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For a limited time, hop on over to Michaels where they are offering up these popular Celebrate It Trunk or Treat Kits for only $14.99 (regularly $24.99)!

These Trunk or Treat Kits are great for outdoor trick-or-treating and come in a variety of themes! Plus, you can choose FREE in-store pickup if available near you to avoid shipping costs!

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  1. smores

    I don’t understand trunk or treat. Why would we tell our children it’s okay to take candy from a stranger from their car?

    • Nell

      I‘ve always felt the same, personally. We never participate in these. It sends conflicting messages. To each their own, but it‘s not for our family!

      • tipaye

        Do your children know to not walk up to strangers’ houses any other day of the year and ask for candy? What’s the difference?

        • wifeandmomof3

          Exactly. Trunk or treat is usually at a church or a sponsored event. Heck I think it is safer than walking random neighborhoods asking for candy. Now, If your saying you don’t take kids out at all for trick or treating then ok.

    • tipaye

      🙄 Do your children know not to walk up to strangers’ houses and ask for candy any other day of the year? I sure hope so. Usually there is a parking lot (or street) full of other Halloween-decorated cars. Children are with their parents or other caregivers—being supervised (hopefully) with other children safely participating. It’s called a holiday. The white minivan with a child predator trying to bribe kids with candy is quite a different scenario. Speak to your children about supervised social activity versus dangerous/unsafe circumstances and you’ll be just fine 👍

      • Katie

        Why the attitude?

    • Evie202

      We do this in my school( NY) The kids come over to their teacher’s car in costume and Get candy. Typically the Friday before Halloween 3-:30 – 4:30. I love it! No worries about kids who don’t celebrate Haloweeen and no loss of instructional time.

    • Katie

      I can understand the confusion if you haven’t been to one or perhaps your children are grown. We’ve participated in them and found it to be a very safe alternative as it’s usually at the school or church in closed off parking lot. This helps for safety vs crossing the neighborhood streets in the dark. It’s not just random people on the road with their trunks open! 😂🤣😂🤣

  2. corinne

    It’s a church thing. When I moved to the south this is what they do. Its lame! And let’s be serious, Halloween is canceled this year.

    • Katie

      We love it! Especially for little kids. Treat collecting is really a little- kid thing. Teenagers are too old.

      • Lo

        What?! My husband feels the same way but I think if a teenager is wearing a costume, then the teen can trick or treat. Better this than they be up to no good.

        • rochellemcgee

          I’m with you. I went trick or treating as a teen because I already knew childhood was fleeting and there wasn’t much else to do in my small, crappy town if you weren’t up to no good. Teen, adult, child…you come up to my door on Halloween, you get candy.

        • Ruth

          I agree so much , everyone pushes teenagers to grow up too fast,better than drinking at a party

  3. Mel_Punk

    Trunk or treat is considered a safe way to trick-or-treat. Our church has been doing it for a few years and it’s always a big hit. If you go to the church, you know the people you’re getting candy from. If you don’t, you assume that people at a trunk-ot-treat are more trustworthy than the random door you knock on. It’s also helpful for those with disabilities that can’t walk a great distance, car to car is shorter than house to house.

    • tipaye

      Thank you for your well thought-out, detailed post. Even if it isn’t church-sponsored, I don’t understand these parents who think children taking candy from a trunk on a holiday is any different than walking them up to a strangers door for candy. The children should be supervised during each incident. Parents, teach your children about holidays versus accepting candy from strangers’ cars or homes any other day of the year and you’ll be good to go 👍

  4. Katie

    Sadly, every year there are child/car collisions as you have so many pedestrians out crossing the streets in the dark. One thing that trunk or treat does is provides a space for treat gathering in a closed off parking lot that is only for pedestrians.


    our trunk or treat always has a police officer there handing out candy 😉

  6. Stay Safe

    Is it worth your kid getting COVID-19, maybe passing it on, for some cheap candy? Seriously? I really think people need their heads checked. This is insane. Kids can miss one Halloween going door-to-door or trunk-to-trunk.

    • rochellemcgee

      Realistically, my kids spend less than 30 seconds at anyone’s door or car trunk and we don’t trick or treat with anyone but immediate family… If my kids can eat food out of the packages handled by god knows how many people before it hits the grocery shelves, I’m fine with them taking candy from any of our neighbors willing to hand it out on Halloween.

  7. julia-0

    My mom is a teacher in a very underprivileged neighborhood and their faculty has done this for their children for years. It gives these sweet boys and girls an opportunity to have fun, play games, and trick or treat in a safe environment when their own neighborhood is unfortunately too unsafe to trick or treat in. This taking candy from strangers thing is a little far fetched and really not associated with trunk or treat. If you’ve ever been to one you would really understand how light hearted and fun it is. Yes, of course teach your children about taking candy from strangers, stranger danger and all of those important life lessons. This is a safe environment, with well known people, faculty, staff, friends, family, etc all trying to create a safe and fun environment for kids who may otherwise may not have this opportunity. Sorry I never post and I don’t ruffle feathers but knowing kids who do not have a safe home environment and neighborhood be able to enjoy a trunk or treating event gave me such joy. I loved it! Unfortunately not this ☹️. Stay safe everyone!

  8. ATM

    I got a couple of these in a michaels $4 grab bag last year or the year before I can’t recall, I’ve never seen them before. I gave them away and kept one which is obviously going to stay in the storage this year ><

  9. Megann

    These are cute and I like the idea behind it. If only I had a trunk to do this with 😆

  10. Sue

    I couldn’t believe when we went to Michaels today they are almost sold out of their Halloween items.

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