Reese’s is Deploying a Trick-Or-Treat Door Full Of FREE King-Size Candy this Halloween

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costumed children getting candy from Reese's Trick or Treat door

This special door is delivering treats to select neighborhoods this Halloween!

The Hershey Company will be delivering trick or treating directly to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup fans this Halloween with a robotic Reese’s Trick-or-Treat Door!

This 9′ tall rolling door provides a contactless trick-or-treat option that brings Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups right to trick or treaters, wherever they are. It’s operated by remote control and features spooky effects like smoke, lights, and its own Halloween soundtrack.

girl getting candy from mail slot on door

When this door rolls up to you on Halloween, just say “trick or treat” and it will dispense a king-size package of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups from its mail slot!

This Halloween is unlike any other, so we’ve upped the ante on creativity as a result. A robotic Reese’s dispensing door is just what the world needs right now! – Allen Dark, Reese’s senior brand manager.

Reese's door rolling down a residential hill

If you want this one-of-a-kind robotic door to make an appearance in your town on Halloween, you can nominate your neighborhood via the brand’s social media. Visit @Reeses on Instagram and tell them where to find you, using #ReesesDoor!

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Comments 13

  1. SusanAlyssaTurner

    That would be awesome!!!!

  2. Patty

    I want to be in that neighborhood!!! Yum!

  3. ccmama

    I can see the long line and this empty within an hour

    • briannarenee

      An hour of happy kids!!!!

    • Me

      Me too. With all good intentions I don’t see this promoting social distancing. I DO see it also promoting vandalism or someone emptying the whole thing or like you said, a crowd of kids.

      • Sue

        I agree. Someone probably will empty the whole door. One year I put out a huge bowl of candy bars on my doorstep because I had to run somewhere and when I came back all the candy was gone and I know that many kids didn’t come to my place.

      • nita

        Absolutely, with all good intentions, but this would be an open door for vandalism and trouble would get too excited and parents would also probably have a hard time controlling the situation especially in a busy neighborhood.

  4. lbc

    This is awesome!!!!

  5. Katie

    It says it’s operated by remote control which makes me think that a Reese’s employee will be nearby to supervise.

    • Teresa

      I agree. It sounds like an employee operates it. I doubt Hershey would just drop off an expensive piece of equipment like this and just leave. I’m sure they will have at least one employee overseeing things.

  6. linda Martinez

    I want to see this at my grandkids house in Everett, washington.

    • rebeccaaronsen

      I live near Everett wa! Small world !

  7. Brit

    This is a cool idea! Anything to bring the fun back to traditional Trick or Treating 🙂 I’d love to see something like this for the teal pumpkin project too!

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