Gideon’s Bakehouse Giving Two Trading Cards Per Order as Series One Comes to an End

Lisa Stump

Gideon’s Bakehouse Giving Two Trading Cards Per Order as Series One Comes to an End

Gideon’s Bakehouse in Disney Springs has announced the first wave of their trading card series is drawing to a close. Guests may attempt to stock up on the missing pieces of their collection for a limited time, while the bakery provides double the number of cards in a standard order.

Gideon’s Bakehouse Trading Cards

Gideon’s Bakehouse made the announcement this morning regarding the change. Their official post is below.

According to the release, there are hints embedded in the company’s social media posts to indicate how long this promo will last. If you’ve figured out the puzzle, we’d love to see your ideas in the comments.

Trading Card Details

As wave one of Gideon’s Bakehouse collectible trading cards draws to a close, all Medium and Large Cookie Boxes from today forward will contain two cards per order, instead of only one card. This doubles a shopper’s chances of finding rare cards or finishing their set.

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There are two ways to procure additional Gideon’s Bakehouse trading cards with a purchase. In-store, guests may buy enough Cookies to fill a Medium or Large Cookie Box. Instead of the customary single card, two cards will now be tucked inside with the half-pound treats.

In addition, guests may order online to receive their trading cards. For orders over $20, Gideon’s will include two random cards with your purchase. Cards are included for each individual order over $20, not for every $20 spent.

The trading cards cannot be purchased separately. In addition, specific cards cannot be requested. Since the cards are pre-inserted in the boxes, the cards each guest receives is based on luck alone. According to the post above, resellers are already at work on eBay and Facebook for those who are seeking a specific addition to their set.

Gideon’s Bakehouse limits guests to purchasing seven Cookies per person when visiting a shop. Since these Cookies weigh approximately half a pound each, that’s roughly a three pound Cookie limit.

Preorders are not accepted at the Disney Springs location, but guests may preorder a higher quantity of Cookies to pick up the following day from the original location at East End Market. According to the Gideon’s Bakehouse website, this is a great way to avoid special edition Cookies from selling out.

Online orders cannot be shipped at this time. All orders must be picked up from one of the two Gideon’s Bakehouse locations in Orlando.

Take a look at our other coverage of Gideon’s Bakehouse below:

Are you close to completing your Gideon’s Bakehouse wave one trading card collection? We’d love to read about your experiences in the comments below.

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