Get free ice cream, buy one get one deals and other specials during National Ice Cream Day celebrations on Sunday, July 21, 2019. Here's our roundup of deals for Ice Cream Day:
Baskin-Robbins has two prepacked quarts of any ice cream at participating stores for $7.99 on Ice Cream Day. Or get two 56-oz containers for $9.99. The deal was announced on the Baskin-Robbins Facebook Page.
Carvel Ice Cream will have a BOGO on all soft serve cups or cones to celebrate National Ice Cream Day on Sunday, July 21, 2019. The BOGO is good for a FREE second cup or cone with the purchase of any size, any flavor soft ice cream cup or cone. For more details on the deal, see the Carvel Ice Cream Day announcement.
*Celebrate the sweetest day of the year with Carvel on Sunday, July 21st. Buy one, get one free cup or cone any size and any flavor soft ice cream. Buy One, Get One offers valid on item of equal or lesser value only.
Cold Stone Creamery has a free $10 Bonus eCard* for every $30 in gift cards purchased on Ice Cream Day. For more details or to start your order visit the Cold Stone Facebook Page.
Offer available only on Sunday 7/21/19 while supplies last. $10 Bonus eCard valid 7/21/19-8/31/19 only. Additional restrictions apply
Godiva has a buy one, get one for half off deal on Ice Cream Day. Buy one soft serve or parfaits on National Ice Cream Day and get another for half off. For more details on their deals for Ice Cream Day see the Godiva Facebook Page.
Graeter's Ice Cream has $1.49 ice cream on Sunday as the chain celebrates its 149th anniversary. Offer is $1.49 for any single dip of ice cream on a sugar cone. Good at participating locations. For more details on their deals for Ice Cream Day see the Graeter's Facebook Page.
Insomnia Cookies has a free scoop of ice cream with any in-store purchase on Ice Cream Day. For more details on their deals for Ice Cream Day see the Insomnia Cookies Facebook Page.
Johnny Rockets has a free shake with an entree purchase on National Ice Cream Day. Buy an entree and ask your server for the free shake to get the deal. For a list of participation locations and more details see the Johnny Rockets ice cream day announcement.
Marble Slab Creamery is celebrating National Ice Cream Month every weekday in July with a free small cup or cone when you buy any Majestic Shake. Good only from 2 – 4 pm on Mondays through Fridays through July 31, 2019. For more detail see the Marble Slab Facebook Page.
Nestlé Toll House Café has free second scoops all July long to celebrate National Ice Cream Month. Buy one scoop and get your second scoop free.
“We are so excited to celebrate National Ice Cream Month with our guests this July,” said Ziad Dalal, founder and president of Crest Foods Inc., franchisor of Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip. “We want our guests to come in and cool down during one of the hottest months of the year, and what better way to do so than by getting an extra scoop of our tasty ice cream for free!”
The premier bakery café's special is only valid at locations that serve ice cream. It's not valid with any other offer and toppings are excluded. For more details see the Nestle Toll House Cafe Facebook Page.
PetSmart has free doggie-safe ice cream on Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21, 2019. Good at participating PetSmart PetsHotel locations. For more details see the event on Facebook.
*Bring your dogs in for FREE doggie ice cream topped with dog biscuit treats at PetSmart's PetsHotel locations! No booking required, just swing on by and let your pup enjoy the treat they deserve on National Ice Cream Day! Also, take a tour of the PetsHotel while you are there. Make sure to use the hashtag #nationalicecreamday and tag us at @PetSmart so we can check out your photo. Find your nearest PetsHotel here: https://www.petsmart.com/store-locator/
Potbelly Sandwich Shop has a free shake with an entree purchase today, Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Get a free shake with any entree purchase by asking the cashier for the Potbelly Free Shake for Ice Cream Day. You can also show your server the Free Shake Announcement on Facebook (also posted below).
16 Handles has is celebrating National Ice Cream Day by gifting free soft-serve ice cream and frozen yogurt to 16 Handles Rewards members. Get a free 3-oz serving when you show the 16 Handles Loyalty App.
“We're thrilled to celebrate our loyal fans by rewarding them on National Ice Cream Day – it's one of the many perks of using our mobile app,” says CEO and founder, Solomon Choi. “16 Handles is all about having something for everyone. Last summer, we launched ice cream for the first time, and this summer we've expanded our offerings to include soft-serve gelato.”
Customers must download the 16 Handles app to claim their 3 ounces of free soft-serve, which can be redeemed by scanning the app's QR code at the register. For more details see the 16 Handles Facebook Page.
Whole Foods Market has 35 percent off all frozen desserts, including ice cream (traditional and nondairy varieties), gelato, sorbet, ice cream sandwiches and other frozen novelties for Amazon Prime Members.
Prime members can take advantage of these savings July 17 through July 30. Whole Foods Market offers a wide selection of frozen desserts, from popular national brands — including Halo Top Creamery, So Delicious, Talenti and Ben & Jerry's — and local brands alike. For more details see: Whole Foods Ice Cream Day Specials
Yogurtland has a BOGO to celebrate National Ice Cream Day on Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Buy one cup of ice cream or frozen yogurt and get another free at Yogurtland. For more details see the Yogurtland Home Page. You can also find the deal announcement on Facebook (post is below).
About Ice Cream Day (from Wikipedia)
National Ice Cream Month is celebrated each year in July and National Ice Cream Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in July, in the United States. The celebrations were originated by Joint resolution 298, which was sponsored by Senator Walter Dee Huddleston of Kentucky on May 17, 1984. The resolution proclaimed the month of July 1984 as “National Ice Cream Month” and July 15, 1984, as “National Ice Cream Day”. It was signed into public law by President Ronald Reagan on July 9, 1984 with Presidential Proclamation 5219.
Even though the resolution only mentioned a specific month and day in 1984, the celebrations have held up in the years ever since, publicized by ice cream manufacturers.