dealsnostalgic retro candy tins for $19.99 + $7.99…

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Pricey, even w/the coupon. Shipping? Very pricey. :-(

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The 1950's Candy Gift Tin Includes: Black Licorice, Candy Buttons, Candy Necklace, Candy Stix, Chico Stick, Chuckles, Gobstopper, Gold Mine Bubble Gum, Laffy Taffy, Lemonhead, Longboys Coconut, Mary Jane, Mike Ike, Moon Pie, Necco, Necco Skybar, Root Beer Float, Smarties, Teaberry, Tootsie Pop, Tootsie Roll, Turkish Taffy, Wax Nips, and Zagnut Bar.

The 1960's Candy Gift Tin Includes: Boston Baked Beans, Bubble Gum Cigars, Candy Buttons, Candy Cigarets, Charleston Chew, Cherry Heads, Chuckles, Clark Bars, Gold Mine Bubble Gum, Jaw Buster, Laffy Taffy, Lemon Heads, Mike and Ikes, Necco Wafers, Pixy Stix, Razzles, Rock Candy, Squirell Nut zipper, Sugar Daddy, Turkish Taffy.

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The 1970's Gift Tin Includes: Abba Zaba, Atomic Fireball, Bazooka Bubble Gum, Bit O Honey, Boston Baked Beans, Bubble Gum Cigarettes, Candy Necklace, Charms Blow Pop, Chewy Giant Sweetarts, Chuckles Jelly Candy, Clark Bar, Fun Dip, Gold Mine Bubble Gum, Hot Tamales, Jaw Buster, Jolly Rancher Sticks, Laffy Taffy, Lemon Heads, Necco Wafers, Pixy Stix, Pop Rocks, Razzles, Smarties, Sweet and Sour Pops, Tootsie Roll, and Wax Lips.

The 1980's Candy Gift Box Includes: Atomic Fireballs, Bazooka Bubble Gum, Candy Necklace, Charleston Chew Chocolate, Charms Blow Pops, Cry Baby Bubble Gum, Fun Dip, Gobstoppers, Grape Heads, Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape, Jolly Ranchers, Laffy Taffy, Lemon Heads, Mamba, Mike and Ikes, Nerds, Now and Later, Pixy Stix, Pop Rocks, Razzles, Red Hots, Ring Pops, Saf-T-Pops, Slap Stix, Sugar Daddy, Wax Fangs, and Whatchamacallit Bar.

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Excellent, no 90's gift tin. They are letting me be young for a little bit longer...

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so basically, a bunch of candy from the dollar tree. coooooooool

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Wonder how much of this candy is made in China?

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You can still buy a lot of this candy in stores today, especially in places that either specialize in candy or have a big candy department. I can get a lot of it at the local grocery store that has a specialty candy section. You can make up your own gift and personilze it more for less money and no shipping.

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@donslin: Yes you can. I got one of these as a gift a few years ago. Probably a different company, but the same concept regardless. It was ok, but all the candy wrappers were from candy today! The great thing about the retro candy is the retro candy WRAPPERS! It's not the same with modern wrappers.

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You better be careful shipping Candy Cigarettes in the US.

Elections have consequences.

http://www.rttnews.com/1343406/candy-cigarettes-officially-banned-by-fda.aspx

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This deal makes me happy I live near the B. A. Sweetie Candy Co (:

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Hmm the 1970's version has "wax lips" while the 1950's pack has "wax nips" And here I thought things were so much more innocent and pure in the 50's as compared to the "sexy 70's".