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Dairy Queen Coupons – Save On An All American Treat
When you imagine old fashion suburban America, I would bet DQ is a part of that image. It is certainly one of those vintage establishments that is synonomous with the USA. I recall way back during my childhood, my friends and I used to ask our parents for a few quarters and ride our bicycles over to the local Dairy Queen for a soft serve cone or a malt. This was in the days before the creation of the world famous DQ Blizzard in ’85. Only a trivial number of fast food chains spark up my imagination and bring back memories of childhood, imagery of drive-in theatres and 1950s clothing. Dairy Queen is among such chains. In my childhood years, when DQ soft cream cones cost lower than 25 cents, I used to cry and ask my mom for twenty five cents then ride my bicycle down to DQ and order for myself a delicious cool treat. In the dead of summer cold treats like that were like heaven on earth. It’s hard to imagine but in those days there were no Blizzards!Only soft ice cream. But we enjoyed it, especially the chocolate dip cones.
DQ’s fast-food meals were arguably comparable to the key burger stores, though DQ, as it now officially called, is still til this day most famous for its superior frozen desserts.Indisputably, the best-selling DQ product ever created is the Blizzard. It’s a dessert made of soft ice cream with mashed candies, chocolates, cookies, or fruits or berries mixed in. Currently there’re copycat desserts at most fastfood shops, but these were the original innovators. Dairy Queen has always offered Blizzard Treats in a wide assortment of mixed flavours, offering customers an opportunity to have a Blizzard made from their favorite candy, chocolate, cookie, or fruit. Of course some are more popular than others, and you’re in all probability most familiar with flavors such as Smarties, Butterfinger, M&Ms, Oreo, cookie-dough, and Skor Bar, etc. Among my favorite Blizzard flavors are the distinctive holiday flavors that come out around the time of Thanksgiving and Christmas time. The Dairy Queen Blizzard was developed from a mixed soft ice cream treat named “The Concrete”, so named because of its unequaled thickness. And DQ personnel often turn Blizzards upside down to prove their thickness.
I don’t think that you would be able to find somebody who would say that Dairy Queen is too steep and that they cannot afford to go there now and again. But DQ knows very well that families must budget and save money, and Dairy Queen coupons are one way that DQ helps you do that. One kind of coupon is an online coupon that entitles you to a free Blizzard. You can receive one of these coupons by registering for the Blizzard fan club on the net. Your registration will also entitle you to an added six 2-for-1 coupons every single year! Other than the Blizzard fan club, some other places to get your hands on some great Dairy Queen coupons are net-based coupon websites (not affiliated to Dairy Queen) and obviously your local newspaper and delivery fliers. DQ’s an affordable chain, just like it has always been. But in these tough economic times it’s reassuring to save as much cash as we can, and the character of DQ is to be good to its supporters and sustain their loyalty. This is a reason why DQ coupons are frequently offered by the company and distributed via newspapers, advertising fliers, and these days by way of internet too. If you’re thrilled by the thought of receiving a free Blizzard treat in addition to numerous two-for-one deals, you can straightforwardly register for the Blizzard fan club online. To find a wider variety of coupons for differing Dairy Queen products you can also visit coupon directories on the internet. They usually have a food and drink section, inside which you’ll be able to track down restaurant and fast-food coupons. Take a look at one of the major coupon directories and follow the easy navigation to the restaurant and food section and look for DQ. It’s a very simple process. Enjoy your next Dairy Queen treat!