National Ice Cream Day 2017: Deals and freebies

- Celebrate the sweetest day of summer with these deals for National Ice Cream Day! Sunday, July 16 is the day some consider to be the very best of the season.

Many ice cream stores and fast food restaurants are offering up deals and freebies to celebrate National Cream Day. So grab the squad, make your rounds and have the best Sunday ever!

Here are some deals from top ice cream shops around the District, and nationwide:

Millie's D.C.

The traditional and modern shop is offering single scoops for just $1! Talk about a sweet deal. Click here for directions.

Dolcezza Gelato

Visit the pop up cafe at Hirshhorn Museum in D.C. to snag a push pop for only $1.

 

Ice Cream Jubilee 

Are you fan club member? Don't forget to score your free BOGO scoops on Saturday and Sunday! You can sign up to be a club member by clicking here.

 

Dippin' Dots

Get a FREE mini cup during their special two-hour window. Click here to check with your local store to see when the giveaway begins.

 

Carvel

Their website says if you buy one soft serve cone or cup, you get one free! 

 

McDonald's

Mickey D's offering a free vanilla soft serve cone if you use their mobile app... but one lucky participant who uses the promo from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be the winner of a lifetime supply of the popular soft serve! Click here for details.

 

Cold Stone Creamery

Celebrate National Ice Cream Day early! Sign up to their eClub for a BOGO deal.

Dairy Queen

Another pre-celebration! If you sign up for DQ's Blizzard Fan Club, you'll score a BOGO Blizzard deal.

Subzero 

Visit your nearest location from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday for a BOGO liquid nitrogen ice cream.

Stay cool and have a simply delightful National Ice Cream Day!

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