Reese's lets people trade gross Halloween candy for peanut butter cups

HEAVEN: Reese's Builds Machine To Fix All Your Halloween Candy Woes

Reese's Vending Machine Lets You Swap Unwanted Candy for Peanut Butter Cups

If you're a Reese's lover and you happen to live in the area, get there sooner rather than later before the rest of NY snaps up the peanut butter cups for themselves.

You can now trade the gross, generic candy you get on Halloween for Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. If you plan on heading over there with all of your mediocre hard candy and taffy, get their earlier, because they expect the candy to go fast.

"As the No.1 Halloween candy (with over half of candy buyers purchasing Reese's), Reese's has come up with a solution", Lingeris said.

But don't despair if you're outside the exchange territory: A Reese's rep says, "Stay tuned for Halloween 2019". "What'd you expect from the GOAT of Halloween?!"

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Anybody who brings their undesired trick-or-treat candy to the machine can trade it in for what was statistically proven to be the ultimate Halloween candy.

The first "Reese's Halloween Candy Converter Machine" was revealed in Tarrytown, New York on October 28 during a Halloween parade, according to CNN.

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