Dairy Queen has a $5 lunch special good every weekday.
The DQ $5 lunch special features your choice of Three-Piece Chicken Strips or Deluxe Cheeseburger along with crispy fries, a 21 oz drink and a sundae for dessert. You can upgrade your sundae to a small Blizzard® treat for $1.
The $5 lunch, launched by DQ in 2013, is available from 11 am to 4 pm Mondays through Fridays.
Dairy Queen also has a $6 Buck Lunch featuring the one-third pound Double Burger with Cheese and the Crispy Chicken Sandwich.
For more information about the Dairy Queen system, visit DairyQueen.com. Connect with the DQ system on Twitter using #LOVEmyDQ and at twitter.com/dairyqueen. Visit the DQFacebook fan page, which has more than 10.2 million friends and become a friend atfacebook.com/dairyqueen.
If you haven’t joined yet, DQ will give you a BOGO when you join their Blizzard fan club, plus special coupons on your birthday and anniversary. For more details and to sign up, go to the DQ website at http://www.dairyqueen.com/us-en/Blizzard-Fan-Club/
About Dairy Queen (from Wikipedia)
Dairy Queen, often abbreviated DQ, is a chain of soft serve and fast food restaurants owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc, which also owns Orange Julius and Karmelkorn. The name “Dairy Queen” is taken from the name of their soft serve product, which the company refers to as “Dairy Queen” or “DQ”. The first Dairy Queen store opened in 1940 in Joliet, Illinois. The company’s corporate offices are located in Edina, Minnesota. In 2016 Dairy Queen had 6,700 locations.
A popular Dairy Queen item is the Blizzard, which is soft-serve mechanically blended with mix-in ingredients such as sundae toppings and/or pieces of cookies, brownies, or candy. It has been a staple on the menu since its introduction in 1985, a year in which Dairy Queen sold 100 million Blizzards. Popular Blizzard flavors include: Oreo Cookies, mint Oreo, chocolate chip cookie dough, M&M’s (Smarties in Canada),Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Heath bar, and Butterfinger.