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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

How to Get Scary Good Last-Minute Deals on Halloween Candy

With just a couple weeks left to go until the sweetest, spookiest night of the year, it’s definitely time to stock up on candy! Curious how to conjure up the best Halloween candy without breaking the bank? Keep reading to find out how to score bewitching Halloween candy deals!

Buy Halloween Candy Wholesale to Save Big

Everyone wants to be the cool mom or dad who gives out handfuls of name brand candy - or even full-size chocolate bars - to all the little trick-or-treaters on their street. Who has that kind of money, though? Aren’t those things that only Willy Wonka himself could swing?

Worry not, Candy Meister. The good news is that you don’t have to spend a lot to get a big bang for your buck. Whether you’re looking for hard candies or melt-in-your-mouth chocolates, buying candy at wholesale prices can be a life saver.

It’s no secret that savvy shoppers buy in bulk to save a lot of money. You might think you need to join some super-secret candy club to take advantage of these good deals. But you don’t have to shell out for a store membership to save on Halloween candy. As you might have guessed, the Wholesale Candy Shop makes it oh-so-easy for vampires and werewolves to sink their fangs into Halloween favorites like Tootsie Pops and Blow Pops.

Don’t Let Seasonal Packaging Come Back to Haunt You

After the November 1st sugar hangover wears off, it seems like no one wants to look at candy again until Thanksgiving. Even though the candy is still perfectly scrumptious weeks after the cobwebs have been dusted off, images of ghosts and ghouls can make it harder to reuse the leftover candy at social events during Thanksgiving and the winter holidays. And there always seems to be enough candy left over to fill at least one plastic jack-o-lantern.

When you buy retail Halloween candy to pass out to the goblins and goonies, the packaging is branded for Halloween. You know what we’re talking about: bright orange wrappers, silhouettes of haunted houses, monsters and zombies on once-colorful candy packages. We always say not to judge candy by its wrapper, but let’s face it - seeing Halloween packaging in November and December is a little unsettling. Plus, producing all of that custom packaging for a holiday costs money, and it’s reflected in the price you would pay to buy it at a store.

In addition to saving money, wholesale Halloween candy comes in evergreen, instantly-recognizable packaging. No one at the Thanksgiving table or annual Christmas get-together will suspect that the candy-coated goodies you brought were left over from Halloween.

Have you ever bought Halloween candy in bulk? Share your thoughts and stories in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!

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