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By Benjamin K. Glaser
October 12, 2016
Joshua Lott—Reuters

Walmart is offering some terrific deals on Halloween candy packs, while certain American Airlines’ flights are dirt cheap, and HP is hosting a clearance sale on computers and tech. Check out these offers and more in this week’s best bargains roundup.

Halloween Candy Variety Packs from $3.50

Satisfying trick-or-treaters can be an expensive proposition, with each kid at your door costing you at least 50 cents, on average. But Walmart discounts a selection of Halloween candy variety packs, with deals starting from $3.50, allowing you to pick up chocolates for as little as 20 cents an ounce, which is a very competitive price. Opt for in-store pickup to dodge the $5.97 shipping fee, or spend $50 or more to get free shipping. Save on Hershey’s, M&M’s, Mars, Nestle, and more.

American Airlines Flights from $35

ShermansTravel discounts select American Airlines flights with prices starting at $35.10. That’s tied with last week’s mention as the best price we’ve seen for American Airlines flights. It’s also the lowest price we could find for select routes by at least $9, and even beats low-cost airlines like Spirit Airlines. This price is valid on flights departing from New Orleans, LA, (MSY) with arrival in Dallas, TX, (DFW) on October 26. This sale includes flights to New York (LGA), Miami (MIA), Los Angeles (LAX), and more. This travel deal is valid for flights through November 30.

Udemy Courses for $10

Udemy offers online courses for just $10 via coupon code “OCT1202.” That’s tied with our mention a week ago as the best general discount we’ve seen on Udemy courses this year. Subjects include development, business, coding, design, and music.

HP Sitewide Clearance Sale

If you can’t wait until Black Friday for computer sales, check out HP as it cuts up to 50% off sitewide during a clearance sale. Plus, take an extra $10 off orders of $60 or more via coupon code “EMRY9599” or an extra $15 off orders of $75 or more via coupon code “HPSAVE15.” All orders receive free shipping. Deal ends October 15.

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