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Old Time Candy for Halloween




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Nothing says Trick or Treat like an all decades box from Old Time Candy.   They have your fave candy from the  1950's to the 1990's.  I think my absolute favorite is the Chunky!  And, who can frge tcandy cigarettes?  No matter what kind of candy you like, you can find it in this box,

Old Time Candy can provide many messages on the boxes, as well asa huge selection of candy.

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This giveaway is for 3 days only, so the winner can get the Trick or Treat Box delivered in time for Halloween.  Old Time Candy will ship the box to the winner.
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64 comments

  1. I liked sweet a tarts when I was younger!

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  2. My favorite candy is every candy lol but if I have to choose it’s between milky ways, dots, twizzlers, skittles, and Swedish fish

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  3. I have always liked Sweet Tarts.

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  4. I love their Boston baked beans ,buds daddy ,taffy

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  5. Charm pops and foot long string licorice

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  6. Anonymous6:49 AM

    Vera Wilson said Mary Janes and Squirrel Nuts

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  7. When I was young, I loved the Candy Charm Bracelets

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  8. My favorite candy is Swedish fish

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  9. Bubble tape, smarties..

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  10. My favorites were Pixie Sticks and of course anything chocolate.

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  11. My favorites were Pixie Sticks and of course anything to do with chocolate.

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  12. Terri8:56 AM

    I used to love the assorted flavors of Necco Wafers and the Nestle Chunky chocolate candy.

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  13. I loved those little wax bottles full of juice, candy buttons and Necco wafers!

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  14. I loved (still do) Chuckles!
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  15. Anonymous10:38 AM

    I love the Candy Buttons! (Audrey Stewart / jozywails@gmail.com)

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  16. Now and Laters were my fave!

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  17. Wax Lips, Candy Cigarettes, Smarties, Candy Buttons, Candy Necklaces, Mary Janes and more... We LOVED candy -- used to go to the 5/10 store and buy it by the bag.

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  18. Anonymous10:55 AM

    My favorite candy growing up was red licorice strings
    Merry

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  19. My favorite candy is those strawberry ones with the gooey insides.. I rarely see em anymore.

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  20. I loved Malted Milk Balls, but I also love Smarties.

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  21. My favorite candy growing up was always Zots. This was followed by the banana chews that used to be n a square shape.

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  22. Reeces peanut butter cups

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  23. My favorite is Milk Duds!

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  24. I liked slo pokes, mary janes and banana splits

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  25. Mike & Ike's and Snow Caps were my favorite. I still eat them!

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  26. Love me some Chik o Sticks

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  27. Marathon Bar and Junior Mints!

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  28. I liked sugar daddies, root beer barrels and orangr bubble yum.

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  29. One of my favorite candies as a child and still today if I can find them were BOTTLE CAPS from Wonka Candy.

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  30. I loved Warheads as a kid

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  31. I always loved Smarties.

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  32. As a kid I loved Sugar Babies and Mr. Goodbar.

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  33. Samantha Wagner11:16 PM

    I've always loved peanut m&m's, Boston baked beans, and Reeses pieces. Yum!

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  34. My folks would bring back maple sugar candy from Canada and I thought it was the bomb!

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  35. A couple favorites when I was a kid were Swedish Fish, 3 Musketeers and Josh Early Nonpareils

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  36. My favorite was Caravelle candy bars!

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  37. oh boy there are so miny i like from when i was a kid one of them are bottle caps others are zots and pop rocks and that list go's on and on.

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  38. Amber Terry5:38 AM

    My childhood favorites were pretty much anything chocolate, especially Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Hershey's Kisses :)

    (Thanks for the chance to win!!!)

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  39. when i was a kid i loved gummy worms and starbursts and skittles. they are my favorite candies.

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  40. Some of my favorites from my childhood were Chunky, candy buttons, smarties and chuckles.
    Thank you!

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  41. There are so many I loved as a child. I know those candy buttons I liked..and I remember those candy cigarettes too.

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  42. Fun dip and swedish fish!

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  43. I used to love Swedish fish and Necco wafers as a kid.

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  44. I love Slo Pokes & Bottle Caps.

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  45. Kael Harvey1:39 PM

    Charleston Chews and Lemon Heads!

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  46. I always loved Chuckles and Nestle Chunky candy.

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  47. Reese Pieces were my favorite!

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  48. Bottle Caps... root beer was the best

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  49. Rasinettes and sugar babies and sugar daddy but they get stuck in your teeth.

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  50. My favorite was candy cigarettes. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  51. yummy Buttons, were my favorite.

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  52. candy buttons are my favorite

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  53. Growing up I loved Charleston Chews, Mary Janes and Jawbreakers.

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  54. i loved going to the penny candy place ad getting the candy buttons.

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  55. My favorite candy growing up was ABBA ZABA! Thanks for the chance at this!

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  56. I liked getting necco wafers and bottle caps as a kid as well as whoppers, anything chocolate, zotz and pop rocks.

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  57. Maple Nut Goodies, Reese's PB Cups, Black Licorice

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  58. I loved bottle caps as a kid. I also loved KitKit bars.

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  59. I enjoyed the Swedish Fish, even to this day

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