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Godiva’s Giving Away Free Chocolate

If free Godiva chocolate sounds like a dream to you, you’ll be happy to hear that the dream is about to become a reality. On February 11, Godiva is giving away free chocolate at every single one of its U.S. stores. Is it just us, or is Valentine’s Day coming early this year?

All you have to do is show up to any Godiva store in the country on that Sunday, and you’ll receive a free French vanilla truffle covered in dark chocolate. Yum! The truffle already sounds delicious enough as is, but we think it’ll taste even better when it’s free (just a guess!). Whether you share the goodie with your Valentine or with yourself is totally up to you, but either way, it’s a great way to get excited about the upcoming holiday and celebrate one of our favorite things about it — sugar!

godiva french vanilla truffle

Godiva’s French vanilla truffle covered in dark chocolate. (Photo Credit: Godiva)

But even if you miss that Sunday’s freebie offer, you still have a great opportunity to get free chocolate from Godiva throughout the whole year. As Delish reports, there’s a relatively unknown rewards program offered at the company. If you register for the program on Godiva’s website, you get one free chocolate per month (and it doesn’t hurt that signing up for the program in the first place is also free!).

There’s nothing quite like Godiva chocolate when you find yourself craving some extra-indulgent treats — and this freebie is the perfect reminder we needed right about now. Why wait until the day after Valentine’s Day for a sweet deal?

h/t Delish

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