Dippin' Dots Ice Cream at Dippin' Dots (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Colorful, flash-frozen beads of ice cream fill large cups and tingle tongues with flavors of cotton candy, chocolate, and more

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 24th, 2013. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of Dippin’ Dots ice cream; customers receive five $4 vouchers to be used over five separate visits
  • $5 for $10 worth of Dippin’ Dots ice cream

Dippin’ Dots' patrons satisfy sweet, icy cravings with a plethora of ice cream and treats that are prepared the way every food should be: cryo-blasted into hundreds of tiny pellets that can easily be smuggled in a sock. Cryogenic encapsulation, a flash-freezing process, results in the small beads of ice cream known to the world as Dippin' Dots. Gobble up flavors such as bubble gum, banana split, moose tracks, and cotton candy in small ($3.50), medium ($4.50), and large ($5.50) sizes. Flavored ice, sugar-free, sherbet, and yogurt options are also available.

Dippin' Dots

A science lab calls to mind test tubes, bubbling flasks of chemicals, manically laughing men in white coats—but rarely ice cream. But that's exactly where Curt Jones, chairman and founder of Dippin' Dots, came upon the inspiration for the tiny flash-frozen beads of ice cream. A microbiologist, Jones spearheaded the flash-freezing process of cryogenic encapsulation, a method capable of trapping in flavor and freshness.

Beginning as a retail shop in Lexington, Kentucky, the ice cream quickly began to quell the tantrums of Fortune 500 CEOs all over the country. Having won numerous awards since he created a new way to enjoy an old treat, Jones stays true to Dippin' Dots roots, making the ice cream at the company headquarters in Paducah, Kentucky. New additions to the Dippin' Dots family include Dots 'n Cream, a treat similar to traditional ice cream.

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