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· June 20, 2018
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· April 4, 2018
What You'll Get
Although the practice of luring ripe yogurt berries into economy-sized freezers is debated on moral grounds, no one can deny the tasty results. Today's Groupon humanely freezes yogurt for the enjoyment of all. For $10, you get $22 worth of self-serve fro-yo delights at Fiji Yogurt. From the yogurt dens of four locations in Mission Gorge, Linda Vista, Point Loma, and Hillcrest, high-quality healthful dessert decadence fills the literal and metaphorical cups of dedicated yogis and haberdashers alike.
Much like Ted Williams and Barbaro, yogurt is full of so much greatness that it must be frozen so it can be shared with future generations. Fiji Yogurt is a haven for frozen edibles, satisfying snacking cravings while supplying customers with a frigid superfood believed to help boost the immune system. In a world of predetermined sweets whose inflexible ingredients are wrapped together in stubborn cellophane, Fiji Yogurt gives its customers complete freedom to customize their own dream portions of fresh and hearty goodness. A menu of options unfolds to a long list of fat-free flavors like classically tart plain frozen yogurt, passion fruit, pistachio, Belgian chocolate, toffee coffee, blueberry cheesecake, Irish mint, angel food cake, marshmallow, and dozens more. With choices for every dietary need, juicy helpings of raspberry and boysenberry yogurts have no added sugar, and varieties like Orange Burst, Mango Tango, and Kiki Strawberry are completely dairy free.
Adventurous yogurts serve as artful canvases to a smattering of delectable toppings. Precipitations of diced almonds, pecan granola, Heath English toffee, peanut-butter chips, cheesecake chunks, mochi, animal cookies, and freshly prepared servings of blackberries, bananas, raspberries, and more rain upon the swirly dome of any yogurt. Because everything is self-serve, the final weight of a sweet creation determines the final price ($0.35 and $0.39 per ounce, depending on location). That means a pound of fine-tuned confections runs from $5.60 to $6.24, encouraging second and third pounds for ample yogurting. When you redeem your Groupon, you'll get a Fiji Yogurt gift card, so you can spend the value over multiple frozen trips.
- They have delicious flavors and delicious toppings!...whatever you choose you'll be stoked! Fun staff, great spot, lots of parking, and as expensive as you fill up your cup! – Amy W.
- Is it possible to be sexually attracted to a yogurt shop? If so, I think I've found my new life partner...best choice of toppings of ANY yogurt shop I've ever been to... – Lauren L.
- Whether your [sic] going for crunchy, chewy, tangy, smooshy (if that's a word) or fruity, they've got it. – Jennifer T.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fiji Yogurt
Frozen yogurt not only tastes good; it's also good for you. Each of Fiji Yogurt's 100 flavors can be consumed guilt free, even if they're not one of the sugar-free, fat-free, dairy-free varieties. Besides classics such as pistachio, vanilla, and chocolate, far-out flavors are inspired by dessert with varieties such as blueberry cheesecake and white chocolate mousse. Once patrons fill their cups at the red yogurt station, they move to the green countertop to choose toppings. Peaks of yogurt can be crowned with candy, cookies, nuts, and fruit, as well as chunks of cookie dough and cheesecake. Customers enjoy their cups while perched on chairs that match the counter or the candy-apple-red leather sofas that match the maraschino cherry bush growing out front.