Fun Halloween tote bags

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Leave the pillowcase in the bedroom: trick-or-treat bags have gotten an upgrade!

From the spooky to the sweet, these hefty goodie bags will make roaming the neighborhood even easier and more stylish for your little munchkins.

Halloween Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Bag


Halloween Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Bag ($7-$10,

Since trick-or-treaters come in all sizes, so should their bags. From toddler to child size, these plush pumpkin totes are fun to carry.

(See also: Best Halloween costumes: Editor's picks)

Princess Castle Embroidered Trick-or-Treat Bag


Princess Castle Embroidered Trick-or-Treat Bag ($20,

Your little princess will have her very own castle with this personalized treat bag.

Tinker Bell Trick-or-Treat Bag


Tinker Bell Trick-or-Treat Bag ($8,

With bright bows and playful flowers, she'll soar throughout the neighborhood carrying her very own Tinker Bell tote.

UNICEF Collection Boxes


UNICEF Collection Boxes (Free,

Trick-or-treat for a good cause using UNICEF collection boxes to help children around the world.

Graphic Trick-or-Treat Bag

Graphic Trick-or-Treat Bag ($2.50,

Collect loads of candy using this durable graphic treat bag from Old Navy.

Personalized Bat Treat Bag


Personalized Bat Treat Bag ($18,

Your little munchkin will love carrying this bat tote made to order with his or her name on it.

Halloween Bucket Tote


Halloween Tote ($25,

Just like the brand's famous canvas tote, this monogrammed Halloween bucket from Lands' End will last for years.

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