I know how to save money; by using my advice, you can get a free Dilly Bar and save $2 on a favorite Dairy Queen item.

If you love Dairy Queen desserts, you’ll adore this food hack that is equally sweet.

You can make some savings when ordering there, according to The Deal Guy, a YouTuber.


The burger portion in the kid’s meal is exactly the same size as the one in the adult meal, which you might not be aware of.

But there’s another trick you can use to save money and even get a free Dilly Bar.

The Deal Guy recommends paying $5.39 before taxes for a cheeseburger kids’ meal and asking for a soda instead of milk or bottled water.

You receive a full-size hamburger, fries, a small drink that you can always refill, and a Dilly Bar.

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In the video, he contrasts the kid’s meal with the adult meal, demonstrating that the burger sizes are the same despite the adult meal costing $2 more.

Even the portion of French fries is comparable, he claimed.

Even Burger King has tricks, which is useful if you’re undecided.

The Deal Guy advises ordering both onion rings and fries if you don’t want to have to make a decision.

Just request half and half, also known as Frings, he advised.

Most store clerks and drive-through workers will be happy to provide you with half and half without charging you extra.

He even tries this trick out at his neighborhood Burger King by ordering medium fries and asking the staff to fill it with half fries and half onion rings.

I benefited from not having to choose between fries and onion rings because the person taking my order wasn’t in the least bit bothered.

If you order a kid's meal and get a soda instead of milk or water, you'll be given a free Dilly Bar


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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