February 6, 2018: National Frozen Yogurt Day Deals


February 6, 2018, is National Frozen Yogurt Day!  YES!  I LOVE Frozen Yogurt.  This is a day that I am looking forward too!  If you have a frozen yogurt place near you, I’d pop in to see if they are having any specials.  (Some frozen yogurt places are locally owned/operated so just because they’re not on the list below doesn’t mean they won’t be having any specials.)

 I will update if I find anymore deals.  

 Here’s where to get FREE or discounted Yogurt on February 6, 2018:

Forever Yogurt

Get 3 oz FREE on February 6th.  No coupon needed.


BOGO Froyo all day on February 6th!  No coupon needed.


BOGO FROYO!  Valid on original with toppings, of equal or lesser value. Additionally, one of six unique bonus prizes will be randomly selected and loaded to the rewards member’s loyalty card or account when used at checkout to make a purchase on National Frozen Yogurt Day. Prizes include free toppings, additional BOGOs, double points, and one, two, or even three free swirls with toppings. Customers must register their Pinkcard account in order to redeem the BOGO deal and load their bonus prize.

Sweet Frogs

Spend $5 on froyo, you’ll get $5 back to spend on frozen yogurt at your next visit before March 31, 2018.



Six ounces FREE for everyone on February 6th – no coupon needed!  Limit one per person.



On February 6th from 4 to 7 PM, you can score FREE Frozen Yogurt & Toppings and a limited-edition Hershey’s Spoon! No coupon or purchase is required.   Click here for their store locator.


Yogurt Mountain

Yogurt Mountain will be sending out their National Frozen Yogurt day freebie through their mobile YOMO club.  If you’re not already signed up for text offers from Yogurt Mountain, click here to see how.  I love my Yogurt Mountain text coupons!  Plus, they use your YOMO club phone number to reward you for your visits!  Your 10th visit is free!

Happy #NationalFrozenYogurtDay

 I searched far an wide for deals as I learned that Yogurt shops are incredibly regional. Seems every region of the US has their own 2 or 3 chains.  We have Yogurt Mountain and Red Mango.  How about you?  Did I miss your local froyo spot?

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