Baskin Robbins: $1.50 Ice Cream Cones On May 31
Yum! Mark your calendar!
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! There are few things better than a cold, creamy, delicious scoop of your favorite flavor to kick off the summer.
To help get everyone in the summer spirit, Baskin Robbins has an incredibly sweet offer for its customers on Thursday, May 31 (today!): a scoop for just $1.50 (plus tax)!
You don’t need a coupon to score some sweet savings at your local Baskin Robbins shop.
Simply show up during normal operating hours to take advantage of this promotion.
The best part of this deal? It’s good on any size scoop!
So, you can have them serve you up a large scoop, while the little ones can have something more their size. Of course, at $1.50 a scoop, you can splurge for the kids and let them enjoy a bigger sugar rush for the day.
And, according to the official Baskin Robbins’ Facebook page, it looks like this deal will happen in July, August, October and December, as well.
Basically, the ice cream shop is celebrating any month with 31 days.
So, you, along with your friends and family, can get out your calendars and circle the 31st on each of those months and plan an ice cream day!
And, your might want to research your flavors before heading over to your local Baskin Robbins. You may remember when Baskin Robbins was known for its 31 flavors. Well, today, they have 56 flavors!
For classic ice cream flavor lovers, you could try their Very Berry Strawberry, Vanilla, Chocolate, Rocky Road, Pralines ‘n Cream, Rainbow Sherbet, Pink Bubblegum or Oreo Cookies’n Cream to name just a few.
If you’re looking for something a little different, how about flavors like Macadamia Nuts ‘n Cream, Horchata Ice, Boston Creme Pie or Tiramisu?
And, if you’re looking for alternatives to traditional ice cream, you have options like Watermelon Splash Ice, Triple Grape Ice, Miami Vice Sorbet, No Sugar Added Peanut Buttery Bar Blast and Daiquiri Ice.
Don’t Miss Free Donuts
Want to keep the free/cheap food party going? Then get ready, because Friday is none other than National Donut Day!
There is actually a very sweet story behind the origin of National Donut Day? It all began in 1938 in Chicago when the Salvation Army wanted to honor former members of the organization who had helped to support servicemen in World War I.
They brought donuts to men in army training centers, and the Salvation Army workers became so synonymous with donuts that the military members would refer to them as “donut girls.”
So where can you find some of the best deals on this awesome holiday?
Every single Walmart in America is giving away free glazed donuts to customers on June 1, according to a spokeswoman for the company. They expect to give out 1.2 million donuts! Now that’s a lot of sugar.
Dunkin’ Donuts is offering a free donut to all customers who purchase a beverage on Friday. Best of all, YOU get to pick the donut, so you can be sure to get your favorite flavor.
Not necessarily who you think of when it comes to donuts, but don’t write off Papa John’s just yet. They’re giving away a free order of warm donut hole with any online pizza purchase! The donut holes, which normally cost $4.99, are coated with cinnamon sugar and filled with caramel creme. Yum!
If you miss this freebie, never fear. Starting June 2, use the promo code DONUT for a free order with any purchase of two pizzas.
Krispy Kreme will be offering a free donut to every customer … absolutely no purchase required.
Just make sure to verify that your favorite Krispy Kreme location is taking part in this National Donut Day giveaway by clicking here to find out participating locations.
LaMar’s Donuts and Coffee
If you’re lucky enough to live near a LaMar’s Donuts and Coffee shop, you can swing by for a free donut. No purchase necessary!
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.