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What You'll Get
Dressing up for Halloween gives people the rare opportunity to pretend to be someone else without involving identity theft or stealing George Clooney’s beloved potbellied pig. Walk among the public incognito with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of merchandise from Halloween Mart online.
Halloween Mart conceals the true identity of trick-or-treaters with more than 10,000 costumes for adults, children and pets, as well as spooky decorations delivered straight to doorsteps. Slip into one of the shop’s clown masks ($9.99–$44.99) to out-creep their real-life counterparts, or don a doctor costume ($19.99+) and earn the authorization to write candy prescriptions. Patrons can snag a 1-ounce bottle of Blood FX ($5.99) to create realistic-looking flesh wounds, or top off a bunny getup with a White Rabbit hat ($24.99). A wide selection of fake body parts allows guests to litter their front lawns with brains ($5.99 each), hearts ($9.99+ each), and severed fingers ($2.99+ each), or reach hard-to-scratch areas with half-eaten left hands ($19.99 each).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid until 9/30/11. Online only. Not valid for sale items. Extra fee for shipping. Not valid in Canada. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Halloween Mart
Halloween Mart returns shoppers to the mindset of a young child, allowing them to become anything in the world. Countless costumes await adults, teens, and children. The getups transform wearers into pirates, bananas, and octopi, and a bevy of accessories, including fairy wings and voice changers, adds the finishing touch to ensembles. A full range of plus-size costumes accommodates curves, and pet costumes turn furry companions into Madonna or a cheerleader.
In addition to trick-or-treating duds for All Hallows Eve, Halloween Mart equips shoppers with decorations and props, such as skeletons to scare partygoers or fake spider webs to make your house’s spiders feel welcome. The emporium also celebrates other holidays with Easter Bunny and Cupid costumes and outfits partygoers with party apparel ranging from furry leg warmers to light-up miniskirts before they hit the club.