$1 + Yogurtland in Burlingame, CA = World’s Tallest Yogurt, Maybe…

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World’s Tallest Yogurt for $1 at Yogurtland in Burlingame California…

World's Tallest Yogurt Yogurtland Land Burlingame CaliforniaThis weekend, SF Bay Area residents can get more frozen yogurt they’ve ever dreamed of at Yogurtland in Burlingame . . . for only $1! That’s right. Normally, you pay according to weight with your froyo and desired toppings. For this event, pile as much on as possible and pay only $1.

So be daring and try something new. The featured flavors at the event include Almond Midnight Mocha, Kona Coffee, Toasted Coconut, Red Velvet, Cookies & Cream, Pecan & Pralines, Blue Lychee Tart and Taro, as well as some of Yogurtland’s most popular flavors including Plain Tart, Raspberry Tart, Vanilla Bean, Pistachio, Strawberry, Dulce de Leche, Chocolate Mint Cookie, and Dutch Chocolate.

The key to this event is to bring people together to enjoy new taste combinations in a creative way. We use natural ingredients from all over the world to create our yogurt, and we will have more than 15 innovative varieties of sweet, tangy, silky, and/or chocolaty options at this event to choose from. We can’t wait to see the extreme creations as patrons fill their cups as high and wide as possible.

— David Lee, Manager of Yogurtland Burlingame

Each customer can buy up to two 4 oz cups, at $1 each. Also, if you take a one-minute survey  you may just win a $100 Yogurtland gift card. Kids will definitely keep busy at the roof-top color station, if they’re not too busy eating their yogurt, that is. See you there!

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  1. says

    You know TerriAnn, I remember back in the late 80’s when this exploded and then it died. Suddenly all the Yogurt stores dried up and disappeared. Now I have noticed they are back and starting to popup everywhere. I saw one at Valley Fair in San Jose and now they are at all the malls in our area. Burlingame is far for me, but I will call the one by my house to see if they will honor that. Thanks for the tip!

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