Tasty Sale at Zelda's Sweet Shoppe

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If you like to give out sugary treats -- whether they're homemade or store-bought -- hitting up the Zelda's Sweet Shoppe sale this week should be on your to-do list.

The Chicago-based gourmet candy store is offering deals on tins, baskets, and other gift-worthy items, as well as half-off holiday cookies (who cares if they look like Santa Claus? It's more reason to prolong the Christmas spirit), and a sale on a crazy selection of bulk candies.

Hey, why not get an early start on Valentine's Day prep, while you're at it?

I'm on the lookout for sales this week and am eager to blow my holiday cash on some good bargains. Heard about any? Do tell!

The Chicago-based gourmet dessert biz, Zelda's Sweet Shoppe, is making this a heck of a week to treat yourself to killer candies, cookies and other holiday treats at a discount.

If you're the type who likes to give sugary gifts -- whether they're homemade or storebought -- the deals at Zelda's are worth a look.

Stock up on tins and baskets to fill with your own creations, load up on bulk candies at 30 percent off, and grab some adorable decorated cookies at half off (who cares if they still have Christmas-y motifs like Santa? More reason to prolong the holiday vibe).

I've got my eye out for stuff like this because I'm in the mood to blow that holiday dough in my pocket. Heard about any other good deals, online or in-store? Do tell!

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