While we all enjoy Ben & Jerry’s or Cold Stone Creamery, sometimes we just want a simple ice cream sandwich from the humble ice cream uncle.

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You remember him with his scooter, offering some of your favourite ice cream flavours such as Peppermint Chocolate Chip, Mango, and Raspberry Ripple, sandwiched between your choice of wafer or that magical rainbow bread that we all thought has its own flavour.

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However, it doesn’t matter whether you prefer wafer or rainbow bread because we all love free ice cream. Free cone day might be over but don’t fret.

Free Ice Cream!?

Klook has partnered with F&N Creameries and will be offering FREE ice cream sandwiches on their booking platform for customers to redeem from selected ice cream uncles along Orchard Road from 20 to 22 April 2018, between 2pm and 6pm.

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This collaboration is an initiative to help our friendly ice cream uncles go digital and convert into cashless payment.

Here’s how the redemption works.

Firstly, download the Klook app.

Secondly, select an ice cream sandwich and add it to your cart on Klook.

Next, apply the promo code ‘HELLOUNCLE‘ and check out.

Lastly, take the voucher to your selected ice cream uncle to redeem your free ice cream sandwich!

In case you got lost somewhere, here’s a how-to video.

You will be able to choose your flavours during the redemption of the ice cream sandwich.

However, do note that the redemption is limited to 300 ice cream sandwiches per uncle, each day.

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Because Orchard Road is a long stretch, here are the exact locations of each ice cream uncle.

Uncle Tan:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit D from Orchard MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Tan’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located outside Ion Orchard.
Vehicle Number: FK179P
Opening Hours: Wed – Sun: 12pm – 7pm, Mon – Tue: Closed

Uncle Chan:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit E from Orchard MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Chan’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located outside Wisma Atria.
Vehicle Number: FK6689U
Opening Hours: Mon – Tue, Thu – Sun: 2pm – 9pm, Wed: Closed

Uncle Ang:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit B from Somerset MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Ang’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located near Mandarin Oriental/Mandarin Gallery.
Vehicle Number: FBB6562X or AN6715X
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun: 11am – 6pm, Mon – Thu: Closed

Don’t miss out on this opportunity for a FREE ice cream sandwich treat!

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