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Revealing 15 Inexpensive Non-Candy Halloween Treats To Help You Save Money

Non-Candy Halloween Treats

Get ready to spook up your Halloween without breaking the bank! ?? If you’re tired of the same old candy-centric treats and looking for budget-friendly alternatives, you’re in for a treat of a different kind.

Below, we have unveiled 15 creative, inexpensive, non-candy Halloween treats that will keep your wallet happy. By joining us as we uncover these fang-tastic and wallet-friendly options, you’ll find the perfect treats to hand out and not break the bank.

15 Non-Candy Halloween Treats

1. Glow-in-the-Dark Assorted Critters, 144 ct — $9.86 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.07 Each Shipped

Get creepy and crawly with this large assortment of bugs, insects, and animals.  Watch these little bugs light up and glow too! Just expose them to daylight or artificial light to activate the spookiest green glow!

2. Halloween Pencil Top Erasers, 144 ct — $16.56 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.12 Each Shipped

Give a handful of these Halloween school supplies to trick-or-treaters or put an assortment in party goody bags!  Bats, ghosts, witches, and monsters are among the fun designs!

3. Glow Stick Bracelets, 100 ct — $9.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.10 Each Shipped

Dazzle the night with a bright and brilliant glow with these various vibrantly colored bracelets that will last up to 10 hours!

4. Sticky Hands and Feet, 72 ct — $9.68 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.13 Each

Kids of all ages love finding these small icky, sticky little hands and feet in their good bags.

5. Halloween Toys Assortment, 190Pcs — $15.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.08 Each Shipped

Perfect for Trick or Treat, Halloween Pranks, Halloween parties, Halloween parades, a family entertainment party, Halloween school gifts, classroom rewards, Carnival parties etc.

6. Halloween Mini Erasers, 150 ct — $7.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.05 Each Shipped

These Halloween mini erasers are made of soft and safe rubber, it is durable and easy to remove stains, soft and elastic. Fun Halloween eraser specially designed for children. Kids safe, and can be used with confidence.

7. Glow-in-the-Dark Bouncing Balls, 48 pk — $11.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.25 Each Shipped

Enjoy playing in the dark with these Bouncing Balls for Kids. The white Bounce Ball turns into a Glow Ball once you turn off the lights or move into a darker place.

8. Deluxe Assorted Pencils, 100 ct — $23.99 (price as of 9/23)
Final Price: $.24 Each Shipped

These pencils are the “write” prize for parties and school carnivals! Each wooden pencil comes with a colorful, wrapped design.

9. Halloween Eye Patches, 16 Pcs — $10.61 (price as of 9/23)
Final Price: $.66 Each Shipped

Best of all, both kids and adults can use these because they are comfortable and super light.

10. Mini Glow Sticks, 50 ct — $7.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.16 Each Shipped

These glow-in-the-dark party favors are perfect for any celebration. Just snap and glow! They’ll illuminate the night with their vibrant glow, lasting 3-4 hours. 

11. Halloween Party Favors for Kids, 320 pcs — $25.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.08 Each Shipped

Perfect for Halloween party prizes, prize box toys for kids, birthday party favors, goodie bag stuffers, teacher classroom prizes, carnival prizes, and stocking stuffers. Add endless fun for Halloween, day of the Dead, birthdays, parties, Carnivals, home school, thanksgiving.

12. Assorted Plastic Stamps, 100 ct — $16.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.17 Each Shipped

Great for Halloween party supplies for Kids, Halloween Treats, Halloween Greeting Cards/ Crafts, Teacher’s classrooms, Birthday Parties, Classroom, Halloween Stamps, Halloween Goodies, Halloween Toys, Halloween Prizes, Halloween Crafts, Halloween Gifts, Halloween Toys for Goody Bags, Halloween Prizes, Halloween Games, Ghouls Stamps.

13. Halloween Toys Assortment for Kids, 248 pcs — $21.24 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.09 Each Shipped

The Halloween party favors toy is a perfect choice for Halloween party, kids birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, carnival and other festival party.

14. Halloween Party Favor Assortment, 59 pcs — $12.99 (price as of 9/23)
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Final Price: $.25 Each Shipped

Halloween prizes for kids are carefully designed and combined to suit the children’s hobbies and are perfect for children’s gifts on Halloween. Share the toys with family, friends, and classmates, great ways to celebrate Halloween.

15. Halloween Crayon Packs, 24 ct — $8.56 (price as of 9/23)
Final Price: $.36 Each Shipped

As we wrap up our list of 15 inexpensive non-candy Halloween treats, we hope you’ve found some exciting ideas to add a dash of uniqueness to your Halloween celebrations. From glow-in-the-dark trinkets to spooky stickers and everything in between, these treats save you money and offer a fun twist to the traditional candy-filled festivities.

These non-candy Halloween treats will make this Halloween memorable. Let’s get ready for a spooktacular, thrifty, and delightful time.

Happy Halloween!

19 thoughts on “Revealing 15 Inexpensive Non-Candy Halloween Treats To Help You Save Money”

  1. Do kids mind getting little toys and trinkets instead of candy? This sounds like a totally awesome idea to me, but I don’t wanna be that “lame guy who didn’t give us candy”!

  2. I actually really appreciate when people give non-candy treats. My youngest has a dairy allergy so pretty much anything with chocolate is out for her, so it leads to some disappointment.

  3. I’m all for Halloween treats that aren’t sugary sweets. My boy would love some of these things, the glow sticks would probably be a big hit!

  4. This is a great idea! We don’t have our own kids yet, but my husband suggested passing out things rather than candy. I didn’t know if the kids would be upset!

  5. I’ve actually given away glow-in-the-dark bracelets before (along with candy) and the kids loved them. I’m all for kids getting Halloween treats other than candy. They will get way too much candy as it is. Great list.

  6. These are all really great! I love the idea of non-candy treats. My kids hate them when they get non-candy treats in their bags, but I think all of these are great!

  7. These are some great suggestions. My son’s school is going to a candy free halloween, and I had no idea what to send. Hopefully I can order them now and get them before his party.

  8. I wish more people would forego the candy and give out other things that couldn’t poison my child. Luckily, we live in a pretty rural neighborhood and I trust 99% of my neighbors, but you never know.

  9. I think this is a great idea. We always get so overloaded with candy. The glow in the dark bracelets are my favorite. My kids will play with these for hours!

  10. Although I definitely preferred getting candy as a kid I do like the idea of giving out non-candy gifts (especially at school.) My mom’s a teacher and they aren’t allowed to give kids candy anymore so during their Halloween party the kids get little Halloween Pencil Top Erasers or small school supplies. I think it’s cute <3

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