Don’t break the bank this Halloween

October 27, 2016 at 9:42 am

According to a recent poll from the National Retail Federation, people will spend $8.4 billion on Halloween this year. If you do the math, that is an average of $82.93 per shopper. It is also said that most of this money will be spent on costumes.

That’s a lot of money for an outfit you will most likely never wear again, so why waste it? There are ways to still look great this Halloween without breaking the bank. In fact, America Saves has come up with a list of their 15 favorite homemade costume ideas. The best news yet, all these costumes can be made on any budget.

Check out these great costume ideas and save your money for another time. Halloween is fun when you look great, but it’s even better when you save money too!

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