Free Whoopie Pie and Ice Cream Sandwich Alert

Melt's CinnamaxThe Sweetery Truck has teamed up with VISA to give away free ice cream sandwiches and whoopie pies tomorrow and Wednesday. Just use your Visa card at either of their two trucks and score the freebie. Tomorrow (Tuesday) the branded VISA truck with free ice cream sandwiches will be on 23rd and 5th from 10am to 1pm and on Park btw. 52+53rd between 2 and 4pm; and the truck with free whoopie pies (the original Sweetery Truck) will be on 50th btw. 6+7th from 8am to 4pm.  On Wednesday, the free ice cream sandwiches will be on 50th btw. 6+7th from 11am to 2pm, and the whoopie pies will be Downtown.  UPDATE: Just got some clarification… to claim your whoopie pie, you have to purchase something from the truck using your VISA card.  The ice cream sandwiches are buy one get one free (also with your VISA card, natch.)


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    So we just have to show our VISA credit card and we’ll receive a sandwich?

  • that sounds too easy, you just line up and show them a credit card and voila, free ice cream sandwiches?!

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    I think you need to buy something with a Visa card for a freebee.

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    right, it says you have to “use” your VISA to get the free goods.

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    fyi – the schedule here is wrong – it’s not going to be at Park and 52/53 until Friday. Today it’s at 50th /6th Ave, might want to change it ML.
    check Sweetery’s web site or Twitter for exact schedule

    • The schedule is correct. They have two trucks… the regular truck, which is giving away the whoopie pies, is on 50th and 6th. The VISA truck, which has the ice cream sandwiches will be on Park this afternoon from 2-4pm.

      But you’re right, people should check twitter before heading out.

  • @joestein, @kimch__
    you two are right.

    the problem with me and other freeloaders is that ‘use’ is too confusing. they gotta say ‘buy’ which is what is required in this case. This is just like an add-on deal, not a completely freeloader deal.

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    I was going to buy a whoopie pie and get a freebie, but when I saw these tiny whoopie pies (around the size of half dollar) for $2 I walked away.

    They offer very little product for the price. Same thing with these cupcake trucks. I dont know how they make any money, I almost never see anybody buying anything from them.

    I once tasted their macaroons which were very good, and planned on ordering a few dozen for passover. However, they wanted $1.50 or $1.75 per macaroon, even when buying a few dozen, so I said forget it.


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