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Thrifty Ice Cream Scoop at Rite Aid stores and Riteaid.com

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Rite Aid has the Thrifty ice cream scoop in stock and some stores still have them available for $29.99. If you purchase instore, the Thrifty Ice Cream is on special this week buy 2 get 1 free

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Created 07-01-2020 at 08:47 PM by binkie94
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I'm curious how effective this is for family/consumer sized iced cream containers compared to the commercial sized I've cream containers seen at Thrifty. I'm guessing that once about halfway through the container, it gets there knuckles and such messy.
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There's something funny to me about a $30 ice cream scooper having "Thrifty" in it's name.
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I just eat a whole pint of icecream and use a spoon. A whole pint for me is only 6G carbs.
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$30 for an ice cream scoop? Wow.

Anyone have this? Seems interesting, but not really necessary Smilie
Made by apple?
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dang....brings back memories......

as much as i want to get one for the nostalgia factor, i dont think these are good for the smaller containers we get at grocery stores. if you were having a party and use the big tubs....this is the way to go!
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Guess it was a Rite-Aid exclusive back on the day? None where I grew up and I've never seen this thing before.
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Guess it was a Rite-Aid exclusive back on the day? None where I grew up and I've never seen this thing before.
Thrifty, which is now owned by Rite-Aid.
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Of course it's not necessary. It's all about the nostalgia Smilie

Before RiteAid started selling them you were lucky to find a used one for less than $100
What? Why? I can't imagine these would be useful when it gets down to the bottom of the container.
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C'mon SDer where is buy now think and talk later? Lol
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Thanks OP! In for 2 with the $10 off coupon. Back in the 80s, I was 5, and I'd get a free scoop from my local Thrifty's just for bringing in a cart from the parking lot. I used to follow old ladies to their cars and return their carts for them. Ahh.. the good ol days!
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What? Why? I can't imagine these would be useful when it gets down to the bottom of the container.
You can do what Thrifty used to do when they couldn't get a full scoop out, scrape the rest into the next container laugh out loud
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I don't remember having 2 prong holes in my thrifty ice cream cones.
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Is it just me or did the Thrifty scoop or prongs create a little piece of ice in the middle of the ice cream? I always remembered hitting a piece of ice. Not bad, just a memory of the good old days.
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Got 2 with $10 coupon and free shipping - It's never too early to plan Christmas presents! Thanks and repped!
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If these are so great, you would see them being used at ice cream shops. Stick with what the pros use. At home, I just use a melon baller since I buy pints.
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