- $15 for three $10 vouchers to spend toward froyo ($30 value)
- Limit one $10 voucher per visit
- Pay-by-the-ounce frozen yogurt
- Your choice of flavors and toppings
- Open daily
- Promotion Expires August 6, 2013
No matter the time of year, DealChicken always has a hankering for a frozen treat. Inviting "you to become the master of your dessert," Orange Leaf Yogurt prides themselves on soft serving up delicious flavors and toppings in a welcoming atmosphere. Take control of your dessert destiny by designing your own yogurt creation from one of their 66 flavors topped off with as many of their 35 toppings as your taste buds demand. For just $15, create a frosty masterpiece for a price that won't freeze your finances.
Located in Madison, Orange Leaf is dedicated to their mission of promoting community and family by treating customers to great tasting, self-serve frozen treats. Believing that the average customer wants to eat better while still enjoying a delectable dessert, they provide decadent flavors that are reminiscent of traditional yogurt but healthier, along with smart topping selections such as fresh cut fruit. For those yogurt lovers on the go, their app for iPhone and Android devices allows customers to track daily flavors and vote for future offerings.
$15 for three $10 vouchers toward froyo ($30 value)
- Limit 2 per person, may purchase 2 additional as gifts. Limit one $10 voucher per visit. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back or cash value. Entire $10 value must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
Cow's milk is the most common milk for making yogurt, but did you know that yogurt is also made around the world with milk from water buffalo, goats, yaks, sheep and camels? Historically, there is some evidence that yogurt dates back to 2000 B.C.