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You Can Get Halloween-Themed Ice Cream In Toronto For Just $1 Today

Every day is Halloween at iHalo Krunch. With black-on-black charcoal soft serve cones, the parlour has been dubbed Toronto's go-to spot for goth ice cream. 

And today, they're teaming up with Foodora to bring us all a Halloween treat: $1 ice cream cones.

Called iHalo-we'en and available right now, the soft serve is a pumpkin spice flavour, with coconut charcoal ice cream in a charcoal cone. The best part? You don't even need to wait in line for it. 

via @ihalokrunch

The limited-edition cones are $1 (soft serve here is regularly $6.50) when ordered for pick-up through Foodora, with proceeds going to charity. Additionally, iHalo will be matching all donations from the sales of the Halloween-themed cones.

One dollar and for charity? How can we say no?

While the company's social media pages state the cones spike in price after 2pm, Foodora's website still has the offer on for $1. Get them while they last!

Order your wicked, charcoal-infused cone at Foodora's website.

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