Walmart Is Selling A Box With 488 Pieces Of Halloween Candy
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As we gear up for Halloween, besides spooky cocktails and ghoulish appetizers, you should be thinking about what candy you'll be picking up (whether it be for trick-or-treaters or for yourself!). If this tends to be the hardest decision you make all season, Walmart has a variety box of almost 500 candy pieces to prove the more options there are the better.
No, seriously, the Hershey's chocolate and sweets treasure box comes with 488 individually wrapped pieces which is great for those of you who live in a neighborhood that attracts a lot of costumed trick-or-treaters...or those of you who love having candy on display all throughout the holiday seasons. It comes with miniature Kit Kats, Rolos, Reese's, Hershey's milk chocolate and vampire kisses, Jolly Ranchers, and Twizzlers.
This variety takes away the guess work in deciding between chocolatey treats versus fruity options since you have a little bit of everything—or a lot of everything depending on how you'd classify over 400 pieces of candy. You can purchase the box in Walmart candy aisles (there's typically a seasonal aisle that switches out the treats depending on the holiday) or online for $29.98.
I'm no math wiz, but that comes out to only six cents per piece of candy which is a good deal if you're trying to feed a bunch of passersby. I'd say this is one of the few times trick or treaters taking a whole hand full is completely fair...necessary, even.
Alexis Morillo is the Associate Editor at Delish.com where she covers breaking food news and viral food trends.
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