Amazon is having a massive sale on Halloween chocolate right now

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Celebrate Halloween with savings on your favourite candy (Image via Getty Images)
Celebrate Halloween with savings on your favourite candy (Image via Getty Images)

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The Halloween season is upon us, and aside from the creative costumes and spooky decorations, there's one thing that makes this time of year so sweet: the candy. 

Whether you have little ones at home, looking to stock up for trick-or-treaters or simply seeking to indulge your sweet tooth, you might want to head over to Amazon's Halloween candy shop. 

The online retailer is currently offering a selection of Nestlé chocolate favourites along with the chance to save 20 per cent on a 50 pack of mini chocolate bars

The assorted pack includes crowd-pleasing picks like KitKat, Aero, Smarties and Coffee Crisp, all individually wrapped and prepared in a peanut-free facility. 

Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolate and Candy (50 pack)

Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolates and Candy - Amazon.
Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolates and Candy - Amazon.

$8 $10 at Amazon

In addition to Halloween savings, Nestlé's announced the return of their Red Pumpkin Project. The Canada-wide initiative helps encourage families to celebrate Halloween as safely as possible. Nestlé has compiled tips and tricks for trick-or-treaters and anyone handing out candy to help prevent the spread of COVID. 

The Red Pumpkin Project encourages trick-or-treaters to wear a red pumpkin on their costume as a sign that they're taking steps to stay safe this Halloween in addition to wearing a face mask and practicing social distancing. 

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Anyone handing out candy is also encouraged to display a red pumpkin on their door to let parents and trick-or-treaters know that they're also taking measures to be safe this Halloween. Wearing a face mask, setting up a table to help increase distance between themselves and children and using tongs to hand out candy are listed as extra steps people can take to stay safe this year. 

Even though Canada has made progress in the months since Halloween 2020, some families are opting to sit out of trick-or-treating once again. 

The Red Pumpkin Project offers creative ways to celebrate Halloween safely at home, including a monster movie night, scavenger hunts and a list of creative ways to turn Nestlé's chocolate treats into Halloween-themed desserts. 

Regardless of how you'll be celebrating, if you're looking to stock up on tasty treats, we've rounded up some additional favourites below. 

Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolate and Candy (100 pack)

Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolate and Candy (100 pack)
Nestlé Mini Assorted Chocolate and Candy (100 pack)

From $20 at Amazon

Nestlé Coffee Crisp (30 pack)

Nestlé Coffee Crisp (30 pack) - Amazon
Nestlé Coffee Crisp (30 pack) - Amazon

$6 at Amazon

Nestlé Smarties Halloween Candy (30 pack)

Nestlé Smarties Halloween Candy (30 pack) - Amazon
Nestlé Smarties Halloween Candy (30 pack) - Amazon

$15 at Amazon

Nestlé Mini Halloween Assorted Chocolate and Candy (30 pack)

Nestlé Mini Halloween Assorted Chocolate and Candy (30 pack)- Amazon
Nestlé Mini Halloween Assorted Chocolate and Candy (30 pack)- Amazon

$8 at Amazon

Nestlé Favourites Multipack Full Size (14 pack)

Nestlé Favorites Multipack (Full Size) - Amazon
Nestlé Favorites Multipack (Full Size) - Amazon

$11 at Amazon

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