Yogurtland doubling points every Wednesday this month

Yogurtland X Sour Patch Kids Partner for New Flavor. Image courtesy Yogurtland
Yogurtland X Sour Patch Kids Partner for New Flavor. Image courtesy Yogurtland /

Yogurtland recently announced their collaboration with Sour Patch Kids for their new watermelon sorbet but they’re making it an even better deal with their new offer for members of their Real Rewards program.

Every Wednesday for the rest of August, if you buy a Sour Patch Kids Watermelon sorbet or any sweet treat from the frozen yogurt shop, you double your points on your Real Rewards account. With the program, you get two points for every dollar you spend. So say you spend $6.99 on a watermelon sorbet with Sour Patch Kids on top. Instead of getting 12 points on your account, you get 24!

Considering how hot it’s been just about everywhere, this is a great way to cool down as the summer comes to an end and rack up some points.

And, of course, the more points you have, the more rewards you can trade them in for. Rewards include things like five dollar rewards every time you earn 100 points, $5 off on your birthday, double the points every 2nd of the month, quarterly bonus points, and a half birthday reward if you get to the top tier.

Who knew the love of Sour Patch Kids (or frozen yogurt in general) could get you some deals?!

Yogurtland doubling points every Wednesday in August

The reward tiers range from the Signature Tier which is for beginners, the Premium Tier for those who have received at least 200 points, and the Ultimate Tier which is for those who really love their frozen yogurt and sorbet and have accrued at least 600 points.

To register for a Real Rewards card to get in on this new deal, you can either go to the Yogurtland website or download their app. Once you’re registered, you can use your card whenever you’re in the store or ordering online.

Will you be heading to Yogurtland for this new offer? Let us know in the comments below!

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