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Halloween at Costco

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by Belladonna (subscribe)
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Published August 27th 2020
It's beginning to look a lot like Halloween
Be warned, everyone! That other most wonderful (and most spooktacular) time of the year is just around the your nearest Costco warehouse.

Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31, but Costco is usually the first store in Australia to release its Halloween range of decorations at least two months before. Costco is famous for doing BIG THINGS well, and this year's Halloween decorations are no exception.

Such as this absolutely terrifying animated red dragon! It's made of high-quality material with head and neck movements from side to side and flapping wings. The dragon features bright realistic LCD eyes, a glowing red LED mouth that functions, roaring dragon sounds that can be volume controlled, as well as synchronised lights, motion and sound. The dragon stands at over 2 metres tall and is sure to be a hit at your Halloween party this year. Be like Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons in Game of Thrones, and get your very own dragon today! Priced at $299.99.

If dragons aren't your thing, then why not go for the equally frightening animated werewolf? Also standing at over 2 metres tall, this werewolf has fur and a detailed, sculpted face, and it has synchronised lights, motion and sound. The mouth opens with howling sounds that can be volume controlled, the head and body move side to side, and it has bright red, steady glowing, LED eyes. Priced at $199.99.

The Jack O Lantern pumpkin is arguably the most well-known symbol of Halloween, and Costco has this eerie one that will make a fang-tastic addition to your Halloween decor. The pumpkin has a glowing happy face with seven different light colours that are motion sensor activated. The lights change in synchronisation with spooky sounds. It's over 40cm tall and almost 50cm wide. Priced at $52.99.

For something a little less spooky and something a bit more whimsical and jolly, why not go for this pair of cute animated banjo-playing skeletons? priced at $149.99.

Or this wickedly witchy Halloween wreath to hang on your door? Priced at &59.99.
Halloween at Costco

And what about this super cute Halloween ghost greeter priced at $84.99 and the even more adorable Frankenstein's Monster with LED pumpkin priced at $94.99?
Halloween at Costco

Halloween at Costco

Costco also has a very creepy collection of three books that will make for perfect reading on Halloween night. Priced at $15.99, you can read and learn all about vampires, ghosts and Dr Frankenstein's Human Body facts!

Costco has everything you need to make your Halloween a frighteningly fang-tastic one!

For more information on Halloween products and the location of your nearest warehouse, please visit the Costco Australia website here. Please note that Costco is a membership warehouse club. Costco members can order Halloween products and other items online. For information on how to become a Costco member, please visit their website or the warehouse nearest you.

"When witches go riding,

and black cats are seen,
the moon laughs and whispers,
'tis near Halloween."

Author Unknown

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Is it really that time of the year again already?
by May Cross (score: 3|7139) 25 days ago
That was an interesting article and certainly some BIG creatures there to purchase.
by Susan J Bowes (score: 3|1689) 22 days ago
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