Metro Ontario: Buy One Get One Free Selection Ice Cream Novelties


*Coupon valid until July 21, 2011 for any variety of Selection Ice Cream Novelty (24 pack). Limit one coupon per transaction.

Here’s a great coupon from Metro to help beat the summer heat! Buy one get one free Selection ice cream novelties, and they are even CAC certified, so children with peanut and/or almond allergies can enjoy them as well.

Click here to print your coupon.

9 responses to “Metro Ontario: Buy One Get One Free Selection Ice Cream Novelties”

  1. sampler says:

    I bet somebody can read my mind right now….

  2. Natalka says:

    you lucky ducks – and they are 24 packs!

    We’re melting here in SK…… lol! Better pop some freezies in the freezer for the sweltering weekend!

  3. TJ says:

    How much do they retail for ? ..any idea ?

  4. Bytown says:

    Fudge Bars types $5.99
    Popsicle types are $4.99

    Because they are novelty bars, there’s tax on them …in ON anyways.

  5. whatever75 says:

    this does not print correctly.. when you print it, it shows up only aying speciman…i tried three different times…:-(

  6. Linda says:

    I took this to my neighboorhood Metro (Peterborough, On) and they were not going to accept it. Cashier had to call Supervisor as he had been told not to take these facebook coupons. Supervisor said to take it this one time but not to take anymore. I don’t understand that…It’s for a Metro product and only makes sense to take it as I will try it and it I like it will buy it again!

  7. Mary Lumsden says:

    printing cost too much and then if it’s not clear the store denies them-put them in the stores so there are there as you shop!!!! and some people that are REALLY watching their money do not have a printer-or even a computer

  8. Owenx says:

    1 local store had some for the bbq sauce.You can always go to yhe library,print for 15 cents.

  9. nellyc says:

    I work at Metro and this is not considered a coupon. To print the actual coupon go to Metro’s facebook page and:

    1. click “my offers”
    2. click “print my coupon”
    3. click “print coupon list”

    This is the legitimate coupon. It has a PLU # on it and that is what the cashiers need to key in.
    Hope this helps.


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