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Snickers has failed to change the date of Halloween, but is still fulfilling his promise to give out free candy.
Go to OneMillionSnickers.com to sign up for a $ 3.90 gift card, good for a $ 3.90 Snickers Fun Size bar, available until October 31st or until shipments continue. Transmission time will vary.
Snickers endorsed the Association's Halloween.org petition for Halloween and Halloween costumes last Saturday in October, promising 1 million free entertainment if the federal government officially announces Saturday Halloween.
The petition, also backed by Party City, has more than 150,000 signatures, but after the movement confronted some opposition, it turned into an additional holiday – National Day for Tricks or Stuff.
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"We promised a million SNICKERS and whatever the date, we will deliver," Josh Olken, director of the candy brand, said in news. "Whether fans enjoy their free SNICKERS or give away tricks or treats, we want everyone to have a satisfying Halloween."
Under the terms of the promotion, more than 55,500 gift cards will be dealt at different times, when exhausted. A message will be displayed on the supplies for the day, saying, "We need to fill our bowl."
There is a limit of one gift card for a working mobile phone number.
According to a University of Monmouth poll, more than 36% of Americans say Reese's peanut butter cups are their favorite Halloween treat. Snickers came in second with 18%.
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The National Retail Federation estimates that people in the United States will spend a total of nearly 9 billion dollars for Halloween in 2019.
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