National Ice Cream Month started back in 1984 (thanks Reagan!). The third Sunday in July is also the official National Ice Cream Day. This year it falls on Sunday, July 15. And here are some yummy ways to celebrate the day!
National Ice Cream Day Deals 2018
Graeter’s – Wants to thank their loyal fans for keeping them in business for 148 years with $1.48 single dip sugar cones on Sunday, July 15th! Excludes Louisville, Lexington and Indiana.
Carvel– Buy One Get One FREE soft serve cones or cups on Sunday, July 15! (only at participating locations)
Cold Stone Creamery– Members of the My Cold Stone Creamery Rewards eClub will recieve a BOGO offer.
Baskin Robbins-On National Ice Cream Day (Sunday, July 15), guests who download the Baskin-Robbins Mobile App will receive exclusive offers, like a BOGO Cone offer*, a BOGO 99-cent sundaes offer* and $2 off a medium Milkshake offer.* These deals can be used to enjoy any of Baskin-Robbins’ ice cream flavors. AND Baskin-Robbins will also be ending National Ice Cream Month on a sweet note with its Celebrate 31 promotion. On Tuesday, July 31, all regular and kid-sized scoops will be $1.50.
Dippin’ Dots – FREE mini cup of Dippin’ Dots during a two-hour window at participating stores and shopping center locations. Be sure to check with your local store for more details.
Velvet Ice Cream– Visit Velvet Ice Cream in Utica on July 15th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $1 cone day! Enjoy a single dip sugar or cake cone for only $1. Also be sure to check out our trip to the Velvet Factory and Olde Mill in Utica – it really is a great day trip for Central Ohio peeps.
PetsSmart PetsHotel– Get free Doggie Ice Cream Sundaes (vanilla flavored dog-safe non-dairy ice cream topped with dog biscuit sprinkles) at participating PetSmart PetsHotel locations on July 14-15.
Moon Rolls (Powell)– Half off your order if you show you follow them on Facebook. (Check your location for offers)
Not yet confirmed for 2018, check your location for details.
Friendly’s– Buy One single scoop for $1.99, Get One Free on Saturday and Sunday. (Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Vermont, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware and South Carolina)