It May Not Be Real Pizza, But Baskin Robbins’ Polar Pizza is Free on Friday

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Free pizza!

Are there any more magical words in the English language? I’d have to say no (although “free pizza and beer” does have a nice ring to it).

Free Polar Pizza! What? You know, Polar Pizza from Baskin Robbins. Take your favorite ice cream flavors, flatten them out, smack on some toppings, and call it a pizza. Works for me!

This Friday, July 14, from noon to 5 p.m., all Baskin Robbins locations will offer free samples of the new Mint Chocolate Chip Polar Pizza.

Baskin Robbins is giving out free samples of this new creation, which its website describes as “a double fudge brownie crust and Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream topped with OREO® cookie pieces, fudge and marshmallow topping,” as a tip of the hat to National Ice Cream Month.

So what do you have to do to receive your piece of this minty, chocolatey gloriousness? Simply show up at your favorite Baskin Robbins location between noon and 5 p.m. this Friday. That’s it!

Is it pizza? That’s up for debate. But it’s free. It’s ice cream. It’s delicious.

Even More Frozen Goodness From Baskin Robbins

Need more frozen tastiness? Baskin Robbins has even more up its sleeve as National Ice Cream Month continues.

Sign up for its mobile app, and you’ll get a mysterious “special offer” on National Ice Cream Day, which is this Sunday, July 16. (Is it just me or is it a bit redundant to have National Ice Cream Day smack dab in the middle of National Ice Cream Month? Spread the frozen love a little!)

Not satisfied yet? Join Baskin Robbins’ email and text list to get even more offers throughout the month (and beyond).

Then, to cap it all off, Baskin Robbins will offer $1.50 regular and kids-size scoops of ice cream during its Celebrate 31 promotion July 31. Get it? Celebrate 31 on the 31st with 31 flavors. Oh, those wacky ice cream mongers.

Kick it all off with your free sample of Mint Chocolate Chip Polar Pizza this Friday, but feel free to tell them we said it’s not really pizza.

Tyler Omoth is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder who loves soaking up the sun and finding creative ways to help others. Catch him on Twitter at @Tyomoth.

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