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Steals & Deals on Ice Cream featuring Nutella, Pancakes and Pizza

Food, Wine, & Dining, Local Steals & Deals, Seasonal & Current Events

Looking for savings on all things tasty? Look no further. There's savings on Carvel's soft-serve ice cream featuring Nutella, IHOP pancakes and Pizza Hut!

This week’s Local Steals & Deals features offers to celebrate a few occasions, including National Ice Cream Month and IHOP’s 56th anniversary!  Get in on the offer for Carvel ice cream featuring Nutella and IHOP pancakes for under $1. Also, if you’re craving for pizza, you don’t want to miss the deal at Pizza Hut!

  • Carvel: You know its soft-serve ice cream is good, but wait until you try it with the new Nutella flavor. Check out the hazel-nut spread flavored ice cream with this coupon that’ll get you a free jr. cup or cone when you buy another one. The coupon expires on July 14, 2014.
     
  • IHOP: To celebrate its 56th anniversary, participating restaurant locations are rolling back the price of its famous Original Buttermilk Pancake Short Stacks to $0.56 on Tuesday, July 8th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
     
  • Pizza Hut: Make it a pizza night with this offer of a medium 3-topping pizza for only $6. Order online and use code TEOMED3T6. The coupon code expires on July 27, 2014.

With all these yummy options, where do you begin?

Come back each week for updates on new sales, deals as well as coupon offers available on Long Island that will help keep more money in your wallet.

Also, if you know of any great deals on Long Island you want to share, please let us know.

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