A Nashville Guide to Halloween

Creative Jack O Lanterns

Approaching the end of 2014 means only one thing – the holiday season is right around the corner. For many, there is financial pressure during the holiday season as the demands increase for continued spending. Since Halloween is the holiday that starts the season, it’s important to establish good spending habits as you approach the end of this year, and the start of a new one.

We’ve done some research on how to get started with saving money this Halloween, and we’ve even included some fun events and activities for the whole family in the Nashville area!

Saving Money (General)

Want to save money this Halloween? We’re no different!

Saving Money on Halloween Costumes

You don’t need to spend a lot of money if you’re planning on getting the kids (or yourself) dressed up this Halloween. Check out the links below to help you save money on Halloween costumes.

Saving Money on Halloween Candy

It’s not necessary to spend a bunch of money on Halloween candy when there are more affordable options. Looking for some Halloween candy options? Look through the links below to help save money when buying candy.

Halloween Party & Decoration Saving Tips

Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party, or decorating your home for a family gathering, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a great Halloween-themed event.

2014 Halloween & Fall Events in Nashville

Save money and have fun? Check out these events based in and around the Nashville area.

What are you favorite places to visit in Nashville during fall? Let us know on Twitter or Facebook!

Photo credit from Pedro Ferreira.

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