A Spooktacular Halloween Giveaway (ARV $200)

Yelp! Screech. Howl! Boo!
I have a Halloween surprise for you.
Filled with candy, costumes, movies and more,
The Divas have packed away prizes galore.
Watch the slideshow below if you dare,
To reveal the loot we are ready to share.
Blog, “Like”, Share and Tweet,
To win this Spooktacular Halloween treat!

Prizes include:

Dora’s Halloween Parade DVD; Follow on Twitter

Costume Supercenter (Choice of Costume up to $35); Like on Facebook

Hershey’s (Three Bags of Halloween Candy); Like on Facebook

Colgate (Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpase and Pro-Relief Toothbrush ), Like on Facebook

NCircle Entertainment (Word World Kooky Spooky Halloween and The Cat in the Hat Knows A lot About That! Tricks and Treats DVDs ); Like on Facebook

One Step Ahead (Pumpkin Treat Bag); Like on Facebook

Snap Infusion Candy (Snap Candy); Follow on Twitter

Happy Baby Food (Happy Baby Fruit Pouches); Follow on Twitter

Old Mother Hubbard Dog Treats (Three Bags of Assorted Dog Treats); Like on Facebook

The Dog Who Saved Halloween DVD

Stuffless (Halloween Plush of Winner’s Choice), Like on Facebook

With all these prizes, your child will be ready for Halloween!

How to Enter:

1. Tell me your favorite Halloween memory!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and at least two sponsors included in this giveaway (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Limited to 10 a day, please. (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Follow the sponsors of this giveaway on Twitter and let me know which one you followed (each follow equals an additional entry).

4. Subscribe to my blog.

5. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog and the other sponsors on Facebook. Each page you “like” gets you an additional entry.

6. Place my blog button on your sidebar.

7. Enter this giveaway at Cool Baby Kid, What Mommies Need and My Four Monkeys. Leave me a comment to let me know you did!

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on October 13th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. only.

This post is the opinion of The Experimental Mommy. No compensation was received for this post. All opinions remain 100% mine. Entries from Experimental Mommy, Cool Baby Kid, What Mommies Need and My Four Monkeys will be combined and one winner will receive the entire prize pack.

703 thoughts on “A Spooktacular Halloween Giveaway (ARV $200)”

  1. My twin baby boys first Halloween. 🙂 They were 2 months old. We dressed them up as pea pods so they were “Two Peas in a Pod!”. It was so cute! 🙂

    I follow you on Twitter.

  2. when I use facepaint to make my daughter a red devil… face, hands, HAIR… lol
    It was ADORABLE… but, ummm…. not recommended… 3 hrs in the tub AFTER all that walking with a cranky 4 yo… well, you get the picture ☺

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  4. My school had a carnival and we played all kinds of games. Loved the games and the costume contest. MY grandma and grandpa dressed up and no one including me knew who they were. They would not talk but just kept being funny mimes

    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  5. I remember my dad taking us trick or treating for HOURS will we could barely stay awake. And than coming home and sorting candy (Chocolate/Non Chocolate etc…) Great memories.
    Thanks for the chance.

  6. When we were little, my mom made dalmation costumes for my sister and I, and my brother was a fireman.
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

  7. I love Halloween so I have so many great memories – growing up our family and the neighbors family always made a haunted house, it was so much fun and something the whole neighborhood talked about! Our daughters first Halloween we dressed up as the Flintstones is another great memory.

  8. My favorite Halloween memory is when I went trick or treating my my neighbor friend and we dressed up as a pair of cards the Queen and King of Hearts

  9. My favorite Memory is that we got cans of soda (Pepsi) in our bags for Treats I loved it. Wasn’t allowed any unless given to us so this was a true TREAT!

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com

  10. My favorite memory was the Halloween I was 6 years old. I was dressed as Cinderella. My dad had to work at his butcher shop and my mom took me trick or treating. We walked to my dad’s shop to show him my costume and he and all his co-workers made such a big deal over me. I felt like the real Cinderella,
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  11. We use to start off tricker treating at grandma’s house. Grandpa use to make us hot apple cider and he always had a dozen of fresh warm glazed donuts.

  12. My favorite Halloween memory was trick or treating at the restaurants in my area growing up one year I actually got a free soft taco from the local taco chain here

  13. My favorite Halloween memory is when I was a black cat in elementary school. My neighbor and I were allowed to do a block on our own.

  14. When I was in grade school we used to have a halloween parade. We got to wear our costumes to school and walk on the track while our parents watched from the bleachers, it was always fun. After the parade we had a classroom party.

  15. I subscribe to your email and like all of you on Facebook! I would love to win this! My favorite memory would be my daughter’s first Halloween. I had so much fun dressing her up and taking pictures. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters

  16. I subscribe to your email and like all of you on Facebook! I would love to win this! My favorite memory would be my daughter’s first Halloween. I had so much fun dressing her up and taking pictures. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters

  17. My fav memory would be going door to door running as quick as we could to see who could get the most candy. We would fill pillow cases full lol 🙂

  18. My favorite Halloween memory was winning a absolutely huge Hershey’s bar in a Halloween Costume contest. My mother made me a beautiful homemade Raggedy Ann costume.

  19. Dressing my daughter a Strawberry one year and winning a contest for the best costume. She was so cute that year. Like on FB and thanks for the great sweep. Hope to win 🙂

  20. my favorite memory would be going out with my brother an sister an having a fun,,an then getting to take my own kids

  21. My daughter’s first Halloween. I dressed her up a a bat. She was so cute. We just went to my parents and a couple of other friend’s homes but she got tons of candy and it was fun.

  22. My favorite Halloween memory is my son’s first Halloween and taking him trick-or-treating as a family! It was so awesome and we now take him every year and we go as a family and usually dress up!

  23. My fondest memory was when my mom made me a robot costume and I won the prize for the best costume at school that year.

  24. I love every Halloween since my kids were born because they love to decorate the house. It’s almost as big as Christmas.

  25. My favorite memory is Trick and Treating with my older brother. We lived in the country and had few neighbors but each one had a mini party for the 6 children in the neighborhood. What fun

  26. My favorite memory would have to be getting my children dressed up and taking them around the neighborhood we live in with a good friend.

    wendym at cableone dot net

  27. Favorite halloween memory was last year when we took our child trick or treating and he was so excited and happy. We had the best time ever. !!!!!!!!!!!

  28. It would have yo be my son’s first Halloween..he was a monkey and we drove to family’s houses and he trick or treated (for me)!

  29. My favorite Halloween memory was one year after my parents had just bought a new house – I guess I was around 7/8 years old – they put a Haunted House in our attic and it was so fun! They later converted it to their master bedroom so we only had that one time and man, I miss that!

    pricousins at aol dot com

  30. My favorite Halloween memory is having a birthday party with a Halloween theme. Everyone dressed up and we bobbed for apples, had a spooky mystery thing were you were blindfolded and then had to put you hand in a bowl of eyeballs (peeled grapes), intestines (cooked spaghetti), etc… LOVED it.

  31. Favorite halloween memory is actually a recent one. We set out candy for the kids that came by and loaded jello shots for the parents. We had a really popular house that year.

  32. my favorite halloween memories is staying up *late* for trick or treating and having a flashlight

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  33. I don’t know if it’s my favorite. But my father and his brother thought is was the funniest thing. each year as I would visit their home to trick or treat. All 3 of them would give me a rock…aka charlie brown Halloween.
    Three grown men laughing so hard they can hardly breath and me standing there stairing at them as if they had lost their minds.

  34. Following NCircle Entertainment (Word World Kooky Spooky Halloween and The Cat in the Hat Knows A lot About That! Tricks and Treats DVDs ); Like on Facebook

  35. my fave halloween memory is many times trick or treating, and once time goign to a little haunted house a neighbor created on their carport

  36. My favorite halloween memory is probably participating in The Flaming Lips March of a Thousand Skeletons at our local Halloween parade. It’s exactly what it sounds like, and it was soo much fun!

  37. my sons first halloween when he thought the best part of going to peoples houses was sitting on their stoops
    nannypanpan at gmail.com

  38. My favorite halloween memory is when my twins went trick or treating at the mall for the first time when they were two. They had so much fun and looked so cute.

  39. Favorite memory is being dressed as Raggedy Ann myself as a mom and chasing after the kid who took the entire pumpkin full of candy that I left out for trick or treaters as I took my own 3 children trick or treating.

  40. One Halloween in Korea, my sister, friends, and I (I was five or six then) went up to the rec. center on base for a haunted house. I was sent in with my friend, who was freaking out in every room we went, and I was just too focused on getting the candy from each room to be scared. LoL. I guess it helped that I watched a lot of horror movies at that age. But don’t send me into one *now* because I will cling to anyone near me. xD

  41. I loved always dressing up with my sisters to go trick or treating then coming home, sorting our candy by type as we snacked on some and watched a movie!

  42. My favorite halloween memory is trick or treating with my whole family and sorting through the candy when we got home.

  43. My favorite Halloween memory is of my dad hiding in the bushes to scare trick or treaters. So hysterical.

  44. my favorite memory is my mom burning a cork to make my face black and it took a week to get it off.
    funny now not then

  45. I love Halloween and have so many great memories! My husband dressed up as “Candy”, a girl, one year… complete with mini skirt and beach ball boobs – that was great!

  46. My favorite Halloween memory is taking my two year old out trick or treating and instead of him saying trick or treat, he kept saying chicken feet lol.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  47. My favorite memory is bobbing for apples at our class Halloween party whenIi was ion the 3rd grade.

  48. Halloween is our favorite time of year!!! Taking the kids to Crossroads Village in Michigan is our yearly thing and plus look at all the candy you get!!!

  49. My favs are the my children’s firsts and when my son took his little sister trick-or-treating for the first time.

  50. i remember trick or treating for the last time in high school. we covered 3 miles of houses and had enough candy to last 5 years! we were terrible but had a blast.

  51. My faviorite memory was when I got to wear the Strawberry Shortcake custume that I begged my parents to get me.

  52. It was when I made myself into a box of popcorn one year! It just cut holes in a big box, painted it red and white stripes, then glued popcorn the the top. It was awesome! And I got tons of compliments on it!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  53. I remember when I was very young around 5 or so, I was dressed up as Rainbow Brite and we went to a house and the people answered the door.. the guy had bite marks in his neck and the girl behind him was dressed up as a vampire.. it was very real and I believe in vampires for years after .. LOL