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I am a sale/coupon person and will not pay more than 16 cents an oz. on chocolate.

Curious as to what other people are willing to pay.
 

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i buy full bars from costco , with coupon its 10$ for 30 bars = 33C each about 2oz per bar so 16 & 1/2c per oz .. LoL.. never thought about it in a per oz way.

that reminds me I have to go back.. I use to go to 99C store when it was 3 for 99c but now its 2 for 99c BOOOO,, and not the good scary boo
 
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If the chocolate is made by Palmer's AND fudge- filled; I'm willing to give up my second born child for it. LOL Ok, I only have 1 child, but it really is good. :)
 

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I am a sale/coupon person and will not pay more than 16 cents an oz. on chocolate.

Curious as to what other people are willing to pay.
I try to get it from 16 to 19 cents per ounce. I saw some chocolate today at sams for .14 an ounce. I think it was a nestle mix.
 

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I buy specialty chocolate made locally by a candy store called The Chocolate Bar. They have a sister store called Candylicious, and I get candy from them as well. This is just for the party stuff - not for mass distribution for TOTs. It is expensive, but worth it - I get half sized white, milk and dark chocolate skulls, miniature mummies, etc... all heavenly.

I generally don't look at exactly how much I spend on the TOT chocolate/candy - I'll compare the prices in-store to see which one has the most ounces per bag for the price, but I'm not sure just exactly HOW much per ounce I'm paying. ;)
 

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Just bought some Nestle brand chocolate (crunch and butterfinger) this morning on Amazon.com for about 13 cents an ounce. The are running a special- 15.00 off 39.00 purchase. I also got free shipping! Can't beat that!
 

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That's a interresting point, i've never broken down Halloween tot chocolate by the ounce before, I just usually grab whats on sale.
 

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My local rite-aid had buy-one-get-one-free on full size candy bars last week with no limit. It works out to about 20 cents an ounce or 44 cents a bar. That's actually quite a good price, especially since you can pick whichever ones you want, including many that are never sold in a multi-pack (including Milky Way Dark, my personal favorite). For comparison, full sized (1.8-2.2 oz) bars are normally 88 cents each individually just about everywhere, and between 48 and 62 cents each (even at costco), in multi-packs. My wife questioned whether the box of 30 Milky Way Darks were for me or for the Tot'ers...I answered her by pulling out a box of 30 butterfingers (her favorite).

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Chocolate is one of the things I don't skimp on for my personal supply. I buy Lindt bars generally just under 2.00 a bar. On a lessor quality I won't get less than Dove.

I'm not so much into sweets so I'll take fresh fruit over them any day except for the occasional chocolate.
 

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I buy specialty chocolate made locally by a candy store called The Chocolate Bar. They have a sister store called Candylicious, and I get candy from them as well. This is just for the party stuff - not for mass distribution for TOTs. It is expensive, but worth it - I get half sized white, milk and dark chocolate skulls, miniature mummies, etc... all heavenly.

I generally don't look at exactly how much I spend on the TOT chocolate/candy - I'll compare the prices in-store to see which one has the most ounces per bag for the price, but I'm not sure just exactly HOW much per ounce I'm paying. ;)
Is one of those a Czhec cholcolatier? A friend of mine in Houston brought me his and they were increadible!
 
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