Halloween is expected to set a new record for spending, with the number of people participating going back to pre-pandemic levels and candy prices going up.
Candy prices went up along with food prices as a whole.
Prices for Skittles and Starbursts have gone up by 42% and 35%, respectively, since last year.
The National Confectioners Association says that chocolate and candy sales will go up by 5% during Halloween 2022.
On the fast food chain's app, you can play a "Home of the Ghosts" game to get a discount on a spicy burger until Halloween.
Chipotle Boorito: If you wear a costume, you can get a $6 burrito.
If you go to a restaurant in costume between 3 p.m. and the end of service on Halloween, you can get an entree for $6.
When rewards members buy a medium or large drink at dunkins, they can get free stuff like 10-count Munchkins, breakfast sandwiches, muffins, and Bagel Minis.
Halloween Happy Meals, also called "Boo Buckets," came back to McDonald across the country on Oct. 18 after being gone for six years.