What will you and your kids be for Halloween?

Halloween is one of the most social occasions of the year. From schools, to offices, to the local grocery store – Halloween fans (including pets)
love to dress up and get in the spirit.


This year Halloween is Sunday night, which means you can get extra mileage out of your costume, by going out Saturday night too. Saturday night is perfect for neighborhood parties; bringing the kids to
Grandma’s for a Trick or Treat dry run; or for an adult night on the
town.


Have you picked your Halloween costume yet?


Shopping online is the best place to look for Halloween costumes. Check out Halloween blog sites to get great ideas for costumes, decorating, and more.
Whether you are looking for something completely original, or going for a
“tried and true” favorite (angel, devil, clown, etc) – shop online to
find the best selection and the lowest
price
.


Sears.com and Kmart.com have amazing Halloween collections and tons of Halloween costumes on sale. Plus, from now until October 31, if you shop at Sears.com or Kmart.com and pay
with eBillme, you can save $10 off orders $50+ with an eBillme coupon
code!


So, who will you be for Halloween? Share your ideas with me. Happy Halloween everyone!

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