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Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs, 6-Count Packages (Pack of 4)

by Reese's

Price: $28.50 ($1.19 / count) & FREE Shipping
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  • Classic combination of chocolate and Reese's peanut butter in a festive Easter egg shape
  • Perfect for Easter baskets
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Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs, 6-Count Packages (Pack of 4) + Cadbury Easter Chocolate Creme Egg, 4-Count Boxes (Pack of 6) + Cadbury Easter Creme Eggs, 4-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)
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Delight in the classic combination of milk chocolate and Reese's signature peanut butter in a fun Easter egg shape. They're a perfect prize for the winner of your annual Easter egg hunt or as a festive gift for friends and family.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B004742XZ0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,365 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Buy 'em, eat 'em, share 'em, love 'em.
du_brown
The chocolate is greasy and the peanut butter is dry.
HauteMama
They are a favorite for all members of my family.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By du_brown on April 6, 2012
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Hey. You. Look outside. Do you see pollen? Well maybe you are in the wrong geographic location. But if you DO see the yellow building up on you car and windows, have no fear. Yes, your eyes may itch. You may sneeze. Your nose may even run. But, have no fear. Because it's spring and that means one thing: Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs. YES. You know them. You love them. You beg and plead for them. But relax. Amazon has you covered. Buy 'em, eat 'em, share 'em, love 'em. Repeat.

Oh it has some weird ingredient thing one person doesn't like? That's cool. Except who cares. You are eating the treat of the Gods. The sweet nectar of life itself. So don't wait. Buy. Them. NOW.

For...before too long, spring will be over and so will these wonderful creations.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lifelong Learning on May 6, 2012
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I heard one of my friends liked these, so I got some for her. I tried some myself - sine the pack came in a pack of 4 (24 all together,) and I found that I liked them myself. :D
They are bigger than the everyday Resse's peanut butter cups. There seems to be some kind of "explosion" of peanut butter flavour in the mouth and the chocolate isn't really that bad of a "supportive" taste. With the everyday Reese's, I feel that there is too much chocolate, and that chocolate tastes off with as little peanut butter as it contains. I much rather prefer have these eggs that seem to have a TON more peanut butter and less chocolate, balancing out the taste. :)

I'd recommend and suggest choosing these over the regular peanut butter cups.
P.S,. My friend LOVED them - I ended up sneaking them to her by leaving them in random places that she goes everyday to find a chocolatey, peanut butter surprise. :)
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Cody A. Conway on April 6, 2012
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I love Reese's, the eggs and trees during the holidays are my absolute favorites, so I get excited when they become available. This is my second time to order a Reese's Chocolate product off of amazon, and the price has always been great, and because I purchase these products in the store, I know they taste great too.

So why the middle ground? Where does the downside come into play? Cheap packaging and poor over all shipping guidance for customers. What I'm talking about is Amazon shipping chocolate in a cardboard box wrapped in plastic in 80-88 degree weather. Even getting this product over night (thank you amazon prime and preferred Friday delivery options), the product arrived completely melted. Will amazon do something about it? I'm sure, they have the best customer service I've had the pleasure to deal with for the most part, and always throw gift cards or free returns at you if you run into a problem. What becomes the issue? Well this time they weren't for me, but for a family member for Easter Sunday coming up. I have them currently sitting in my refrigerator to try and resolidify them, but they will never be like their original state.

My suggestion to amazon was the following.

1) Initiated guidelines to support shipping of perishable by heat food items like chocolate. This would put the responsibility of the customer to know that this product will not be shipped with a cold pack, and they should order knowing that if temperatures between or at Point A or B are above 70-75 degrees, the product is not guaranteed to arrive in original condition.

2) Use cold packs in areas where temperatures may reach extreme temperatures.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By KNV on April 7, 2012
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The chocolate had separated and looked cloudy and felt slippery. The peanut butter filling was dry and powdery. I wondered if these might be from last Easter instead of this one. It was only $7 for four 6-packs, but now I need to run to the store today to get more peanut butter eggs for Easter tomorrow.
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By Boogiegirl on December 22, 2013
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You can't go wrong with Reece's. I was afraid they'd be melted by the time I received them, but they were all perfect and perfectly delicious.
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Should have known better than to order on-line. Every egg was melted to some extend and they all had to be peeled out of the wrapper. The Reese's flavor was fine, but the melting that occurred in shipping made them very difficult to eat without making a sizeable mess.
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By Justin on September 3, 2013
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peanut butter was dry but it didn't melt at all so I am happy about that I did like them I just wish the peanut butter was more moist
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By Jane E. Koehler on July 4, 2013
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There is something about the ratio of the choc to peanut butter that makes these so much better than Reeses peanut butter cups. Wonderful!
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