Dairy Queen Is Celebrating National Ice Cream Day with $1 Off Any Dipped Cone

That pastel blue Cotton Candy-Dipped Cone is calling my name!

The sun is a-blazin’ and we’re all trying to figure out how to keep cool. I know some people want to sip rum drinks on the deck; others prefer to hang out indoors with the AC on and watch Netflix. Even though we may not all agree on the best way to chill out, there’s one thing everyone (kids included) can get behind: ice cream.

National Ice Cream Day is right around the corner, and Dairy Queen is serving up a sweet deal: $1 off dipped cones!

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream!

It’s not a secret—everyone loves a scoop of ice cream. This treat is a classic and Dairy Queen has more flavors than you could ever dream of. It’s a wonder National Ice Cream Day isn’t a paid holiday by now! For this year’s celebration, Dairy Queen is giving us all a special deal.

On July 19, DQ will take $1 off any size of their delectable dipped cones (excluding kid cones). Of course, there’s the Chocolate-Dipped Cone, which is a staple. However, this deal also includes the new Cotton Candy-Dipped Cone, and it’s so gosh darn cute. It’s a classic soft serve cone dipped in a pastel blue candy shell. Um…hello. I need 10 of them.

This Sweet Deal Is Available for One Day Only

This is a limited time deal, so it won’t last forever. You’ll be able to redeem this offer at participating locations on July 19 through Dairy Queen’s app.

You can even share your undying love of ice cream with Dairy Queen on social media with @DairyQueen or the hashtags #NationalIceCreamDay and #HappyTastesGood. I better see some beautiful pictures of pastel blue cones!

DQ still has takeout and delivery available, as well as indoor and outdoor dining at select locations. Choose whatever option is best for you and enjoy $1 off some ice cream!

Psst: July 19 is also National Daiquiri Day.

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