Spirit Halloween is known for its terrifying, screaming animatronic decor, friendly staff and—most of all—their insane selection of Halloween costumes, which, in addition to being spooky and snazzy is also inclusive, featuring kids' wheelchair costumes and plus size choices to boot. Because there are so many options, we're here to narrow down the best of the bunch based on style, creativity and ratings from fellow Halloween enthusiasts. First, though, here's the lowdown on Spirit Halloween as a whole so you know what you're getting into:
When Does Spirit Halloween Open?
Spirit Halloween opens in late August every year, though individual stores' exact dates sometimes vary.
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When Does Spirit Halloween Close for the Season?
Spirit Halloween doesn't close on actual Halloween! You have until early November to get your spooky goodies. In fact, it's a good time to stock up for next year.
What Costumes Are At Spirit Halloween?
Spirit Halloween has, literally, almost every Halloween costume you could imagine. Their website breaks it down into categories that range from decades (the "Roaring '20s" through the 1990s) and themes, including various animals (bats, bears, cats, deer, pandas, lions, peacocks and wolves, to name a few), characters (including princesses, superheroes and horror movie icons), dinosaurs, food items, a wide range of professions (cop, firefighter, nurse, doctor, etc.) and sizes from kids to plus—almost anything you can think of, from silly to scary to sweet, can be found here. And if they don't have the full ensemble you dreamed up, they have plenty of individual accessories, wigs, makeup kits and other macabre goodies to create your own customized costume idea.
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How Much Are Spirit Halloween Costumes?
Spirit Halloween costumes vary in price depending on the brand, the style and the season, but the lowest priced women's costume pieces range from this Dr. Seuss component for $3.99 to this full nun costume for $21.99 to this serious Wonder Woman number for $329.99. For babies, this nerdy number is just $4.97 while this elaborate sea turtle will run you $74.99. Toddlers run from this $12.97 Olivia to this faux-furry Simba for $59.99. Your kids can be Mordecai or a red ninja for $9.97—or they can save up their allowance to splurge on a Halo master chief for a whopping $324.99. The store and online shop frequently have coupons and deals, so you're likely to score a discount if you look hard enough.
So which costumes can you purchase at Spirit Halloween? Click through our gallery to see some options and get ready to rock some scarily stunning Spirit Halloween hauls!
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