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

Dairy Queen's National Ice Cream Day deal is a superb reason to indulge.

The sun is a-blazin’ and we’re all trying to figure out how to keep cool. I know some people want to hang out indoors with the AC on and watch Netflix, while others want to head out for a scoop of fast food ice cream. I’m firmly in the second camp.

It looks like the whole nation agrees with me, because we actually have a National Ice Cream Day! It’s right around the corner, and Dairy Queen is serving up a sweet deal: $1 off dipped cones!

Dairy Queen’s National Ice Cream Day Deal Is Delicious

Dairy Queen keeps it fresh every summer with its summer Blizzards, but the chain was originally known for their ice cream cones. It’s no secret why—everyone loves a scoop of ice cream. This treat is a classic and Dairy Queen knows it. 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 Sunday, July 17, DQ will take $1 off any size of delectable dipped cones (excluding kid cones). This deal includes the classic Chocolate-Dipped Cone, which is always a bestseller—and for good reason! It features DQ’s signature soft serve topped off with a rich chocolate shell, and it’s a dessert we can never get enough of.

If you want to pick up a Blizzard too, you might want to know why Dairy Queen flips Blizzards.

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 Sunday, July 17 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 those dipped cones!

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.