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Where Can I Buy A Wonka Chocolate Bar? Find out how much and where in the world You Can Buy One!

Updated on August 1, 2012

Are you looking for a golden ticket?

Charlie and the chocolate factory is perhaps one of Rold Dahl's most beloved books - so much so in fact that it ended up being turned into two full feature length films!

Based on the adventure of an underprivileged young boy who wins access to the elusive chocolate factory run by eccentric Willy Wonka, one of the most famous parts of the book is perhaps the chocolate made at his factory.

The chocolate (said in the book to be the best in the world) inspired real-world manufacturers to actually produce a tangible chocolate bar branded and based on the creations in Rold Dahl's fictional chocolate factory.

The problem is - particularly if you live in the UK - nowhere seems to sell Wonka bars!

Don't worry, all is not lost however - they do sell them some places. And the world today is such that anything you can't buy in your own country can be bought online. If you want a direct link to getting Wonka bars delivered straight to your door, just click here.

How much is a Wonka bar?

A Wonka bar isn't expensive - though you might be led to believe so by the popularity of the Wonka bar.

If you're buying in bulk online, you could expect to pay around $30 for a box of 24 - which works out about £20 in British wonga.

Remember though, that buying internationally will usually have fairly high shipping charges attached... the question is, how badly do you want a Wonka bar?


Unlike the book, finding a golden ticket will not guarantee you a tour around Wonka's chocolate factory!


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