It’s officially the holiday season – the most wonderful time of the year! And what better way to celebrate than with free cookies? National Cookie Day is December 4th, and you can find tons of great discounts and freebies on your favorite sweets. Start the month right with cookies – here’s where you can find them.
National Cookie Day Deals
Crumbl Cookies: On December 4th, step into a Crumbl Cookies and get a free chocolate chip cookie, plus a 20 percent discount on a four-cookie box. Find your nearest Crumbl location here!
Great American Cookies: Every customer that walks into a Great American Cookies location on National Cookie Day is entitled to one free cookie. You don’t need to buy anything, just mention the deal and enjoy your free snack!
Insomnia Cookies: When you place an order at Insomnia and use code “INSOMNIACS” at checkout, you can get one free cookie. If you use code “SENDCOOKIE25” instead, you’ll get 25 percent off any order through December 7th. Find an Insomnia near you and get ordering!
Mrs. Fields: One cookie isn’t gonna cut it if you’re really craving. Maybe you’d like Mrs. Field’s Holiday Gram Cookie Cakes, nine inches in diameter and covered in frosting. You can send a heartfelt message to a loved one, or treat yourself. Through December 6th, you can get a cookie cake for 40 percent off, and 25 percent off until the end of the month.
Nestle Toll House: Even though cookies aren’t terribly difficult to bake, things still go wrong sometimes. Nestle Toll House gets that and wants to help. The company is giving away cookie dough until National Cookie Day for people who’ve had baking fails in the past. To enter for a chance to win, tweet @NestleTollHouse with your baking fail story, along with these hashtags #TollHouseResuce and #Sweepstakes.
We get it, baking can be hard. Reply with your baking fails for a chance to be rescued with our cookie dough in time for #NationalCookieDay
*Reply w/ baking fail
*Use #TollHouseRescue & #Sweepstakes
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— Nestle Toll House (@NestleTollHouse) November 23, 2020