Friday, January 31, 2014

Sweet Childhood Memories - Old Time Candy Discount

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Are you looking for special Valentine sweet for your significant other, friend or child? Then I highly suggest checking out Old Time Candy. They have some really great old-fashioned candy from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s. You can purchase candy in bulk, create a Pack-a-Bag assortment or choose one of their Decade Boxes stuff with candy from your favorite era. They also have some really cool party favors, gift boxes, retro toys/ games you played with as a child (like slinkies, balsa planes, pick-up sticks), lunch boxes and more. The website is really easy to navigate and the prices are very reasonable. They even have a section where they list just the candy that is made in the USA!

Candy you ate as a kid®

Can you believe that this candy is still around after all these years? Do you still remember all the candies you ate as child? What was your favorite?

Candy you ate as a kid®

One of my fondest childhood memories was walking to our local corner grocery store in Lancaster, PA. The name of the store was Joanne's. I used to visit the store at least once a day sometimes more (I often visited before and after school). The coolest thing about this store was the penny, 5 cent and 10 cent candy. You could fill up a brown paper bag of assorted candy for a couple dollars. Do you remember Bananaramas, Chupa Chups, Cow Tales, Cry Babies and Nerds. Can you tell what era I grew up in? Yes I'm a child of the 80's. Chupa Chups also bring back memories of my Grandmother. She bought me all of the Chupa Chups tin milk pails. Boy did I love those lollipops. I haven't seen them in years and am so happy that I finally found a place that sells them so I can share them with my kids. 

So why not get your Valentine candy that will bring back special childhood memories.Through February 28th you can get 10% off at Old Time Candy with code VALENTINE10!

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