Alright, kids (and, you know, grown-ups who are still kids at heart), listen up: Reese’s has a surprise in store for you this Halloween and it is a good one.
On Wednesday, there will be an actual Reese’s vending machine in this world. Why?, you ask. “According to a recent survey commissioned by Reese’s,” the company told Delish, “90 percent of Americans say that they have traded or wish they could have traded their unwanted candy on Halloween. Not only that, but four out of five Americans either have traded or would like to trade candy they didn’t like for a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.”
Et voila: a Reese’s candy exchange vending machine. Though it actually debuted this past weekend at the Tarrytown Annual Halloween Parade, it’s making its way to NYC on Halloween and will be stationed on 5th Avenue between Washington Square North and East 8th Street. Head there between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. if you want to make your candy swaps.
Reese’s says that between Tarrytown and Manhattan, “Reese’s is exchanging up to 10,000 cups” and that if you’re a Reese’s lover, it’s strongly advised you get there early.
…Because what sadness it would be to have collected a bunch of gross crap, saved it all up in hopes of turning it into something beautiful, and being brutally rebuffed by a big brown and orange machine telling you to GO HOME, YOU’RE TOO LATE.
Yeah. Better get there early.
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