Dairy Queen Is Selling Blizzards for Just 85 Cents in April

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There’s a party at Dairy Queen next month, and we’re all invited. The fast food restaurant known for soft serve is celebrating the launch of Blizzard Treats back in 1985 with a pretty sweet deal. To get fans in on the fun, DQ is offering Blizzards for just 85 cents on select days in April.

To redeem the exclusive 85-cent Blizzard offer, you need to use the DQ mobile app. And you’ll have from April 10 to April 23 to get your hands on one.

News of DQ’s offer comes just as the chain introduced this year’s Summer Blizzard Treat Menu. Available starting today at participating locations, the menu includes three returning Blizzards and two exciting new additions.

Sure to be a favorite among peanut putter lovers is the new Peanut Butter Puppy Chow Blizzard. The frosty treat blends crispy peanut butter puppy chow pieces, peanut butter, and choco chunks with  vanilla soft serve.

The second new Blizzard is the Oreo Brookie Blizzard, a chocolate-y delight that blends Oreo cookie pieces and brookie pieces (brownie and cookie) with vanilla soft serve.

And since we all love a fan-favorite, the Blizzards that will be returning to this year’s Summer Blizzard Treat Menu include S’mores, Cotton Candy, and Choco Dipped Strawberry. According to DQ, the S’mores was deemed the #1 Blizzard flavor from fans, so we’re not at all surprised by its return.

What’s your Blizzard of choice?

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Danielle Harling is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with a love for colorfully designed-spaces, craft cocktails and online window shopping (usually for budget-shattering designer heels). Her past work has appeared on Fodor’s, Forbes, MyDomaine, Architectural Digest and more. 

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