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There could be shortages this year as the hallowed eve nears

Hershey has made the most significant announcement to date in its history thus far by announcing that your trick-or-treat will need to be restricted on October 31st, or will it? FCL CEO Michele Buck said during Thursday’s earnings call that mass production will probably hinder its general team, which means we will not be able to fully meet customer demand.

Your neighborhood may find a large number of trick-or-treaters at any moment of the year, or you might prefer to munch on sugared wafers and lollies during the October holiday. Either way, this step-by-step guide will help you to peruse all the best places to eat candy.

Where to Buy


We can’t get enough of two-day shipping, so get your pre-orders delivered Tuesday-Friday for $40. We also offer the same deal when you order the Halloween Mixed Variety Pack ($18) that features 260 pieces of 3 Musketeers, Starburst, Snickers (including Snickers Peanut Butter) and Skittles and the 250-Piece Halloween Mixed Variety Pack ($22) with 3 Musketeers, Milky Way, M&Ms, Twix.


We love any reason to drape ourselves across our chair cushions and jam out the speakers to our favorite online Target cart and buying bulk Halloween candy for a good price is one of them. For the reasonable delivery charge, be sure to see the high-rated Kit-Kats, Reese’s and Hershey’s bars, the extra-large-size Hershey’s Candy Bars Variety Pack, or the complete Hershey s assortment bag for festive candy addicts.


Where better to shop than at Costco? Get an executive membership and you’re getting 2% back on every purchase. That paired with the best availability of items in bulk, makes this a no brainer. You can grab a large bag of candy for under $20 in store and a little more than that online with shipping embedded in the overall cost.

Sam’s Club

To ensure we got our money’s worth, we are obsessed with Sam’s Club (aka, the Father of All Things Bulk). To rock this Halloween, pick up the Hershey Factory Favorites ($18) that includes two variations of the Reese’s bar, Kit-Kats, Whoppers and Reese’s cups. We additionally think the Hershey Factory Favorites ($53) is worth it for diehard Halloween devotees.


With Walmart you can save and execute your plan, while eating all the candy you desire to live better. Shop Walmart’s Bulk Halloween Candy assorted ($35), which packs M&Ms, Snickers, among other candies you may not recognize, including many slime gums.

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