$10 for $20 Ice Cream Punch Card at Ashby's Sterling Ice Cream Parlor


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$10 for a $20 Ice Cream Punch Card

Each card has four punches worth $5 each ($20 total value).

A single scoop of ice cream is $2.32, a double scoop is $3.45, and a 16-ounce shake or malt is $3.80. For larger orders, a hand-packed pint of ice cream is $4.10, a six-pack of ice cream cupcakes is $7.99, and an Italian Ice is $2.89.

Ashby's Sterling Ice Cream Parlor

Before they scoop ice cream into a waffle cone, whip it into a smooth chocolate shake, or pack it in pints, quarts, or half-gallons to carry home, the dessert masters at Ashby's Sterling Ice Cream Parlor have to craft the ice cream from a 14% butter fat ice cream mix. This mix is what gives the old-fashioned ice cream its smooth and creamy texture—an ideal canvas to cover with whole nuts, real fruit chunks, and fudge caramel, much like any canvas hanging in a museum. The scoop-wielders dole out 44 flavors in all, including exotic recipes such as Majestic Milky Way and maple-walnut alongside the old standbys of chocolate, vanilla, and butter pecan.

Tips from Groupon Customers

  • “great tasting ice cream. friendly staff. quaint surroundings.”

  • “Delicious ice cream, good sized portions, friendly service! ”

  • “Great Selections, great ice cream.”

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    46540 Van Dyke

    Shelby Township, Michigan 48317


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In a Nutshell

Old-fashioned ice cream parlor scoops 44 flavors crafted from 14% butter fat mix plus whole nuts, real fruit chunks, and fudge caramel

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 punch per visit. Must present punch card each visit. Valid for $5 per punch. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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