I know it’s early for Halloween, but many of these have been marked down, and I don’t think there’s any reason to wait. Why should kids only wear their costumes once per year?
Kids Character Jackets – 2 Styles! – $14.99
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Who doesn’t want to be Elsa every day? Or at least wear it at your own FROZEN birthday party!
BuyCostumes.com always sends us their best deals and I’m excited to share this one:
FREE DISNEY FROZEN DELUXE ELSA COSTUME WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY COSTUME $15 OR MORE. Add item 805415 to your cart and then use code: getelsa.
Here are the other FROZEN costumes I’ve located across the web.
It’s exactly what my kids love: the costume covers their whole body, including the head. It’s about $25 and it looks warm and cuddly, too. (Perfect for offering Olaf’s trademarked “warm hugs”.)
Updated 9/28/2015: Shop through this BuyCostumes.com link and save 15% on whatever purchase you make.
This Olaf costume is cute as heck and many sizes are less than $10 on Amazon. I’m tempted to convince both my kids to be Olaf!
Now if you have a willing older sibling or parent who wants to be a snowman to accompany a FROZEN princess, and is not concerned about the details, like Olaf’s wide eyes and slightly hooked nose, less expensive, generic snowman costumes can be found. This toddler snowman is $14.99 at Amazon. This one for Dad is $43. Moving on.
Frozen – Elsa Snow Queen Dress Costume – on close-out: $8.97
From Amazon.com around $15.
There are generally two Anna costumes to choose from: her blue dress and the coronation dress, which is black and gold.
Frozen – Anna Coronation Deluxe Girls Costume –
BuyCostumes.com Links: Anna’s regular dress at BuyCostumes.com; Coronation dress at BuyCostumes.com (don’t forget, spend more than $15 at BuyCostumes and get a free Elsa dress with code getelsa.)
Amazon.com links: Blue long-sleeve Anna dress for preschoolers at Amazon.com; Coronation dress at Amazon.com; Blue long-sleeve Anna dress for girls 7-8
More bang for your buck: This combo pack of Anna + Elsa dresses will put both flavors of FROZEN in your dress-up box for twenty bucks. If you have two kids between 4 and 6, this is the deal for you.
You might also do okay in the toy aisle at Target, but the inventory is very unreliable. Let me know what you find there.
And finally, the less descriminating FROZEN fanatic may enjoy this trunk which includes an inexpensive take on both dresses, with accessories. Great gift, plus, you’re covered for Halloween. About $25 for everything you see here. Click on the image to check availability. As of this writing, free shipping for Prime members.