|Also I need to save money because I want this.|
|For those of you who can't see, it says the original price was $2.87, meaning I got them for more than 50% off!|
|4 bags makes for a nice full basket, and the gold mixed with the silvery Snickers bars is very Halloween-y|
So back to the organic fruit snacks. I bought 2 boxes to put toward my Halloween candy supply, bringing my total to $9.56.
Side Note - I think I'm going to do a little social experiment this year to figure out who's got the hippie kids who pass up the chocolate and pick out the organic fruit snacks.... looking forward to it.
Feeling pretty good about my stash, I decided to spring for a few more bags of candy this year. See last year, I ran out of candy toward the very end of the night and didn't get to share with any of the older kids who came out after sunset. So off to Walmart I went with a $1.50 off 3 bags coupon clipped from my Sunday paper. I scored 3 bags for $2.50 each, and minus the $1.50 coupon, my final total for this year is $15.56.
By doing some Internet research, I found the average amount of money spent on Halloween candy last year was just a little over $20. Totalling my candy expenditures, I've come in 25% under the national average. And overall I'm pretty proud of my display for this year!
Does anyone else out there have any tips or tricks for saving on Halloween candy?
Chocolate, Chewies, and Safe Trick-or Treating everyone!