Halloween costumes can be expensive, especially if you have more than one child and you are looking to purchase costumes for each of them.
2018 Halloween spending is expected to reach a total of $9 billion, the second highest Halloween spending seen post-recession, according to National Retail Federation. NRF and Prosper’s annual Halloween Spending Survey found that seven in 10 consumers plan to celebrate this year, and they’ll spend an average of nearly $90 per person.
We went out this week looking for some of the best places to purchase costumes for a discount this season.
Target has something for everyone in your family – from notable characters like The Incredibles to Marvel characters and more, you can dress your whole family at Target.Online, you can save 20% off select Halloween costumes and accessories, see the selection here.
You have to look closely, but you can find items that are on-sale throughout the store. Online you will find the popular inflatable morph suits, use the code SCARE20 for a 20% discount online. Party City is located at Towne Centre Shopping Center, 1979 Old Fort Pkwy, Murfreesboro.
At the front of the store, you will find costumes that cater to the younger trick-or-treaters. We found most of the costumes to be less than $20. You can find TJ Maxx in Smyrna at 700 Genie Ln and Murfreesboro 1911 Old Fort Pkwy.
The Dollar Tree
JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores
All of the Halloween items are marked 50% off. Again, they don’t have complete costumes but you can find masks, tutu skirts, capes, and other accessories. Check out their website for more inspiration outfits here. Find JOANN at 1923 Old Fort Pkwy, Murfreesboro.
The possibilities here are endless, you can buy one of the many costumes they have available for purchase. Or for the DIYer, there are tons of options. The store has the racks color-coded for easy shopping and at the front of the store, you will find an inspiration book that you can browse. Find a Goodwill near you.