Have money just dripping from your wallet? Or are you just curious about how the other half spends their Halloween money? Take a good look at what’s out there, and then save some money by purchasing a cheaper model or by making the costume yourself.
- For just $899.99 purchase a Star Wars Supreme Edition Boba Fett costume. It comes with everything including gloves, shin weapons, helmet, molded armor accessories, and more! Or, make your own by gathering photos of your favorite hero and creating an inexpensive costume and accessory alternatives.
- Does your son feel a great desire to be Superman? He can be the real thing for only $999.99, including the plastic hair and bulging muscles! The good news is that kids costumes can be extreme, can be purchased at a minimal price online or can even be gathered in from your child’s bedroom closet.
- Have even more money to spend? Check out the A&W Bear for only $5,000. Many costumes with a brand name are going to cost you more than a pretty penny, but consider the attention you’ll receive by wearing one. Still, you might want to consider doing your own knock-off.
- A medieval knight costume might seem, well, cool at first, but just wear it for a few minutes. $3,850 may seem an awfully steep price to pay for a sweat lodge. Similar ‘steaming wear’ comes in the way of robot attire at a price of roughly $3,500. Make your own using cardboard boxes and clothing that breathes.
Expensive Halloween costumes: they are fun to watch on the spookiest of Halloween nights, but then again, you may find the haunting experience even more memorable by putting one on.