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Free Ice Cream and 50-Cent Iced Coffee

Posted on Monday, April 20th, 2009 at 5:06 pm
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There are a couple of great promotions going on tomorrow, if you want to get out and about for some free food.

Who doesn’t like free ice cream? Tuesday is free cone day at Ben & Jerry’s! Everyone can get a free cone anytime between noon and 8 p.m. Yummy, Yummy. This is the good stuff.

If you need a fix before you get your ice cream, how about a coffee? Dunkin Donuts is having a promotion for iced coffee, and you can get 16 ounces of it for only 50 cents. I guess everyone wants to usher in summer a bit early. There is another reason to grab this deal. That is because 10 percent of your purchase of that coffee goes to charity.

One quick word of advice for both of these offers. Just call your local store before you head over to make sure that your particular location is participating.

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