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Candy fundraisers are a popular choice among many groups, teams, and organizations. Large, $2.00 candy fundraisers are a smart way to provide your customer with a larger product and earn even more profit than the traditional $1.00 candy fundraisers. The Monster Variety offers top brands that your customers cannot resist! It is a candy fundraiser that provides outstanding profit, quality, and is the perfect solution to your organization’s candy fundraising needs.
|Assortment Includes||3 Reese's® Cups Large Size, 3 Kit Kat®, 3 Hershey's® Almond Large Size, 3 Skittles® box, 3 Starburst® box, 6 Nuclear™ Sqworms box, 5 Sour Patch Kids box, 4 Sour Punch® Bits Strawberry/Watermelon, 3 Sour Punch® Punchies box, 5 Butterfinger® Bites, 5 Buncha Crunch®, 3 Laffy Taffy®, 4 Cookie Dough Bites® Chocolate Chip box. Suggested order 1 case per person selling.|
- I love this fundraiser. Review by Chanté C.
The monster box of candy was a huge success!! The students reached their goal and they had a blast eating the candy (of course). Thank you so much for everything! I love this fundraiser...
- I definitely recommend this company for your fundraising needs. Review by Keith S.
We have been conducting a fundraiser using the $2.00 varieties. Our kids are having a lot of success in selling them. The candy is delicious and very fresh! We like the variety in the boxes and have no trouble selling anything in them. The super fast delivery of the supplies is amazing as well. I definitely recommend this company for your fundraising needs.
Yes! Don’t let the $2 price point cause concern. Thousands of our customers have earned over $10,000,000.00 selling $2 items, and cases like the Monster Variety are quickly becoming our top selling fundraisers. $2 varieties are rising to be the hottest trend in fundraising because they provide value to your customers and allow you to raise profit faster and easier than ever before.
How do the $2 items benefit my fundraiser?
$2 fundraisers have benefits that are unique to them. When you choose a $2 variety, there is less work for you and your sellers. Because the overall profit margin is higher on $2 varieties, you can sell fewer items to meet your goal profit. Conversely, if you sell the same amount of items on a $2 fundraiser that you would on a $1 fundraiser, you will make more money. Who does not want to surpass their profit goal? Another benefit is that there are more 50% profit options in the $2 category, which is a $1 profit per sale!
How are $2 items different?
These items are the same size candies that theaters carry, but you sell them for a lower price. It is a great value to your customers, not only are they getting more snack for their contribution, but their money is going directly to support your local group/cause. With these $2 varieties you are able to sell less items and make the same amount of money as you would on a standard $1 fundraiser, so you will be able to finish faster and spend less time fundraising. $2 fundraisers are also empowering to your sellers. Each individual is capable of generating more dollars sold per person, which is especially handy if you have a set amount of money each seller needs to bring in so you can meet your goal.
If I am part of a school, can I still fundraise with candy and snack items?
Yes. The USDA only requires that candy and snack items not be sold on school grounds, during school hours. Therefore, you are still able to sell starting 30 minutes after school, on campus without regulation. Selling of these items is also permitted at any after school, on-campus event, such as sports/games, etc.
Is there a way I can sell candy or snack items during school hours on the premise?
Yes. Each state is different, but they do make exemptions for selling candy/snack fundraisers during school hours. You will need to contact your district to find out what your state’s specifications are and how to obtain an exemption.
Do any of the USDA rules apply to fundraising that happens outside of school?
No. Whether you are associated with a school or not, any fundraising that takes place physically outside of school grounds is exempt from the USDA nutrition standards.
What types of fundraisers fit under the USDA guidelines?
The Smart Variety is made up of items that specifically fit the Smart Snacks In School USDA requirements. These snacks can be sold during school hours without state approval. Regular candy and snacks can still be used for fundraising, but sales of these items must be after school hours on campus. Anything under our Brochure fundraisers and Other Ideas categories fit the guidelines as well.
How do I find out more about the USDA’s Smart Snacks in School guidelines?
You can visit the USDA here: