Tombstone Pizza Screams Halloween ~ Giveaway

With only a few days left until the spookiest day of the year, excited kiddos everywhere are looking forward to dressing up as their favorite superhero or princess and loading up on all they candy they can score.

In our neighborhood, Halloween fun isn’t limited to just trick or treating. Before the big day, we celebrate the season with a Halloween shindig. The annual Halloween party started with just the moms and babies for the little one’s first Boo and has since grown into a mini block party with more than 10 families participating in the affair. Of course, no Halloween party is complete without costumes, and no costume party is complete without photos. While it’s tricky to get a heard of costumed kiddos to all smile for a photo, it is worth the hassle, and my favorite part is looking back at the pictures from previous years to see just how much the little ones have grown.

When it comes to the trick or treating, our neighborhood goes all out. Houses up and down the street are made over with spooky ghosts and cheerful pumpkins ready to great the candy seekers. And forget parents following their trick or treaters on foot, in our ‘hood mom and dad cruise along behind the little ones running from house to house in golf carts. It is both hilarious and a blast all at the same time as families zip to and fro carting a host colorful characters to the next candy stop.

Whether you are planning a big Halloween bash or just feeding your hungry ghosts and goblins before they head out for a night of fun, Tombstone pizza, “Official Pizza of Halloween,” wants to help you celebrate. After “liking” the TOMBSTONE Facebook page, check out the TOMBSTONE pizza Halloween Party Kit app. With the TOMBSTONE Pizza Party Kit, you have the tools to spookify your Halloween party and scare up lots of Halloween fun for your family and friends. Use the Party Kit to download frightfully delicious recipes to accompany your TOMBSTONE pizza, as well as Halloween decorations, eerie music, ghoulish games and more. You can even spookify your Facebook photos – look how cute we look in a jack-o-lantern.

 Happy Halloween!!!

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Disclosure – I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Tombstone Pizza and received coupons and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

77 thoughts on “Tombstone Pizza Screams Halloween ~ Giveaway”

  1. My favorite Halloween tradition is watching “Halloween” on Halloween night. It’s a little morbid, but it fits the season 🙂

  2. Our Halloween tradition every year is to dress up in theme costumes and go trick or treating with my hubby’s brothers family. This year we are dressing as Popeye, Olive Oyl and Sweetpea (who had to have a homemade costume :)since the bunting was too restrictive for a crawling 1 year old lol)

  3. Our favorite tradition is getting the junk food ready on Halloween night, and settling in front of the TV and watch a favorite scary movie as a family.

  4. We have a bonfire every year during trick or treating. It’s much more fun to sit in the yard and watch the kids go by then wait for them to ring the door bell.

  5. my favorite halloween tradition is trick or treating with my daughter Kaily, and my boyfriend! we all dress up in the same theme

  6. Our favorite tradition is taking my kids to my mother’s to trick or treat and then enjoying her famous beef stew
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  7. I work for a local Halloween attraction and I have for about 10 years, so that is my tradition! I love Halloween


  8. My favorite halloween tradition is sending my kids out with their friends (and their parents) to go trick or treating…. I hate being cold!

  9. I never celebrated Halloween growing up, so with the birth of my son I think we will take professional costume photos every Halloween as we did this year.

  10. my son is just starting to celebrate Halloween so we don’t have any traditions as yet…but I always liked eating pumpkin seeds and watching night of the living dead 🙂

  11. Baking all diferent types of pumpkin goodies with the kids!
    Each child has to pick an item for us to bake and it makes each one feel so special!


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