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Hocus Pocus ($3.99 to rent, $9.99 to own)
For whatever reason, Hocus Pocus has become a holiday classic since it was released back in 1993. Drop a couple bucks on this Bette Midler picture and get psyched up for Halloween.
Shark costume ($40.49, was $54.49)
It’s almost Halloween, but as long as you have Amazon Prime, you should be okay. Pick up this one-size-fits-all shark costume for the ultimate holiday cop-out, and then use your fins to pound beers all night long.
Plus size Wonder Woman costume ($39.59)
If you’re interested in showing a little more skin, there’s this hot little Wonder Woman number, which includes all sorts of accessories, from boot covers to a tiara.
Wonder Woman figure ($8.33, was $9.99)
Harness the power of the golden lasso with this Wonder Woman figure, which stands a towering six inches tall.
Kangaroo shoulder rider costume ($66.81, was $99.99)
This costume isn’t exactly a classic, but it’s still pretty funny, provided you’re not actually into kangaroo abuse.
NFL tapestry blanket (starting at $18.45)
These acrylic blankets are the perfect weight for nice Sunday afternoon naps. They’re not too heavy, not too flimsy, and will keep you warm even when your team won’t.
Super Grover Sesame Street Funko Pop figure ($8.78, was $10.99)
At about four inches tall, this Super Grover is little, but powerful.
I Love Lucy chocolate bar ornament ($10.09)
If you or someone you love loves Lucy, then you might want to pick up this little Christmas number. If nothing else, it makes a great family white elephant option.
Star Wars Galactic Heroes “The Ghost” ($24.99, was $39.99)
This vehicle toy has four projectiles, a removable cockpit, and dueling figure stands. It’s also got a sweet claw, and little Ezra and Chopper figures.
Kevin Love action figure ($12.27, was $15.99)
The Cavalier is about to land a jumper in this McFarland collectible, which really doesn’t look much like Kevin Love at all.