Halloween is approaching quickly and, of course, many people are waiting until the last minute to buy candy and other items they need. In fact, some of the best deals won’t be available until just days before the holiday. However, Costco Halloween candy and costumes are the same great price throughout the entire month of October. So, without further ado, here are the best Halloween goodies you’ll find at Costco.
Costco Halloween Candy
You’ll find some of the best deals at Costco for the holiday in the candy section of the store. You can expect to find the following deals at your local Costco.
- Airheads Xtremes (24-count): Costco is offering a 24-count of these treats for $11.99.
- Charms Blow Pops (100-count): Pay just $10.49 for 100 Blow Pops.
- Chocolate Factory Halloween Gift Tower: If you are looking for a Halloween gift or something to bring to the office, pick up a chocolate gift tower for $29.99.
- Dia de Los Muertos Three-Tier Candy Tower: Individuals who recognize Dia de Los Muertos can also pick up a decorative candy tower for $34.99.
- Hershey’s Chocolate Variety Pack (30-count): Thirty full-size candy bars will run you $13.99 at Costco.
- Hershey’s Miniatures (56 oz): Hershey’s Miniatures, which is a popular Halloween treat, will cost $13.99.
- Jolly Rancher Hard Candy (80 oz): A large bag of Jolly Ranchers is $11.49 for the holiday.
- Costco Kirkland Signature All Chocolate Mix (5.6 lbs): These candies are all on sale as well, with the all-chocolate mix running around $18.99.
- Kirkland Signature Funhouse Treats (5.75 lbs): Grab the generic brand of Funhouse treats (nearly 6 lbs) cost $15.99.
- Costco Kirkland Signature Mini Favorites (5 lbs): Miniatures of the Kirkland brand will cost $17.99 for a 5-pound bag.
- Kirkland Signatures Sunshine Candy Mix (530-count): This candy mix costs just $13.49 for 530 pieces.
- Mars Chocolates Full-Size Bars (30-count): Full-sized Mars chocolate bars will cost $16.29 for 30.
- Mars Variety Pack (30-count): You’ll pay the same $16.29 for a variety pack of Mars candy.
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures (105-count): Get 105 Reese’s minis for $9.99.
- Starburst (54 oz): A 54-ounce bag of individually wrapped Starburst costs $7.69 at Costco.
- Swedish Fish (24-count): Get 24 two-ounce bags of Swedish fish for $15.99.
- Tootsie Pops (100-count): One hundred Tootsie Pops costs just $10.49.
- Tootsie Rolls (760-count): Classic Tootsie Rolls cost $8.99 for 760 of the candies.
- Wonka Laffy Taffy (145-count): Laffy Taffy, another Halloween favorite, will cost $8.29 for a 145-count package.
- York Peppermint Patties (84 oz.): An 84-ounce package of York Peppermint Patties costs $14.99.
Halloween Costumes at Costco
Costco Halloween candy isn’t the only thing the wholesale retailer has to offer for the holiday. Although their costume section isn’t extensive, there are a few options for parents and kids alike. Here they are.
- Black Panther 2-in-1Reversible Muscle Chest Shirt & Mask: Black Panther costumes at Costco cost just $19.97.
- LumaGlo LED Crossbelt: LED Crossbelts can be helpful with safety on Halloween. Each costs $39.99 at Costco.
- Teetot Kid’s Costumes: Most of the kid’s costumes cost $29.99. Options from the Teetot collection include Butterfly Princess, Enchanted Princess, Fighter Pilot, Four-Armed Alien, Pink Petal Fairy, Pirate Princess, Skeleton Knight, and Sparkly Mermaid.
- Women’s Cape with Collar & Hood (Black or Silver): You can also grab a cape for $39.99.
Other Halloween Items Available
Although candy and costumes are the larger parts of celebrating Halloween, Costco offers a number of other deals as well.
Events and Attractions
First, Costco generally offers discounted tickets to events and attractions throughout the year. This includes horror nights and haunted houses. Here’s what they are offering this year.
- California’s Great America Haunt: Costco is offering members two tickets to this attraction for $72.99.
- Hawes Farms Extreme Terror VIP Pass: VIP tickets to this event can be purchased for $39.99.
- LEGOLAND California 2-Day Hopper (Plus Brick-or-Treat Ticket): Costco is offering this experience for $79.99 per ticket.
- Queen Mary Dark Harbor Admission: Get two tickets to this Halloween-themed horror fest for just $79.99.
- Shocktoberfest Triple Combo Pass: You’ll also be able to get special admission to this event for $24.99.
- Slaughterhouse VIP Package (Tucson): You can get a VIP pass to this Tucson attraction for $44.99.
- Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Tickets: Tickets for this event start at $82.99 at Costco (normally $99).
- Valley of Fear VIP Fear Pass: Valley of Fear VIP passes will cost $39.99 each at Costco.
You’ll also be able to grab some awesome Halloween decor at the wholesale retailer. These are just a few of the decorations available, along with their prices.
- 18″ Halloween LED Lantern: Grab a few festive lanterns for $19.97 each.
- 60″ Pose-N-Stay Skeleton With LED Eyes: This skeleton stands five feet tall and costs just $29.97.
- 76″ Looming Phantom: Standing over six feet tall, you can get this decoration for $49.97.
- 83″ Animated Butler: The tallest of Costco’s haunting decorations costs $79.97 (and it is so worth it).
- Cemetery LED Tombstone: You can get an LED tombstone for the front yard for $49.97.
- Halloween Skull Wreath: If you’re looking for something more traditional, you can also pick up a skull wreath for $19.97.
It is important to note that item availability and prices may vary by location. If you have specific questions about what your Costco is offering this Halloween, you can pay them a visit or give them a call. You can also get a good idea of deals available by checking out the Costco October 2018 Coupon Book.
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