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Chocolate Advent Calendars have arrived!


Behind every door on your Advent Calendar is a peanut free, nut free, egg free and dairy free chocolate! A wonderful way to count down the Holiday Season, especially if your son or daughter has never been able to have such a calendar in the past!

Place an order of $45.00+ and purchase an advent calendar for $7.95 at Blue Bear Aware. This offer is valid until November 13, 2011. Place the code XAC11 in the coupon box at the check-out.*


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*This promotion cannot be applied to previous orders. This is a Blue Bear Aware credit and is not redeemable for cash. Receive an Advent Calendar for $7.95 when you place an order of $45.+ while quantities last. Sale items are not applicable to Promotion. Offer valid until Nov 13, 2011.

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