National Cookie Day 2017: Where to Find Freebies & Deals

Gladys Abbott
December 5, 2017

It might be one of the easiest, not to mention tastiest, holidays to celebrate: December 4 marks National Cookie Day. This is a combination of their beloved Ooey-Gooey™ Cinnabon® cinnamon roll and fresh, warm chocolate chip cookies. BONUS: They're giving away an 8-ounce bottle of Fairlife milk with every Cookie BonBite purchase on Monday. Just in time for holiday parties and gift exchanges, shoppers can visit the cookie bar to fill a limited edition cookie tin designed by artist, Ryn Frank.

Nestle's nationwide chain of cafes is inspired by the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Mass., where a chef named Ruth Wakefield invented the chocolate chip cookie almost 80 years ago - apparently by happy accident.

National Cookie Day is tomorrow and we'll be celebrating All. Day. Grab one free original chocolate chip cookie at participating locations on Monday only. While supplies last at participating locations. No purchase necessary and limit one per customer.

It's #NationalCookieDay and the only way to celebrate is with free #CookieLayerCrunch. Choose from nine traditional cookie flavors including Chocolate Chunk, Double Chocolate Chunk, Peanut Butter, Classic with M&M's, Snickerdoodle, Sugar, Oatmeal Raisin, Double Chocolate Mint, and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut. Plus, you can save up to 40% on select items from the Mrs. Fields online store. The newest delectable treat will be called "Cookie BonBites". The offer is only valid on December 4th and no purchase will be necessary. Please note this doesn't mean that all of the cookies in the store (such as the prepackaged ones) are 50 percent off.

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From free cookies to discounts, you can satisfy your sweet tooth. Try the buttery rugelach or chocolate sandwich cookies.

Everything at the Whole Foods cookie bar (that is, products of its in-store bakeries) is 50% off until the end of the day on Monday.

And Americans love cookies.

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