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Halo Top is giving away free ice cream — here's how to get it

Plus, you can choose any flavor you want! Oh, the choices!
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/ Source: TODAY

Now that pumpkin spice coffee is available at Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Lattes are back there's only one thing needed to kick off this very special time that's the very end of summer crossed with the very beginning of autumn.

Luckily, Halo Top Creamery announced on Tuesday that it has brought back its popular Pumpkin Pie ice cream flavor. But what's even better is that there's a way to score a free pint!

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Actually, the free pint offer includes any of the brands 24 core flavors, plus the new Pumpkin Pie, but shoppers will first need to get their hands on the coveted coupon.

People will be able to print out the coupon from on Sept. 22, beginning at 12:01 a.m. EDT. Then, they can head to any retailer who sells Halo Top for the free print. The coupon is redeemable only on Sept. 22, 2018 and is limited to one pint per customer.

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Halo Top's Pumpkin Pie concoction, which is available through November 2018, is a mixture of pumpkin spice with pie crust pieces throughout. As one of the ice cream brands known for its lower calories, the brand's pumpkin pie flavor comes in at 360 calories per pint with 20 grams of protein.

Consumers are pretty pumped about its return:

Doug Bouton, president and COO of Halo Top Creamery, said in a statement that Pumpkin Pie was one of the company's most popular flavors in the fall of 2017.

Pumpkin Pie joins a roster of other Halo Top flavors like the new Peanut Butter and Jelly, as well as Birthday Cake, Lemon Cake, Oatmeal Cookie and Sea Salt Caramel. Halo Top also has a line of dairy-free flavors that include Cinnamon Roll, Pancakes & Waffles and Chocolate-Covered Banana. All of them will be up for grabs with that free coupon.

The company has been the subject of a handful of lawsuits recently claiming they are underfilling their pints and that they are falsely advertising their product as ice cream.