Baskin Robbins will give you a free slice of its ice cream pizza on Friday

Ice cream pizza? Count us in!

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Thank goodness for national food holidays—they provide us with so many opportunities to score free food nearly every day of the week.

National Ice Cream Day is this weekend, so on Friday, July 14, Baskin Robbins will give you a free slice of its ice cream pizza treat.

They’re calling it a “free slice of heaven,” but whatever you want to call it, it’s free.

You can get this freebie between noon and 5 p.m. on Friday at participating Baskin Robbins locations around the country.

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The pizza you’ll be sampling doesn’t have tomato sauce, cheese or pepperoni on it. Instead, you’ll get a slice of mint chocolate chip “Polar Pizza.”

These are the ingredients:

  • Double fudge brownie crust
  • Mint chocolate chip ice cream
  • Oreo cookie pieces, fudge and marshmallow topping

Baskin Robbins says it plans to keep the deals coming all this month for National Ice Cream Month.

If you download their app, you’ll receive exclusive offers throughout the month (you get a free regular scoop just for downloading!)

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And on Monday, July 31, Baskin Robbins is offering all regular and kids-sized scoops for just $1.50. You can get any flavor!

You can wash down your free ice cream pizza with a free Starbucks drink.

When you visit Starbucks between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday, July 14, you’ll receive a free, 12-ounce Teavana shaken iced tea infusion. No promo codes, no coupons, no BOGO. Just straight-up free.

Want to make this weekend all about ice cream? Head over to McDonald’s on Sunday, July 16 and you’ll get a free vanilla soft-serve, too.

And lest you worry the fun will end this weekend, on Tuesday, July 18, IHOP is offering a short stack of their pancakes for just 59 cents.

Just head to your local IHOP between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., and you’ll be in pancake heaven for the price of some pocket change.

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