In the mood for free frozen yogurt? That’s what’s in store on Monday, Feb. 6, which is International Frozen Yogurt Day.
Several “froyo” store chains will celebrate with freebies and discounts. Just be sure to call ahead to confirm whether a location is participating and when the deal is being offered. Here are five chains where you can score a sweet treat on Monday:
This chain will offer up to 4 ounces of free frozen yogurt to its rewards members. This freebie is available from opening until 6 p.m. at all locations.
If you aren’t already a member, you can sign up by downloading 16 Handles’ mobile app. Then show the cashier your app’s QR code on Monday to redeem your free yogurt.
16 Handles has locations in Florida and several Northeastern states.
Get $3 off a frozen yogurt purchase of $5 or more. This discount is available all day at participating locations.
Forever Yogurt has locations in California and Illinois.
This chain is offering one free frozen yogurt with the purchase of one frozen yogurt that’s the same size or larger. This BOGO deal is available all day at participating locations in the U.S. and Canada.
Menchie’s has locations in most U.S. states and Canadian provinces.
Get a regular Sweet Cup, which is normally $3.99, for 99 cents. This discount is available all day.
Sweet CeCe’s has locations in six states.
This chain is giving away 5-ounce frozen yogurt cups for guests “to top to their heart’s content.” This freebie is available only from 4 to 7 p.m. local time at participating locations.
Visit Yogurtland’s locations page to search for one near you.
For more freebies, check out “10 Great Freebies You Can Grab in February.”
What’s your favorite frozen yogurt chain? Let us know in a comment below or on Facebook.
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