The prices of Halloween costumes can be downright scary! These deals will help unmask some savings to make your shopping a treat.
There's no need to pay retail at those Halloween stores that pop up this time of year. Spirit Halloween stores offer a 20% discount on your next purchase. The clerk will take your email address, and then send the 20% coupon. You might want to buy a very inexpensive item, and then return for your bigger purchase. Halloween City is offering a 20% off coupon on its website. Party City is offering a coupon for $15 off a purchase of $75, but you have to use it by October 10th.
Craigslist is another great spot to find used Halloween costumes. Kids grow so fast, chances are these costumes have only been worn once.
You'll most likely pay pennies on the dollar, but be careful when meeting someone to make your purchase. A public place with a lot of other people is a good idea.
Goodwill is a popular spot for costume ideas, and offers weekly discounts that could save you even more. You'll enjoy senior discounts on Wednesdays and military discounts on Tuesdays.
How about Homemade? We've found links to a couple of fun websites where you can design your own costume and save even more.
Please remember, all offers are subject to availability and product providers may end these offers at any time.
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