Cookie Day is celebrated around the world on December 4 to celebrate everything good about the dessert.
Whole Foods appears to be celebrating not just National Cookie Day, but its lower-priced approach under new owner Amazon. The event can be found in the 1980s "Sesame Street Dictionary", which was also published in the 1980s.
Toll House will offer a free regular cookie, one per visitor, on National Cookie Day.
You can find more great deals for National Cookie Day 2017 by following these links! "National Cookie Day provides the ideal occasion for our guests to enjoy the ultimate cookie experience", Thomas added. The event will celebrate the beginning of the empire built by Debbi Fields starting in 1977. It's gonna be a day too sweet to skip.
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Those who purchase BonBites will also receive a free bottle of milk, while supplies last.
DoubleTree by Hilton is doubling down on its affinity for its signature Cookie with a twist on the traditional "milk and cookies" holiday combination with a "Chocolate Chip Cookies and Drinks" pairings guide.
Get a free cookie with any purchase of a scoop, sammie or milkshake at Coolhaus shops in Los Angeles!
On Monday, December 4th, Nestle Toll House Cafe by Chip will be honoring National Cookie Day at participating locations. It's one of a plethora of "holidays" that exist primarily so businesses can promote themselves, but in this case, the Holiday Industrial Complex is serving up a bunch of free cookies, so maybe we shouldn't complain. No purchase necessary and limit one per customer. The offer is limited to 1 per person.
They're offering a free cookie with any purchase.
Whole Foods Market: Get 50% off items at the cookie bar. The offer is good in USA stores only and only while supplies last.