Did you wait until the last minute to buy your Halloween Costume? No worries, Tully's How-To guide will show you some tricks on finding last-minute Halloween costumes while treating yourself and not overpaying for something you'll only wear once.
MarketWatch.com says in order to save money on your costumes there are seven things you must do. My favorite is skipping the pop-up Halloween stores and shopping at your local thrift stores — which often have full costumes or plenty of masks to choose from. To read the full list from Market Watch, click here.
After comparing some prices, I found that if you're an Amazon Prime member you can shop the official Halloween Section and get free shipping. If you waited until the week of Halloween to get your costume they'll be around $5 to $10 cheaper than what you'll find at the store — plus you'll have many more options than if you go to an actual store.
Want to know the best trick to saving money on a Halloween costume? Plan ahead to next year! On November 1 the prices on costumes will start getting slashed.
If you didn't know, Americans will spend an estimated $9 billion for costumes this year — that's pretty scary in itself — so use these tricks to treat yourself to an affordable last-minute Halloween costume.