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Lowe’s is at it again in 2022 with their Spooky Trick or Treat event. That means free candy and some fun for your little ghosts and goblins.
You might remember that back in 2020 when no one really knew how to handle Halloween amid the pandemic the chain held an event curbside. This way kids still scored some sugar but safely from the family car. But now it’s time to throw on those costumes and head to Lowe’s once again.
We’ll get into the nitty-gritty of the event details below, but the most important thing to call out is that it requires registration. Lowe’s isn’t asking for a ton from you, just the basics like your name and the number of kids you’ll have in tow. After all, they need to have enough candy on hand.
Lowe’s is handing out candy on Oct. 22.
Lowe’s is promising free treats to kids participating in their Spooky Trick or Treat event.
Registered families can head over to their local Lowe’s store at which they’ve signed up (see more on that below) to receive some candy. There will also be a Halloween-themed backdrop so you can take a bunch of photos to commemorate the activity.
The event is taking place from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.
Need to find your nearest Lowe’s? Simply use the store locator on their page to track down the closest location.
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Registration is open now and is required to participate.
If this event is right up your alley, make sure you register first. All you have to do is head to the Spooky Trick or Treat event page to sign up. They will ask you to either log in with your existing Lowe’s account or create a new one. Then tell them how many children you’ll be bringing, and voila! You’re ready to go on Oct. 22.
Registration is required to participate in Spooky Trick or Treat, and each store only has a certain number of available slots.