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Where to Score Free (or Super Cheap) Ice Cream on Sunday

From Carvel to Baskin Robbins, there are plenty of deals to be had in honor of National Ice Cream Day on July 16.


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Photo courtesy of Cold Stone Creamery Facebook page
 

Sunday is National Ice Cream Day and there are a lot of opportunities to eat the sweet treat of summer for free--or at a hefty discount.

Baskin-Robbins is celebrating all month long. On July 14th, there will be free samples of the Mint Chocolate Chip Polar Pizza. With the Baskin-Robbins Mobile App, you’ll receive special discounts on Sunday, too, so download it before you go. And if you miss National Ice Cream Day, you can still score regular and kids-sized scoops for just $1.50 on July 31st.

Carvel is marking the occasion by offering a BOGO (buy one get one) deal. If you snag an ice cream cone of any size, your second one will be free.

Cold Stone Creamery fans who join the eClub will receive an exclusive BOGO coupon to use.

Friendly’s is all about discounts and donations this year. Score a Friend-z for just $2.99 and $2 of your purchase will be donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Ice cream tastes even better when buying it can help someone in need.

You’ll be lovin’ it at McDonald's this weekend, too, as you enjoy a free soft-serve. All you have to do is download the free mobile app.

Don’t let your furry friends miss out on all the fun! There will be Free Doggie Ice Cream Sundaes at all PetSmart Hotel locations on Sunday, too.

 

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