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*Expired* Betty Crocker Cookie Mix House Party

by Freebies4Mom on October 13, 2009 1:03 pm

Apply to host a Betty Crocker Cookie Mix House Party and the host gets everything needed to host the party plus recipes & grocery list pads to give to guests. They will select 1,000 hosts for this party. This is a great opportunity and I’ve heard from lots of readers who have hosted a House Party for other product brands and they had a positive experience (plus got lots of free stuff). The application is rather lengthy, so don’t try to rush through it!

House Party is like a free sampling program for you and your friends in a social setting. Look at the list of current parties and apply for the ones that you would be interested in hosting. Answer the questions honestly in your application, because these companies aren’t necessarily looking for the biggest parties and richest hostesses. This is a word-of-mouth marketing campaign that gives companies an opportunity to let their customers do the advertising for them. If you host a House Party I’d love to hear about your experience! You can also still apply for the Shutterfly House Party and the Kodak House Party.

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djjohns October 15, 2009 at 9:43 am

I signed up for this one but I doubt I'll get. I just hosted a Better Bake Sale House Party and have a Hunt's Backyard Garden Fresh House Party coming up very soon. My husband will have his own Window's 7 House Party around the same time, so I'm thinking they're about tired of us by now. :)We've hosted two other House Parties in past years as well and have fun every time. I think we get chosen so often because we live in a very rural area without a lot of competition, plus I apply for a lot of them. It's definitely worth the effort to fill out the questionnaires.


the blubaughs October 15, 2009 at 8:28 am

I was chose to host a Fisher Price house party about a year ago. It was awesome. They sent a ton of free toys, gift bags for each guest, coupons and catalogs. It was so easy and there was absolutely no hassle. The only thing you had to do was invite at least 10 people through a web page set up for each party host, and then each guest was asked to go online and evaluate the toys their kids played with, but they didn't have to if they didn't want. It was a great experience, and I'd absolutely recommend it.


JDaniel4's Mom October 14, 2009 at 9:24 pm

I applied for this when I saw it in Parents magazine. It looks like so much fun.


Chelle October 13, 2009 at 2:44 pm

Great, thank you so much!


Joyce October 13, 2009 at 2:31 pm

Ive applied for a few of these parties and have never gotten chosen. This would be a great one for the kids to get involved in too…


Gianna October 13, 2009 at 1:58 pm

I'd love to do it. I'm hosting a Windows 7 party this month.


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