Halloween shopping? The best early deals on costumes, candy, and more.

Halloween coupons and discounts are already starting to pop up, even though October is still days away. Read on to see the best early Halloween deals from the Disney Store, Pottery Barn Kids, Spirit Halloween, and more. 

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Halloween decorations are in trees in front of Mister Ed's Elephant Museum & Candy Shop, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 along Chambersburg Road, Orrtanna, Pa. Retailers are starting to roll out their Halloween deals as October nears.

October is still days away, but that hasn't stopped a ton of merchants from releasing spook-tacular Halloween coupons and discounts. That means you can scoop up this year's more popular offerings now, and get to skip the mad Halloween rush later. Read on to see the best early Halloween deals from the Disney Store, Pottery Barn Kids, Spirit Halloween, and more!

The Best Early Halloween Deals

Disney Store: 25% off Halloween costumes and accessories
Details: Discounted prices are as marked in this costume sale. You'll score popular designs like the Disney Girls' Merida Costume, which has been slashed to $33.71 (an $11 savings). Shipping starts at $4.95, or spend $75 or more to bag free shipping via coupon code "SHIPMAGIC".

Costume SuperCenter via Newegg: 10% off costumes via "COSTUMESC10"
Details: This third-party merchant discounts thousands of costumes via the coupon above. For example, this Men's Skeleton Zombie Cowboy Costume falls to $42.26, a $15 low. Everything qualifies for free shipping, and the deal ends October 31.

Pottery Barn Kids: 20% off Halloween treat bags
Details: No tricks here, and no coupon codes either! After this flat discount, bags like thePottery Barn Kids Skull Treat Bag drop as low as $11.50. With free shipping on everything, you'll save as much as $5 off. Plus, these bags can be personalized for an additional $8.50.

Lens.com: $20 off Halloween contact lens orders over $225 via "SCHOOL-14UP"

Details: Choose "Halloween contact lenses" from the "lens type" dropdown menu on the homepage to see this site's full selection. For instance, the coupon above will get you a pair of Dragon Contact Lenses for $399.98, which is a $20 savings. Better yet, get free shipping on all qualifying orders. Coupon ends September 30.

Spirit Halloween: Up to $50 off $150 via "DAYOFDEAD", or 20% off one item via "20OFF2014"
Details: Take your pick of costumes, accessories, and decor and then take $10 off a $50 order,$20 off $75, $30 off $100, or $50 off $150 or more with coupon code "DAYOFDEAD". Alternatively, you can knock 20% off one item (with no minimum purchase required) via "20OFF2014". The codes won't stack and shipping starts at $4.99. Deal ends September 29.

Sears: Up to 20% off plus an extra 10% off costumes and decor, stacking coupons
Details: Discounted prices are marked (including the extra 10% off) in this sale, where you'll find loads of costumes and decorations. What's more, "SEARS5OFF50" takes $5 off select $50 orders, while "SEARS35OFF300" knocks $35 off $300 or more. (The codes don't stack and some exclusions apply.) Many orders bag free shipping; otherwise, you can opt for in-store pickup.

BrylaneHome: Up to 70% off Halloween decor plus 30% off one item via "BHCOMEBACK"
Details: This already-excellent decor sale gets better when you take an extra 30% off your highest-priced item with the coupon above. For instance, this Crawling Ghoul with Lighted Eyes falls to $20.99, a $59 savings. Shipping starts at $5.99.

Orange Onions: 25% off Halloween decorations, costumes, and pet costumes via "HALLOWEEN"
Details: After the coupon, pet costume prices start at around $5, costumes for people start at $7, and decorations start at $7. Shipping adds a flat $2.99. Coupon expires October 31.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for Dealnews.com, where this article first appeared: http://dealnews.com/features/Shop-the-Best-Early-Halloween-Sales-on-Costumes-Decor-and-More/1158028.html

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