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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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I got one of these when they first came out and it's so much easier for me to use to get a good scoop than the traditional scoopers. No more bent spoons, etc. plus it spits out the perfect cylinder of ice cream for cones Smilie and of course the nostalgia factor. Time for some rainbow sherbet.
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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.
You couldn't buy them anywhere until recently! Plus no other ice cream shop is gonna use something that people know Thrifty has been using forever

These sold USED for over $100. There was a company that made a knock off but charged $120.
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Triple scoop ftw
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Thrifty, which is now owned by Rite-Aid.
Ahh never had either near me growing up. Never seen this thing. Looks kinda cool, but in a professional setting only. Or for nostalgia in your home. Pretty bulky to store in the house or use with 1/2 gallon tubs.
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Rite aid and walgreens suck, bring back Thrifty -Payless Drugs !!
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The economy must be good!
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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
made in china nostalgia?
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made in china nostalgia?
Umm a lot of stuff is made in China?
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$30 for an ice cream scoop? Wow.

Anyone have this? Seems interesting, but not really necessary Smilie
Necessary ice cream scoopers only? That's a very prejudice thing to say.
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Umm a lot of stuff is made in China?
Eggs meet omelette
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I have been getting these for 23$ (rite aid gold status 20% off everything) and selling them on eBay for 44$ people like this stuff. If anyone wants to use my phone number for the 20% off thing hit me up. Also these are really good quality
Sorry to have bothered you with PM, didn't realize I was being stupid.
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You couldn't buy them anywhere until recently! Plus no other ice cream shop is gonna use something that people know Thrifty has been using forever

These sold USED for over $100. There was a company that made a knock off but charged $120.
What a devoted OP. Buy us all one.
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I suddenly have a craving for chocolate malted crunch.
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you guys are amateurs. eat the whole bucket and you have no need for a scooper. filthy casuals.

this great figure doesn't come naturally
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These suck. Ice-cream gets stuck really easily and makes a mess. Also pretty unwieldy and takes up a lot of space to store. Zeroll ice cream scoops are what the pros use, highest rated scoop thanks to the mercury liquid inside that keeps the scoop warm and slicing perfectly scoop after scoop
U gotta dip in water in-between use noob
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