While those other guys are trying to figure out how to serve breakfast all day, Dairy Queen has taken a slightly different tack.
The chain has just expanded its $5 and $6 Buck Lunch deals (yes, we know it’s redundant) availability to all day.
The deals were previously only available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Late September of last year, the chain did a limited-time test of the expanded deal hours.
Current offerings include:
- 3-piece Chicken Strip ($5)
- Deluxe Cheeseburger ($5)
- ⅓-pound Double with Cheese ($6)
- Crispy Chicken Sandwich ($6)
All meals come with fries, a 21-ounce fountain drink and a small sundae (it is Dairy Queen after all), with the option to upgrade the sundae to a small Blizzard for $1 more.
In other Dairy Queen news, the chain is looking to expand in Southern California, with another 12 locations planned in San Bernardino County and 14 in Riverside County in the coming years.
Also, the chain is hosting its Free Cone Day on Monday (March 20). Guests can receive a free medium vanilla cone at participating non-mall locations that day.