Halloween deals: the best place to buy your pet a costume

Halloween shipping deadlines are looming, so we've rounded up some spook-tacular sales on costumes, decor, and more. Read on to see the best Halloween deals from Hotels.com, Target, Spirit Halloween, and Chipotle, among others.

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Mr. CB, a dog wearing a costume, takes part in a Halloween parade in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo. Target has deep discounts on Halloween costumes for pets.

Halloween procrastinators, now is the time to buy if you want to score that popular costume. Halloween shipping deadlines are looming, so we've rounded up some spook-tacular sales on costumes, decor, and more. Read on to see the best Halloween deals from Hotels.com, Target, Spirit Halloween, and Chipotle, among others.

The Best Halloween Deals

Hotels.com: Up to 30% off Halloween hotel stays, extra 10% off via "14OCT30OFFUS"
Details: Be sure to check out our roundup of spooky vacations to book during this harrowing Halloween sale from Hotels.com. With all the extra savings you'll nab from the coupon above, it's easily the best discount we could find for Halloween stays. Book this travel deal by October 19 for stays through November 10.

Target: Up to 40% off pet costumes
Details: Even Fido or Mr. Whiskers can get in on the Halloween action during this Target sale. No matter what kind of furry friend you're shopping for, you'll save up to 40%. That takes this Star Wars Princess Leia Pet Costume in L or XL down to $8.99, a savings of $1. Shipping starts at around $5, but many items are available for in-store pickup.

OrangeOnions: 20% off one costume via "HALLOWEEN1", more
Details: If you're purchasing costumes in bulk, OrangeOnions has your back. Get 20% off one costume with coupon code "HALLOWEEN1", 30% off two costumes via "HALLOWEEN2", 40% off three costumes via "HALLOWEEN3", or 50% off four or more costumes via "HALLOWEEN4". Shipping adds a flat $2.99 and the coupons end October 31.

Disney Store: Up to 40% off kids' costumes and accessories, $15 off orders over $100 via "DMR15"
Details: Discounted prices are as marked in this costume sale, but if you're buying more than one, the code above takes another $15 off orders of $100 or more. Shipping starts at $4.95, but orders over $100 bag free shipping.

Veil Entertainment Store via Newegg: 10% off Halloween items via coupon code "VEILENT10"
Details: This third-party merchant discounts thousands of costumes and accessories via the coupon above. For example, the Living Fiction Kids' Lil Pumpkin Costume falls to $15.25, a $26 low. Everything qualifies for free shipping, and the deal ends October 31.

Walmart: Two airblown inflatable Halloween decorations from $20
Details: Mix 'n match these fun inflatables to give your home a spooky facelift. Choose two small inflatables from the selection of six, and you'll save up to $49. Each measures approximately 36" to 42" tall. Opt for in-store pickup to avoid the shipping charges.

Spirit Halloween: 20% off one item via coupon code "20OFF2014"
Details: Take your pick of costumes, accessories, and decor and then take 20% off one item via "20OFF2014". After the discount, this Black Jumping Spider Animated Decoration falls to$31.99, which is $48 off list. Shipping starts at $4.99 and the coupon ends November 2.

BrylaneHome: Up to 76% off Halloween decor, 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 set of 5 Pumpkin Pathway Lightsfalls to $7.69, a $32 savings. Shipping starts at $5.99.

IHOP: Scary Face Pancake for free
Details: Through October 31, kids 12 and under can score a free pancake from participating IHOP restaurants. Even better, they'll get supplies like candy corn and OREOs to customize their breakfast into a frightfully fun treat. This offer is good for dine-in only, and limit one pancake per child.

Chipotle: $3 menu item when in costume on October 31
Details: Mark your calenders, burrito fanatics! On October 31 (a.k.a. Halloween), head to your local participating Chipotle in your Halloween costume and you'll score either a burrito, bowl, salad, or tacos for just $3. The deal is valid from 5 pm to closing local time.

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