47 Good Trick or Treat Sayings

Trick or treating is a Halloween customer for children that has been practices in North America since the early 1900’s. Dating back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, Halloween has many rich and old traditions. Here is a look at some of the most notable Trick or Treating sayings to keep you encouraged.

“Broom Parking – 5 cents”

“Bugs & Hisses to you!”

“Carve out some good times!”

“Come as you aren’t!”

“Come in for a bite.”

“Enter At Your Own Risk”

“Fangs for the memories and nightmares!”

“Free Broom Rides”

“Free broom with flying lessons.”

“Fresh spider cider.”

“Ghostly Greetings”

“Ghosts have real spirit.”

“Ghoulia Child cooks here.”

“Halloween is a real treat.”

“Have a beary scary Halloween.”

“Have a bootiful Halloween.”

“Have a fang-tastic night.”

“Have a frightfully spooky Halloween.”

“Have a spooktakular good time.”

“I boo believe in ghosts! I boo, I boo, I boo!”

“I can’t stop falling in love with brew.”

“I have a sugar crush on you. Happy Halloween!”

“I want my mummy.”

“I witch you a Happy Halloween.”

“It’s Hallo-scream!”

“Just hanging out with my ghoul friends.”

“Living in a nudist colony takes the fun out of Halloween.”

“May our best witches go with you.”

“Mind your mummy.”

“Mummy’s little monster”

“My other car is a broom.”

“Now Welcoming Candy Collectors”

“Remember the gh’oul times!”

“Sit for a spell and have some brew.”

“Spooktacular booquets sold here. Free delivery.”

“Stop in for a spell.”

“That’s witchful thinking.”

“The dead rise again, bats fly, terror strikes and screams echo, for tonight it’s Halloween.”

“The most difficult Halloween trick is to get the treats and the kids to come out even.”

“Time for a coffin break.”

“Trick or Treat! Give me something good to eat. Give me candy. Give me cake. Give me something sweet to take!”

“Trick or Treat. Smell my feet. Give me something good to eat.”

“Welcome. The witch is in.”

“Which witch are you?”

“Wishing you an eerie, spooky, hair-raising, spell-binding Halloween!”

“Witches brew is good for you, sit for a spell, let yourself jell, and drink a lot from my pot.”

“You are bootiful.”

Here is a look at the origins of trick or treating, including some old customs associated with this practicing.

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