Spiderman. Elsa and Anna. Probably a zombie or two.
Soon groups of costumed kids will be knocking on your door and when you swing it open they will shout, “Trick-or-treat!” Are your ready? Is your house? Here are some must-do’s before Halloween.
Some towns host trick-or-treating on a different day during certain time period so make sure to check your town website. You don’t want to be caught off guard with a bunch of hungry kids at your door and no candy! Which brings us to #2…
The worst thing that can happen is your run out of candy. So how much candy do you buy? Depends on how many trick-or-treaters you are expecting. And as for the most popular types of candy would be Skittles, Starburst, Reese’s peanut butter cups, Kit Kats, and Twix. They’re the top five most-liked candy brands on Facebook.
According to Time, what makes a good trick-or-treating neighborhood is safety not candy. So turn on your outside lights so that you house is well lit, make sure that if you have decorations outside they are secured, and clear the path leading up to you house.
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