Walmart shoppers get first pick for Wonka’s ‘magical return’ limited-edition candy and fans will score free money

WONKA candy returns to stores and Walmart customers can buy them first and earn free cash.

The Wonka Magic Hat Gummies are hitting the major retailer’s shelves soon, parent company Ferrara Candy Company announced.

Ferrara announced that new gummy candies will be available at Walmart on September 1st


Ferrara announced that new gummy candies will be available at Walmart on September 1stPhoto credit: Handout

They are sold in 4 and 6 ounce bags, with each bag available in the following flavors.

  • Strawberry Watermelon
  • raspberry grape
  • Orange strawberry
  • Magical berries

“For added fun, each Magic Hat gummi contains a sweet magical surprise with every fruity bite,” Ferrara said.

The candy’s return comes in celebration of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Wonka,” which is slated to hit theaters nationwide on December 15.

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The film will serve as a prequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

But Walmart fans can get their hands on the Magic Hat gummies for the first time when they first hit stores starting September 1.

Then, starting September 28, retailers across the country will start selling the candy.

The suggested retail price, according to Ferrara, is between $1.99 and $3.69.

The gummy bears will be available in either 4-ounce or 6-ounce packages.

Additionally, customers who purchase the sweet treat can earn $5 in rewards to enjoy Wonka in person and even enter for a chance to win a Warner Bros. Studio Hollywood Deluxe Tour.

“Just text me ‘WONKA’ to the code (811811) found on packs of Wonka Magic Hat Gummies to automatically win to win,” Ferrara said.

Ferrara calls the candy a “limited edition,” meaning it won’t be around forever.


As Walmart fans eagerly wait to get their hands on the candy, they’ll want to keep an eye out for more news surrounding the store.

On the one hand, the retailer is expanding its in-store advertising and is offering free samples at demo stations in the participating branches on the weekends.

Customers can scan product QR codes with their phones for access to meal ideas, online shopping options and seasonal information.

A change has also been made to Walmart+, which is now cheaper for those on government support and can now save 50 percent annually or monthly.

That means membership is only $6.47 per month, or $49 for a full year.

There’s also good news for Walmart fans who are fed up with plastic bags.

Now buyers have the option to collect their items without them.

To learn more about new items, Starbucks has unveiled its fall lineup.

And Costco has launched a new baked good that customers are loving.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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