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National Ice Cream Day 2020: Today’s best freebies, deals and discounts –

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Today is National Ice Cream Day.

National Ice Cream Day 2020: Today’s best freebies, deals and discounts

Sunday, July 19 is National Ice Cream day and there are plenty of places where you can score some cold, icy treats.

Here’s a look at the some of the best freebies, deals and discounts for National Ice Cream Day. Not every location may be participating, so be sure to check ahead with your favorite spot.

Baskin Robbins

Get your favorite Baskin Robbins flavor delivered through DoorDash with no delivery fee on orders of $15 or more. Offer good through July 31.

On July 19, you can get a free scoop from Baskin Robbins on orders of $15 or more promo code BASKINSCOOP on or in the DoorDash app.

Burger King

Score two Oreo cookie shakes for $5 through

Cold Stone Creamery

Cold Stone Creamery is offering a free Creation with you purchase online. Place an order online, log into your My Cold Stone Club Rewards account at check out and enter code ICECREAM. Not a member? Click here to sign up. Offer valid through July 23.


Use code ICECREAM5OFF through DoorDash for discounts through participating retailers, including CVS and Walgreens.


All Godiva Soft Serve and Sundaes will be buy one get one 50% off on Sunday.

Mrs. Fields

Ice cream may be hard to send through delivery but you can check out sweet treats through Mrs. Fields.

Whole Foods Market

Amazon Prime members can enjoy 35% off all ice cream and frozen treats through Tuesday at Whole Foods.

Wolferman’s Bakery

Another non-ice cream but still delicious options are treats through Wolferman’s Bakery. You can order here.

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Ice cream shop closes one day after reopening because customers didn’t follow social distancing rules – CNN

(CNN)Nearly all states partially reopened last week and businesses across the country are preparing to welcome customers back. But because of the coronavirus pandemic, things are far from normal.

An ice cream shop in Massachusetts had to close its doors on Saturday, just one day after reopening, because customers refused to follow social distancing rules and even harassed employees.
Things got so bad at the Polar Cave Ice Cream Parlour in Mashpee that an employee quit the same day.
“One of my best workers quit yesterday at the end of her shift. She stuck it through her shift,” owner Mark Lawrence told CNN affiliate WFXT. “But the words she was called and the language, you wouldn’t even say in a men’s locker room. And to say it to a 17-year-old kid, they should be ashamed of themselves.”
In accordance with reopening guidelines, Lawrence said the shop asked all customers to place their orders at least one hour in advance.
However, many customers ignored the request and showed up without doing so. When the shop got busy, customers took their anger out on the staff, he said.
“Now I open the doors to a whole new world, with gloves and masks and we’re running around like chickens, and people are like where’s my ice cream? I’m not a trauma center, it’s ice cream!” Lawrence told WFXT.
“People have forgotten how to treat other human beings in the six or seven weeks that they’ve been confined to their homes. They have no clue how to respect other human beings.”
After work on Friday, Lawrence expressed his dismay on Facebook: “In 19 years of operation this is the lowest feeling I have ever felt.” The next day he made the difficult decision not to open.
Fortunately, this ice cream shop’s story has a sweet ending.
Those sorrowful posts quickly went viral in Mashpee, eliciting local news coverage and an outpouring of support from the public.
By Sunday, Lawrence had reopened and customers were following the rules.
“Today was a vastly improved operation,” he said on Facebook. “People placed their orders an hour or more (some, a day before) prior to their pick up time. They followed the rules and it worked.”
“Thank you for the incredible outpouring of love and support from so many,” he added. “It truly means so much to me at this time.”

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