GETTING a new Halloween costume every single year can easily put a dent in your budget if you love to dress up.

Well, don't fret, because this Halloween-aficionado teacher revealed you NEVER have to pay full-price at the popular pop-up store, Spirit Halloween.

If you love Halloween, then you probably know about Spirit Halloween.

This pop-up store typically opens in August and shuts down by November – but not before becoming a haven for spooky fans who love to dress up, entertain, and decorate their homes for Halloween.

Well, this TikTok user who goes by the name of Definitely Not Brooke revealed that Spirit Halloween always has a 20 percent discount going on.

All you need to do is find the coupon on their website and it can be applied to one item every time you go to the store.

You can also use it online.

A fellow Halloween lover also revealed that you can also get 50 percent off when you shop the day after Halloween (but what's the point then?) and even 30 percent if you know someone who works at the store.

Back in August, a current Walmart employee revealed they know when people steal from the self-checkout cash registers.

The Walmart employee showed two different clients using their self-checkout registers and then showed the small monitor he had that let him know what each person was buying.

The screen revealed the cash register number, the products being bought, and the total of their shopping spree.

However, when he filmed the people at the cash register, they had far more products in their carts than the ones registered in his monitor.

He said: "We know when you're stealing."

He added that another giveaway of someone stealing is when they scan small-priced items multiple times but avoid scanning the more pricey things.

In a second video, he revealed that if someone swipes an item in the cash register but then removes it so they don't have to pay for it, they still see the item being removed.

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