Get a FREE Burger King Pup Cup For Ice Cream Month in Massachusetts
Happy National Ice Cream Month! It’s been a warm one lately, and on these hot summer days nothing tastes better than a cold, sweet, rich and creamy ice cream. But humans aren’t the only ones who appreciate the frozen treat. Have you ever seen a dog down a cup of ice cream? My dog will lap it down in seconds. I wonder if dogs get ice cream headaches. Good news dog owners, you can get a FREE Burger King pup cup for Ice Cream Month in Massachusetts, at participating stores.
There are many participating Burger King locations in New England that are dishing out pup cups this July. Just make any purchase and ask for your free pup cut to help cool down your furry family member.
This offer is for a limited time, and is for those locations that are part of the JSC Management Group. They want you to come celebrate Ice Cream Month with your pooch. According to JSC, they hope you will pamper your pet. They also suggest adding a crispy slice of bacon to you pup’s cup (for an extra charge) to give the treat that sweet and savory sensation
So, where do you get a FREE Burger King Pup Cup for Ice Cream Month in Massachusetts? MassLive reported, you will find all the locations, including some in Rhode Island and Connecticut HERE! You’ll find JSC Burger King locations in towns like Auburn, Norwood, Saugus, Taunton, Webster, and many more Massachusetts communities. In Rhode Island, you can find participating restaurants in Woonsocket, Warwick, Providence and many other towns.
What a great way to celebrate the season and your beloved pet. Certain Burger King locations are showing their appreciation for your loyalty by giving away a special treat for your loyal companion.
Certain Burger King locations in New England and upstate New York will participate in a free “Pup Cup” promotion this July with any purchase, offering pooches the chance to cool down while chowing down sweet treats. https://t.co/aonqzNB5xs— masslivenews (@masslivenews) July 14, 2023
If you are picky about your ice cream, and insist on homemade, then take a look at these sweet spots in Massachusetts: