What You'll Get
Taking candy from a baby is now quite difficult due to motorized carriages and in-born evolutionary knowledge of jujitsu. Legally obtain sweet treats with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of confections at Campus Candy on University Boulevard.
With 500 varieties of ambrosial confections cascading from its bulk candy dispensers, Campus Candy doles out delectable delights for all manner of sugar seeker. Adults will feel like kids in a candy store and kids will feel like ergonomists at an office-supply store as they mix and match classic favorites with the latest varieties ($2.89/quarter-pound for bulk candy). Cocoa cravers can fill 10-gallon hats with selections that typically include chocolate-covered coffee beans, chocolate-covered brownie dough, and even chocolate-covered gummi bears. Sweet teeth who prefer their treats fat-free, frozen, and in yogurt format can take a trip to the fro-yo bar ($0.49/oz. without toppings, $0.59/oz. with toppings). The flavors, like the world's laziest ballerina, rotate daily—often including tastes such as sweet hot-fudge cream puff and key lime; guests can also conscript any candy from the Brobdingnagian bonbon selection into a treat topping.
Relax in the café-style seating while watching one of the plasma TVs, chatting with friends using the free WiFi, or sipping hot chocolate and contemplating the Sisyphean futility of trying to eat an everlasting gobstopper.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for cheesecake or cupcakes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Campus Candy
It was a fateful day that Campus Candy founder Mark Tarnofsky dropped his daughter off at Indiana University about four years ago. On a mission to track down a simple candy bar, the dutiful dad found himself roaming far afield until he finally landed at a distant drugstore. Convinced that college kids want candy within constant reach, Tarnofsky started his first store right there, and soon expanded to the schools in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. Each outlet sells more than 500 different types of candy, all of which may be repurposed as toppings on a rotating menu of frozen yogurt. By slinging bulk candy at a fixed price, Campus Candy stores make it easy for college kids to load up on diverse desserts without filling their schedules with bonbon-making classes.