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Where to grab pizza, fries and frozen treats for free (or practically free) this week


Looking for an inexpensive way to treat yourself? 

Nobody wants to pay full price for food when discounts are available. And there are plenty of those happening right now.

Here are four deals to know about: 

1. Marion’s Piazza half-price pizza deal ends today

You still have time to get to Marion’s Piazza before an offer for half-price pizza ends today, July 12th. 

>> Marion’s Piazza to offer 50 percent off pizza deal during anniversary week

Marion’s is offering the discount to celebrate its 53rd anniversary. Customers must have a coupon to take advantage of the promotion, and there is a limit of two pizzas per coupon (and one coupon per person). 

If you didn’t save your coupons that were published in the Dayton Daily News papers on July 5, 6 and 7, subscribers can go to DaytonDailyNews.com/epaper to access the ePaper, or click on the link at the top of DaytonDailyNews.com or myDaytonDailyNews.com. 

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Once you’re in, go to the date icon at the top left and pick Sunday’s paper. The Marion’s coupon is in the Life section on E8. The ePaper works on any device, so you can show the coupon on your phone, or you can “print” or “save” to print the page on your printer. 

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Subscribers to Reach Magazine will find the coupon inside the most recently edition and pizza lovers can also download the Local Flavor app, where more coupons will be available digitally. 

2. Get free Icee float samples Sunday and Monday

In honor of National Ice Cream Month, Sams’s Club is extending its free samples to café items. 

On July 15 and 16 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., all Sam’s Clubs in the U.S. will be handing out Icee float samples. According to a Sam’s Club spokesperson, the treat has been a favorite of employees for years, but the company is now revealing the secret to its members. 

>> 7 great places to get frozen treats in Dayton this week

You’ll find a special Icee float cart at your local store, where there will be three flavors: frozen cherry, frozen Pepsi and frozen blue raspberry. All are topped with new Member’s Mark vanilla ice cream. 

Don’t have a Sam’s Club membership? Don’t worry, you can still get an Icee float because the Sam’s Club Cafe is open to the general public. And if you can’t get to a store on July 15 or 16, the company is serving 20-ounce Icee floats for 99 cents all summer long! 

>> You can get a free ice cream float from Sam’s Club

3. Get a free Dairy Queen Blizzard

Love ice cream? Dairy Queen is offering a free small Blizzard to those who download its app. 

Thrillist reported that the effort is part of a campaign to get more people to use the restaurant's app. Users can download the DQ app from Google Play or the Apple App Store. 

Once they sign up and register, the app will get a mobile coupon for a free small Blizzard treat, ranging from Oreo to cotton candy. 

Before heading out to the nearest Dairy Queen for a treat, be sure it is participating in the offer. 

“Most DQ restaurants throughout the United States and Canada are individually owned and operated franchises, so special promotions or coupons are decided by the store management or owner,” the restaurant chain said on Twitter.

>> The best hidden gem ice cream shops around Dayton

4. Penn Station French fries

Penn Station East Coast Subs is once again doing its Free Fry Day promotion on Friday, July 13th at all Penn Station locations.

All you have to do is purchase any sub and the fresh-cut fries are all yours.

No coupon is necessary, however, you do need to mention the Free Fry Day offer when you order

>> Sub chain offering its famous fresh-cut fries free with sandwich this Friday


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