Sunday, 26 January 2014

Old Time Candy

Good old times!

Do you remember when as a kid, you got some very tasty and delicious candies from your grandparents? Or you got a few cents that you could spend in the candy store and you felt like the luckiest kid on Earth?

Old Time Candy Company

 Do you remember that colorful store full of candies, toys and you could pick anything you wished for, that day?
Wouldn't you like to feel like that again?

Lollipops & Suckers
Old Time Candy
Old Time Candy is the online candy store offers old-fashioned candy from the 1950 to the 1980s! Yes, you CAN basically find all your favourite yummies from your childhood on their repertoire!

Their story started back in 1999 and they are growing ever since. Their mission is to bring back the good old times and to recall the peaceful and happy memories with their toys and candies.
 Old Time Candy also carry party favors, gift boxes and jars, to recall the memories from those wonderful times. At Old Time Candy, you can choose from a wide selection of candy, you ate as a kid. Whether buying in bulk, packing their own retro candy assortment in a Pack-a-Bag, or choosing a Decade Box stuffed with candy from your favorite era. 
Bulk Candy, Hershey's, Cotton Candy, Tootsie, Peanut Bar and the list goes on and on.
Toys, like: Slinky, Slinky Dog, Wooden Jacobs Ladder or Gyroscope. Isn't it awesome? :)
Those were some awesome toys and we all enjoyed the Tic-Tac-Toe or the prediction of the Magic 8 Ball.

Visit the Old Time Candy store by clicking here and spoil yourself with some delicious memories.

Oh and with Valentine’s Day approaching, Old Time Candy is offering 10% site-wide savings now through the end of February!
For a limited time only, save 10% off your entire candy purchase.
Send Your Valentine Vintage Candy from! Save 10% on All Orders until Feb. 28th! Use code VALENTINE10.

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1 comment:

  1. I walked down their candy aisle and it was such a lovely trip down memory lane, seeing all those candies I ate when I was little! Thanks for sharing this!