Q. What happened to the Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog?
A. The Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog started announcing its closing in February 2006. The last date to order was December 15, 2006.When it was introduced in the 1930’s, the catalog and points program offered consumers a great way to shop for merchandise at a substantial savings. Today, consumers have many other options for shopping which also provide value and convenience, including on-line shopping. The Betty Crocker Store is now operated by Cooking.com, so that you can order from a premium selection of cooking-related items and have them delivered right to your home. The Betty Crocker Store is staffed with a knowledgeable customer service team that's ready to answer any question and offers a guaranteed, easy-to-shop site and efficient, affordable delivery every time.
Q. What if I have current or future problems, questions or concerns about a product purchased from the Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog?
Q. Where can I purchase my exclusive flatware pattern or order additional pieces for my Pattern for a Lifetime pattern that was previously carried in the Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog?
A. The Betty Crocker Catalog was not operated by Cooking.com. We would suggest that you can purchase 5 piece place settings and other items of very similar patterns to their Betty Crocker pattern from either the Betty Crocker Store, brought to you by Cooking.com or at Oneida via their website at www.oneida.com. Points Program
Q. What can I do with the Betty Crocker Points I still have or that I may still find on General Mills packages?
A. The Betty Crocker Points program is no longer in effect. The Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog announced it was closing in February 2006. The last date to order was December 15, 2006. Click here
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