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Harry & David 2020 Advent Calendars – Available Now!

There are three Harry & David Advent Calendars available now!

The Box: Harry & David Deluxe Advent Calendar

Count down the days until Christmas with a delightful advent calendar. Each box contains a delicious sweet surprise. Discover several tasty flavors of truffles, like raspberry, orange, cherry, white coffee, espresso, hazelnut, almond, dark chocolate, peppermint, and milk chocolate Moose Munch® Premium Popcorn. There are also mini mints in milk and dark chocolate. This upgraded version of a classic holiday decoration is nice and sturdy so you can refill and reuse it year after year, making it a fun holiday tradition.

The Cost: $99.99

The Products:

  • 8 dark chocolate holiday truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 white chocolate coffee truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 milk chocolate almond truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 dark chocolate raspberry truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 all dark chocolate truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 dark chocolate double espresso truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 milk chocolate peanut butter truffles (0.7 oz each)
  • 8 dark chocolate orange truffles (0.7 oz each)
  • 8 white chocolate candy cane truffles (0.6 oz each)
  • 8 all milk chocolate truffles (0.6 oz each)

The Box: Harry & David Chocolate Advent Calendar Duo

Make the countdown to Christmas even more fun with these two adorable advent calendars. Both calendars feature 24 doors, and behind each door is a sweet surprise. Milk chocolate candies wait to be unwrapped every day from December 1 to December 24, making the month just a little bit sweeter. Each door also features a festive Christmas message.

The Cost: $34.99

The Products: 2 calendars, each containing 24 solid milk chocolates (8 oz each)


The Box: Harry & David 12 Days of Moose Munch Premium Popcorn

Celebrating the 12 days of Christmas has never been so delicious. This holiday-themed box arrives filled with a dozen of the most popular flavors of Moose Munch® Premium Popcorn. We use rich butter, premium chocolate, two kinds of corn, and the finest fruit and nuts to create the perfect anytime snack. There’s something in this gift for everyone, with flavors including our classic caramel, s’mores, hazelnut, dark chocolate, and one inspired by Cinnabon® cinnamon rolls.

The Cost: $39.99

The Products: 1 calendar containing 12 bags of Moose Munch® Premium Popcorn (2.5 oz each):

  • Classic caramel
  • Milk chocolate
  • Dark chocolate salted caramel
  • Milk chocolate s’mores
  • Dark chocolate-covered
  • Dark chocolate peppermint bark
  • Milk chocolate-covered
  • Dark chocolate
  • Cranberry almond
  • Cinnamon maple pecan
  • Dark chocolate churro [cinnamon sugar]
  • Milk chocolate holiday [with candy trees]

Are you going to grab an advent calendar? 

Written by MSA


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Comments (8)

  1. Wow yum. They price is about right. If you go to a higher end confectionery shop they cost over $1 each.

  2. I was thinking of getting Quality Street candy this year as I’ve never had them before or my husband. I heard they were good plus won’t break the bank since I have actual gifts to buy and wrapping supplies. Not doing the whole $50-$300 on advent calendars this year or probably the future. Plus edible goods just make me feel fat. I usually treat myself to egg nog and a slice of pie and that alone is 150% enough. I hate being fatty. I hate calories. Universal Yums super yums box is enough of an over kill for me. 😵😭😵😭😵 My husband loves that box though.

    I’m the type that would try to store food in my place for emergency then burn down my place cause its just too much food. I’m literally gone Bi Polar/ Borderline Personality with my eating disorders and threw alllll of it in the trash. Same with pizza. I’ll spend $40 on pizza to the door. Freak out then trash it.

    • Hi Diamond, I hope this message conveys my intention of true concern with no sarcasm or judgement: are you seeking professional treatment for these thoughts and feelings you’re having? Are you going to someone licensed to help you, to discuss this? I understand that food is a sensitive subject for a lot of people, especially as we’re heading into the holiday season where food is everywhere, but unlike other habits like alcohol, you need to eat to live. Which means that you will be carrying those awful thoughts with you for the rest of your life and I wouldn’t want you to spend your energy on something like that and your comment really concerned me.

    • I find your post a little concerning. Our relationship with food can be so complex. I hope you are receiving help.

  3. Sometimes I forget the actual cost of quality chocolate when I am usually on Hershey’s with almonds or the cookies w/cream variety. I am super tempted with the larger boxes variety.

  4. I’ve never heard of H&D before. How are their chocolates?

  5. Some math isn’t adding up here…

  6. $99 (with tax it would be $110) for 88 tiny chocolates??!!

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