Monday, August 8, 2016

Go on a spook-tacular adventure with Trick or Treaters on DVD September 6, 2016 #Giveaway


A spook-tacular adventure that’s entertaining at any age, Trick or Treaters arrives on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand from Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company, as well as on Digital HD and On Demand, on September 6, 2016. Just in time for Halloween, celebrate the holiday with a hauntingly delightful animated story about generosity, compassion and learning a valuable lesson when it’s least expected.

Trick or Treaters follows an orphan named Tiffany, traveling by carriage to a dreary castle high in the mountains, where her wicked aunt runs a home for orphans. On the way to the castle, Tiffany ends up in the hands of three robbers – and considers herself lucky as can be! With a childish lie, she makes them believe that she’s a princess from India worth millions of jewels. Inspired by the little girl’s idea, they agree to take her, but just as the three had feared, she turns their lives upside down and teaches them a lesson about selflessness, kindness and love in this charming tale.

Packaged with Halloween-themed wall decals, including bats, mummies, pumpkins and more, Trick or Treaters will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.98.

To celebrate the upcoming release of this fun film, the generous folks at Anchor Bay Entertainment are giving three of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a copy of Trick or Treaters on DVD. This film comes to dvd on September 6, 2016. Would you like to enter? Please let me know your favorite Halloween costume? Is there a costume that you remember and love? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
Trick or Treaters will be available on DVD September 6, 2016
Available for Pre-book on August 3, 2016
 Win it:
Three winners will each win one copy of Trick or Treaters on DVD

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14 comments:

  1. My favorite costumes are the home made ones like a ghost and witch costumes.

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  2. My favorite Halloween costume was my daughter's Raggedy Ann costume. She looked adorable in it!

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  3. My favorite Halloween costume was my son dressed as a cheeseburger. It was so cute!

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  4. my son and his sons dress up like Monkeys,it is so adorable,,one giant monkey and 3 little monkies

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  5. My favorite costume was my niece as Minnie Mouse!

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  6. I love when I dressed up as Dorothy from Wizard of Oz.

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  7. I didn't celebrate Halloween as a kid, but I love letting my kids dress up. My daughter has insisted on being Elsa two years in a row. :D

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  8. I dressed as a package of M&Ms one year. It was fun!

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  9. My granddaughter went as a ladybug and was adorable!

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  10. My daughter was Minnie Mouse one year. I made the costume and she won a prize. That was my favorite.
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  11. My favorite Halloween costume was my son dressing up as a ninja.

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  12. My nephew's favorite Halloween costume is Batman.

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  13. My favorite costume was when we dressed up like babies.

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