You may not have been craving fries on National Fries Day in scorching weather earlier this week, but National Ice Cream Day, which falls on Sunday, may be more palatable.
Like just about everything, the price of ice cream goes up year after year. However, demand continues. Premium brands are losing ground to cheaper brands, and frozen novelties like ice cream sandwiches and popsicles are outselling regular ice cream.
Here are some more ice cream stats:
According to a Cincinnati-based retail data company 84.51°, the ice cream flavor most Americans crave is chocolate, which got 36% of the vote, followed by cookies and cream (25%). Mint Chocolate Chips and Buttered Pecans tied for third at 24% each.
The company claims that 72% of us will get our ice cream fix at the grocery store, while 26% will get theirs at an ice cream shop.
Whatever your destination, you will find gifts and discounts:
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Visit a Baskin Robbins store July 17-23 and get $5 off any purchase of $15 or more. Shopping online or via the app? Use promo code BECOOLER.
The Ice Chain is propose a BOGO offer. Buy a small soft serve in a cone or cup and get a second free.
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Enjoy $4 off purchases of $20 or more plus free shipping when purchased through the mobile app.
Get $1 Off Any Dipped Cone at participating stores when you order through the DQ app.
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Too hot to even consider going out? Get $5 a pint of ice cream Sunday with code ICECREAM5.
You can still enter to win free ice cream and merchandise by participating in the Hagen Dazs giveaway by Sunday. Find out how on their social media accounts.
Get a free scoop with any purchase in store or on delivery.
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Buy 5 pints and get one free surprise pint and free delivery until Monday. Or if you’re on a diet, you can smell the ice cream with a spritz of their new edible culinary flavors.
Get 25% off ice cream and frozen treats until Tuesday.
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