21 Best Deals on Halloween Candy in 2022

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Catch the best Halloween candy sales before these kid-approved treats sell out.

One of the most popular holidays for candy is just around the corner. And while the best time to trick or treat is Halloween night, the best time to shop for those treats is well before you start putting up Halloween yard decorations, making DIY Halloween decorations, and baking Halloween cookies. Halloween candy sale offerings are happening now.

Scouring the best Halloween candy sales weeks prior to the spookiest night of the year might seem premature, but as last year’s procrastinators will tell you, the best Halloween candy sells out fast. And if you want to take advantage of the best Halloween candy sale, you need to take the devil by the horns ASAP.

To simplify your cheap Halloween candy shopping experience, we’ve broken down the best deals on Halloween candy by store. From Walmart Halloween candy and Target Halloween candy to Costco Halloween candy and everything in between, these are the biggest Halloween candy sales to take advantage of now.

Best Halloween candy deals on Amazon

Doing your Halloween shopping on Amazon is always a great idea—especially if you have an Amazon Prime membership with free two-day shipping. But we’re not just talking about the stellar Amazon Halloween decorations; the online giant has a great candy selection too.

This year, the retailer is offering plenty of discounts on your favorite Halloween treats. Some of the best deals this year are for bulk assortment packs of candy, enabling you to get all of your shopping done with a single click.

Best Halloween candy deals at Walmart

Walmart Halloween candy is easy to obtain and cheap in bulk. In addition to nabbing some pretty sweet deals, you can conveniently purchase many items online and pick them up at the store, or ship them to your home. Not sure what to buy? Try choosing your zodiac sign’s favorite candy.

Best Halloween candy deals at Sam’s Club

Because Sam’s Club specializes in bulk shopping, Halloween candy at the big-box store is sold in large quantities. If yours is one of the coveted houses that hands out full-size candy bars, this is the best place to shop. You will get more bang for your buck than at other stores.

While some items are out of stock for delivery, you can conveniently purchase them online and pick them up at your local store. If you have kids, it’s worth also checking out Sam’s Club’s selection of Halloween children’s books for the kid who loves spooky stories.

Best Halloween candy deals at Oriental Trading

Online party purveyor Oriental Trading sells boatloads of holiday goodies: decorations, costumes, Halloween jack-o-lantern toys—you name it. Best of all, it allows you to buy traditional and novelty candies in large quantities. And by large we mean in the thousands. Plus, it’s one of the best places to find Halloween candy sale prices.

One of the company’s most popular candy items is an assortment of Smarties, Dum Dums, Dubble Bubble, and more, available in a 1,000- or 5,000-piece pack.

Gourmet Halloween candy and cookie deals

If you’re looking to go a little more gourmet with your Halloween candy, there are other options worth investing in. Dylan’s Candy Bar‘s chocolate bars, Halloween-themed lollipops and other assorted goodies will definitely score you major points with neighbors.

Chocolates from Nuts.com are always a crowd-pleaser and are a delicious idea for a Halloween party goody bag. And Cheryl’s Cookies offers a great package of 36 snack-size, buttercream-frosted cut-out cookies, 18 chocolate chip cookies, and 18 sugar cookies in addition to 28 snack-size candy bars with spooky stickers to place on every cookie.

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Leah Groth
A general lifestyle writer, Leah covers everything from cleaning hacks and consumer products to travel and pets for RD.com. When she isn't working you will find her chasing after her four children (two humans, a Vizsla and a German Shorthaired Pointer) or working on her 100-plus year-old-home outside of Philadelphia.