Yogurt Land Sweet Treats
- Enter to win a variety of tasty prizes to include a year of free Yogurtland frozen yogurt
- The promotion will expire on 09-13-2015
- Contestants are limited to one entry per day during the life span of the Yogurt Land Sweet Treats promotion
To enter please be a minimum of 13 years of age and a legal resident of the United States of America and ONLY one email address is allowed per contestant. Please note the grand prize (aka free yogurt for a year) will be awarded in the form of a $500 Yogurtland gift card and is based on buying a 10 oz. of yogurt, 2 times a week, for a year. 10 “daily prizes” will be awarded on a weekly basis and will feature lower dollar amount gift cards to Yogurtland.Advertisement:
- Founded in 2006
- Has more than 300 locations
- Based in Irvine CA
Please note that those looking to open a Yogurtland franchise can expect to pay between $380,000 to $435,000 just to get it up and running. Known for “Tokidoki” characters on their spoons that are highly sought after by loyal/geeky Yogurtland customers (some of these spoons have been known to be sold for more than $100).
Popular Yogurtland menu items?
- Strawberry Shortcake Pop
- Banana Pudding
- Wild Berry Tart
All of the above menu items are to die for BUT the best menu item is the Peanut Nougat with Almond Butter and Honey Gelato… this sucker is made with 100% California Milk and features huge pieces of candy nougat topped with crunch nuts and honey. The Peanut Nougat with Almond Butter and Honey Gelato is gluten free and made with 100% pure honey.
Mr. Phillip Chang founded the very first Yogurtland location back in Feb of 2006 in the college town of Fullerton, California and has become so popular with yogurt lovers they now have locations in the countries of Mexico, Venezuela, Australia, and Guam. An average visit to Yogurtland will cost a single consumer between $3 to $6.