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Old Time Candy: Sweet Trip In Time @oldtimecandy

Old Time Candy. Seriously lit up our day! Nothing brings back nostalgia and happy memories like candy from your childhood. Except maybe the toys, but I haven’t found a box for those yet.

Old Time Candy: Sweet Trip In Time @oldtimecandy

Old Time Candy

Old Time Candy is a candy company offering boxes, bags and tubs of your favorite candies but that doesn’t quite make them special. What makes them super special are their Decade Assortment Boxes. These things will blow your mind. Anyone’s mind.

The Decade assortments can be chosen from the the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. You can order a 2 or 4 lb box from your favorite decade or you can choose an all decades box with a selection from every decade they offer! This may be the best gift anyone could give (outside of an organ or life or something).Candy You Ate As A Kid

As an extra bit of fun, you can follow them on social media and see what silly decade stuff they post. I love the fun that they share with everyone.

 

Old Time Candy: Sweet Trip In Time @oldtimecandy

How Old Time Candy Went Above & Beyond

One of the ‘little’ things I loved when I opened my box was the invoice. I know, that sounds silly, but hear me out. On the invoice, below all of the regular shipping information and such, is a place typed with spaces that hold handwritten initials telling you who picked out your candy and who packed it! It’s easy to discern that the initials are written by different people which tells me that they are a company that truly cares about their clients and candies.

Keeping It Cool

If you live in a hot climate or are ordering during the summer months, they’ve got you covered. They will include an Ice-Brix and include instructions on how to make sure that your candy is at it’s best when you open your treats!

Ordering Your Decade Box

Old Time Candy suggests if you want to order a decade box for yourself or a loved one, order the one from the decade when you or they were around 10 years old. Since I grew up in a very rural area, I ordered the decade before I was born and, as it turned out, that was exactly what I coveted at our little community grocery store! My husband said they were exactly what he grew up on as well.

There was only one thing missing: tootsie pops. As it turns out, those were first made in 1931. The good ones never go out of style I suppose.

I suppose, from my experience, if you are ordering for someone who grew up in a rural area, the guidelines may be a little off. Of course, I think any decade would have been fabulous! It’s seriously a fantastic box of delicious goodies!

Sweet Trip To The 70's @oldtimecandyMy 70’s Candy Box

Okay, my decade box was from the 70’s. It was full, like really full, of candy from the 1970’s. So many things I didn’t realize came out in that decade. I waited to open it when my husband could join in on the fun and it was worth the long, torturous wait for sure.

What could be more fun than opening it to some of our favorite 70’s tunes? We boogied to our vinyl of Ben by Michael Jackson. There’s not a single song on that album that isn’t absolutely amazing! While these were out before we were alive, they still bring back great vibes and made opening the Old Time Candy even more fun!

Opening the box together inspired so much nostalgia and a flood of dopamine as we excitedly exchanged stories from our childhoods. It was a wonderful way to get to bond a little more and it took a rough morning and turned it completely around! The smiles and laughter that came from opening that magic little time machine was absolutely priceless.

In Conclusion

Order a decade box. Whichever one. Whether you want to explore the candies of a new decade or walk down memory lane, you can’t miss out on these fabulous boxes!

These would be great for a date night as well, pick your decade and a few films from that decade, then spend the evening going back in time. Or, skip the films and simply spend hours talking about your best childhood memories.

If that’s Not Enough

I love companies that give back, you may have figured that out by my Mission Belts review, or the review of their kids belts. So, as I was scrolling through their website (mostly because I could spend hours of happiness there), I came to a link to donate to help build wells and such in West Africa.

So far, their customers have donated enough through them to build a well in Sierra Leone. That’s not all they do though, they began this mission to help due to their own personal trip to help there. That is something I love and am truly passionate about: helping and loving others.

One More Thing

As if everything else hasn’t been enough to make this the most groovy box you’ll ever get, they also include an adorable magnet of just their little logo guy! I’m a crazy magnet keeper, so I’m totally psyched by the little bonus! Far Out, Old Time Candy, Far Out!

(See what I did there, are you laughing or eye rolling? Either way, it cracked me up)

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Old Time Candy: Sweet Trip In Time @oldtimecandy

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Hi all! My name is Kaycee. I live in Arkansas with my husband of over 15 years! We have a grown daughter, a son-in-love and 2 grandson. Just love being Nonna! We also have an angel waiting on us to join her one day, she was 11 months old when she went to Heaven. We also have two great Chihuahuas and a Great Dane, along with several fish in our koi pond. My educational background is in Psychology and Child Development but my heart is in ministry, crafts, fun, reviews and my website, My Crafty Zoo. I look forward to continuing to share my life through word and pictures with you and love hearing your feedback! Thank you for taking the time to read and allowing me to share! I look forward to reading your comments!

151 thoughts on “Old Time Candy: Sweet Trip In Time @oldtimecandy

  • Leah Shumack

    The wax bottles and dot candy are the best ones in the 90s box!! I’m an 80s baby but the 90s were definitely the best years!

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  • Shea Balentine

    I love that they have subscription boxes! Talk about mail to look forward to! =)

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  • Karen Propes

    I love their decade candy. I was amazed at home many candies I forgot about. It’s so much fun to go down memory lane looking through the candy. I would love to get some candy from when I was growing up to let my Grandkids see some of the candies from then. Funny thing is the years when I was younger and growing up cover more than one in my life, the ’50s, ’60s.

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  • Amy Smeltzer

    When I was a kid back in the 80’s, my grandparents lived by a store. My cousins and I would each get a quarter then go buy a big bag of penny candy to share.

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  • Stacey A Smith

    won one of these a few years ago and gave it to my brother for Christmas they make good gifts and bring back great memory’s.

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  • Christy Leonard

    I love how they have the Candy decade boxes. I have a hard time choosing between the 70’s & 80’s. I’m a 70’s baby but I absolutely LOVED the 80’s. The 80’s had it all, Some of the best music, movies, candy etc.. Seeing all this candy brings back so many good childhood memories

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    So many fun items. I love the Easter boxes and the Easter toys that have on their site.

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  • Vickie

    So many candies my dad loved.
    Bit O honey is one.
    Chic O sticks too.
    Boston Baked Beans.
    Love it.

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  • wen budro

    This looks like such a wonderful product. They would make awesome Christmas gifts. I would choose a 70s or 80s decade box for the nostalgia.

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  • Tamra Phelps

    This candy makes nice gifts. It reminds everyone of their childhood and makes them smile.

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  • Amber Kolb

    The candy by decade is so cool! I remember so many of them from the 1980’s when I was growing up.

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  • Kayla Klontz

    All of this candy brings back so many memories, I didn’t even know half of it was still in production!

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  • Sue G.

    It’s finally Halloween! Now I can eat all this fun candy! Happy Halloween!

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  • Tina W

    The 70s must be popular, there are so many things out of stock right now!
    Cherryheads (loved those). Candy bracelets and necklaces. Tootsie Pop Drops.
    And my favorite of all: BottleCaps (root beer are the best flavor)

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  • Carolyn D

    I love the section of candy including Big Red gum, orange slices, and caramel creams.

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  • Carolyn D

    I love the section of candy on the site including Big Red gum, orange slices, and the caramel creams.

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  • Karen Propes

    I went back and looked at the decades and was surprised at what candy came out when. I remember the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. I would love to get one of these and just sit back and enjoy all the candy you can’t find anymore. My husband is the same age as me, so it would cover both of us. I think it’s great that they offer this service. It would be fun to share with our kids what we ate when we were younger. Thanks so much for the chance.

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  • lisa king

    i like the barley pops,,they taste great and i also like the look of the black jack gum but have never had it

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  • Vickie

    10/30 entry
    I like that I can buy all our faves in bulk so their are no surprises of things we may not like.

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  • Tamra Phelps

    I’d like to just have bags full of all the childhood candies I remember, like the cherry slices and orange slices. They were so good!

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    They have a big selection of Christmas candy. I like the chocolate coal bulk bag. Make a great gag gift.

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  • Sue G.

    I am going to send something to my daughter. She would love getting all this candy!

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  • Jackie

    It’s funny how seeing some of the candy brings back memories of my childhood. My mom use to buy Chuckles and Pixy Sticks t o pack in our lunch.

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  • Michelle Tucker

    I am so glad they carry Brach’s candy that you can buy in bulk. I can’t seem to find it anywhere lately.

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  • Tamra Phelps

    This definitely brings back childhood memories. The Decade Boxes would be great birthday gifts.

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  • Sherry Fowler

    I have 80’s hair and I love 80’s music so I want to try the 80’s box! Great memories in the 80’s!

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  • Vickie

    Perfect for people who have everything. Like our parents, grands, aunts and uncles…anyone

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I remember the candy cigarettes and bubble gum cigars. I was kind of surprised to see them there because I have seen them in years.

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  • Sue G.

    This site has such fun graphics!

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  • Jennifer R

    I visited the Old Time Candy site and a popular candy from the decade I was born was the ANDES MINTS. They are still a favorite of mine.

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  • Tamra Phelps

    They have those coconut bon bons that my Grandma just loved. You could buy them at local grocery stores by the pound. My Grandpa got them for her every Christmas.

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  • vickie

    from my dads decade and he sure loved them…those boston baked beans.
    me not so much…haha

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I love that you will find over 300 different kinds of Candy you ate as a kid. This is such a cool site for the sweets lovers!

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  • Sue G.

    Only 3 more days until Halloween! Of course it’s suppose to rain all day!

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  • Elizabeth Miller

    I love all the old candies I grew up with and even more that I can order the, all in one place. The best is they even have the Zots candy that always always my favoriote.

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  • Dawn Monzu

    Wow! I just went onto their website and I didn’t know that you could make your own bag of candy! Also, I didn’t know they have “candy by occasion”. This company is so cool. I NEED to order some of their goodies. Happy Halloween everyone!

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  • Shirley Emitt

    The Wax Lips, Bonomo’s Turkish Taffy, BB Bats, Candy Cigarettes, Candy Buttons on paper tape all take me back in time.

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  • I love that you can buy things in bulk there. There is a lot of candy I miss eating.

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  • Vickie

    LOL.
    Fun.
    My sister and I love those cigarettes’ and cigars!

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  • Sue G.

    I can’t believe it’s almost Halloween!

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I had totally forgotten about banana KITS TAFFY. They carry them all!

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  • I just asked my hubby (who is 2 years younger then me) which decade he’d want – 60’s or 70’s…he chose 70’s. I lived right next door to a little store that had a HUGE candy assortment, in the 60’s…maybe I’ll get us each a different box/bag. Yum! Thanks and God bless!

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  • I love Jelly nougats. I don’t see them around too much anymore

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  • Tamra Phelps

    It would be interesting to try candies from way back when, before my time. I mean, what does the 1920’s candy, Black Cow, taste like?

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  • Jayne Townsley

    I did not realize that Old Time Candy offered more than candy. I saw Hot Fries and other savory snacks, as well.

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  • Linda Walker

    It brings back memories of going to the candy store at lunchtime in elementary school and getting my favorites of Lemonheads and dots or even pixie stixs.

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  • Laurie Nykaza

    Follow Me on GoodReads does not work

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  • Laurie Nykaza

    I love the SUBSCRIPTION BOXES such great gifts to give year round. All our old favorite candy flavors . So much fun to share with the family too.

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  • Corey Olomon

    The subscription boxes looks like a really good deal. I would pick either the 70s or 80s.

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  • Tamra Phelps

    Oh, root beer barrels! I loved those. I used to buy them in bags from those old candy fountains!

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  • Debbie P

    I love old school candy from the 70’s and 80’s and this site has got tons of candy that I love. Thanks.

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  • Bridgette

    Old time candy looks very good,I really like the chocolate candy.

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  • Sue G.

    Love the chocolate roses! That would be fun to send someone!

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  • Tamra Phelps

    I had no idea Pez was first around in the 1950’s. I didn’t realize it had been around that long.

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  • I love the 10% discount for first time buyers since ordering from one decade would be hard

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  • Sue G.

    Candy buttons on paper were a favorite candy when I was a kid. You could eat a row a day and they lasted forever!

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  • Vickie

    Who doesn’t love candy and the sweet memories of childhood.
    The perfect give or anyone that is hard to buy for or just because!
    My niece purchased for my sister and she was blown away.

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I learned they support Water Wells For Africa. Ever dollar a customer donates they match!

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  • Terra L Heck

    I love that they have candy from back in the day. Mary Janes, Atomic Fireballs and Bit-O-Honey are just some of my faves that they sell. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  • Tamra Phelps

    Going to their website is like going in to a real old candy store, with jars of candies lining the walls. It would be a kid’s dream come true… or a grownup’s!

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  • LeAnn Harbert

    All 3 of my sons would like the 90s box. They got the gummy sharks every time we went to the grocery store.

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  • Karen A.

    Checking out the 70’s, I saw the Twin Cherry Lollipops. Brought back memories of myself and my 3 best friends throughout high school. We called ourselves the Fearsome Foursome.

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  • Sue G.

    I need for Halloween to be over because every time I look at all that candy, I go into my Halloween stash and eat a piece! LOL

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  • Vikki P

    These are the candies that I grew up with and still eat. Candy cigarettes play a part in Stephen King’s new book, very ironic.

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    They have so much to choose from. I saw today they are having a sale on Halloween candy.

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  • Benjamin Kendall

    I wish I lived next door to this place! I would be a daily customer.

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  • Sarah L

    Nobody with the name “CraftyZoo” has signed up on Goodreads

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  • Tamra Phelps

    I like the idea of being able to pick out a decade and go with those candies. It’s a great gift idea

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  • I love candy! Be happy to follow you on Goodreads if you would make the link work. It doesn’t go to where we can follow.

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  • Darlene Carbajal

    I love all of the candy they have to offer! Some of my childhood faves!

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  • Sally Gearhart

    These boxes would make an awesome gift, I know I would be tickled pink! My favorite candy bar is a Zagnut but they are hard to find but they have them and in bulk!

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I think it is cool they also sell retro toys and games. Some of these I had forgotten about!

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  • Sue G.

    It feels like I gain 10 pounds every time I go looking at all that candy!

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  • Antoinette M

    I like that they have subscription boxes. The glass candy jar is my favorite!

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  • MARY M

    I remember going to the neighborhood store and trying to decide what candy I wanted from the display. At that time all the candy in the display case was one cent a piece. If a had a dime I could get 10 pieces of candy. I seldom had a dime, but sometimes I had a nickle and could get five pieces of candy.

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  • Super Duper

    I would want to get a 40’s or 50’s decade box for my mom. I’ve listened to her talk about the few sweets she was able to eat as a child (40’s) and as a teenager (50’s). I wonder if it would make her talk more about her memories from those decades. Thanks for the chance!

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  • Tamra Phelps

    Do you remember Chick-o- Sticks? I loved those back in the 70’s, when I was a kid. Old Time Candy has them!

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  • Antoinette M

    Great selection of candy…wow! The Decade Candy gift boxes are awesome!

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I really like the LUNCH BOXES WITH CANDY. I would love to own the Hello Kitty one!

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  • Sue G.

    I bought a package of candy corn and my hubby and I ate the entire bag in 3 days! Yikes! So good though!

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  • Lauren Becker

    I love this. How fun you can choose these boxes, or candy in a mug. They even have subscription boxes. 🙂

    -Lauren

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  • Rochelle Haynes

    I like the 60s decade box

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  • Tamra Phelps

    I’ve bought candy from them and it was wonderful. The candies are just as you remember them. I mean, I had no idea some of these candies were still made, but Old Time Candy had them.

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  • Karen Propes

    I loved searching through their candies. It really brought back so many memories of the 60s and ’70s. The kind of candy that we traded with friends and the candy that my Dad brought home to us when he stopped by the area store. What a great visit, I think it’s great they are offering all these candies. When I thought I would never see some of them again. I now have a place to get them and share them with my Daughter and Grandchildren.

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I remember getting those big candy canes filled with candy as a kid. Their site is so cool!

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  • paige chandler

    I love candy from my childhood. Especially candy necklaces and candy cigarettes,

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  • Sue G.

    It was fun looking through the list of candy! I saw Wacky Wafers and was so excited, but they are out of stock…. 🙁 Those were fun as a kid! Root beer flavor was my favorite!

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  • melissa wilber

    ohh this is so cool! I am glad I found this giveaway because I didn’t know about this page. I am going to save it. Love going through seeing all the old time candy from when i was a kid! and to see we can order some of it is so cool!

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  • Vicki Wurgler

    I like the candy by the decade-checked out the 60s. the lollies and fruit stripe gum were two of my favorites.

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  • Sue G.

    I wish Old Time Candy had Banana Splits in stock…..those sound awesome!

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  • Robin Abrams

    I love their decades boxes. I would love the 70’s box the best.

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  • LeAnn Harbert

    My boys would enjoy getting getting a box of the candy they are when they were little.

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  • Jennifer Hedger

    It was fun to see the candy cigarettes on their homepage. They were one of my favorites as a kid

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  • Jennifer Hedger

    It was fun to see the candy cigarettes. I loved those when I was a kid

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  • Tiffany S

    All of the decades boxes look really good. I like the 1980’s the best probably.

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  • Katrina Weiss

    I was a kid in the 80’s but I don’t think I ever had half of the eighties candies. I do remember Runts, haven’t thought of them in a long time! They were okay except for the banana ones.

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  • Heather Stokes

    Oh how I would love to win an 80’s box. Those were the days. That would totally take me back to my childhood.

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  • Kristen Joiner

    I’ve seen these types of candy boxes before and I’ve always been dissapointed that they miss out on certain candies I remember. This company seems really good and I can see a lot of my favorites growing up. 🙂

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  • jenna Tomaszewski

    I love butterfingers and while looking through the different candies of the different decades saw them in the 1920.. wow didn’t realize they had been around that long.

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  • Sue G.

    Ooh, I wish I hadn’t already bought all of my Halloween Candy! 15% sounds like a great deal!

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  • Rebecca Orr

    I have seen reviews for Old Time Candy for many years now and I still have not tried their products! But I really need to. These would make awesome Christmas gifts for some people in my family that would love to have a taste of the past! I also like that you have the option to do a subscription box if you want.

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  • Megan Parsons

    I enjoyed looking through the candy from the 80’s and 90’s. It brought back a bunch of memories.

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  • Susan Christy

    The 60’s! Those were the days!! I’d go to the dime store and buy 5 or 10 cents worth of candy after I got my allowance (can’t remember how much it was, probably a quarter!). Pixie Stix, Gold Rush Gum, Cinnamon Toothpicks, Fruit Stripe Gum were all favorites.

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  • Amber Kolb

    Oh wow, the old time candy cigarettes took me right back to my child hood! How fun!!

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  • Robin Abrams

    I love the selection of candy that they offer. Their candy brings back the good memories especially my favorite Rrazzles .

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  • Sheralle

    I really love the idea of the candy in the old tin lunchbox. My son would love to have any of the Avengers boxes full of candy!

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  • Tiffany Schmidt

    Oh my gosh, I can order in bulk to have some old timey favorites always on hand!

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  • Lauryn R

    This is an awesome website! I love that you can choose candy by decade, I think it is so cool to be able to try out different candy from other times.

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  • Mary Gardner

    They have such a big selection of candy that anyone can find things they love. I especially like the decade boxes. It’s interesting to see what candies were popular and I was really interested in the candies that were pre 1920’s.

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  • Oh, my gosh the Fruit Stripe Chewing Gum was one of my very favorites!!!!

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  • aaron r

    I was a born in the 80’s so that would have to be the decade I wanted or maybe the 70’s or 90’s it’s all so much fun.

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  • Janice Dean

    I love the wide variety of candies sold. Just like the penny candy I used to get at the corner store!

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    They have some great gift ideas! I like the chocolate roses and the candy bar bouquets!

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  • Sue G.

    This would have been a fun site to find when my daughter was getting married. We were looking for fun things for her shower.

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  • Shanna Lowder

    A big box of candy cigarettes?? Yes, please! I loved those things when I was a kid, lol!

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  • Bryan Vice

    I am an 80’s baby but i do recognize some candy. I used to get Candy Cigarettes all the time. These candy subscriptions are pretty cool

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  • jeanette h sheets

    what great memories this brings back of going to ld country store in the tennessee mountains with the glass ajrs full of all kinds of candy ,was such a treat to us kids!!love the bottlecaps

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  • Jan Lee

    We weren’t allowed much candy as kids. My grandma would give us chiclets tiny size gum when we visited but that was about the most candy we ever had. I don’t see any on this page for old time candy though. I remember some of the Old Time Candy that they have advertised but haven’t had much of it.

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  • Anastasia

    They have so many great and delicious candies to choose from. It’s fun to just browse through them all and see things I haven’t had in a long time. Like Big Cherry! Those were such a great treat when I was a kid 🙂

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  • samantha

    I remember candy cigarettes and candy buttons. The decades box is pretty awesome. I would be happy getting a classic box from each decade! That would make my year !

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  • Jessica S

    Its so cool to see all the different candy. I would love to try some from each decade I havent tried before.

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  • Colleenmarie82

    It looks like a fun subscription box. I also like that you can get these as corporate gifts- a great idea for the holidays.

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  • Dana Rodriguez

    I like how you can get candy in a glass candy jar. I remember those from when I was a little girl!

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  • Sue G.

    OMG! I did not realize that OldTime Candy is only 45 minutes from where I live! I can’t tell if you they have a store you can physically go to, but that would be a blast!

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  • Ann Fantom

    Wow, the Old Time Candy website brings back some old memories! My favorite candy as a kid were Swedish Fish.

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  • athena j graeme

    I absolutely love this stuff! I used to love candy cigarettes and wax lips and the bubble gum chew! I know it was terrible, but it was so much fun!

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  • Renee Rousseau

    I found lots of great gift ideas such as the Movie Night Gift Bucket. Great gifts for birthdays and the Holidays to celebrate the nostalgia of candy comfort memories.

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  • Renee Rousseau

    I found lots of great gift ideas such as the Movie Night Gift Bucket, perfect for birthdays and Holidays to celebrate the nostalgia of fun comfort candies.

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  • Pauline Milner

    There are several Decade Boxes that I will be giving for Christmas presents this year. This is a unique gift that I know people will love. Thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity!

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  • Nothing beats good ol’ candy! I love bit o honey and mollo-cups! So yummy!

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  • Vicky D

    So fun to see all the different candies from when I was little! Love the super long red licorice ropes!

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  • stacey mccrary

    Ican tell you one thing. I spent way too much time in that candy store. Went back through the decades of candy!! Have to admit even though i was born in the 70’s I can remember Black Cows and the taffy suckers.

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  • Holly Thomas

    I had so much fun browsing all the candy, Razzles were my favorite!

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  • Lori Thomas

    I like that you get 10% off your first order. I love cow tails and turkish taffy.

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  • Lisa Williams

    The retro candy brings back so many memories,I didn’t even think some of the candy was even around anymore but I’m glad to see it still is!

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  • Heather K

    Old Time Candy has some things I haven’t thought about in years like Wacky Wafers, Whistle Pops, and Bottle Caps. Really brings me back to childhood Halloweens.

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  • missy ellis

    awesome giveaway, i checked the website, alot of candy

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  • They have a variety of old candy favorites. I never ever smoked but always liked the candy cigarettes.

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  • crystal mccord

    I decided to search up the 90’s decade box and I love the candy selections they offer. The top two are the dots and even wax bottles.

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    • J Lewis

      My family of six would enjoy this very much! We love candy!

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  • Tami Vollenweider

    What a neat place to shop at!! I love the idea of getting a bag of candy as a gift and getting to pick the kinds I want! Makes you almost feel like your in a real store!!

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  • Susan Smith

    This is a great to get my favorite candy that I can’t get in the store anymore. This would make a great gift for my husband who has a sweet tooth.

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  • Sarah L

    I grew up in the 50’s so I like: You’ve just crossed over into, the 1950’s. A time when space became the new frontier, TV showed us the world, music gave birth to rock n’ roll and Pez got ahead with its new dispensers.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  • My husband and I would have so much fun with a candy box! I remember saving my nickels and dimes to buy candy at the drugstore downtown.

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  • That was a fun trip down memory lane seeing candies that I remember enjoying when I was growing up like Chuckles (those remind me of my grandmother who often had them in her house) and Chunky, Fun Dips and Turkish Taffy.

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  • Kristen

    I remember as a kid I really liked Bottlecaps and Giant Sweet Tarts and Root Beer Barrels.

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  • Oh my goodness, there are so many tempting things there. Frooties will always be one of my weaknesses.

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  • Darlene Owen

    I love the old time candies that I grew up with in the 60’s. Bonus 10% discount on first order.

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  • Ken Ohl

    Jaw Breakers with the gum centers used to love these would love to bite into one of these again make me feel like a kid again

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  • Mary Cloud

    They have a big selection of candy there. I see they have Cry Baby candies. Those were one of my favorites when I was younger.

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  • I can’t wait to try an 80’s box! What an awesome concept! Take me back to the day! LOL

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