Ice cream, like revenge, is best served cold and at a birthday party. I scream, you scream with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for a party pack with two take-home half-litres of ice cream, three mixins, and four waffle bowls (a $19.95 value)
- $15 for three vouchers, each for $10 worth of ice cream and frozen desserts (a $30 value)
Choose between Kelowna and Vernon locations.
Vouchers are valid for ice-cream or yogourt cones with two mixins each, Belgian Waffle Delight treats, or half-litres of take-home ice cream or frozen yogourt. Ice-cream flavours, such as bubblegum, chai, or chocolate-peanut butter, are infused with mixins including cherries, Nestlé Crunch, and Nerds.
Marble Slab Creamery
Marble Slab Creamery's story is international in its scope. In 1983, the first Marble Slab Creamery opened in Houston, Texas, serving their signature gourmet ice cream developed by two French chefs. Twenty years later, their expansion spread across the border to Alberta, thanks to their more than 50 flavours of ice cream, which are handmade daily in each store. The flavours range the traditional—such as peppermint, chocolate swiss, or strawberry—to the unexpected, such as cheesecake, birthday cake, and bubble gum. They stock lactose-free ice cream and low-fat yogurt—which proudly flaunts a size-0 ice-cream cup—and the goodies can be further modified with a plethora of mixins of the candy and fruit varieties. In addition to their singular cups and cones, ice-cream cakes and pints await full-on feasting frenzies.
93% of 431 customers recommend
“Excellent service and tasty ice cream.”
“great cake and great service”
“The lady at the Vernon store was tremendously helpful allowing me to use the Groupon for a ready-made ice cream cake for my child's birthday party that day. She was...”
“The lady at the Vernon store was tremendously helpful allowing me to use the Groupon for a ready-made ice cream cake for my child's birthday party that day. She was lovely to deal with. The cake was delicious and a big hit at the party! ”