in the early 1900s. A brilliant entrepreneur decided to freeze it in the 1970s and, thanks to that sweet decision, ice cream no longer owned the family freezer or dessert shops.
While we aren’t exactly sure of the origin of this sweet holiday, we definitely love that it’s here. Any new deals that we find will be updated to the post as soon as possible! Don’t forget, if you’re hanging out at home, many of these places offer frozen yogurt delivery straight to you.
You may still be working on those New Year’s Resolutions, however, who needs healthy when it’s so creamy and delicious? Chill out and enjoy these National Frozen Yogurt Day deals and giveaways at participating locations on Feb. 6.
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt – Swirl sweet savings at one of the country’s most popular frozen yogurt shops on National Frozen Yogurt Day. Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt is offering a buy-one-get-one FREE cup of froyo with toppings on Feb. 6.
Pinkberry– Go pink on National Frozen Yogurt Day! Pinkberry is serving froyo lovers a buy-one-get-one FREE Swirl deal on Feb. 6. The complimentary cup must be of equal or lesser value. The offer is available in-store and online.
To get the deal, you must mention the offer to a crew member.
TCBY –TCBY is making a big deal out of National Frozen Yogurt Day. (Did you know that TCBY stands for “The Country’s Best Yogurt”?) The popular froyo shop is offering a FREE cup of froyo and toppings on Feb. 6. The first 6-oz. are complimentary. If you swirl more, just pay for the additional ounces.
In addition to variety of frozen yogurt, TCBY serves a wide selection of low-fat, nonfat and no-sugar-added options.
Yogurtland – Known for its handcrafted flavors, Yogurtland is offering a buy-one-get-one FREE cup of frozen yogurt or ice cream with toppings special on Feb. 6 — open to all customers. The complimentary cup must be of equal or lesser value.
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