Three Good Reasons to Buy Candy In Bulk

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Curious about how buying candy in bulk can benefit you (and your stomach?) We’re sharing how buying candy in bulk can benefit you!

 What’s better than candy? Candy in bulk! There’s nothing greater than having all the sweet treats you love ready and waiting. And bulk-buying isn't just great for satisfying those candy cravings; it's also an economic decision! Pick up your favourite American candy bars, chocolate bars and candy for less, but make it last longer. Plus, buying in bulk means more choice. And with more candy to choose from, you can produce amazing candy creations. Set up the candy shop you’ve always dreamed of or give your friends and family a taste or your sugary heaven. When you buy candy in bulk, the creative possibilities are endless.

In this blog post, we’re sharing the top three reasons buying bulk candy rules! Discover why buying in bulk is always a good idea, and what you can do with your candy investment.

Save 40% or more on your candy purchases

Buying your bulk candy in bulk means you can save 40% or more! When you purchase in bulk, you're purchasing candy at wholesale prices. Instead of picking up a couple of chocolate bars from the shelf in the shop, you'll receive a whole box brimming with your favourite candy! For example, at, we offer 20 American candy bars for $24. That's just $1.20 per bar! In comparison, buying individual American candy bars (online or in-person) costs $2.00 to $2.50 or more. By purchasing your candy bars in bulk, you know what you're getting and how much you're paying for it, making it easier to keep track of your candy budget and how much you're saving. Plus, many candy bars, taffy, and novelty candies have long expiry dates. Your sweet treats will last a year, if not more, so you don't have to rush to make the most out of your investment.

Reduce shipping cost

Buying your favourite candy in bulk is going to save you loads on shipping! Imagine having to spend money on shipping for every single candy bar you buy. Shipping costs can skyrocket the price of your favourite sweet snack! And no one wants that. However, if you buy in bulk, you can save 50% of the cost of your candy just by cutting out the shipping fee. After all, buying three American candy bars online costs the same as shipping twenty candy bars, and wouldn't you prefer to have more candy on hand? We know we would. Buy in bulk and stop spending unnecessary money on your candy's mileage.

Encourage candy creativity

Buying in bulk is more fun. There's no denying it! Do you have a party or event coming up? Why not create a buffet or goody bag full of your favourite American candy bars, taffy, liquorice fudge and more? It's fun for your guests and a treat for you too. And the more candy you have, the more creative you can be. Create a sweet-shop style buffet or put together loot bags for your guests to take home and indulge in after the day's adventures.

 On average, the cost per unit of American candy bars, Taffy and other novelty candy is about $1.50 or less. And popular bubble gums are about $1.00 per unit. In total, six units per bag will cost around $7.50 per loot bag. Compared to commercial prices, this is a steal for such an awesome array of candy.

 Create the sweet shop of your dreams by buying candy in bulk. Whether you’re obsessed with American candy bars, a lover of taffy, or can’t get enough bubble gum, buying in bulk means you can satisfy your sweet tooth 24/7. Only invest in the snacks you love and stock your cupboards with the items that never fail to give you a pick-me-up.

 Buying bulk candy is an investment. We all know candy is a big part of our lives, and this isn’t going to change! We’re going to continue having an American candy bar at lunch and a bit of taffy to cleanse the pallet. It’s just who we are; candy lovers! So why not save yourself money while eating your favourite confectionery? Cut shipping costs, lower your monthly candy budget and always have candy ready to eat. Buying bulk candy is a win-win.

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