Marshmallow-Only Lucky Charms Are Magical, But Very Limited
Somebody better warn "Lucky" that I'm after his Lucky Charms, but only the marshmallows.
Just a few weeks ago, I was over the "blue moon" (intentional pun) when I discovered that Amazon.com is selling a 40-pound bag of Lucky Charms marshmallows, but the price was ridiculous, and I honestly didn't know where they were coming from. It looked like someone took the time to separate those delicious little sugary marshmallows from the oats and was selling them in a clear plastic trash bag. Talk about sketchy.
Now, it's time for the good news.
On March 19, Lucky Charms sent out one the best Instagram posts I've seen since I joined the social media platform:
Pardon my French, but this is flippin' amazing, and I feel as though I have a new mission in life: acquire one of these boxes before they're gone for good.
That's the catch, though; these limited editions of Lucky Charms are indeed limited to only 15,000 boxes.
With an estimated 7.53 billion people in the world and only 15,000 boxes in supply, the odds of obtaining one of these pots of gold are slim to none, but I have high hopes and you should, too. I mean, these are marshmallows without the oats I'm talking about here.
Each box will contain rainbow and unicorn shaped marshmallows and promise to be a magical part of your complete breakfast.
Here's how to enter the contest:
1.) Purchase a box of Lucky Charms at your local and convenient grocery store.
2.) Find the code you'll need to enter the contest.
3.) Enter the #MarshmallowOnlyClub below:
4.) Sit back and hope for the best.
The Lucky Charms slogan "Magically Delicious" just took it to the next level and I plan on doing everything and anything in my power to get one of these marshmallow-only boxes, and I mean at all cost, whatever I have to do.