Jelly Belly founder has hidden a gold ticket: Find it and you could win one of his candy factories

Before his retirement, the creator of Jelly Belly is hosting a series of nationwide treasure hunts. He’s hiding gold tickets, which will give cash prizes to finders. Players will then be eligible for the “ultimate prize,” which is the key to one of his candy factories.

According to a report by Delish, David Klein, who founded Jelly Belly in 1976, wants to share the “fruits of his labor” before he retires. Klein is hiding a golden ticket in each state. An entry fee of $49.99 is required for those who wish to participate, in order to get access to their state’s clue, the report said.

Here’s how you can enter:

You can enter for your state on, which will also indicate what day the clue will be released, the report said.

If you successfully follow the clue and find a golden ticket (which is on a chain, like a necklace), you must submit its corresponding code, along with where you found it, to [email protected]. Upon verification, according to the games website, you’ll be rewarded $5,000.

How does one qualify for the ultimate prize?

According to the report, David Klein, known as the “The Candyman,” is actually giving away one of his factories. Anyone who participates will be given the chance to experience the “ultimate” treasure hunt. Winner of this portion will be given “the key to one of David Klein’s candy factories and an all-expenses paid trip and education to a candy-making university,” the report said.

Terms and conditions for the contest:

Those interested should sign up early, as participants are limited to 1,000 per hunt, the report said. A free 40 piece CBD 10mg Jelly Bean pack will be given to all those who sign up.

All terms and conditions can be found on the gold ticket website.


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