Mrs. Fields Trivia is HERE – Win FREE COOKIES!

Mrs. Fields Trivia – May 3rd 2012

Here’s your chance again to win another amazing gift of FREE cookies from Mrs. Field

Enter the contest by leaving a comment on our blog.  If we pick you as our winner, we will contact you via the email you’ve provided.

We will draw 1 name from the correct answers given and that person will receive a FREE Mrs. Fields Springtime Tin ($44.00 Value, with shipping). Answers will be accepted until midnight (May 3rd, 2012). Limited to one win per month per entrant. Winner will be notified via email.

Prize Details:

This week we’ll be giving away one of our Springtime Tin – item #11EV323, a $44.00 value, including shipping. It contains 60 Nibblers® bite-sized cookies. Perfection!

Question:   True or False….  The holiday of Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day.

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411 responses to “Mrs. Fields Trivia is HERE – Win FREE COOKIES!

  1. Michelle Gonzalez

    true

  2. Abby Kraynick

    True ♥♥

  3. catherine porter

    the answer is true

  4. Charles templeton

    True

  5. Tiffany Greene

    True !! :)

  6. geralyn

    true, and I love your cookies.

  7. Phylicia Phillips

    True

  8. Tracy P

    True. its in september

  9. Tammy alcorta

    Its true

  10. Cathy DeLashmit

    so true!

  11. Shari Shehata

    True true!

  12. tamber squires

    TRUE. WOO HOO

  13. angela burdo

    TRUE! it is not!

  14. jennifer luce

    true ..

    • ckuhn

      This weeks trivia winner is… Tracy S. CONGRATULATIONS Tracy! One of our Mrs. Fields representatives will be contacting you shortly. Thank you to all those who participated. Join us next week for your chance to win!

  15. Penny McPherson

    So mucho true lol

  16. Estefanny Rendon

    true

  17. mrs wendy williams

    True

  18. May

    TRUE its not their independant’s day at all.

  19. Ashley Davenport

    True! Their independence day is September 16th!

  20. Tammy alcorta

    We celebrate it in my family every year

  21. becky hallock

    very true

  22. Theresa Wilson

    This is Absolutely True.

  23. Anita Leibert

    Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day, as some assume.

  24. Chris Bauza

    Being right is too mainstream… FALSE!!! :P

  25. jason tear

    true. it commemorates mexico s victory over france

  26. diana abdelfattah

    The answer is true it is not celebrate since the date is September 5.

  27. Melissa Schadde

    True True True :)

  28. jessica baughman

    false

  29. debra affrunti

    TRUE TY

  30. Jamie Jewell

    True! Indepence Day is actually in September!

  31. William Spence Nance

    TRUE DAT!!!!!!!!!!

  32. Samantha B

    TRUE!!! …PS—I<3 COOOKIEEEES! =]

  33. kimberly montgomery

    True!!

  34. brooke kanarek

    True, its a holiday to commemorate the cause of freedom and democracy during the first years of the American Civil War

  35. Calshondra Williams

    False

  36. Danielle Frederick

    TRUE

  37. steven

    That would be TRUE

  38. Terry

    True, it is NOT Mexico’s Independence Day.

  39. true they are awesome cookies hope i can win some.that would make my day.thanks.

  40. Natalie yeoman

    True (:

  41. kaye hagymiller

    su verdad.. Very true!

  42. Erica Fish

    It is true

  43. Tracy

    True! Mexico’s Independence Day is September 16th. Hope I win, love Mrs. Fields Cookies!! :-)

  44. Patricia Hancock

    True :)

  45. Janet Bradbury

    True, it is NOT Mexico’s Independence Day!

  46. Isabel

    That’s true cause is the celebration of the battle of puebla state of Mexico vs French

  47. laura

    true -The holiday in fact commemorates a battle between Mexican and French forces that took place in Puebla in 1862.

  48. True, It Is The Day of the Battle of Puebla

  49. Debbie Austin

    True……. The date is observed in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride, and to commemorate the cause of freedom and democracy during the first years of the American Civil War.

  50. Gina Taylor

    True!!

    Thanks for the chance!!

    ~Gina~

  51. Richard Willardsen

    TRUE –
    The holiday of Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day.

  52. Amber

    TRUE! The day actually commemorated a battle on the fifth of May that was won by Mexico.

  53. Maureen

    The date is observed in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride

  54. Donald Hayes

    That is true!

  55. Rhonda Gardner

    TRUE:)))

  56. Karen

    True!….fingers crossed!

  57. Joanne

    true and i love cookies!!

  58. Mary Glover

    True…the day is to celebrate the Mexican militia’s victory at the Battle of Puebla.

  59. sarah chaney

    FALSE, mexican independence day is sepember 16th. Cinco de Mayo celebrates the victory of the battle of puebla. I LOVE COOKIES!

  60. True!!!!!!! and I need some cookies to celebrate!!! <3

  61. TAMMY HOLDEN

    True…Mexico independence day is actually celebrated on September 16

  62. Gracellen Bonilla

    It is true! :)

  63. Martha Cole

    True. It was just a celebration of the Mexican Army defeating French forces at the Battle of Puebla.

  64. True!! (Mexico’s independence day, which is September 16) However, Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexican heritage and culture in the U.S. …(**)

  65. Jennifer Bedoya

    TRUE! It is celebration of Mexican heritage and pride and to celebrate the cause of freedom and democracy during the first years of the American Civil War.

  66. THOMAS RICHARD

    TRUE- Is the answer.

  67. Jake B

    True All Day Every Day :)

  68. Lisa Civic

    That is 100% true!

  69. stefanie johnson

    true!

  70. lisa agee broaddus

    True :)

  71. Kathy Prokopiak

    TRUE!!

  72. Dense

    I would love to win Mrs. Fields Cookies. These cookies are the best!

  73. Christina Gardner

    True, it is not.

  74. Barbara Mayes

    Very True!

  75. lynnelle

    Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s independence day. So this is true, it is not that day. Thanks and I hope I win. You guys are wonderful!

  76. Brooke Myers

    I love cookies..Theres something about the sweet smell flowing threw my house that brings me back to younger age when my grandma used to bake cookies for church!!

  77. Crystal Young

    True;-)

  78. rayleen menezes

    TRUE!

  79. Ashley Havrish

    Very true!

  80. Peggy Hart

    TRUE. Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May celebrates a victory of the Mexican Army over France.

  81. Samantha Fannin

    True!

  82. fiona peterson

    answer is true.

    love your cookies they are so good.

  83. Noemi Figueros

    it’s False………………….Cinco de Mayo, is considered, El Dia de la Batalla de Puebla (The Day of the Battle of Puebla) date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French Forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862…………..

  84. Yvonne Gomez

    True, Mexico’s Independence Day is September 16th :)

  85. Michael

    True, tis true.

  86. TRUE It is a Mexican Holiday celebrating the Battle of Puebla,

  87. Jane

    False it is the Mexican’s victory over France.

  88. Alexander Grushko

    True

  89. Melanie Fish

    Very True!

  90. Christine Malave

    FALSE!!!

  91. Jennifer Harwell

    False

  92. Morgan

    true. It’s NOT a celebration of their indepence which came later. It is celebrated in America as a way to experience and share mexican heritage and culture. :) I love these cookies!!

  93. Jill e

    True. Thanks for the giveaway. My mouth loves Mrs. Fields, not so sure about my butt. lol

  94. Dustin W. Larson

    False!

  95. alyce poalillo

    The answer is True, it is not about Independence Day

  96. Petritia S

    True ,they are celebrating their victory

  97. Heidi Sisco

    True! Mexico’s Independence Day is celebrated on September 16th.

  98. Pam Bareuther

    True….Mexico’s Independence Day is actually September 16.

  99. Dawn Marie Seeley

    The question seems to be a “trick” with the word NOT thrown in it…Cinco De Mayo is NOT their Independence Day so the questions wording makes it TRUE!

  100. Tamara B.

    FALSE: he holiday of Cinco De Mayo, The 5th Of May, commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862. It is primarily a regional holiday celebrated in the Mexican state capital city of Puebla and throughout the state of Puebla, with some limited recognition in other parts of Mexico, and especially in U.S. cities with a significant Mexican population. It is not, as many people think, Mexico’s Independence Day, which is actually September 16.

  101. Janet Johnson

    That is False

  102. Svitlana V. Lozovskaya

    True!!!

  103. Alyssa Hartlaub

    True. Mexican Independence Day is celebrated on September 16th. Cinco De Mayo is a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride.

  104. Samantha Dunkley

    True.

    Mexico’s Independence Day Celebration is actually on September 16th.

  105. Alla Grossman

    True. Mexico’s Independence Day is on 09.16.

  106. Angela Schneider

    True! Cookies!!!

  107. Stephanie C

    True,

    “Cinco de Mayo is more than just another excuse to party.
    The holiday, which is celebrated more abroad than actually in Mexico, commemorates the Battle of Puebla which took place on May 5, 1862.
    The underdog victory for Mexico pushed French forces out of the state of Puebla against seemingly insurmountable odds. Next year the 150th anniversary of the battle will be celebrated.
    Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day. That holiday, which is more widely honored in Mexico, is actually celebrated on September 16.”

    Referenced from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/05/what-is-cinco-de-mayo_n_857655.html

  108. Brad Goodrich

    The answer is true. (And I feel sorry for people like Tamara who had the right info. but missed the word NOT in the phrasing of the question, now they’ll never get a chance to win those delicious cookies this week.)

  109. Theresa Gloetzner

    True! The day is supposed to be about pride and heritage, but for some it’s another reason to party.

  110. The answer is true. I would love to be the winner ! Thanks for this wonderful giveaway! connie danielson

  111. Barbara R.

    True………….. The holiday of Cinco de Mayo is NOT a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day.

    Mexico’s Independence Day—the most important national patriotic holiday in Mexico—which is actually celebrated on September 16

  112. Ketaki Radkar

    TRUE!

    And thanks for the giveaway Mrs Fields. I looooove cookies!!! :)

  113. jeanne

    TRUE….

    it is NOT a celebration of Mexican independence.

    That is celebrated on Sept. 16th. In the U.S. – May 5th is the
    celebration of Mexican heritage and pride.

  114. Krystal Ramirez

    True!!!

  115. JACKIE CONCEPCION

    true

  116. Bernice Schissler

    True

  117. Debra Getsinger

    True!!!

  118. Ashley Cohrs

    I love Mrs. Fields!!! WE always get her cookie cakes for birthdays and school functions!!!

  119. True!
    Their Independence Day is September 16th.

  120. Amber Dean

    TRUE. I LOVE Mrs. Field’s.

  121. Kathy Burns-Hill

    True

  122. Brenda Bryer

    True…It is NOT the celebration of Mexico’s Indepence

  123. Anna

    True? Mexican Independence day is September 16

  124. Cyndi Tucci

    True; Cinco de Mayo not part of the Mexican Celebration of Independence Day.

  125. TRUE, Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexico’s independence.

  126. elizabeth Harris

    TRUE

  127. Alexis Victoria Krasco Martin

    False it is mexicos Independance day!!Get my free mrs fields in my tummy.

  128. Vivian Tat

    I meant TRUE not false!! :D

  129. Leslie Swearengin

    True

  130. Janine Flegert

    True. It is NOT a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day. My birthday is on Sunday, I hope I win!!! : )

  131. Andrea Hadfield

    True, it is not

  132. Natalie Vandenberghe

    True (but I’m glad we get to celebrate on May 5th anyway ;)

  133. Sara Rosebery

    True! My niece is one smart cookie! lol

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