JOYIN Felt Trick-Or-Treat Candy Bucket, 6-Pack
Last updated date: August 5, 2020
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Even though this candy bucket has a budget-friendly price tag, it doesn't sacrifice on quality. The candy buckets are made of felt, which is soft to the touch. There are also six different designs that will appeal to both children and adults. Teachers can use these cute buckets as classroom prizes, and parents can fill them with candy to give away as goody bags. In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the JOYIN JOYIN Felt Trick-Or-Treat Candy Bucket, 6-Pack placed 4th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Spooktacular Creations 6 Packs Pumpkin Bag Candy holder Buckets with Handle for Trick-or-Treating, Halloween Party Favors, Halloween Snacks, Halloween Goodie Bags Pumpkin Bag Candy holder Buckets includes 6 Packs (6¼ inches) Pumpkin Bag Candy holder Buckets with Easy-to-Glad Handle for Trick-or-Treating Super Value Pack for Treats. Perfect for Haunted Halloween Parties, Trick-or-Treating, Goodies Bags, Candy Bags, Halloween Party Favors, Halloween Goody Candy Bags, Teacher's Classrooms, Classroom Prizes and all other uses. Super Durable. Superior Quality. Long Lasting. Design to Sustain Large Amount of Candy.
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An Overview On Candy Buckets
Kids and families have been celebrating Halloween in the United States for over 100 years. While pillowcases were commonly used to collect candy when little ones went trick-or-treating door-to-door, children now have a whole host of options thanks to a variety of candy bucket designs on the market.
If you’re in the market for a new candy bucket, there are a few things you’ll want to keep an eye out for. Consider the age of the child you are purchasing the candy bucket for. Younger children would do well with a soft bag versus a hard plastic one.
Kids who are a little older may do better with a plastic treat bucket, as these can be easily cleaned in the event that an opened piece of candy melts or gets stuck to the sides. Hard plastic bags are also durable and can withstand a little more abuse during play.
Determine what you’d actually like to use the treat bag for. Of course, all of the candy buckets can be used to hold candy, but some models serve more than one purpose. The GiftExpress Cauldron Kettle Candy Bucket is one such product, as it can also be used as a table decoration. Parents can use it to hold candy or to serve as a decorative item.
If you need a large number of candy buckets to create party favors, you’ll want to look for a set. Sets are often cheaper than purchasing individual buckets. Some candy buckets come in sets of 12 that can handle treats for up to a dozen kids.
While some multi-packs feature just one design, others have a variety. The JOYIN 6.5-inch Felt Candy Buckets, 6 pack features six different designs, including a Jack O’Lantern, ghost, witch and spider.
DWYM Fun Fact
Just over 2,000 years ago, the Celts celebrated the festival of Samhain in which they would gather together to pay their respects to the dead. This is believed to be the beginning of what we now know as Halloween. Of course, over time, tradition shifted and Americans now get together for costume parties and take our children around the neighborhood to collect candy.
Before your next Halloween celebration, you may find it humorous to review a few fun facts about the holiday.
- People who have a fear of Halloween are said to have Samhainophobia.
- Specifically for Halloween, Americans purchase an astounding $2.1 billion worth of candy (both to eat and to hand out at parties and on Halloween night).
- The first Jack O’Lanterns weren’t made from pumpkins. Instead, carvers used potatoes, turnips and beets.
- The city of Boston, Massachusetts holds the record for the most Jack O’Lanterns lit at the same time.
- While each state has its own most popular candy purchased during the Halloween season, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups won out in 12 different states. M&Ms and Milk Duds came in second and third.
- Candy Corn originally went by the name Chicken Feed thanks to its inventor George Renninger.
- October 30th is National Candy Corn Day, along with National Speak Up for Service Day and National Publicist Day.
- Tootsie Rolls are a popular Halloween candy, but many are not aware that since these tasty treats are stable in both hot and cold climates, they were given out to soldiers in WWII.
- There’s a funny tradition that if a person dresses with their clothing inside out on Halloween and then walks backward, he or she will come across a witch when the clock strikes midnight.
The Candy Bucket Buying Guide
- How you clean your candy bucket is dependent upon the material the bucket is made out of. Plastic models can be washed by hand in your kitchen sink with warm water and a little dish soap. Plush models can often be tossed in the washing machine, while felt buckets require the most care. You’ll need to spot clean these with a little dish soap and water. Don’t immerse them in water and be careful of any felt pieces that are attached, as they may easily come loose. If a felt piece does come loose during the cleaning process, you can try to reattach it with a hot glue gun.
- If you opt for a treat bag made of plastic, always check to make sure it has been tested and is free of toxins.
- Another option is to put out a treat bucket with small toys and knick-knacks for children who are highly sensitive to sugar.
- If received as a gift or from a stranger, it’s important to tell children that they need to wait for an adult to check their candy before they consume it. Parents should then look for any opened candy, out-of-date candy, discolored candy or any candy that looks out of the ordinary and discard anything suspicious that they come across.
- When comparing the candy bucket prices, you’ll need to first look at the number of units in the set and divide that number by the price to determine the cost of each bucket. So the price of the JOYIN 6.5-inch Felt Candy Buckets, 6 pack, you’d have to divide by six and for the price of the Lxitol Halloween Tote Candy Bucket, 3-Piece, you’d have to divide by 3. Next, you need to look at the size of the bucket. For example, the Blue Panda Candy Bag has larger dimensions than the GiftExpress Cauldron Kettle Candy Bucket, which means it will cost more because it can hold more candy.