Is The Jelly Belly Treasure Hunt Website a Scam?

Is The Jelly Belly Treasure Hunt Website a Scam?

The "Jelly Belly Treasure Hunt" is not a scam. The founder of The Jelly Belly jelly beans is giving away one of his candy factories as part of a nationwide treasure hunt. David Klein, the founder of The Jelly Belly jelly beans and Tricky Treasures, is hiding Gold Tickets nationwide for anyone to find. Anyone who joins at least one treasure hunt will be eligible to search for the ultimate treasure, the key to one of Klein’s candy factories and an all-expenses-paid trip and education to a candy-making university.

You can join one of the treasure hunts at or on their Facebook page at:

How To Play The Jelly Belly Treasure Hunt

Each Treasure Hunt Game will have a game location and start date and cost $49.98 to play(this is the cost for the riddle). The registered person who purchased the game play will be signed up in a private forum. You must have a facebook account.

The day and time your treasure hunt starts, you will receive the riddle in your group.

You will be looking for a Gold Ticket in the form of a necklace with a tag that includes a code you need to use to verify your find. Winners will receive $5,000.

Gold Ticket codes must be submitted to with the location it was found.

All Treasure Hunt players will be eligible to join in on The Ultimate Treasure Hunt where David Klein give away one of his candy factories.

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  • September 17, 2020 at 9:58 AM by an anonymous user from: Orem, Utah, United States

    It is a complete scam. A ponzI scheme. You have to pay to play, then the money collected pays for

    them to build a CBC jelly bean store. You get a key. No ownership, just a key..

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