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Saving with 6abc: Free Ice Cream
September 26, 2011 (WPVI) -- Who doesn't like ice cream, right? Well if you're an ice cream-lover, a number of ice cream shops are offering sweet freebie deals throughout this week!
Tomorrow (September 27), stop by your local Coldstone Creamery for the 10th annual World's Largest Ice Cream Social to benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Between 5 and 8 p.m., customers can get a free 3-ounce "Sprinkled with Wishes Creation." That's sweet cream ice cream, a brownie, jimmies and fudge.
In return for indulging, you're encouraged to make a donation to the Make a Wish Foundation. http://www.coldstonecreamery.com/promos/makeawish/index.html
Not to be outdone, Maggie Moo's ice cream shops have a freebie on Wednesday, September 28. Stop in between 3 - 6 p.m. for a free mini-waffle sundae, while supplies last. http://www.maggiemoos.com/ The sundaes come in four flavors: Rocky Road, Red Velvet, Strawberry and Cookie Dough.
If you're still hungry, there's more! From now through October 9th, if you order a Value Meal at Burger King, you'll get a free soft-serve cup or cone for dessert. These are part of the new dessert and shake menu that Burger King's introducing. After the offer ends, they'll cost you 89 ¢. http://www.bk.com/en/us/company-info/press/press-release2517.html
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