Where To Shop for Halloween Costumes in Tulsa

Jean Jones
October 20, 2015


Halloween is upon us and if you’re like many people across the country, it’s likely one of your favorite holidays. If you’re looking to stand out this year by choosing a unique costume, a visit to one or all of these five stores will be well worth it.

Halloween Express Store
6539 East 71st Street

Festival Square Shopping Center

Halloween Express is a pop-up Halloween store that opens around September of each year. It’s pure Halloween fun and you’re sure to find a costume as well as tons of decorations to make this Halloween the best yet.

Erhles Party and Carnival Supply
5150 Sheridan Road

Open year-round this family owned costume shop is a great place to find a full costume or unique pieces to add to your chosen costume. The great thing is you can also pick up all of your Halloween party supplies while you’re there.

Spot Lite Magic and Costumes
6808 Memorial Drive, Suite 220

Whether you want to dress as the Easter Bunny for Halloween or you’re looking for unique children's costumes, Spot Lite has it all. From full costumes to hats and wigs, you’ll be the best-dressed at your Halloween events this year.

Goodwill of Tulsa
11 locations across the Tulsa area

If you’re looking for a way to mix and match your costume and stick to a budget this year, you should visit one of the 11 Goodwill locations in the area. Open six days a week, you’re sure to find a treasure-trove of ideas. Spend time searching through the racks to come up with your fun and unique costume.

Spirit Halloween
10303 E 71st Street

Another Halloween pop-up shop, Spirit has one of the largest ranges of Halloween-themed costumes and decorations. You’re sure to find your favorite character costume at Spirit Halloween in addition to a myriad of spooky ideas.

No matter the type of costume or kind decorations you are looking to get for your Tulsa apartment, you are sure to find ideas in the many Halloween and costume stores across the area.

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