Candy Club Reviews

Published on December 21, 2020
Last modified on June 15, 2021

This Candy Club reviews post contains affiliate links and we were given a sample. We may be compensated if you make a purchase.  All opinions are our own.

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By Lauren Oats

Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN

Candy Club

Candy Club finds, curates, and delivers the world’s best candies to your door. Through partnerships with small artisan candy makers and famed candy producers, they bring you an amazing variety of exceptional candies. SHOP NOW >>

What We Like

  • We loved the cute, streamlined packaging! I was expecting a bunch of candy thrown into a box with some tissue paper, we were happily surprised by the cute individual coordinating containers.
  • Each individual container was sealed with tape so we knew they were fresh- And I could tell when my kids opened a container!
  • The selection of candy was great! Something chocolate, gummy, sweet, and sour- everyone in our house picked a favorite! And it all coordinated in color- I actually saved some of the gummies to use on my gingerbread house because they were so pretty.
  • Can subscribe or order a la carte

What We Don’t Like

  • Shipping is not included on all orders
  • If you were sending this as a surprise gift, it does come in packaging that is clearly marked “CANDY CLUB”
  • We wish that you could “Build Your Own Box” and select your candy

Candy Club Reviews

For our Candy Clubs reviews, we received the “Fun” size Winter Delight gift box that included mainly “Sweets” (vs Sours).  We received 6 – 6 oz candy containers filled with Chocolate Covered PB Pretzels, Confetti Drops, Blue Raspberry Puffs, Cotton Candy Sour Belts, Jelly Pretzels, and Watermelon Taffy. SHOP NOW >>

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This box is available to Gift starting at $29.99.  All of the candy-lovers in your life will jump for joy when they open this beautiful box full of tasty candies.  SHOP NOW >>

Chocolate Covered PB Pretzels

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Individual pretzels are filled with Peanutbutter and enrobed with chocolate.  These were a house favorite and the first thing to disappear! Peanut Butter and chocolate got a salty, crunchy, makeover and it’s fabulous! SHOP NOW >>

Confetti Drops

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Sweet gummy drops are covered in a rainbow of mini nonpareils.  Crunchy on the outside and a light blueberry flavor gummy on the inside. I actually saved a few to use on my gingerbread house because they were so pretty! SHOP NOW >>

Blue Raspberry Puffs

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Part marshmallow, part gummy with a raspberry cream flavor.Unique taste and texture. They were a beautiful blue color topped with glittering sugar. They tasted like little puffs of raspberry cotton candy. SHOP NOW >>

Cotton Candy Sour Belts

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Sour Cotton Candy Flavored RibbonTrue to its name, the candy was definitely sour cotton candy.  The ribbons of pink and blue dusted with sour sugar were beautiful. SHOP NOW >>

Jelly Pretzels

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Pretzel Shaped Raspberry Gummies.  These were my favorite. They were the right gummy consistency without being too chewy. And the flavor was great- not too sour or overly sweet! I’d buy these by the pound!  SHOP NOW >>

Watermelon Taffy

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Soft and chewy watermelon flavored taffy.  The cutest thing about this taffy was the design- each taffy looked like a slice of watermelon, right down to a few speckled seeds! The taffy wasn’t too sticky and the flavor reminded me of summers by the beach.

Candy Club Reviews: Subscription, A La Carte, and Gifts

With Candy Club you have three buying options, you can subscribe to receive your monthly sugar-fix, you can purchase as a gift for yourself or someone else, or you can buy a la carte.  More on these options below. SHOP NOW >>

Candy Club Reviews: Subscription
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With a Candy Club subscription, you will receive a thoughtfully curated selection of fresh, high-quality candies including vintage favorites and popular new treats.

Choose from a month-to-month Fun Box (six, small candy cups) for $39.99/month + shipping or a Party Box (six, large candy cups) for $49.99/month + shipping.

Free shipping on your first box, then $9.99 for standard shipping (5-7 days) or $19.99 for Priority shipping (2-4 days) after that.  Your plan will automatically renew each month and you can cancel any time.

Candy Club is currently available for delivery within the contiguous United States. SHOP NOW >>

Candy Club Reviews: Shop A La Carte

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You can also shop candy cups a la carte.  Cups start at $8 for 7 oz of candy and $10 for 11 oz.  Gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO options are available.   SHOP NOW >>

Candy Club Reviews: Bottom Line

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Our entire family loved the candy club box! Each of us found a different new favorite candy. We loved that each candy came in its own individual resealable container, so we could eat a few and then seal them up for later.

The boxes are comparable in price to other candy subscriptions, and with the beautiful packaging, I could see giving these as a “just because” gift or ordering a large sample box to make movie night extra special.  Our only complaint is that shipping is not included on all boxes after your first month and this could really add up.

My teenager even asked if we could order a box for her next sleepover- we’ll definitely be doing that as soon as we can. We had a great time with our Candy Club box and would definitely recommend it to others! SHOP NOW >>

Enjoy!

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This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
rebecca-housh-ms-rdn-ldn-registered-dietitianRebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.

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