Hershey’s Red White & Blue Cookies ‘N’ Creme Bars Now Available at Walmart

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Man holding red white and blue hershey's bars in patriotic attire

Stetson found Hershey’s patriotic new candy at Walmart! 🎆

Hershey’s gave its Cookies ‘N’ Creme bar a patriotic makeover for summer, and you’ll definitely want to stock up on this new candy in time for July 4th.

Imagine the festive s’mores you could make with these in place of traditional chocolate!


Hershey's Red White Blue Bar on table

Inside each very patriotic wrapper is a Hershey’s creamy white chocolate bar infused with crunchy red, white, and blue cookie bits. Stetson found these new Cookies ‘N’ Creme bars at Walmart, where they’re sold in packages of six for $3.48. They’re also sold at Target for $4.89 both in-store and online.

Hershey's red white and blue Cookies N Creme bars

If you like Stetson’s hat and shirt, you may also want to take a quick walk through Walmart’s seasonal section, where you’ll find lots of fun patriotic gear to help you celebrate July 4th in style! And don’t forget to grab a pair of Walmart slides while you’re there too!


Make this Patriotic Trifle for an easy red, white, and blue dessert!

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Comments 18

  1. Andrea

    Do u know if they are chocolate cookies like the original? Do they taste the same?

    • Tiff0820

      They do taste the same, we got them about 3wks a go at Walmart for s’mores, they are all gone haha

      • Andrea

        Awesome! Thank you.

      • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

        Thanks for sharing, Tiff! Stetson just replied back the same thoughts – “It taste exactly like the regular cookies and cream to me. Just a little more fun.”

  2. Valerie0408

    I must admit I’m disappointed seeing these pictures of Stetson out and about not wearing a mask.

    • Jessica

      To each their own, masks are an OPTION, not a requirement 😊

      • Valerie0408

        My opinion. Your comment not required.

        • Jessica

          Neither was yours 😉

          • Valerie0408

            So let’s promote not wearing a mask where your promoting to go buy something at a store in public where there will be many shoppers going to get the deal. Try setting a good example for shopping in stores to promote good health. It’s not required but it is the right thing to do for the huge audience this site is reaching. Be courteous

            • orangeblue

              Just as a reminder, not all states say you have to wear a mask to go in a store. Each state is different so it’s possible that where Stentson lives it is not a requirement to wear a mask, it could just be a recommendation. I know I live in a state where it is required to wear one and a store can deny service without one. It would be helpful to just keep in mind that the “rules” differ from state to state as each state doing what they need to protect their people. No need to judge people especially in today’s society

              • MammaK

                Well said

              • Valerie0408

                The mob mentality of these comments against me voicing my opinion is definitely not the way to go about this. I am not judging by any means but you all are quick to jump on me to correct for MY opinion! Don’t preach to me about judging…look in the mirror.

                • orangeblue

                  I wasn’t Judging just stating a fact about mask wearing, I’m sorry you feel ganged up on as my comment wasn’t ment for judgmental purpose

            • Amber

              Masks don’t prevent the spread of the virus. Regardless, Stetson (and hip2save in general) isn’t responsible for other people’s health. I mean, why don’t you scold him for buying the hershey bars, while you’re at. More people die from diabetes than from covid. Perhaps because people are able to make their own decisions…..

              • Moira

                I need to point out that masks DO help prevent the spread of the virus. It doesn’t protect the wearer from getting COVID-19, but if the wearer if asymptomatic/not yet showing symptoms, it’ll prevent the wearer from passing the virus to other people.

                • Amber

                  That’s untrue. If the mask doesn’t stop the virus from coming in it’s not going to stop it from going out.

  3. Pat

    You are grooving out in that hat, Derby!

  4. Pat

    Actually, this candy looks really gross. Yuk!

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