Halloween deals are already here: 8 from Sears, Groupon, and more

Halloween is still weeks away, but that hasn't stopped a ton of merchants from releasing spook-tacular coupons and discounts. A roundup of the best early Halloween deals from the Disney Store, Pottery Barn, and more. 

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Handmade miniature mummies and pumpkins as Halloween decor, in Concord, N.H.

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

The Best Early Halloween Deals

Groupon: Up to 74% off Halloween items

  • Details: Prices on costumes, accessories, candy, and decor have been slashed by up to 74% in this sale, so you're sure to find all kinds of Halloween swag. For example, these Women of Battle Halloween Costumes start at $29.99, offering up to $157 in savings. Shipping adds $3.99, or get free shipping with orders of $24.99 or more.

Veil Entertainment Store via Newegg: Up to 65% off Halloween items, extra 10% off via "VEILENT10"

  • Details: The coupon above cuts an extra 10% off already-discounted prices in this Newegg third-party merchant's Halloween sale. For instance, this Loftus Realistic Severed Gory Leg Prop falls to $6.25, a $6 low. Everything qualifies for free shipping, and the deal ends October 31.

Spirit Halloween: 20% off one item via "20OFF2014"

  • Details: Take your pick of costumes, accessories, and decor and then take 20% off one item via "20OFF2014". Shipping starts at $4.99 and the coupon ends November 2.

Disney Store: 25% off kids' Halloween costumes and accessories

  • Details: Discounted prices are as marked in this costume sale. You'll score popular designs like the Disney Boys' Buzz Lightyear 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".

Pottery Barn Kids: 20% off kids' Halloween items, free shipping on costumes and treat bags

  • Details: No tricks here, and no coupon codes either! After this flat discount, the Pottery Barn Kids Cat Soft Treat Bucket drops to $9.99, a $10 savings. Shipping starts at $6 for other items.

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 $17.49, a $63 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/best-halloween-deals/

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