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May 08, 2009


Realchocolate.com is the place to go to this morning if you're looking for free candy. The manufacturer Mars (umm, yes, they also make dog food, but it's the chocolate coupons they're giving away) are giving away coupons for free products:

Mars (yes, the candy makers) feels that Americans are looking for reasons to smile. Undoubtedly true, in this recession, they are looking to stimulate your taste buds with what they are calling the Mars Real Chocolate Relief Act (http://www.realchocolate.com). This promotion runs from now until September.

How does it work? Well, not only can you snag some Mars chocolate in the deal, Mars has invented a new acronym: TGIFCF (Thank God It's Free Chocolate Friday). Every Friday, Mars will give away a 250,000 full-size packages of real chocolate on Free Chocolate Fridays. You can claim one of 250,000 full-value coupons each Friday beginning on May 8 at 9 AM EST (they say standard, but it's DST now, so that's an unclear point) by visiting RealChocolate.com.

Sounds good to me although I have to admit. I wonder how easy it's going to be to get onto the site to get the coupons? For it is definitely first come first served.

Starting now till the end of September, Mars has announced its Real Chocolate Relief Act campaign. Nationwide, Mars will be giving away full-sized packages of its M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, MILKY WAY®, TWIX®, DOVE®, and 3 MUSKETEERS® brand chocolate.

Just log onto their website (www.RealChocolate.com) each Friday starting at 9:00 a.m. EST (6:00 a.m. PST) to claim one of 250,000 full-value coupons. The sooner you log on the better, as it is first-come, first served. There are a limited number of coupons (250,000) given away each Friday. Coupons will be mailed to consumers and are redeemable for any full-size Mars real chocolate product. The coupons will be limited to one per person, per week.

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I am a diabetic. When I go into a problem with low blood sugar a snickers bar is what I look for to bring me up to par. Thisis no lie, You produce the best candy bar made. It is strange thouge I am 75 years old and everytime I buy a snickers bar it seems as though it is more expensive and smaller in size. I remember I used to buy one for a nockel.

Posted by: G.C. Spangenberg | May 8, 2009 11:46:06 PM

Oh how I have missed my very favorite candybars in the whole world, when you killed the MARS BARS. I have had to fall back on my second choice, A CHERRY MASH made in St. Joseph Mo.

Posted by: Ragnar | May 15, 2009 1:44:58 PM