How to Save Money on Halloween Candy!

How much Halloween Candy do you need to buy? It can get super expensive! Today I’m showing you How to Save Money on Halloween Candy–no matter where you end up buying it– Candy like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kat, Skittles, Snickers, Laffy Taffy and more. ↓↓↓↓ CLICK SHOW MORE ↓↓↓↓

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  • Morgan McRory

    Hey Malea, thanks for the video. I was wondering, what's the best time to buy, usually? I mean, obviously AFTER Halloween (of course :/), but do you see a particular time frame that retailers often drop their prices or offer coupons?

    • The Melea Show

      +Morgan McRory Actually, I am seeing these stock up prices now!~ It's the earliest I have ever seen them done. Target had a bunch of big bags of candy that were anywhere form $.16 cents to $.19 an ounce! And of course, they will go cheaper than that after Halloween with clearance. 😉

  • bumbalinabee

    It would be helpful if you put "the equation" in the description of all videos that have to with checking prices. $ of product(s) divided by total weight of product in lbs, oz or whatever weight system you want to use = $ per lbs, oz, ect.. whichever weight system you choose aka chips are $2.50 and weigh 4 oz. the $ per oz $0.625

  • Hayli H.

    Candy is pretty pricey. I wonder when these deals happen.. Around my area it's always after Halloween or the holiday :(.. if it's before, they may have "on sale" but it's usually not a good deal.. I do have a Costco membership though, so I with have to check out the .18/ oz!

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