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Amazon’s deal of the day is a mystery, and you wont find out what’s inside until it arrives

Do you like surprises? Do you like delicious snacks? Well today is your lucky day, because Amazon has you covered on both fronts. The company has a nifty package called Prime Surprise Sweets that you can buy anytime for between $18 and $20. The contents are a mystery — all Amazon will tell you is that when it arrives, the package will contain at least four different full-sized sweet treats that are "top-notch.
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