Reese’s Is Celebrating the 2024 Olympics With These Gold Medal-Shaped Chocolate Bars

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The 2024 Olympics will see the best of the best athletes complete to win the gold and to celebrate, Reese’s has teamed up with Team USA again. Whether or not you’ve scored travel deals to watch the games in person in Paris, the candy brand wants to make you feel like a winner with the release of new chocolate-shaped Reese medals.

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This is the first summer shape that Reese’s has ever released, but it will only be around for a limited-time. You can buy Reese’s Medals in stores or you can order the chocolate and peanut butter snack through online retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Target.

The chocolate medals are available in single packs, king size bars and bags, with prices starting as low as $2. Just like all of Reese’s limited-edition seasonal shapes though, you’ll only be able to enjoy this chocolate medal for a short period of time. To help you stock up on your own Team USA-approved sweet treats, we put the snacks below for you to buy now.

reese's medals packaging
reese's medals packaging

Reeses Peanut Butter Milk Chocolate Medals


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Rather than indulge in just one piece of Reese’s Medals, you can pick up a two-pound bag of the chocolates. Each one contains the snack-sized candy individually wrapped in a special-edition foil.

If you don’t want an entire bag of Reese’s Medals, there are also smaller options you can buy online.

orange and yellow reese's medals packaging
orange and yellow reese's medals packaging

Reese's Milk Chocolate & Peanut Butter Medals Bar King


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Treat yourself to the king-sized Reese’s Medals, which come with multiple pieces of the candy so you can have one now and another later — or, if you’re feeling generous you can share it with a friend.

The official campaign for the summer-themed candy is titled “Legend vs. Newcomer” and aims to spotlight U.S. Olympic and Paralympic gold medalists and hopefuls, including U.S. Olympic soccer gold medalist Alex Morgan, U.S. Paralympic para swimming gold medalist Jessica Long, U.S. Olympic soccer hopeful Sophia Smith and U.S. Paralympic para swimming hopeful Haven Shepherd.

How to Watch the 2024 Olympics

This year, the 2024 Olympics will commence on Friday (July 26) and you have the option to livestream the games and events through NBC’s official streaming platform, Peacock. If you’d prefer to watch through live TV streamers, there are some affordable streaming options that’ll provide you access to channels including NBC, USA Network, E! and the Golf Channel, which are all covering the 2024 Olympics.

Check below to see the official Reese’s Medals campaign video.