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Howl-o-Ween Hop Giveaway

Happy October!  

We are just days away from Halloween and to celebrating I am participating in the Howl-o-Ween Hop!  This is the 3rd year I have participated and by far it's one of my favorites.  

This year I am hosting a giveaway of a $10 Walmart eGift card.  Why Walmart? Well, Walmart is my fave place to shop for Halloween candy before AND after Halloween. 

I stock up on Reese's Peanut Butter Cups like there's no tomorrow.  What about you? 


What's your favorite candy?
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Comments

Elena said…
I love the Reese's cups
Janet W. said…
Snickers are my favorite Halloween candy!
Kristen said…
I like Baby Ruth.
Calvin F. said…
Always been a fan of fuzzy peach and sour patch kids
monique s said…
I like the fun size snicker bars
I have to go with Almond Joy on this one... at least, for now. I love lots of candy, but that's the one I've been getting the most recently :)
imbigwillie said…
I like candy corn.
Melissa said…
twix candy bars are my favorite.
Rachel Griesmer said…
I like butterfingers.
I love to have candy corn on Halloween!
Emmah said…
The pumpkin candy corn!
kellyr78 said…
Reese's pumpkins are my favorite
Mami2jcn said…
I like tootsie rolls.
Cali W. said…
Hershey bars. :)
HS said…
I like candy corn.
Tiffani P. said…
My favorite Halloween candy is cherry tootsie rolls.
Randi Sampson said…
I love almond joys!
Dan Dykstra said…
Kit cat or snickers
Alexandra Y said…
My favorite Halloween candy is sweet tarts.
Kim Avery said…
I love the Hershey Minitures candy!
Margaret said…
Never seen a chocolate bar I didnt like but Snickers are my faves!
Darlene said…
Snicker bars are my favorite candy

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