Thursday, September 30, 2010

Halloween Googly Bands: An Inexpensive and Healthy Alternative to Candy!

If you’re like me, you dread the after-Halloween battle over all the candy your kids receive. My children always get so much candy, and we have to hide it in an inaccessible place so my boys don’t try to eat it all at once. It’s a constant whine every day for more candy! Unfortunately, I don’t have the heart to tell my kids they can’t treat-or-treat or throw out all the expensive candy. However, it would be great if more parents chose to give out something other than sweets. Here’s a fantastic new option that just came out this year: Halloween Googly Bands!

Kids are absolutely crazy about these fun-shaped and colorful rubber bands they can wear, collect and trade. And now they’re available in Halloween themes and decorative packages that are perfect for handing out to trick-or-treaters. You can either purchase Halloween Googly Bands in normal packs of 12 for about a dollar a pack. Or you can get them in treat packs, similar to the big candy bags available this time of year. Each Googly Band Halloween Trick Bag contains 18 smaller packets, each with 3 Halloween Googly Bands. They are PERFECT for little princesses and superheroes.

My kids were absolutely thrilled with the Halloween Googly Bands. They would definitely give up a high-calorie candy bar in exchange for a pack of Googly Bands! Your house will be very popular with trick-or-treaters when word gets around that you’re handing out Halloween Googly Bands. You can purchase Googly Bands at Walmart, Walgreens, Publix, Rite-Aid, and many other stores. Visit www.googlybands.com or www.facebook.com/googlybands today!




DISCLOSURE: I received a package of Halloween Googly Bands to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided.

1 comment:

  1. Great idea, and so much better than candy. Although, we don't hand out treats,kids will dig into this first in their bags, I'm pretty sure of it!

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