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12 Scary-Good Halloween Deals and Freebies, From Pizza to Ice Cream
Who says kids get to have all the fun on Halloween?
This year, there are a bunch of scary-good deals and freebies that will make the holiday a delight for kids of all ages.
So if you’re looking to fill your trick-or-treat bag with pizza, burritos, ice cream and more, get your Halloween costume ready and check out these sweet Halloween deals.
Chipotle’s annual Boorito promotion is back! Grab a $3 burrito when you show up in costume on Halloween from 3 p.m. to close! Not a burrito fan? Don’t worry. You can get a bowl, salad or order of tacos instead!
And if you are a true burrito lover, you have a chance to win free burritos for a year. Just text BOORITO to 888222, or enter online by Tuesday, Oct. 31.
2. Krispy Kreme
Wear a costume and stop by a participating Krispy Kreme location to get a free donut of your choice on Oct. 31.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids to pass the time before trick or treating, head over to your local IHOP anytime between between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. on Oct. 31. Kids 12 and under can create their own free scary-face pancake with strawberries, whipped topping, mini Oreo cookies and candy corn.
As part of its Celebrate 31 promotion, all Baskin-Robbins customers can get one kid-size scoop of any flavor ice cream for $1.50 on Oct. 31.
You’ll also find other sweet deals at Baskin-Robbins on cappuccino blasts and ice cream cakes.
Calling all corn dog lovers! Snag a 50-cent corn dog all day on Halloween at Sonic locations, no costume necessary.
6. Bass Pro Shops
Want something that won’t give your kids a sugar buzz? How about free fun and photos with the characters from the “Peanuts” movie?
Participating locations will host free activities like crafting, pumpkin toss, photo ops, costume parades and more through Oct. 31. Check out the online ad for additional details and a schedule of events.
7. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Run, Forrest, run… down to Bubba Gump Shrimp to get a free kid’s meal on Halloween with the purchase of an adult entree. The offer is limited to one per table and is not valid with any other discount. Tax and gratuity are not included.
8. Chuck E. Cheese’s
As part of its Chucktober promotion, every kid dressed in a Halloween costume receives 50 free tickets through Oct. 31. You can also snag a free slice of Chuck E. Cheese’s Candy Corn Pizza every hour on the hour from 4 to 8 p.m. on Halloween, while supplies last.
And we know what you might be thinking — we thought the same thing. No, it’s not a pizza made out of candy corn. The Candy Corn Pizza is actually a white pizza topped with sharp cheddar cheese and garlic mozzarella cheese arranged to look just like candy corn.
9. Cici’s Pizza
Before the kids start collecting treats for their Halloween candy buffets, treat them to a free kids buffet at Cici’s! The offer is available with the purchase of an adult buffet and a regular size or larger drink. Limit one child per adult purchase, and the kiddo must be in costume.
10. Joe’s Crab Shack
Get the kiddos decked out in their Halloween costumes and head down to your local Joe’s Crab Shack for up to three free kids meals this Halloween when you show this flyer to your server. Make sure you go hungry, too — one adult entree purchase is required for each free kids meal.
11. Penn Station East Coast Subs
Have a little fun with this Online Hangman Game that offers instant rewards for winners. All you have to do is complete the phrases to receive an instant reward, including BOGO coupons. No registration required, and you can play once a day through Oct. 31, 2017.
12. 99 Restaurant & Pub
99 Restaurant & Pub will offer kiddos 10 and under a free kids entree for every adult entree purchased.
Happy Halloween, Penny Hoarders!
Kelly Gurnett is a freelance blogger, writer and editor who runs the blog Cordelia Calls It Quits, where she documents her attempts to rid her life of the things that don’t matter and focus more on the things that do. Follow her on Twitter @CordeliaCallsIt. Editorial assistant Jessica Gray updated this post.