I suppose you’re wondering what the Asda Halloween offerings will be this year? Good, because we are too!
Better still, we actually have some news on what you will be able to buy at your Asda for Halloween this year!
In truth, it is still a little early to tell you about everything that will go on sale, but we intend to update this post as we get further confirmation of other new and exciting Asda Halloween products, right up until they hit the shelves on October 1st.
Now, lets start with the big stuff.
Asda Halloween Party Pieces
This is what they’re calling the bigger stuff. The stuff that will be making a statement at your Halloween party this year.
Borris the Butler
Folling on from the previously successful large animated figures, this year Asda introduce Borris. He’s a funny looking little chap with green skin who holds a bowl ideal for those Halloween treats.
But don’t get too comfortable next to him, because when you least expect it, he’ll shuffle around the room, taking those snacks with him!
By the looks of it, he’ll be around the same height as the awesome witch from last year, which isn’t life-size, but a good size to give the kids a fright without terrifying them. The other good news is that it should retail for about £35 which isn’t half bad.
If you don’t fancy carrying Borris back from your local Asda store, you can buy him online at Asda Direct: Borris the Butler
Joining Borris as a headliner is the enchanted broom which you may remember from last year’s selection. We can only guess that it’s popularity won it the right for a re-appearance this year. Who knows, it may even have some features.
Life sized Skeleton
And if Borris isn’t big enough for you, then how about this life sized skeleton?
It even looks to come with this interesting costume for added authenticity. It’s likely to cause frights aplenty if you can find just the right place to put it.
Best of all, he’s amazing value for money, estimated to cost only £3! That’s almost too good to be true!
And following on with the Skeleton theme, why not pair him up with this guy…
Inflatable drinks coffin
Again, something that I think may have featured in last year’s collection, although I can’t be sure that it’s identical. This coffin shaped inflatable drinks cooler will keep those beverages chilled while the bony guy sitting inside will scare off any greedy fingers.
Pumpkin Mister Fog Maker
We say it year after year, but at Halloweenerrific, we LOVE foggers. They are the cool props that have clever little foggin devices in that emmit spooky smoke (or water vapour) and look very, very cool.
Yet again Asda have sourced a great new design and this year it’s a pumpkin fogger that will be available in store.
If this little decorative prop gives off light in addition to mist, so it’ll make a great alternative to the conventional carved pumpkin (although you should always carve one too).
We’re not yet sure if it will be mains or battery powered, but in our experience it’s always a good idea to put the fogger on a surface that won’t be damaged by the moisture.
You can order your Pumpkin Mister Fog Maker right now at Asda Direct: Pumpkin Mister Fog Maker
Next up, how about something to wear at that party?
Asda Halloween Costumes
There are a hunch to choose from so here’s a very quick glimpse at the sort of adult costumes that you’ll be able to find at your local Asda store this year.
The wolfman and little red riding hood costumes both look to be crowd pleasers, and if you’re going to the party as a couple, they obviously make a great combination.
Best of all, they come in at just £12 each, which is pretty hard to match given that they do look to be of good quality.
If you fancy something more glamourus, there are some nice outfits for the fairer party goer out there as you can see with the ‘sexy witch’ and ‘sexy cat’ dresses. Those should sell for £15.
As for the kids – there are already some costumes on sale on the Asda site, so if you can’t wait to get one in store, you can check them out online now…
Again, they look to be good value with plenty of creepy and cute costumes to choose from.
Halloween on a budget
Finally, in keeping with Asda’s ‘value’ pledge, there will be plenty of bargain decorations, treats and party essentials available for just £1.
These are great to put into a fiendish lucky dip, or can be used to pretty up the place if you don’t want to break the bank, and at the moment, who can afford to?!
Is that it?!
That’s all we have for now, but we will be keeping this post updated with any other news that comes in. There are rumours of more feature pieces including inflatable props and other noisy, light-up decorations but we’ll have to wait just a little while longer for that.
So as ever, keep checking back with Halloweenerrific for more Asda Halloween news and other great Halloween ideas!
***We now have a new Asda Halloween landing area.***