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I had to find some good candies for a special event, so I did some research. Here are the best prices per ounce currently available on Amazon. ranging from .22/ounce and nothing over .35/ounce.
Here's the list ranging from lowest to highest. I understand several may not be at thier lowest prices in history, but if you are in need for such for a special event/occasion, it's a good current list to check that may fit your needs for now on main brands and candy.

ROLO Gluten Free Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate, Individually Wrapped Candy, 40 Ounce Bag $8.98 (.22/ounce) "Add-On Item" DEAD
https://www.amazon.com/Gluten-Car...FNAE6S4FPT

HERSHEY'S Chocolate Candy Bar Assortment, Miniatures (Hershey's, Krackel, Mr Goodbar, Special Dark), 40 Ounce Bulk Candy $8.98 (.23/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/HERSHEYS-C...8Z8GP08DK0

REESE'S Peanut Butter Cups, Chocolate Candy, Miniatures, 40 Ounce Bulk Candy $9.44 (.24/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/REESES-Pea...8Z8GP08DK0

HERSHEY'S Kisses Chocolate Candy, 40 Ounce Bulk Candy $9.44 (.24/once) - Now $9.99
https://www.amazon.com/HERSHEYS-K...08DK0&th=1

KIT KAT Assorted Chocolate Candy Bars (White, Milk, Dark), Snack Size, 36 Ounce $8.98 ).25/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/Assorted-C...8Z8GP08DK0

REESE'S Peanut Butter Cups, Assorted Chocolate Candy (White, Dark, Milk) 36 Ounce Bulk Candy $8.98 (.25/ounce) "Add-On Item"
https://www.amazon.com/REESES-Pea...FNAE6S4FPT

SNICKERS Minis Size Chocolate Candy Bars 40-Ounce Bag $9.94 (.25/ounce) "Add-On Item"
https://www.amazon.com/SNICKERS-M...S4FPT&th=1

SNICKERS Variety Mix Fun Size Chocolate Candy Bars 35.09-Ounce Bag $9.14 (.26/ounce) "Add-On Item"
https://www.amazon.com/SNICKERS-V...08DK0&th=1

Mars Chocolate Favorites Fun Size Candy Bars Variety Mix 33.9-Ounce 60-Piece Bag $9.28 (.27/ounce) "Prime Pantry" - OOS
https://www.amazon.com/Mars-Choco...8Z8GP08DK0

MARS Chocolate Minis Size Easter Candy Bars Variety Mix 67.2-Ounce 240-Piece Bag $17.99 (.27/ounce) DEAD
https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-...08DK0&th=1

TWIX Caramel Singles Size Chocolate Cookie Bar Candy 1.79-Ounce Bar 36-Count Box $20.99 (.33/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/Caramel-Si...08DK0&th=1

MARS Chocolate Singles Size Candy Bars Variety Pack 33.31-Ounce 18-Count Box $11.33 (.34/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-...08DK0&th=1

SNICKERS Singles Size Chocolate Candy Bars 1.86-Ounce Bar 48-Count Box $31.19 (.35/oune)
https://www.amazon.com/SNICKERS-S...08DK0&th=1

MARS Chocolate Full Size Candy Bars Variety Pack 53.68-Ounce 30-Count Box $18.89 (.35/ounce) DEAD
https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-...08DK0&th=1

I tried to include details here, but please check all specifics in listings. Some are "Add-On" but can be prdered via Alexa to by-pass minimum. Some are Prime eligable, but some are not. Again, please check listing for all exact details.

Hope this can help those shopping in the candy section. Smilie
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LOL. yep..diagnosed type 1 on March 29, 1979. Only about 5% of diabetics are type 1 (because its much more fatal than type 2's). But we do have a specific advantage, because our pancreas' are shot and don;t work at all. So if you can learn to adjust your insulin to match what you eat (like your body does), your diet is not nearly as restrictive as a type 2. Downside is after over 39 years and about 29K-30K injections, you run out of spots to give the shots.

Tis the hand I was dealt in life, but still am blessed and fortunate..could be worse. Smilie And yes, I do eat some candy, but my big weakness is Hershey's chocolate milk! I'm a "milkaholic" Stick Out Tongue

This candy is for a special kids event coming up in about 2 weeks. Smilie
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KitKat was $8.07 on Nov 17 but this still a decent price in for 1
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LOL. yep..diagnosed type 1 on March 29, 1979. Only about 5% of diabetics are type 1 (because its much more fatal than type 2's). But we do have a specific advantage, because our pancreas' are shot and don;t work at all. So if you can learn to adjust your insulin to match what you eat (like your body does), your diet is not nearly as restrictive as a type 2. Downside is after over 39 years and about 29K-30K injections, you run out of spots to give the shots.

Tis the hand I was dealt in life, but still am blessed and fortunate..could be worse. Smilie And yes, I do eat some candy, but my big weakness is Hershey's chocolate milk! I'm a "milkaholic" Stick Out Tongue

This candy is for a special kids event coming up in about 2 weeks. Smilie
That sorta sucks - and is impressive. I've known type 1 diabetics, and assuming you were a kid and given the technology of the time - you're continued survival let alone health is a testimonial to your parents, and your determination. I've had to clamp down hard on portion control and shifting my diet to more home cooked/high fiber vegetable dishes, due to both pre-diabetes and then degenerative spinal disease limiting activity, but it is doable without nearly 30,000 injections. Bowdown

FYI the biggest frustration is that due my improved numbers, not only do they refuse to do a glucose tolerance test (and healing is critical with spinal fusion surgery which I will eventually have), but now they say I don't need an A1C test since my numbers have been better for three years. Head Bang
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Hubby has lived without 90% of his pancreas since he was born.....he was a miracle baby for sure. Just developed type 2 after turning 40, he can control it with diet and meds but his eyes are going bad quickly Frown

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Same price as Walmart for the second on list.
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That sorta sucks - and is impressive. I've known type 1 diabetics, and assuming you were a kid and given the technology of the time - you're continued survival let alone health is a testimonial to your parents, and your determination. I've had to clamp down hard on portion control and shifting my diet to more home cooked/high fiber vegetable dishes, due to both pre-diabetes and then degenerative spinal disease limiting activity, but it is doable without nearly 30,000 injections. Bowdown

FYI the biggest frustration is that due my improved numbers, not only do they refuse to do a glucose tolerance test (and healing is critical with spinal fusion surgery which I will eventually have), but now they say I don't need an A1C test since my numbers have been better for three years. Head Bang
Wow! Sounds very strange and sucks regarding your doctor. Just asking, because it sounds like you have a general MD on this and not a specialist? I could not imagine a specialist (endocrinologist) taking such a view and stance. No A1C checks just because your numbers are good now. Given a clear history, you should always be checked, at least every 3-4 months period, just to make sure things stay good and if they should elevate, you catch things early. I think you might consider changing doctors in your case.

And you are correct if looking at the current life span charts, since about 2015 on up. Due specifically to the advances in technologies, such as insulin pumps, etc. the life span of a type 1 is now much better. But you can also find, at such sites as the Mayo Clinic, the older, but still accurate stats, in which they list that being diagnosed with type 1 is a "best case scenerio" of 20 years off your life span...and that is "best case".

Yes, I was diagnosed at age 13. Back then, we used pig insulin. It was not my mother (my father was not in the picture) by myself who made the decision of my life style change at age 15 and I was not going to allow this to control my life, because at the time the regiment was unbelievably strict and in my opinion backwards. I simply came up with my own formula and treatment of doing nothing more than adjusting my insulin to what I was going to eat (also factors such as activities, exopercise, etc.) and it has worked for me. Although, after almost 4 decades, I am now battling severe neuropathy. But it could be much worse.

Amazingly, most are still not educated regarding diabetes. Candy itself does not cause diabetes. The reason they say to stay away from such is simple, it is very quickly and easily changed over to glucose and given the high sugar amounts that are very quicly converted. It could be the same with anything high in frucose, such as orange juice. Basically everything you eat is turned into glucose, which is what your body uses for both energy and the excess is changed into fat storage. Without insulin, this conversion can not take place. It is why they place a diet limited in certain areas, such as carbs, since they are also quickly converted much faster than other things like vegitables and protiens.

You being "pre-diabetes" simply means your pancreas is still working, just not efficiently. That is a tough rollercoaster, since some days your pancreas can be working on 8 of 8 cylinders, but other days working on 4 ot 6 cylinders. You and other type 2's have a harder road than a type 1 in this regard. Type 1, our pancreas is DOA every day, so we always have a flat baseline to work with..."0" natural insulin production. Making it easier for us to adjust for what we eat, since we simply just draw more insulin to take if our food intake is more at any certain time.

But definitely keep tabs on your situation, since you already know your pancreas can act up and can be effected by many factors, including your diet. If your doctor gives you bad advice, definitely check with a specialist. I simply could not phathom an endocrinologist giving such advice and not monitoring your A1C on a constant basis (meaning every 3-4 months on a general checkup). They do an A1C check now right in the office and don't even have to send it out to a lab like they use to.

Best of luck in your situation. Smilie


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Hubby has lived without 90% of his pancreas since he was born.....he was a miracle baby for sure. Just developed type 2 after turning 40, he can control it with diet and meds but his eyes are going bad quickly Frown

I'm in for a couple of bags of quirky pleasure Rolos......but I'll hide them Wink
Another wow! Your hubby sounds amazing and his condition I could see him being a "miracle" baby! Amazing living a basic normal life with your pancreas 90% gone! Simply wow!

Sorry to hear about his eyes. That is a very common complication unfortunately. Diabetes sucks, because it has a HUGE list of possible complications and it simply depends on the individual person and thier gene pool of what can/will be affected. Lucily my eyes are still fine. But my battle is with neuropathy, which is now severe. But luckily, everything else is basically still within good range and health, even after almost 40 years. I am honestly surprised to still be here.

And here is a quick something for ALL diabetic who deal with neuropathy pain issues and even those who currently do not... MILK THISTLE! Put this in your daily suppliment regiment!

My neurpathy pain was a very slow mover over decades. The doctors tried me on at least 4 "meds" and none worked. At least two with major bad side effects, the last being Lyrica, which immediately sent me on a side effects nightmare from hell! But it wound up being one of th best things to hapen to me! I had to immediately stop the Lyrica and was trying to flush it from my system and was drining about 2 gallons of water a day and eating crackers to absorb the garbage to get it out of my system immediately.

I told my "big sis" about it and she advised me to take Milk Thistle (an all NATURAL suppliment) to cleanse out my liver from the Lyrica. Milk thistle is known and widely used for liver issues, such as Hep C and other liver issues. Her hubby uses it for some liver problems he has suffered for decades.

Long story short, I started taking the milk thistle to cleanse my liver of the meds and within about 6 days, my neuropathy nerve pain in my feet was CURED! Yes CURED! After some research, it is also listed at the Mayo Clinic of having possible benfit for diabetic neuropathy (kidneys). and for me it took away decades of severe neuropathy pain in my feet in ALL forms (1,000 pins, lightning strikes, bone crushes .. as I term them) that was hapoening 50+ times in a day! Now TOTALLY GONE and it has now been over a year and a half! It has also worked now for many other people, including my pain management doctor's hubby, who she tried it on..and she now recommends it to her patients as well.

It may not work on everyone the same, but at the very least, it will help cleanse the liver and possible for it to help prevent people from getting severe neuropathy pain as well. Definitely worth the try, since it is all natural and only about a $9/month suppliment foind anywhere they sell vitamins and suppliments..including at WalMart. Smilie
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REESE'S Peanut Butter Cups, Chocolate Candy, Miniatures, 40 Ounce Bulk Candy $9.44 (.24/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/REESES-Pea...8Z8GP08DK0

This is up to 10.49 now.
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I just heard on the grapevine - Mars is merging with Merck and Hersheys with Pfizer - for decades of happy eye-popping profits. There might be others in the works as well.
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REESE'S Peanut Butter Cups, Chocolate Candy, Miniatures, 40 Ounce Bulk Candy $9.44 (.24/ounce)
https://www.amazon.com/REESES-Pea...8Z8GP08DK0

This is up to 10.49 now.
Thanks for the update. Smilie

Unfortunately this is not uncommon. What typically can happen is they have an item at a certain low price, but then as the item sells good, they raise it bit by bit. I have watched items go, for EXAMPLE, say $7 sale price, then as it sells good, raised to $7,64, then to $8.42,etc..

What I would suggest in such cases, place what you are looking for in your cart, then "save for later", then simply check on it from time to time. I have seen the prices get back down to the lowest price within a day, or a few days to a week at times. It does not always happen, but on certain items it can happen and I have seen this many times.

Hope this helps. Smilie
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I just heard on the grapevine - Mars is merging with Merck and Hersheys with Pfizer - for decades of happy eye-popping profits. There might be others in the works as well.

LMAO You sure have a funny "grapevine". That's just some guys wishing for chocolate Viagra! EEK! LMAO

I know Ms. Buck would not be interested in that happening. Stick Out Tongue
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https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif You sure have a funny "grapevine". That's just some guys wishing for chocolate Viagra! https://static.slickdealscdn.com/images/smilies/eek.gif https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif

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I was only referring to the new synthetic concoctions they could produce like yummy M&M's - a double dose of Metformin & Miglitol - satisfying both the sweet tooth and the Pancreas.
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I was only referring to the new synthetic concoctions they could produce like yummy M&M's - a double dose of Metformin & Miglitol - satisfying both the sweet tooth and the Pancreas.

Ahhh ok. Smilie I'm stuck on insulin, being type 1. Admittedly I know basically nothing on the orals for type 2's. Have only heard of the Metformin. But that would be interesting..chocolate pills for type 2 diabetics. LMAO
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