Cinnabon honors National Cookie Day with "Cookie BonBites"

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Cinnabon is celebrating by rolling out their newest cookie, the Cookie BonBite, which is a mini cinnamon roll baked inside of a chocolate chip cookie. Find a location near you. (Of course you are.) Happy National Cookie Day!

Monday, Dec. 4 marks National Cookie Day around the world and there are some great freebies for you to indulge in your sweet tooth. So before you rush out to grab your free (or cheap) cookie, be sure to call ahead and see if your local store is joining in on the fun of National Cookie Day.

The day was founded by Matt Nader of Blue Chip Cookie 1987, according to USA Today. 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. Customers will also receive 40% off of any holiday and signature cookie packages. Full disclosure: The cookies we got a sneak-peek taste of were shipped at room temperature, so we didn't get to try them exactly as they'd be served up at the mall - but we did try them both at room temp and warmed up to capture the same effect.

Participating locations will be giving customers one free cookie with no purchase necessary. A list of locations offering the free cookie is available here.

Cinnabon - Free eight-ounce bottles of Fairlife Ultra-filtered milk with every Cookie BonBite purchase.

Fun fact: According to a Nestle Toll House survey, when asked which cookie best describes the state they reside in, people in SC said peanut butter with chocolate chips. One per person, no purchase necessary.

Insomnia Cookies: Get a free traditional cookie with any in-store purchase.

"Whole Foods Market cookie bars boast seasonal offerings and frosted treats unique to each store", the release says. This offer seems to be getting a bit less traction than others, and there's no explicit cap on how many cookies will be given away, so it seems like a good bet.

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