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Candy Club delivers delight in every box - and lets you choose your own adventure as the only retailer in our review that allows customers to select individual candies they prefer for each box. Candy Club's track record for customer satisfaction is excellent, including a generous refund/return policy. Candy Club is our top pick for your monthly sweets delivery.
Made by hand in small batches at a brick-and-mortar location in Montana, the candies in Sweet Palace's Candy of the Month Club range from salt water taffy to chocolates. Although the monthly subscription is a little on the expensive side - just under $22 for one pound of candy - you may like being able to see in advance exactly what you're getting each month.
You may be familiar with Dylan's Candy bar, with retail locations around the US and its original location in New York. Dylan's Candy Club has two options: Signature sweets and a chocolate-only collection. The packaging is cute and definitely delivers a fun experience, but the price is a little high for what you receive.
Sunshine Candy offers attractive, colorful packages with 2-3 pounds of mostly traditional candies, like peach gummy rings and Jolly Ranchers. Unfortunately, most of the candy they send is less expensive to find locally, and with no customer satisfaction policy you may be out of luck if you need a refund on one of their prepaid subscriptions.
While the international sweets featured on the Bocandy site are excellent, you're not likely to have a very tasty experience with their Candy Clubs. The site appears to be outdated, all of Bocandy's social media links are broken, and you'll get no refund for any prepaid months if you cancel.
There's a reason why we see candy everywhere we look - it's delicious! From the checkout lane at the grocery store to the dish in the reception area at the doctor's office, candy gets our attention and gives us a quick treat even when we're on the go.
Candy Clubs are a fun way to get tasty treats delivered to your doorstep, especially if you're a fan of trying new candies and don't have the time to shop all over town to find something novel. And, nothing compares with a monthly Candy Club subscription box for your gift-giving needs.
Gummies, hard candies, chocolates and international snacks are just a few of the candies that your gift recipient might see in a candy box, bringing them joy over the course of a few months or a year, depending on the length of the subscription you choose. That's a much "sweeter" gift than flowers that will die in a week or an engraved pen that will eventually get lost in a desk drawer.
Of course, not all candy clubs are created equal. You'll want to carefully consider the features of each club as you decide which one is right for you. A few of the most important aspects of candy club memberships include the following:
TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Candy Clubs available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best candy club membership to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Candy Clubs In The News
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Published: Thu, 16 Aug 2018 14:41:00 GMT
But local chains such as Graul's and Eddie's say they plan to wait until after Labor Day to put up their displays of orange-packaged candy corn and ghoulish fun-size bars. "We traditionally wait a lit...
Published: Fri, 17 Aug 2018 03:34:00 GMT
"Look at it this way: When you go to the bodega to buy a gallon of milk with your 5-year-old and your 5-year-old is staring at a package of blueberry blunt wraps that are packaged like a candy bar, ho...
Published: Wed, 15 Aug 2018 06:16:00 GMT
KKK suspected of using candy bars to recruit children It appears the Ku Klux Klan is using candy bars to recruit children in Upstate New York. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story. Check out this sto...
Published: Tue, 07 Aug 2018 08:37:00 GMT
PITTSBURGH, PA - This news should make for a happy Halloween around Pittsburgh: It appears that a buyer has been found for the Clark bar, the iconic candy bar that has it roots in the Steel City. Unio...
Published: Wed, 15 Aug 2018 05:00:00 GMT
I also had a granola bar that day, so, sure, I went over 20 grams of sugar that ... (Photo: Special to Detroit News) 14. Candy corn is the worst candy in human history. Anyone that says they like it i...
Published: Wed, 15 Aug 2018 10:20:00 GMT
Even with a hammer, the candy is hard to break apart, as you must invariably do after receiving a bar. At that point, though, the lemon or peppermint candy melts in your mouth. The manufacturing proce...
Published: Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:07:00 GMT
New England Confectionery Co., or Necco, has gotten its assets scooped up by an unnamed buyer that intends to sell some of its storied candy brands, including Clark Bars and Mighty Malts Malted Milk B...
Published: Mon, 13 Aug 2018 00:38:00 GMT
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