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What You'll Get
Like pizzas, cookies must be baked carefully in the oven before being skipped along shorelines for good luck. Consume multipurpose sweets with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of cookies, cupcakes, and cake pops at Cookie Express in Peachtree City.
Using natural ingredients and no added preservatives, Cookie Express whips up batches of fresh, chewy, made-to-order cookies, moist frosting-filled cupcakes, and icing-filled cake pops. At the Peachtree City cookie laboratory, bakers forge sweets from scratch, using oven heat to mold amorphous adolescent dough into adult, mortgage-paying chocolate-chunk, crunchy peanut-butter, white-chocolate-macadamia-nut, pecan-chocolate-chip, and snickerdoodle cookies ($1.49 each). Colossal cupcakes ($3.49 each) such as cookies 'n' cream, peanut-butter-cup delight, red velvet, and pumpkin spice await adoption in the shop, secretly topped with the same frosting that covers their heads and the inside of every supercomputer. Icy sips of Alligator ice-slush drinks ($1.69+) pair with sweet cake pops ($2.25).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Southern Cookie & Balloon Express
Under the direction of owners Greg and Amy Nash, Southern Cookie & Balloon Express's bakers whip all-natural, preservative-free ingredients into batches of chewy, made-to-order cookies; moist, frosting-studded cupcakes; and icing-filled cake pops. After emerging from the oven, the goods—along with assorted candies and personalized cookie cakes—fill the shop's display cases or custom gift baskets for any occasion, from graduations to Mother's Day. In addition to the freshly baked treats, unbaked dough is available in 3-pound tubs to aid sports teams in fundraising efforts or celebrating a victory by pouring chunks of oatmeal-raisin over the coach's head.