Get a Free Smoothie Tomorrow to Drown Your Home Opener Sorrows

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COURTESY OF SMOOTHIE KING
  • COURTESY OF SMOOTHIE KING
If you need a little pick-me-up after the recent news that tomorrow's home opener at Busch Stadium has been postponed, here's reason to smile: Smoothie King is giving away a free smoothie to everyone who stops by in the St. Louis area. And now that Smoothie King has 29 locations from the Central West End to Highway K, there's almost certainly an outlet in your orbit.

The giveaway was originally supposed to celebrate the April 4 game, slated to be the Cardinals' first of the season in St. Louis. But even though the weather had other plans, Smoothie King did not — a spokeswoman confirms it's still honoring its offer on Thursday.



The twelve-ounce drinks are available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 4, no purchase necessary. The only caveat is that the offer is only good while supplies last, so maybe don't push this opportunity to 3:59 p.m.

A complete list of St. Louis-area locations is below.



14505 Manchester Road
12599 Olive Blvd. A
703 Long Road Crossing Drive, Suite 8
4765 Hwy. N
465A South Kirkwood Road
3030 Frank Scott Parkway West
1211 Pine Street
9793 Clayton Rd.
13275 Manchester Road #103
1314 Highway K
15825 Fountain Plaza Drive
1413 S Hanley Road
4867 Mexico Rd.
1861 Wentzville Pkwy
4475 Forest Park Ave.
920 5th Street
7421 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
105 Pond Fort Trail
29 N. Central Ave.
6208 Route 159
750 Gravois Bluffs Blvd.
12683 Dorsett Rd
2101 Zumbehl Road
324 West Port Plaza
8471 N. Lindbergh Blvd.
1501 Troy Road
6424 Chippewa Street
3784 Elm Street
2800 South McKnight Road

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