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Sugarfina Advent Calendar – Available Now!

The 2019 Sugarfina Advent Calendar is available now!

The Sugarfina Advent Calendar is back, and it’s even more magical this year. Pre-Order yours today for delivery by November 1, 2019. Limit 3 per customer, while supplies last!

The Christmas countdown never tasted so sweet. This holly, jolly tasting collection is the perfect way to count down the 24 days until Christmas. Each festive little drawer is filled with four pieces of candy to surprise you and your loved ones with delicious holiday joy. The 2019 limited-edition packaging design resembles a beautiful Victorian mansion and opens to reveal a festive pop-up holiday scene. Season’s sweetings for you and yours!

The Box: Sugarfina Advent Calendar

The Cost: $48

The Products:

Each drawer holds 4 pieces of candy for each of these flavors…

1. Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels

2. Sparkle Pops

3. Merry Berries

4. Snowman Gummies

5. Sugar Lips

6. Watermelon Slices

7. Fruity Loops

8. Pink Flamingos

9. Cola Cuties

10. Royal Roses

11. Pumpkin Pie Caramels

12. Gingerbread Cookie Bites

13. Birthday Cake Caramels

14. Parisian Pineapples

15. S’Mores

16. Sugar Cookies

17. Candy Cane Caramels

18. Holland Mints

19. Apple Frogs

20. Christmas Trees

21. Baby Butterflies

22. Baby Whales

23. Ice Cream Cones

24. Heavenly Sours

Are you going to grab an advent calendar? 

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Comments (22)

  1. Wow, it shows as sold out. It will be coming to stores later.

  2. Grabbed one! It’s so cute, we’re a family of 4 so it works out, and last year I made our own and didn’t end up spending that much less plus all the effort I put in making it cute… Excited!

  3. Whether you like the price/contents or not, you’ve got to admit that box is ADORABLE.

    • It is!

  4. I don’t know why I thought there was a cube each day. I’ve purchased from Sugarfina many times and I don’t know why I thought that was even possible haha. I thought I was getting a great deal! I did have a $25 gift card so it made it $33 with shipping though.

  5. Grabbing one for my kids and husband. They can each have one piece per day. It’ll be a fun thing for them to enjoy and I have no doubt that my kids will re-purpose the box as a hotel for their little toys. They do love a great Advent calendar and how can you go wrong with Sugarfina. Yay!

  6. I see people get so excited for this candy but I don’t see what’s so special about it. I don’t care for candy but my husband loves it. I ordered him some and he didn’t rave about it. He said it’s good. It burst my bubble as I figured he’d be more excited about it. He makes a bigger deal about Albanese candy which we live a couple hrs away from, so we can get it pretty fresh.

    I’ll wait and see if they mark this down. If not fine by me.

    • I would love an Albanese candy advent calendar! Wish they would make one.

    • Personally I like this candy much more than Albanese. But then again Albanese is so inexpensive I could make a bunch of Advent calendars to gift.

  7. Hard pass!

  8. I wanted to buy their Boutique Tasting Box, but at $38 it seemed like a poor choice. I went with 6 cubes instead plus one free as my first Rewards order. It’s arriving today. The advent calendar is $10 more for the same amount as the Tasting Box. As much as I want it, it’s just too expensive for me.

    I am impatiently waiting for the October Mystery Bundle…

  9. This is a terrible deal. 4 pieces of candy per drawer? I have gotten their candy before and that is such a small amount.

  10. I got this last year for my teen daughter and while it was cute and fun, it was shipped while it was still hot in SoCal and arrived with most of the gummies melted, and when all was said and done I just didn’t feel like it was worth the $ to us personally (but it might be to you). However, the box last year was super nice and could be re-purposed if you’re crafty.

  11. They also have a “Boutique Tasting Box” for $10 less. It also includes 4 each of 24 candies behind little doors. The candy selection is slightly different (more alcohol-inspired flavors rather than the holiday-themed flavors). Might be a better option for some!

    • My choice was made for me. Sold out already

  12. OH.MY.GOODNESS. 😍

  13. Big nope. For $1 per piece of candy, I’ll just pass and buy myself a nice assortment at the candy store.

    • 50 cents per piece, but yeah, your point is a good one.

      • Oh no. I was about to order it until I read this. Now I fear I’ll feel too guilty to enjoy it. 😄

      • Hahaha same here. I was just about to buy this but that is such a good point. It does make more sense to get an assortment of candy and make my own. Thanks for dropping that knowledge, it saved me around 27 bucks! 😉

    • If there are 4 pieces of candy per 24 drawers that’s 50 cents per piece of candy (assuming you buy something else for $2 to get free shipping)…although that’s still expensive.

      • You’re really paying for the box!

        Here in Canada, the calendar is $65…roughly 70 cents per candy.

        You’re better off to buy their taster packs. We can buy 5 taster packs for $15… the average taster pack has 12 candies – that’s 60 candies for $15 – that’s 25 cents each…almost one third of the advent calendar price! And then you can try ones you think you may like, too!

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