Stock up on sweet treats by taking advantage of the best Halloween deals

HALLOWEEN is here – so what better excuse for sinking your gnashers into a big, fat, sticky toffee apple?

Trick-or-treat may be a no-no in many parts, thanks to the pandemic, but people are bringing the party home — with sales of sweet snacks up 392 per cent on last year.

From party cupcakes and confectionery, to ghost-shaped crumpets and those apples, let the fun begin.

Here’s a few ideas that are not scarily costly . . . 

Core blimey: You cannot be without a toffee apple of two on fright night.

You can bag a Parrs one for 75p at Tesco — and they even have ones coated in chocolate if you are not a toffee lover. But head to Asda and you can get a toffee apple for 49p, down from 60p.

Ghostbusters: Start the day as you mean to go on, with ghost-shaped crumpets. You can pick up six for just £1 at Asda. Or grab a pack of six pumpkin-spice bagels, also only £1 at Asda.

Share the good: You can currently get a 22-pack of Haribo Starmix Mini Bags at Sainsbury’s for £2, down from £2.50 — and they are just the thing for a treasure hunt or as prizes for those who are lucky enough to win the frightful family games.

For a bigger sharing tub, a Swizzels at Iceland is on offer for £4, down from £5.

Rotten rascals: For an extremely gross but funny game, check out the Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Jelly Beans, on offer for £1.80 down from £2.10 at Sainsbury’s.

Will you dare to try them? You could end up with a rotten-egg or, er, baby-wipe flavour. Urgh!

Creepy cakes: For the best-looking Halloween cupcakes I have clapped eyes on, you should head to Greggs the baker, where a four-pack is £2.75.

But for flat-out value you’ll have to go a long way to beat Asda’s Halloween offering of a 12-pack for £1.50

Deal of the day

YOU can get 15 per cent off the Soda Stream mega pack now at until Wednesday. Order your one for £135.99, down from £159.99.

Save: £24

Cheap treat

ENJOY a pack of four Activia strawberry yoghurts for £1,50, down from £2, at Sainsbury’s.

Save: 50p

Don’t miss this…

LIDL has brought back its mince pie and gingerbread flavoured ice creams.

They’re a real festive treat, available in stores for £1.99 each.

Top swap

INSTEAD of paying £15 for this dogtooth scarf, above, from, order this similar looking one, below, from – it’s on offer for £9.74.

Save: £5.26

Shop and save

LOOKING for some new Christmas lights?

I like this 55cm tall dinosaur from for £25. It can be used outside, too.

Giselle’s little helper

NEW users who sign up to the McDonald’s app today can claim 50 per cent off an order.

Download the app, make an account and your discount voucher will be there to use. Once claimed, you have 36 days to redeem the offer.

Already registered users can save £5 on a £15 spend on the app.

Hot right now

GET up to 20 per cent off selected Lego toys online at

They will make great gifts to stash away.

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