What You'll Get
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Unless you’re a celebrity impersonator, a shopping-mall Santa Claus, or Quantum Leap's Dr. Sam Beckett, the opportunities to acceptably dress up as someone else are fairly limited. Today’s Groupon lets you be all that you really aren’t with $50 worth of frightful frocks at Floating Phantoms for $25.
From sassy spirits to Caribbean pirates, you’ll find a cornucopia of costumes for both men and women. The average price for women’s costumes is $67, men’s is $54. You’ll also find menacing masks, props, accessories, and robes (as easy as wrapping yourself in a sheet but far more elegant).
Some people plan their ghoulish garb for weeks in advance. If you’re not that person, this Groupon will save you from pulling on a pathetic pair of cat ears for the fourth year in a row, or going as funny drugstore T-shirt guy who thinks he's too cool for Halloween, but deep down, knows he messed up. Floating Phantoms is an independent store that specializes in terrifying merchandise not found anywhere else. With this deal, you won’t have to worry about awkwardly showing up in the same costume as someone else.
Having a cool Halloween costume can win you money, the respect of zombie acquaintances, or, at the very least, extra candy. Celebrate pumpkin season and get this Groupon for your friends and family.
Scary Movies Sure to Make You Jump
Scary movie season is filled with genuinely scary flicks, but there are also a number of less-terrifying stinkers:
- President’s Day: All of the deceased presidents rise from their tombs and run for President again.
- A Nightmare on Murder Street Part 6: To everyone’s surprise, undead dream-murderer Dale doesn’t go on a murder spree but does start committing mail fraud.
- The Historical Haunting of Madeline: A bunch of ghosts don’t do all that much to secure a PG-13 rating.
- The Wyoming Chainsaw Massacre: A chainsaw wielding maniac can’t find one person to murder in the least populous state.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2009. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Adult costumes only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.