Wal-Mart: Free Ice Cream Day (Saturday, May 30, 2009)

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Wal-Mart is hosting a Free Ice Cream Day tomorrow (Saturday, May 30, 2009) at locations across the country from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. See more details and find out if a local store is hosting a Free Ice Cream Day in your area here.

Thanks, Julie!


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  1. Mrs K says

    We went to our local Walmart (Chattanooga, Tennessee) and were disappointed. The sample ladies did Not give big samples (I was expecting a Whole dessert.) You could choose ONE sample bite. They had opened the Dibbs bags and you only got 2 little dots, the Aspen Granola bar was cut up into 4 or 5 pieces (so you got one bite), and the Flipped Out Cup was cut into 4 pieces. So I chose the fourth of the Flipped Out Cup. It was okay, but I was hoping for a whole one.
    Also, in our Walmart ad, it showed Popsicles on sale for $1 for a box of 10. I couldn’t find them anywhere.
    A disappointing Walmart visit for us today. Hopefully everyone else had a better time.

  2. abbey metcalf says

    UUUMMMM! This link said there was free ice cream at our WALMART, but there was NONE! BOOOO! and they didn’t run out, there was no offering of ice cream! :( hoep someone else had better luck!

  3. Mariah says

    This was a joke. Our Wal-Mart had a spoonful of Ben and Jerry’s you could try. That was it!

  4. Valerie says

    We were at our Walmart at 1:30… the cashier new nothing about it. I overheard someone else saying that they were just now setting up in the ice cream aisle. We didn’t bother to go back and check it out. I figured it would be a flop. Walmart is a good place to shop for bargains. I don’t expect much from them as a store though.

  5. Julie says

    At our Southern California Walmart we were offered either a bag of Dibbs or an ice cream on a stick. Most people chose the Dibbs and it made for a nice snack at the check-out line.