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CAMP HILL, Pa. Rite Aid is presenting spooktacular offerings for customers searching for costumes, candy, decor and more.
New to Rite Aid this year are "sweet girl" costumes for tweens, which include princess, angel and bee costumes. Rite Aid also offers pop culture costumes, including masks of villians from such horror films as "Halloween," "Saw" and "Scream." Keeping in mind that safety should come first, Rite Aid also offers LED light-up costumes, as well as other such light-up paraphernalia as fiber-optic bracelets, battery-operated necklaces with rotating "chasing" lights, glowing wands and light-up rings.
Limited-edition candies for Halloween also are available at Rite Aid locations, including variety packs that please trick-or-treaters.