It is HOT out and depending on where you live, it may actually seem like everything around you is melting (or maybe it actually is). That is why I am so excited that McDonald’s Launches $1 Ice Cream Cones All Summer Long and it started the other day. Yup, you can score $1 deliciously creamy, dreamy and cool treats all summer long starting RIGHT NOW.
You can head to a participating McDonald’s and grab a regular-size cone for $1.00 (+ tax). This deal originally started earlier this month in Canada but has since come to the U.S. Great news right? Although, this isn’t as awesome as FREE ICE CREAM like Dairy Queen frequently does, it is certainly nice to get a sweet and refreshing treat for less. I am all about saving money especially with 3 kids.   
View this post on Instagram


A post shared by McDonald’s (@mcdonalds) on

Keep in mind that some locations may end up breaking their ice cream machines because this deal seems to be quite popular every year. So, I highly recommend calling ahead to your local McDonald’s to ensure they are participating and that their machine is working.   This deal has been announced it’ll run until September 2, 2019 so take advantage of it while you can!  

You Might Also Like

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  1. Went to McDonald’s in Feasterville PA. They charged me 2 Dollars and 20 cents.where is the Dollar ice cream cone?

    1. I’m sorry to hear that, Mary Jane! I would have asked them at the counter, or even call ahead before you go to make sure they are participating! Good luck!

  2. Yes in wixom MI the price per cone is 1.19 without taxes.
    And in Northville MI it is 0.69c..and in Novi MI it is 1.36c….yes they are maintaining different prices in different locations. But the taste is awesome..I liked a lot..Thanks to McDonald’s

  3. Our McDonald’s here in Lowell, MI didn’t honor the deal either. Daughter bought 3 and they were 1.29. each. ?

  4. Your story is kind of wrong — McDonald’s sells “cones” and “sundaes” but have you ever noticed that the term “ice cream” is absolutely nowhere to be seen on the menu? That’s because — at least in the USA — it doesn’t meet the legal definition of “ice cream.”