Buy One Get One Free Halloween Costumes!

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Through 10/10 or while supplies last, hurry on over to where they having a Buy One, Get One FREE sale on Kids’ & Pets’ Halloween Costumes and Accessories.  Your discount is automatically applied at checkout.

Some costumes are priced as low as $10, so after the B1G1 Free sale, you could get two costumes for just $10 total! Plus, choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, shipping is free on orders of $25. If you have a Target REDcard, you get FREE Shipping (no minimum) and an additional 5% off your purchase!

These are also Buy One Get Free in store! So if you can’t wait for shipping head to Your Target and check out the deals!


  1. Not all costumes are BOGO! This is not disclosed in the email advertisement. Buyer beware, it only applies to items marked as BOGO. I tried to get Paw Patrol Chase and the Toddler size is no longer available. The toddler size was BOGO, but not the next size up S(4-6). The Target customer service staff on the phone would not apply the promotion to the same costume, different size. I just had one of the WORST customer service experiences because they do not care about their customers. They will not make exceptions to an a not so clear advertised promotion. They only care about selling the items they need sold. The other item that qualified was a Dinosaur costume that was in store only. It had the BOGO promotion, but I could not add it to my cart, which was why I called in for help. The first lady that I was on the phone with was going to manually apply the promotion for me, but we got disconnected. The floor manager would not manually apply the promotion, she said it had to be automatic. But when I said it does not work automatically because the store item would not let me add it to my cart to pay online and pick up in the store. The system in that case would not work, so it was not automatic. They are a bunch of liars. Don’t buy from target. They don’t want you as a loyal customer. They just want your money.

    This is a side note that did not effect me directly, but when I was in the store the other week checking out, I over heard the floor manager say they had just got their first red card and that they needed to sell 12 more. He wanted everyone to get the word out to the customers to get them to add the red card items to their cart. It left a sour taste in my mouth as I was checking out. Once again, they do not care about the savings they are passing on, they just want your money.

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