Dairy Queen Menu Prices

Dairy QueenDairy Queen (DQ) is a soft serve and fast food restaurant with over 5,700 locations. The restaurant is also available in over 25 countries in the world. Dairy Queen menu prices are slightly higher than the average fast-food restaurant mainly because of their world-famous soft serve ice cream.

There are many different kinds of Dairy Queen restaurants and some do not offer the lunch meals, instead only offering soft-serve ice cream and Blizzards.

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Below are the latest Dairy Queen menu prices.

Blizzard Treats | Classic Treats | Sundaes | DQ Bakes | Shakes & Malts | MooLatte | Arctic Rush | Soft Drinks | Orange Julius |  DQ Combos | Snack Melts | Chicken Strips | $5 Buck Lunch | Salads and Sides | Kids’ Meal 

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Blizzard Treats

Oreo, Cookie Dough, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Butterfinger, Snickers, Heath, M&M’s, Banana Split, Strawberry Cheesecake, Chocolate Xtreme, Turtle Pecan Cluster, Salted Caramel Truffle, Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Smash, Brownie Cookie Dough, or Brownie Batter

Blizzard Treat Mini $2.89
Blizzard Treat Small $3.69
Blizzard Treat Medium $4.09
Blizzard Treat Large $4.69
Blizzard Treat Cone $3.89
Add Extra Stuff $0.69

Classic Treats

Peanut Buster Parfait $4.39
Banana Split $4.39
Cone Small $1.99
Cone Medium $2.39
Cone Large $2.69
Dipped Cone Small $2.39
Dipped Cone Medium $2.79
Dipped Cone Large $3.19
Waffle Cone (Plain) $3.89
Waffle Cone (Chocolate Coated) $3.89

Sundaes

Hot Fudge, Strawberry, Chocolate, Pineapple, Peanut Butter, or Caramel

Sundae Small $2.79
Sundae Medium $3.09
Sundae Large $3.39

DQ Bakes

Hot Desserts à la Mode

Fudge Stuffed Cookie $4.19
Apple Tart $4.39
Triple Chocolate Brownie $4.39

Shakes & Malts

Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Hot Fudge, Caramel, Banana, or Peanut Butter

Shake Mini $2.99
Shake Small $3.29
Shake Medium $3.89
Shake Large $4.59

MooLatte

Mocha, Caramel, Cappuccino, or Vanilla

MooLatte Small $3.49
MooLatte Medium $3.99
MooLatte Large $4.59

Arctic Rush

Cherry, Grape, Lemon Lime, Blue Raspberry, or Strawberry Kiwi

Arctic Rush Small $1.69
Arctic Rush Medium $1.99
Arctic Rush Large $2.29

Soft Drinks

Soft Drink Small $1.79
Soft Drink Medium $1.99
Soft Drink Large $2.19

Orange Julius

Strawberry Banana, Mango Pineapple, Tripleberry, Pina Colada, Orange, or Strawberry

Premium Fruit Smoothie Small $2.99
Premium Fruit Smoothie Medium $3.49
Premium Fruit Smoothie Large $3.99
Julius Original Small $3.19
Julius Original Medium $3.39
Julius Original Large $3.89
Add a Boost (Protein) $0.99
Add a Boost (Fresh Banana) $0.99

DQ Combos

Combos Include Fries & Drink

1/4 lb. Bacon Cheese GrillBurger $3.99
1/4 lb. Bacon Cheese GrillBurger – Combo $6.29
1/2 lb. FlameThrower GrillBurger $5.39
1/2 lb. FlameThrower GrillBurger – Combo $7.59
1/4 lb. Mushroom Swiss GrillBurger $3.99
1/4 lb. Mushroom Swiss GrillBurger – Combo $6.19
1/2 lb. Cheese GrillBurger $4.79
1/2 lb. Cheese GrillBurger – Combo $6.99
1/4 lb. Cheese GrillBurger $3.59
1/4 lb. Cheese GrillBurger – Combo $5.79
Original Cheeseburger $2.19
Original Cheeseburger – Combo $4.39
Original Double Cheeseburger $3.19
Original Double Cheeseburger – Combo $5.39
Chili Cheese Dog $2.49
Chili Cheese Dog – Combo $4.69
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) $3.89
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) – Combo $6.19
Chicken Bacon Ranch $4.89
Chicken Bacon Ranch – Combo $6.99
Chicken Mozzarella $4.89
Chicken Mozzarella – Combo $6.99
Turkey BLT $4.89
Turkey BLT – Combo $6.99
Alaskan Pacific Cod Sandwich (Limited Time) $3.19
Alaskan Pacific Cod Sandwich – Combo (Limited Time) $5.39

Snack Melts

Buffalo Chicken $1.89
Chicken Bacon BBQ $1.89
Chicken Quesadilla $1.89

Chicken Strips

Chicken Strip Basket 4 Pc. $5.49
Chicken Strip Basket with Drink 4 Pc. $6.49
Chicken Strip Basket 6 Pc. $6.89
Chicken Strip Basket with Drink 6 Pc. $7.89

$5 Buck Lunch

Every Day 11-4

Deluxe Cheeseburger Lunch $5.00
Chicken Strip Lunch 3 Pc. $5.00
Crispy Chicken Wraps Lunch $5.00
KC BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger Lunch $5.00

Salads and Sides

Chicken BLT Salad (Crispy or Grilled) $6.19
Chicken Garden Greens Salad (Crispy or Grilled) $6.19
Side Salad $2.19
Chicken Wrap $1.89
Fries Regular $2.19
Fries Large $2.69
Onion Rings Regular $2.49
Onion Rings Large $2.69
Breaded Mushrooms $2.49
Cheese Curds Regular $3.29
Cheese Curds Large $5.99

Kids’ Meal

Pick Your Meal, Side, Drink & Treat $4.29

Dairy Queen was founded in 1940 in Joliet, Illinois by John Fremont McCullough. McCullough originally developed the soft serve formula with his son Bradley in 1938.

Currently, the Dairy Queen brand is owned by the large conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway.

There are 5 main types of Dairy Queen restaurants:

  • Standard – primarily offer DQ frozen treats.
  • DQ / Orange Julius – Original DQ restaurant that features foods and drinks from the Orange Julius menu.
  • Dairy Queen Brazier – DQ restaurants that serve similar foods to the new Grill & Chill restaurants.
  • DQ Grill & Chill – New larger DQ restaurants that serve everything including their frozen treats as well as the new GrillBurger menu.
  • Texas Country Foods – DQ restaurants that are similar to the Brazier or Grill & Chill, except they are in Texas and have a custom-branded menu.

Dairy Queen sells many different foods including Blizzards, soft serve ice cream, Smoothies, Shakes & Malts, GrillBurgers, and more. This large variety of food makes the Dairy Queen prices a little higher than the average fast food restaurant. But they have many selections that most fast food restaurants do not, especially when it comes to frozen treats.

For more information about Dairy Queen, visit their official website.

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Dairy Queen FAQ

What time does Dairy Queen open?

Dairy Queen opens at 10 a.m. Be sure to check their opening hours based on your location. Unlike other popular fast-food restaurants, Dairy Queen does not open 24/7.

What time does Dairy Queen close?

Dairy Queen closes at 10 p.m. However, in some cities, Dairy Queen closes at 11 p.m. Be sure to check their website or give them a call to verify based on your location.

What year was Dairy Queen founded?

Dairy Queen was founded in 1940. It started as an experiment on a soft-serve dessert and all-you-can-eat for just 10 cents. This turned out well for Dairy Queen, and it has since become one of the most popular fast-food restaurants.

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Where was the first Dairy Queen opened?

The first  Dairy Queen was opened in Joliet, Illinois. The restaurant was then operated by Sherb Noble, serving the famous soft serve ice cream and other frozen products.

Who owns Dairy Queen?

Dairy Queen is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. They began their ownership in 1998, and it still is a successful business as of today.

How many Dairy Queen restaurants are there?

There are approximately 4,500 Dairy Queen restaurants in the United States, and 6,400 in other locations outside the United States.

Who started Dairy Queen?

Dairy Queen was started by John Fremont McCullough, Alex McCullough, and Sherb Noble.

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How did Dairy Queen get its name?

Dairy Queen got its name from John Fremont McCullough who claimed that the cow is the queen of the dairy business. Thus the name came about.

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50 Comments

  1. karen yencha says:

    Need prices for ‘cake” b.day party for 15 people

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    1. dayna daley says:

      I love dairy queen so much because of their awesome food, and there ice cream.

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    2. me says:

      wow med is 6.59 in Canada large is close to 8$ what a rip off

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      1. me says:

        for a blizzard that is’

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    3. Evan Johnson says:

      I would recommended two cakes because of the amount of people.

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    4. Sangvath says:

      I don’t even see the cake on this menu

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    5. Taylor says:

      no Karen but thank you.

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  2. Levy says:

    There Food is the best, i would not call it fast food ! Love that stuff!
    Blizzards Rock, Burgers melt in your Mouth.

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  3. puh says:

    Uhh large shake in Tennessee is only $3.83 after tax….

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  4. Teresa says:

    Why do Dairy Queens never remodel their stores?
    Love the food,reminds me of my childhood,
    The stores are outdated,look dirty,inefficient counters and never enough staff.Restrooms are the worst!
    I am in the Houston, Tx.area and would love to see Dairy Queen put some money back into the old existing restaurants.
    Thank you for listening.

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    1. McKenna says:

      well here in Wisconsin st. Croix falls the dq is amazing and so not like that

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  5. Mike in Warminster PA says:

    Love the DQ! chili cheese dog my favorite. Great place to take the kids and lots to select from. They also carry bags of rejects (Ice cream varities I guees somebody made wrong and they package for resale at a good price, but you never know what’s in the bag) is it on the menu? I did not see it.

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  6. Matt says:

    I like everything on the menu except the prices. Please make more affordable and modernize your store.

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    1. Passing through says:

      Agree with you there, Prices were always too high!
      There Stores are becoming bit unkept and dirty.

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    2. Carol says:

      good food but yes high prices. we got one 1/4 lb bacon cheese grillburger, 1/4 lb cheese grillburger, one large fry, one box of dilly bars, $23.91. no itemized receipt. seems a high price for what we got.

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  7. arainala says:

    What is the price of a blizzard in a cone???

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  8. PLH says:

    Who would ever think that DQ has the best tacos?? Love them.

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  9. jamison says:

    ive used this to play fast food with my friends it is really fun thanks tifbnmcjfodnci

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  10. Sam says:

    I really like this place, ‘cept it’s super cold inside. Their Blizzards keep me coming back, plus nice cashiers and a non-dangerous miasma.

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  11. Lee Evans says:

    Would be so nice if fast food restaurants in general stocked serious food for vegetarians. I’m so tired of stopping in and nothing substantial in the way of protein so I have to eat French Fries. I hate French Fries. Would be so nice to have a non-meat burger or non-chicken patties. Get the message, DQ? We are out here, all ready to over-run the first fast food restaurant that has fast vegetarian food that tastes good and is substantial.

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    1. Amanda says:

      Or you could just eat meat like a normal person.

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      1. Tristan says:

        XD that’s hilarious

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      2. layza says:

        girl /boy leave him/her alone she/he just be wanting a nice vegetarian option least she/he be out here not eating animals like u

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    2. Lee Evan’s Dad says:

      Son I’m disappointed in you. I don’t know what happened after you went to that hippie college, but it must have been terrible to turn you into a vegetarian. Your mother and I love you. Please stop being weird and eat a cheeseburger.

      Why would vegetarians pay for food when there is so much free grass outside?

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      1. McKenna says:

        haha amazing, your great

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  12. DENISE MAY says:

    I LIKE YOUR FOOD

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    1. Sangvath says:

      Do u know where the cake is?

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  13. kellisa says:

    I luv u so mush

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  14. Zack says:

    i would like to find out how and where does dairy queen get thier prices. such as making transporting, commercialing, and distribution.

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    1. hongkongphooey says:

      Pray to Soft Serve God and obey economic commandments.

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  15. Justin says:

    These prices can’t be right for Washington State. It says the flamethrower burger combo is $8.76 which is like $9.60 after tax when i just got that combo yesterday in Spanaway for $7.65 after tax. That’s like a 2 dollar difference O.o

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  16. Sangvath says:

    I like the food but where’s the cake menu

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  17. Kyla says:

    What is the best ice cream there?

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  18. Aidan Heitman says:

    I think that dairy queen is good but there prices are a little high

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  19. jack beireis says:

    bring down your blizzard prices please and ill be your friend

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  20. Julian says:

    I heard a lot of good things about dairy queen. I’m interested to see what happens. There is a building in Glenville that just shut down it was the Aubuchon Hardware store. It is right near near Hannaford I know for a fact some people like variety like me. A lot of people can walk, ride bikes or drive there. I suggest to maybe low the price of the 4p chicken strips because most of us asume they are very small & consider I rip off. I haven’t been there & I’m looking for a especially close to my house. Your decent competition is Applebees, Panera Bread and Target cafe & Starbucks in it & Starbucks in the Price Chopper, Pizza Hut and subway neon sushi it’s not really good it was better as friendlys. We definitely need more restaurants in our area.

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    1. Julian says:

      I looking for a job

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  21. Julian says:

    It is a decent building but I don’t know if you might need to fix it up

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  22. Karen says:

    the prices listed seem too high to be an average for my state. they are more than double what we pay in our city. that seems off.

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    1. Editorial Staff says:

      Hi Karen,
      What state are you located in? Thanks!

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  23. Craig says:

    I bought a 1/4 lb. Bacon Cheese GrillBurger – Combo today(2/9/2016) in Muscatine Ia.It does seem some of the other prices you list are also a bit high.BTW that combo was $6.20 including tax…you had $6.42 NOT including tax.

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  24. glen says:

    I did d.q. in Alaska for almost 20 years now they are walking distance going to check them out!! hope I am satisified!!

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  25. Chandra guthrie says:

    You need to up date this with dairy Queen prices they are not right in some dairy queens I live in Pevely Mo and it don’t match with them at all it

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  26. Darlene says:

    How much are the children n dumplings

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  27. Nancy Burkhart says:

    Interesting. I just got home from my nearest DQ in Ohio. Hadn’t had a Blizzard in ages but I felt like having one. They charged me $4.69 for a MEDIUM. That’s the price listed for a LARGE. And it definitely isn’t large. I thought they overcharged me last time I went there, too, about a year ago. Well, I definitely won’t go back there again!

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  28. Alyssa says:

    Current manager at a DQ in Indiana here. It’s important to know that most Dairy Queen stores are independently owned and prices will vary depending on the owners. Just wanted to let y’all know! 🙂

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  29. Emma Wish says:

    DAIRY QUEEN IS SOOO EXPENSIVE PLEASE LOWER YOUR PRICES

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  30. BRETT E DUPUY says:

    I GREW UP LOVING DAIRY QUEEN… I AM NOT CLOSE TO ONE I DON’T THINK..

    I CURRENTLY RESIDE AT COLUMBUS COLONY ELDERLY CARE… I AM CURIOUS IF DUE TO COVID-19, IF YOU ARE OPEN FOR DELIVERY AND WHICH LOCATIONS OFFER THIS SERVICE..

    I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU ALL IN THE NEAR FUTURE..

    THANK YOU..

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  31. Nancy says:

    Do you have sugar free ice cream, smoothies, milk shakes etc?

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  32. Jo ryan says:

    What is the price of a dilly bar

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