Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-10-25 23:25:22 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — Halloween is six days away, and it’s probably too late for islanders to shop for costumes online. KHON2 is looking at some tips for those on a budget in this week’s Action Line Consumer Alert.
Supply problems and shipping delays mean it’s too late to shop online, but there’s still time to prepare clothes. There may be something useful around the house.
Roseann Freitas, Better Business Bureau (BBB) Hawaii Marketplace Manager, said: “Some things: one saves money and two are pushing you now because Halloween is just around the corner, so you don’t have much time to secure.”
If you prefer to spend money on costumes, consider renting them. However, be sure to check a few things before signing a contract.
“So, first of all, find out when it needs to be returned. When you get the costume, be sure to look over it. If it’s damaged and returned, you won’t be charged. “
Roseann Freitas, Better Business Bureau Hawaii Marketplace Manager
When it comes to candies, consider buying them in bulk.
“As you know, the cost is a bit cheaper, especially if you’re in a neighborhood with lots of trick or treaters. Of course, Bryce loves to put a little extra candy around the house. Just in case.” Said Freitas.
BBB recommends purchasing and renting outfits with a credit card so that you can challenge your bill in the event of any problems. For these pop-up Halloween stores, be sure to check when they close and how returns after that date work. click here Or, search Google for the company that hosts the ghost event to see if it’s run by a reputable company.
Freitas gave final advice to trick or treaters in 2021.
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“Be safe, especially in our Keiki,” she said. “Make sure you have a flashlight and costume that people can see, and have a good time this year and enjoy your family.”
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