What does Fan food mean?
Though Dairy Queen has long been known for frozen treats like the S’mores Blizzard, a new ad campaign hopes to draw fans to its food, too. A focus of the campaign—which includes television, radio, print, and social media spots—is the new tagline, “Fan food. Not fast food.”
What happens if Dairy Queen doesn’t flip your Blizzard?
According to a DQ Instagram they are, but if more than one BLIZZARD is ordered at the drive-thru, “Only the first BLIZZARD treat [has to be flipped] in the drive-thru and on multiple orders.” There’s also that DQ guarantee: If the drive-thru person doesn’t flip the first one, the next BLIZZARD is free.
How do I get a free Blizzard from Dairy Queen?
Who wants a free Blizzard from Dairy Queen?
- Search for the Dairy Queen app in your phone’s app store, and download it to your phone.
- After downloading the App, you’ll be asked to log in, which you can easily do, especially if you’re using Facebook.
- On the Welcome Page, you’ll see “Deals & Rewards”.
Is DQ considered fast food?
Dairy Queen (DQ) is an American chain of soft serve ice cream and fast-food restaurants owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.
Is DQ Blizzard real ice cream?
Blizzards technically aren’t ice cream That’s because they can’t! According to the FDA, a product must contain at least 10 percent butterfat or milkfat to be called ice cream, and DQ’s soft serve only has 5 percent—hence why it’s always referred to as a Blizzard “treat.”
Do you get a free Blizzard at Dairy Queen on your birthday?
DQ birthday freebie link You have to join the DQ e-mail club and on your birthday you’ll receive a BOGO coupon–buy one Blizzard, get one free.
Are Dairy Queen Blizzards 99 cents?
Customers can purchase any flavor and size of a DQ Blizzard and get the second Blizzard of equal size or smaller for just 99 cents. Mint Oreo is the Blizzard of the month.