Halloween Candy Buy-Out Programs in Greenville, SC

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Greenville Candy Buy-Back Programs: Did your kids bring home too much Halloween candy? Don’t worry! We have several dentists in Greenville to take that candy and exchange it for something that won’t result in a sugar overload or rot on their teeth. Plus, some of that candy will be shipped overseas to our American soldiers who will enjoy a treat.

Greenville Dental Studio

Bring Halloween candy in for a donation.

Times: Greenville Dental Studio will participate in a candy buy-back program for two days in the first week of November. Drop off during business hours. Greenville Dental Studio is accepting candy Tuesday, November 1st, and Thursday, November 3rd, 2022.

Location:  644 North Main Street Suite 111, Greenville

Greer Pediatric Dental

They will buy your Halloween candy for $1 per pound, up to five pounds.

Times: Parents can drop off candy the first week of November on the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd from 6:30 am to 12 pm and 1:15 to 4 pm. The clinic will be closed Friday.

Location: 3115 Brushy Creek Road, Greer

Palmetto Family Orthodontics

Palmetto Family Orthodontics will buy candy for $1 a pound and then donate it to local charities and overseas troops.

Times: Mondays – Thursdays the first two weeks of November, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: 501 Verdae Boulevard, Greenville

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Don’t miss our: 2022 Halloween & Trick or Treating Guide and our list of our Readers’ Favorite Pediatric Dentists!

If you hear of any more candy buy-back programs in the Greenville area, please let us know in the comments!

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7 years ago

Good Morning, We have a program we call cash for candy and I would love to talk to you about getting included on this list. Our program runs the first two weeks of November, Monday – Thursday between 8:00-5:00. We give a dollar to the child for each pound of candy they bring in and donate a dollar to their school as well. We also let the child pick from a prize box after turning in their candy. The candy that we receive goes to the Ronald McDonald house if it can melt and the rest to troops over seas.… Read more »

Stephanie Harvley
5 years ago
Reply to  Carson Perry

Yes we have bags of let over Halloween candy left and we are in desperate need of help with Christmas. Any ideas

5 years ago

Just called Holly Tree Pediatric Dentistry (the sponsor of this post with the large ad at the top). They informed me today, 11/06, is the last day of their buy-out, not tomorrow, 11/07, as listed above. Sadly, they will not honor the ad above, and there is no way for us to get there in time today. It would be prudent for them to stand behind their printed word. Thought you would like to know since you will likely hear from other readers tomorrow when they realize this as well.