Only 2 days until Halloween ,AND I’m on the lookout for the last minute deals….
Cheap costumes “From USA Today-Courtney Jespersen, NerdWallet”
Costumes are plentiful and affordable at Walmart, where a kit to turn yourself into a human emoticon costs $10. Walmart customers can buy almost any of the company’s in-store Halloween merchandise online for pickup at a store while items are available.
Kmart.com has over 5,000 different costumes for sale — some up to 50% off — but the retailer is offering an additional incentive to shop in store. On Oct. 29, Freebie Saturday, children 12 and younger can walk away with a free Halloween pail.
If you’re looking for a last-minute costume but don’t want to fight crowds of procrastinators, sign up for the email newsletter at HalloweenCostumes.com. It will unlock shipping offers at the costume store, including Saturday delivery from $14.99 (regularly from $34.99) when ordering Oct. 27-28, or Monday delivery from $14.99 when ordering Oct. 28-29.
Dressing yourself is only half the battle. Discounted decorations for your home are abundant in the countdown to Oct. 31, if you know where to look. Select harvest decor is 50% off throughout October at Joss & Main. These decorations will last you through Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Jet.com has deals on indoor and outdoor decor. Plus, if you’ve never shopped at Jet.com, you get 15% off your first three orders with code TRIPLE15. Some exclusions apply, and your order must be a minimum of $35. At Target, shoppers who spend at least $30 on Halloween products can save $5 online and in store through Oct. 29.
And don’t forget about Dollar Tree. Glow-in-the-dark lawn signs, party supplies, drawstring bags and more are $1 each. Selection may vary by store.