Meal deal: Dairy Queen is making its popular four-item $5 Buck Lunch available all day, not just for lunch, through Oct. 31. So if you want a burger, fries, soft drink and ice cream for breakfast, or as a late night snack, you can indulge. For $5.
The meal deal is being offered at participating locations nationwide, including in New York City, but not in Texas, for whatever reason.
It’s one of the best fast food values around. Five bucks gets you a bacon cheeseburger, fries, a 21 ounce begerage, and a classic DQ soft serve ice cream sundae.
You can also upgrade to a $6 Buck Lunch with options including a Deluxe Bacon Cheeseburger or Crispy Chicken Sandwich.
The cheeseburger features a 100 percent beef patty topped with hickory smoked bacon, ketchup, mayo, and melted American cheese.
You can also upgrade the $5 Buck Lunch with a Blizzard® Treat for $1. In celebration of National Ice Cream Month, the featured Blizzard of the Month is the M&M® Peanut Butter Monster Cookie Blizzard Treat.
This is a sweet and crunchy blend of M&M® candies, smooth peanut butter, choco chunks and peanut butter cookie pieces hand-crafted together with creamy DQ signature vanilla soft serve.
See NYCOTC go-to site Fast Food Nutrition for information about the fat and salt content of DQ burgers, fries, Blizzards and other menu items.
For more information about the Dairy Queen system, visit DairyQueen.com.
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About International Dairy Queen:
It is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A and BRK.B) which is led by Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire. Based in Minneapolis, it is the parent company of American Dairy Queen Corporation, which develops, licenses and services a system of more than 6,700 locations in the United States, Canada and 28 other countries.