Find the Cheapest Halloween Candy at These Places
Some Treasure Valley stores have the best deals on Gummy Bears and others have the best prices on bags of Sour Patch Kids. Finding the cheapest Halloween candy is a matter of knowing where to look.
You'll be able to find Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers, and Smarties at every store, but if you don't look around you might be leaving money on the table and we all know that could go toward more candy. So couple these good deals with some coupons from the Sunday paper and your Halloween cup (or dish at the office) will overflow.
The Today Show rounded up some of the best deals on Halloween candy, and if you find it cheaper in other places around the Treasure Valley, be sure to let us know. We love a good deal, and this may be the time to drive to two or three places around town to get it.
The Best Deals on Halloween Candy
Walmart has a 100-pack bag of Swedish Fish and Sour Patch Kids for $10.
Target has a 5-pound bag of Gummy Worms for $20.
Amazon offers a 90-count box of Airheads for $12.
Other Top Deals at Amazon:
Nestle Chocolate Assorted Minis Bag (40-ounces) $10
Assorted Candy Party Mix with Tootsie Rolls, Laffy Taffy and more (5 lbs) $26
Skittles and Starburst Original Candy Bag (90 Fun-Size Pieces), $9
Other Top Deals at Walmart:
Hershey Halloween Candy Snack Size Assortment, (91 Ounces), $20
Hershey's Chocolate Candy Assortment, $9
York Peppermint Patties (40 Ounces), $9
Other Top Deals at Target:
Reese's Pieces (48 ounces all candy, not individual packs) $37
Laffy Taffy, Bottle Caps, SweeTarts and Nerds Variety Bag, $10
The most popular Halloween candy in Idaho is still the good ole candy corn, according to Candystore.com, proving that sometimes a craving is a craving and money is no object. But if you are looking to save a few dollars and put that toward the cat ears for your costume and more candy to hold back for yourself, hopefully, this will help.