Here’s how you can win a 1-year supply of Ghirardelli Chocolate


One of the best parts about the holiday season is all the delicious treats that go along with it. From the main course to festive cocktails and dessert, there’s pretty much no way you can go wrong when it comes to holiday foods.

One treat pretty much everyone can agree on? Chocolate. Whether it’s peppermint-flavored, shaped like Santa Claus or baked into cookies, the holidays are the perfect time to indulge.

This year, Ghirardelli is looking to help you indulge even more by giving away a one-year supply of chocolate, just in time for the holiday season — and it really is the season!

To celebrate the return of their peppermint bark and the launch of their new holiday milk chocolate caramel squares — the best-selling caramel-filled squares we love year-round all dressed up in holiday packaging — they’re looking for two fans of their chocolates who would love to have their kitchen stocked with the sweet stuff for an entire year.


If that sounds like you, you can enter now through Dec. 25 by heading to their website. All you have to do is share your contact information and your favorite Ghirardelli memory and you’re in the running to win.

There is no purchase necessary to enter, but you must be 18 years old or older, and residents of Alaska, Hawaii and Rhode Island are not eligible to enter. There is a limit of one entry per person, per email address.

What exactly does a “year” of chocolate consist of? Your year supply will come in the form of a bi-monthly shipment (six total shipments) of Ghirardelli Chocolate valued at approximately $108 per shipment. The approximate retail value of each grand prize is $650.


The odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. A winner will be chosen at random at the close of the sweepstakes. Ghirardelli’s website has the official rules.

Even if the odds are low, a year’s worth of chocolate seems worth a try!

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Kaitlin Gates

Kaitlin is a freelance multimedia journalist with a degree in journalism and psychology. Along with Don't Waste Your Money, she also writes for Simplemost, where she covers new product and food launches and overall general news. You can email her at or find her on Facebook at More.

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