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I Love Sugar, Myrtle Beach

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  • They have it all. More candy than you can imagine what to do with. Everything from bulk that you scoop yourself to prepackaged. 
  • If you need candy, this is the place for you! You can find all kinds of gifts in here! A lot of large candy items. A twix bar that is 10x the size of a normal twix. 
  • You can find just about any kind of candy. Our grandchildren were in sugar heaven and took an hour to pick out one item of their choice. 
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  • Pretty good selection of candy. Would've liked to see more of the old time candy. The prices are just ridiculous! I won't be going back!!
  • Severe health risk! - I can understand the price even if I do not agree with them - they generally charge 6x as much as Walmart does for the same candy - but I can't agree with the practice if no scales to weigh what you might purchase. It is unethical to force people to pay an unknown amount for an unknown quantity. I've taken to filling bags partially and randomly leaving them around the store. Staff assures me they do not simply re-stock what was abandoned in store but I've seen them do it with mine and with little kids bags they were putting their hand in after wiping their nose due to the saltwater snot drip. If you got sick after going here, the staff's lie about restocking handled food is likely why. I urge people to leave as much partial bags abandoned as they can until the store rescinds their unethical "can't weigh your purchase" policy.
  • Really neat store with plenty to look at but the scoop your own candy is a racket. No scales to check the bag weight on your own, so you have to stand in a long line to see what you've got. We ended up spending $30 on gummy bears and nonpareils. I'll go again for the sights, but I'll save my money and leave the pricey candy next time.
  • Awesome selection of candy and knick knacks. Candy prices are a bit high at $13/pound. Be careful because you will spend way more money than you planned to and very quickly!
  • Great place if you want to find some candy, huge selection and stuff for the whole family. They have many hard to find items you don't normally see. Be careful though, prices by the pound add up quickly.