One of the best seasons in Colorado is here, and Dairy Queen is celebrating that with the return of their "Free Cone Day." How can you get free ice cream next week?

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Free Ice Cream From Dairy Queen's In Colorado

Ever heard the expression "if you hate the weather, wait five minutes' when it comes to Colorado weather? While I cannot 100% confirm it, I'd imagine it was created during springtime in our great state as, not to quote Forest Gump, but you never know what you're gonna get. Just this week we went from the high 60s and gorgeous outside, to snow on the grass and my truck the very next morning. Springtime in Colorado is an absolutely wild ride that's impossible to truly predict. The official start to spring is finally here though, and Dairy Queen in Colorado is ready to kick it off right.

Free Cone Day at Colorado Dairy Queen's

Yup, this Monday, March, 20th, stop by any participating Dairy Queen and receive a small vanilla cone for free. It's truly that simple. No coupons to print, and nothing to show. Just show up, use your manners, and enjoy a free tasty sweet treat from Dairy Queen. In a press release from DQ, Maria Hokanson, who is their Executive Vice President of Marketing, said:

We like to think of Free Cone Day as the beginning of our favorite season – treat season. As we welcome the first day of spring, we invite all fans to stop by a DQ restaurant, get their free cone, and make great memories with friends and family.

Find your closest Colorado DQ location HERE and don't miss "Free Cone Day" around Colorado as we officially kick off one of the best seasons of the year. Spring! If DQ isn't your jam, maybe try this awesome Colorado dessert spot.

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