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This Monday, April 24, 2017, photo shows a McDonald's restaurant in downtown Pittsburgh. McDonald's Corp. reports earnings on Tuesday, April 25. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

You won’t have to spend any money on Sunday for some free ice cream.

McDonald’s will be serving free soft serve ice cream cones nationwide on Sunday to celebrate National Ice Cream Day, which kicks off on July 16, according to Business Insider.

Customers will have to download McDonald’s mobile app to receive free ice cream.

The free cone deal will be listed under the “my deals” option inside the app.

Customers then must present the app at the drive-thru or inside the restaurant to receive their cone, according to Business Insider.

Those who buy from 2 to 5 p.m. could win a Golden Arches Cone, which would give them free soft serve for life, according to a McDonald’s press release.

McDonald’s new soft serve ice cream recipe rolled out last year. It no longer includes artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, Business Insider reported.

The recipe change is but one of several changes McDonald’s made to its brand in the last year. The company changed its uniform, dumped a sugary drink for the sake of soda and instituted a new device called a frork to help people eat fries and burgers together.