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Halloween Costume Trends and Sales

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Halloween stores around town are seeing some of the same trends as Halloween falls on a Friday this year and sales are up Halloween stores around town are seeing some of the same trends as Halloween falls on a Friday this year and sales are up
KENNEWICK, WA- Frozen fanatics, we have some bad news for you. If you have not picked up your costumes already, you may be out of luck. 

Halloween stores around town are seeing some of the same trends as Halloween falls on a Friday this year and sales are up. Superheroes, nerds, pirates, ninja turtles and couples costumes are just some of the trending outfits flying off shelves at Spirit Halloween Store and the two "Let's Party" stores in Kennewick.

Sad news for the number one costume of the season, Disney's "Frozen" has taken over and has been sold out for weeks. "Let's Party" pop up shop manager Shamia Ogren said, "We're completely out, same with Ana. We have no wigs, no costumes, nothing. I see a lot more people just buying the costumes and adding more makeup to them. More blood, more décor to the face, and adding blood to their costumes too."

Sales are ranging anywhere from $50 to $150 dollars on average. If you have not made your costume or decor purchases, it is not too late, most of these stores are open until Sunday night.

As far as discounts and sales go, they will not be announced until final calculations have been made on Friday night.
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