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Halloween procrastinators, you're in luck: Many of the big Halloween costume and decoration retailers have last-minute sales going on right now. Sure, you could wait until November 1 to scoop up whatever cheap Halloween costumes and decor are left over at a steep discount and use them next year, but do you really want to store a literal (plastic) skeleton in your closet for a year? Or take a gamble that the superhero your 8-year-old is currently obsessed with will still be cool by next year (if that Halloween costume still fits, that is)?

Here's one easy way to get a cheap last-minute Halloween costume: Right now at Spirit Halloween, you can take 25% off any one item with the coupon code DONTGO18 at checkout (in-store shoppers can print out a coupon to bring with them). If you need the goods delivered by Wednesday, October 31, the deadline is noon Eastern Time on Monday to place your order.

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If you're struggling with Halloween costume ideas, Spirit Halloween will overwhelm you with possibilities. It has almost every Halloween costume imaginable — Black Panther outfits and Unicorn costumes for kids, multiple Batman costumes for grownups, Sassy Sally from A Nightmare Before Christmas, a UPS costume for dogs, and much, much more.

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Spirit Halloween is good for more than just a quick and easy Halloween costume idea, mind you. If you're looking for some sweet deals on spooky decor, the Halloween specialty store has you covered: Spring for an animatronic Jack Skellington to greet trick-or-treaters or a 400-watt fog machine to give your yard that "haunted cemetery" vibe.

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Or you could give your front door the Addams Family treatment with this almost-charming "Beware" wreath, where skulls are nestled in between black flowers and a cute checkered bow, or deck out the doorframe with string lights of Michael Myers of horror-movie infamy. (Bonus: Thanks to the new remake of Halloween, even visitors who weren't alive when the original debuted in 1978 will still get the reference.)

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Again, you can get a 25% off discount on any one item ordered online from Spirit Halloween by entering the code DONTGO18 at checkout.

Another place you can snag scary-cheap Halloween atmosphere is at Wayfair, which is featuring deals of up to 65% off a wide variety of seasonal decor. And for everything from costumes to candy, Target has you covered with thousands of Halloween deals and a $5 discount off purchases of costumes and decor, including lights, of $25 or more.

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Finally, although the scariest thing for investors right now about Amazon could be its plunging stock price, the ecommerce giant has a huge virtual storefront for Halloween goods ranging from fake cobwebs (and spiders, naturally) to glittery goth cutouts and a suitably spooky wall-decal kit.

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