So your kid picked out their Halloween costume months ago, and you’ve already started hoarding bags of candy in bulk for the big day? You’re ahead of the game, Mom, but have you thought about the best trick-or-treat bag your creepy kid can use to collect candy? Kids don’t just settle for pillow cases and plastic buckets these days. They want bags that can hold candy by the pound, in the same way you want a purse sturdy enough to hold all of your crap. Suddenly, trick-or-treat bags are an investment piece and luckily our favorites are fairly cheap.
Below, we’ve rounded up 10 trick-or-treat bags that deliver the best bang for your buck. Some are reusable, some are wearable, and others can pose as grocery bags before and after October 31. Take a browse, and take your pick.
Now both your child and child’s tote bag have their eyes on the prize: candy. This trick-or-treat bag from Party Supplies is made for mummies who like multi-faceted products. It’ll be great for collecting candy on October 31, and after the ghouls and goblins have gone back underground, use it as a grocery pouch to save on plastic.
These drawstring trick-or-treat bags by PartyTalk come in a pack of two and are made with 100% thick cotton canvas, so you can rest assured they’re durable. (And we all know your kid is going to need durable when there’s candy-collecting involved.) You can also reuse them for several Halloweens to come as they’re machine washable and reusable!
Gone are the days when trick-or-treaters shrugged pillowcases over their shoulders to carry their loot. If you spring for Spirit Halloween’s Jack Skellington Pillowcase two-pack, you can show your little one how it’s done. Plus, who couldn’t use a little extra bedding? It’s a functionally festive purchase.
Trick-or-treating or walking the catwalk? Spirit Halloween’s Twisted Circus Plush Treat Bucket is incredibly clown-meets-chic. Add this trick-or-treat bag to any costume, and you’ll instantly elevate its style factor. (Might we suggest a Harley Quinn get-up, or basic black hat-wearing witch?) And once your little one outgrows Halloween, you can always use the thing for decoration.
Earthwise’s treat bags do the trick on October 31, but the magic doesn’t stop there. Made from Laminated Polypropylene, these trick-or-treat bags are sturdy enough to carry pounds of candy, groceries, or storing socks in the back of your closet.
The TBF Canvas Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Tote was practically made for middle schoolers who are “too cool” for Halloween, and any high schooler that still dresses up for the sake of free candy. This trick or treat bag comes in three colors (black, orange, and natural), and they’re so plain, they can be used as a school bag every other day of the year.
If there’s anything better than a trick-or-treat bag overflowing with candy, it’s a trick-or-treat bag that also glows in the dark. BuybuyBABY’s friendly skeleton tote is customizable, so your personal touch will literally shine through. Think up a one-line message that will be stitched over the skeleton, and add your kid’s name at the bottom. These letters will glow white, while the skeleton illuminates green as soon as the sun goes down.
When we were kids, pumpkin baskets were hard, bright orange, with two eyes and a mouth shaded in black. Now, pumpkin trick-or-treat bags actually look like jack-o-lanterns. This Pottery Barn Kids variation even lights up through the felt fabric. But note: The golden glow is powered by battery-operated LED lights, so just make sure you’ve got a working set.
Growbabygrow’s Halloween Face Bag is an excellent choice for toddlers who can’t be trusted holding on to an actual bucket or bag. The jack-o-lantern trick or treat bag is a drawstring accessory, so your little can wear their candy on their backs, and you won’t get stuck lugging around their stash.
Tweens and teens might think it’s corny to have a trick or treat bag with their name on it, but children will love the personalized touch. Of course, this will likely translate to a “my bag, my candy,” mentality, but no worries. That’s why we sneak a piece (or five) when they’re sleeping.
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So your kid picked out their Halloween costume months ago, and you’ve already started hoarding bags of candy in bulk for the big day? You’re ahead of the game, Mom, but have you thought about the best trick-or-treat bag your creepy kid can use to collect candy? Kids don’t just settle for pillow cases and […]
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