Adam Campbell-Schmitt
Updated October 24, 2016

Every year on Halloween costumed kids (and sweet-toothed adults) come home with their personal hoards of hard-earned treats in bags, buckets and pillowcases alike. Of course, each individual has their own taste, and not every neighbor's candy choice is going to cut it. Hence, the great post-trick-or-treat bartering session begins!

But how can you be sure you're getting a good deal for your unwanted goodies? Here's a streamlined look at the exchange rate between chocolate bars, candy corn and everything in between. (Did you know Skittles and M&M's trade at a 1-to-1 ratio?) Sure, it's incomplete. Sure, it's controversial. But what the heck—let's call it official!

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