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If they were available in dark chocolate I'd be all over this deal. I found the dark chocolate peanut butter cups a while back and now the regular ones are just bland. Tragically my favorite grocery store then stopped carrying the dark chocolate cups and now I have to do my grocery shopping from one chain and then pick up my peanut butter cups at the other one.

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@lparsons42: Here are your Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, and don't forget the code HERSHEYSAVE: http://www.hersheysstore.com//product/7734?cid=50925

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Oh my, I'm trying to LOSE weight. "I know nothink, I see nothink,..." (Hogan's Heroes reference if I lost you).

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@thebopster: Thanks, I think. I can actually resist chocolate pretty well, but put a couple pounds of Reese's PB cups in my place, and they might be gone by the end of the day (one of my big weaknesses--that, and Snickers). My reward for keeping them out of my place is to enjoy them when I go out to eat, like a PB cup ice cream dessert or if someone is serving PB cups as a snack.

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These are $10 at Target all the time and that's the regular price.

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Just saw them at wallyworld for less than $10

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@discodiscoman: I have seen them at Target for that price too.

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I just bought them at CVS for $8. They aren't really as big as you might expect. Still tasty though.

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I gather then from everyone above that this is a typical company retail price discounted to look good, when other prices are better elsewhere (I don't go to any of the stores above, so it's good to know the prices).

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They are at Sears too, for $10

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I bought one of these at the air force commissary near me. Then I ate one. They are absolutely disgusting, and covered with oil.

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I work at a grocery store, and we sell these. I was looking at them one day.

Each Cup is 1150 calories. That means eating both is a WHOLE DAY'S WORTH OF CALORIES.

What has Science done?

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How is the peanut butter to chocolate ratio in these?

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soooo, you can get them here for 17.60 ( with shipping included) or pay 10.00 at target or 8 at cvs.

this is a tough decision

I think its better to buy the smaller ones. If I bought this big deal, I would feel I had to finish 1 cup if I started on it. The smaller ones are easier to have as a desert size.

"I bought one of these at the air force commissary near me. Then I ate one. They are absolutely disgusting, and covered with oil." -reishvedaur

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If you are what you eat, I'm at least 50% Resse's Peanut Butter Cup.

So take it from me: Don't buy these if you're actually planning on eating them.

As an earlier post said, these things dripping in oil when you unwrap them. The outside chocolate is half a centimeter to a centimeter thick. The peanut butter is about an inch think, and unlike a small rpbc is sickeningly oily.

There's no real way to eat this this thing either. We tried cutting it like a pie and it just broke apart. So you get plops of oily nut butter and hunks of chocolate. (yeah, mental image time)

Remember the old ads about dipping a chocolate bar into a jar of peanut butter? Beats this thing hands down. 8 of us didn't eat even half of one and we chucked the rest in the trash.

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@xochiluvr: THAT will help me in not buying it. I'll stick with the smaller size, thank you.

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@lparsons42: It's all your fault. You didn't buy enough of them. Next time you see something you like, remember one word: HOARD !!!!!

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Elvis Reese’s Peanut Butter and Banana Cup

Music may be called ear candy at times, but it really doesn’t intersect with candy much. I’m not sure why, they’re easy to enjoy together, though candy always won out for my spending money as a kid. (I owned very little music as a teen, the only singles I remember buying were Blondie’s Call Me & John Lennon’s Starting Over, instead I just listened to whatever albums were in the house, hence my love of the Beatles and The Who.)

http://www.candyblog.net/blog/item/elvis_reeses_peanut_butter_and_banana_cup/ ...

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And this is why other countries hate us. At least we have good comfort food to take away the pain.

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As mentioned above, all the local drugstores and big-box stores carry these for about $9.99. Target also offers a giant Hershey Bar and a huge hollow chocolate in the shape of a Tootsie Roll, filled with -you guessed it-LITTLE tootsie rolls.

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Its really easy to make these at home that taste a heck of a lot better. Just go to your favorite local candy shop, get their melting chips (milk or dark chocolate) then take some peanut butter corn syrup and sugar mix those three and then shape the mixture, freeze it, then dunk them into the melted chocolate. Tastes much much better!

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It's worth buying them just to see the look on the kids' faces when they pull these bad boys out of their stockings.

Having said that, we usually end up tossing most of it in the trash. 8 oz peanut butter cups are just way over the top.

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LOl to the tootsie roll lovers you can make your own at home CHEAP-look up chocolate fondant recipe in your search engine-no fat in them at least unlike the PNB cups

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@panthiest: I had the exact same question. I always wonder what the ratio is because it is never as good if there is too much peanut butter and not enough chocolate. Once the cup gets too big keeping the ratio ideal is probably impossible.

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shipping cost $6.95....F that