Did you know that there’s many companies and organizations that will buy back your Halloween Candy so it won’t be around the house causing temptation and calories. Thank goodness. Here’s a few options in the Greater Boston area where you can get Halloween candy out of eyesight:
Magic Beans Halloween Candy Buyback: Friday, November 1-3, 2013 at all Magic Beans store locations. Trade that junk food for something more wholesome. One or more pounds of candy will get you 20% off toys purchases that day too. Candy turned in will be donated to a local food pantry and military support groups in the Greater Boston area.
2013 Candy Buyback Event: Saturday, November 2, 2013 in Framingham. Head west to donate your Halloween candy to Framingham dentists, meet the tooth fairy, grab a goodie bag, and try to win an iPad mini!
There’s also a website entirely dedicated to helping you find a Halloween Buyback program near you: Halloweencandybuyback.com. There’s roughly 10-15 participating dentists within 20 miles of Boston helping to buyback that Halloween candy! Pretty cool!
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