One or Two Dozen Cookies at Mrs. Fields (Up to Half Off).

The Loop

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In a Nutshell

Bakers customize peanut butter, sugar, and chocolate-chip traditional or bite-size nibbler cookies

The Fine Print

Expires 60 days after purchase. Limit 10 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. May use multiple per visit. 2hr advance notice appreciated. Pick-up only. Valid only at Chicago Loop location. Not valid for Frosted or White Chunk Macadamia Cookies. Holiday Tins Available While Supplies Last. Not valid 2/11-2/16. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $16.99 for one dozen cookies or 48 nibblers and a cookie tin (up to a $32.84 value)
  • $29.99 for two dozen cookies or 96 nibblers and a cookie tin (up to a $60.21 value)

Mrs. Fields

Debbi Fields opened her first cookie shop in 1977, launching what would soon become a household name. Today, Mrs. Fields bakers from all over the world carry on her legacy, whipping up her signature semisweet chocolate-chip cookies with the same top-secret recipe that Mrs. Fields invented. They carefully fold real butter, whole eggs, and pure vanilla into delicate, buttery batters to create soft, chewy cookies that fill nearby nostrils with irresistibly sweet aromas. Using these same ingredients and recipes, they also bake up cookie cakes that can be decorated with colorful icing and personalized messages such as birthday wishes, inside jokes, or bank-account passwords. When they’re not handcrafting milk-chocolate-chip, cinnamon-sugar, and peanut-butter cookie batters into mini, regular, or cake-size cookies, these bakers are busy making gourmet brownies with pecans and walnuts.

Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards