Halloween Deals & Offers

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Halloween Deals and Offers

Halloween is one of the most fun and vibrant holidays in the United States. For one day a year, people get to dress up, hang up spooky decorations, watch Halloween movies on TV and celebrate one of the most unique holidays of the year. Nearly everyone participates in Halloween regardless of their religious or cultural beliefs. Children go door-to-door and get candy from their neighbors, making memories that they'll enjoy well into adulthood. Everyone looks forward to Halloween and the spooky celebrations that come with it.

Spirit Halloween

Spirit Halloween has every costume you’ve ever wanted, plus spooky decorations, life-size animatronics, and more. Use code 641814 for 20% off for a limited time.

Best Choice Products

Save on 3 of Best Choice Products’ biggest Halloween and fall decorations. Use code FOLLOWHUDSON from October 10-16 to get $10 off the Howling Hudson animatronic, use code FOLLOWFALL from October 17-23 for $10 off their autumn holiday wreath, and use code FOLLOWWANDA from October 24-30 for $5 off their Wicked Wanda animatronic.


Get your spooky decor with fall and Halloween pieces from Pier1 and use code FOLLOW25 for 25% savings on your purchase.


Target has plenty of spooktacular savings running now through Halloween night, like buy 1 get 1 50% off costumes, $5 off candy, 20% off Dove chocolate, and decor from $5.


Shop 100s of costumes at Halloween Costumes and enjoy 10% off your order! Use our exclusive code FOLLOW10 to redeem your savings!

Tipsy Elves

Halloween costumes, ugly sweaters for Christmas, wigs, leggings, and so much more. Use code CF20OFF for 20% off your purchase for a limited time.


Need candy right now?? Get it within a few hours, plus everything you need for groceries, alcohol, and even decorations for your Halloween party. Orders ship free on $10 or more for your first purchase!

Hot Topic

Save 20% off everything at Hot Topic with code HT20 for a limited time.

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Take up to 40% off costumes and accessories through 10/14 only.


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Save $21 off with code HALLOWEEN at all your favorite spooky local restaurants and cafes. Only valid 10/29-11/2.


On-demand 30-min alcohol delivery or 2-day shipping. Perfect for celebrating the holidays! Use our exclusive code SPOOKYSCARY7 to get $7 off your next purchase. Exp 11/1

100% Pure

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Previous Halloween Deals and Discounts

Stores and restaurants celebrate Halloween by offering special deals before, during and after the holiday. Here's a look at some of the deals from 2020.


In 2020, Applebee's sold Halloween-themed alcoholic drinks for only $5. They called these drinks "Spooky Sips."


7-Eleven offered a "buy-one-get-one-free" deal for their pizzas. This deal took place on October 30 and October 31. Even better, customers could take advantage of this deal twice a day.


Hardee's offered a free burger with your meal when you ordered a drink and said "Beyond Halloween" at the register. This offer was only available in Los Angeles.

Dairy Queen

On October 31, Dairy Queen offered a $1.99 kid's meal for people who ordered through the app.


IHOP offered a free pancake for kids if you stopped by on October 26 through October 30. You could order in-store or through the app to get a free pancake.

Budget-Friendly Ways to Celebrate Halloween

Traditionally, Halloween isn't a holiday that requires you to spend a lot of money. However, some people find it difficult to celebrate when they're on a budget. Here's some budget-friendly ways that you can celebrate Halloween this year.

Homemade Costumes

You don't need an expensive costume to have fun. Many people put together costumes using clothes and supplies that they have at home. You could also go with the Charlie Brown classic ghost by putting a sheet over your head and cutting out the eyeholes.


Everyone loves sitting by the fire when the temperature drops and the air is cool and crisp. Host a bonfire in your backyard for your friends, neighbors and relatives. You could roast marshmallows and invite people to tell scary stories. Most people have experienced at least one supernatural event in their lifetimes.

Learn About Other Cultures

America isn't the only country that celebrates Halloween. Take this time to learn how people celebrate Halloween in Mexico, Canada, Ireland, Scotland and other countries. Every country has a different history and set of traditions surrounding Halloween.

Make Spooky Food

If you look online, you can find hundreds of recipes for spooky treats that use cheap ingredients. For example, you could make pumpkins with clementine oranges and ghosts with string cheese. You could make an entire snack tray using ingredients that you have in your kitchen.

Learn About Halloween's Origins

The exact history behind Halloween is unclear because there are so many possible origins. Most people see Halloween as a mishmash of different cultures and religious traditions. Learn about the history behind Halloween, and see how far back you can trace the origins.

What We Like About Halloween

There's no other holiday like Halloween. For the most part, anyone can celebrate Halloween regardless of their religious beliefs. Halloween is the one day where people celebrate skeletons, witches, bats, goblins, monsters and other "spooky" symbols in popular culture. Here's a few of the reasons why people love to celebrate Halloween:

  • It's the one time of year where you get to be dark and spooky without people questioning it.
  • Kids — and teenagers and adults in some areas — dress up as any person, character or monster that they want. Some people plan elaborate costumes that they work on all year and participate in costume contests.
  • Kids get free sweets and, sometimes, bigger prizes like money or small gifts.
  • You can decorate your house with fake spider webs, graveyards, caution tape, huge spiders and other creepy decorations.
  • TV channels play classic horror movies like "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th."
  • Adults get to delight the neighborhood kids by handing out sweets and seeing all their costumes.
  • American pagans and Wiccans celebrate the holiday with their own traditions like a modern Samhain.
  • Kids have class parties and learn all about Halloween in school.
  • Children and adults listen to spooky songs like "Monster Mash."
  • With ghosts, skeletons and graveyards everywhere, some people take the time to reflect on death and what it means to them.
  • Even if you don't celebrate Halloween, you can take part in bonfires, camping trips and other events that people hold around this time.

History of Halloween

The origins of Halloween are unclear, but some historians have traced the tradition all the way back to the 600s. It's likely that the holiday pulls a lot of traditions from Celtic, pagan and Christian holidays. Some historians believe that Halloween is a Christianized version of the Gaelic holiday Samhain, which often starts on October 31. Today, countries across the world celebrate Halloween although each country has a unique set of traditions. Ireland, Scotland, Mexico, Canada and the United States are just a few countries that celebrate Halloween. While people often call the Day of the Dead "Mexican Halloween," this holiday actually has a completely different history and set of traditions.


Is there a Halloween?

Yes! Americans celebrate Halloween in the fall.

Why is Halloween celebrated?

It's hard to trace the exact origins, but Americans celebrate Halloween today because it's a fun tradition.

Which day is Halloween celebrated on?

Americans celebrate Halloween on October 31.

Thanks for shopping our better-than-trick-or-treat deals here at CouponFollow.com! We’ll continue to update this page if any new Halloween offers become available outside of these Top 20.

about the author

Tiara Rea-Palmer
Director of Partnerships
As an expert in online savings and an avid deal enthusiast, Tiara heads up retail relations at CouponFollow, where she stays up-to-date on all the best deals, discounts, and freebies, as well as negotiates exclusive coupons and offers for CouponFollow users. In her free time, you can find Tiara writing, DIY crafting on a budget, and traveling with free rewards card miles.