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Groupon - Chocolate Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at HeXX Chocolate - Limited Time

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  1. Sonya

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    Groupon- Chocolate Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at HeXX Chocolate - Limited Time

    What You'll Get

    Choose Between Two Options

    • $24 for a HeXXperience chocolate tour and tasting for two people ($40 value)
    • $45 for a HeXXperience chocolate tour and tasting for four people ($80 value)
    HeXX Chocolate + Confexxions
    Guests get a first-hand view of how small batch artisanal chocolate is made along with a tasting. HEXX’s bean-to-bar process sources ingredients from farms around the equator, using only cacao beans and organic palm sugar. Visitors view how cocoa beans are sorted for quality and are taken through the tempering process to see how HEXX creates chocolates with a variety of flavors. Guests can enjoy a 10-piece tasting and take home two selections.

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    I purchased one of these ($18) and I'm unsure of where to go/how to redeem this.
    Has anyone done this through Groupon? (or just through HEXX)
    I have no idea what to expect, - I'll post a review of this after my trip.
     
  3. Sonya

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    Once you are logged in, you go to my groupons and print out the voucher. This Groupon says you need to make a reservation at least 24 hours in advance. When you show up, just give them your voucher (or you may be able to show them the code from the app) and you should be all set.
     
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    Thank you Sonya!
    Was not aware I had to make reservations 24 hours in advance.
    That could have been disappointing/embarrassing!
     
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    Glad I mentioned it then. :) They also have a link to a doc file that says no open toed shoes or flip flops, etc inside the facility. You might want to look.

    The Fine Print:
    Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must reserve time slot 24 hours in advance. Space is limited per tour. Children under 12 years old are free. No pets or animals of any kind allowed in chocolate kitchen. Failure to comply with rules will result in expulsion from kitchen. Tax is not included and will be collected after the tour. See the rules that apply to all guests.

    Hope you go and post a review. It sounds interesting, but I've got no Vegas trips on the calendar again this year. :(
     
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    Wonder if they'll charge a CNF on this, too...o_O
     
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    What the heck???
    I'll bet they charge CNF fee and THEN tack taxes on the CNF fee too!
    Those Dirty Bastages!

    I will be sure to post a review and update on the tax/CNF situation.
     
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    I did this a few weeks ago. If you have the Groupon app, you can just show them the voucher from the app. You do not need to print anything out. I think the extra charges were about $3.00, but I don't remember for sure.
     
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