Cheesecake is one of America’s favorite holiday desserts, and for the last 150 years Philadelphia Cream Cheese has been a staple in holiday gatherings. This year, due to unprecedented demand, cream cheese shelves in grocery stores are noticeably empty.

To make sure consumers still have the pleasure of dessert on their holiday tables, Philadelphia will reimburse the cost to replace a homemade cheesecake up to $20. On December 17-18 starting at 9 am EST, home bakers can visit and be one of the first to reserve a limited spot to receive a $20 digital reward to cover the cost of a holiday dessert with a valid receipt.

“For the past 150 years, Philadelphia cream cheese has been a staple in American households, especially around the holidays,” says Philadelphia marketing director Basak Oguz. “As we continue to see elevated and sustained demand, we want to want to ensure that there’s enough cream cheese for bagels, cheesecakes, and everything in-between. We’re excited to share that we’re investing millions of dollars so Philadelphia cream cheese will be available to anyone that wants it, wherever they like to shop, for the next 150 years and beyond.”