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Oya Costumes Gets Ready For Halloween With Themed Options

The store has everything shoppers need to recreate the most memorable looks and characters from the year’s most popular movies and TV shows, reports www.oyacostumes.ca.

Montreal, Canada – October 26, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Oya Costumes is happy to announce that their team is ready for one of the most exciting holidays of the year: Halloween Night. Wanting to ensure that every child and adult has what they need to bring any costume they’ve imagined to life, the store has expanded their selection to include the unforgettable looks and characters from 2017’s most popular movies, TV shows, and comics, including Beauty and the Beast, Star Wars, Minions, and more.

“As costume connoisseurs, our team could not be more excited that October 31st is right around the corner. In the weeks leading up to the big day, many people are thinking hard about which costumes they’d like to sport for trick or treating, fall festivals, and Halloween parties. We’ve got thousands of options on hands for both adults and children, with enough outfit and accessory options to allow them to be anything they want this year,” said one representative of Oya Costumes.

At https://www.oyacostumes.ca, Oya Costumes carries character costumes from the latest movies and shows as well as more classic options like animals, clowns, cowboys, and monsters. The online shop also carries a ton of décor items to help anyone create the ultimate spooky environment for their Halloween party. To help those on a budget save money, Oya Costumes is currently offering hundreds of items at clearance prices as well as flat rate shipping for all orders and free economy shipping on orders over $89.95.o

The representative went on to say, “When it comes to Halloween costumes, Oya has everything that partygoers and trick-or-treaters need to create the funniest, cutest, or scariest look. We invite customers to contact us at www.oyacostumes.ca with any questions they have about our inventory or about putting together their look and are excited about helping to ensure they have as much fun as possible this Halloween.”

About Oya Costumes:

Founded in 2004, Oya Costumes is Canada’s finest internet costume business selling fun costumes, hats, makeup, décor, masks, shoes and lots more. They pride themselves on providing customers with the best costumes and disguises so they can have fun on Halloween and at birthdays, bachelor parties and other celebrations. The Oya Costumers team is constantly on the lookout for the latest offerings and new trends that excite the imagination so that every child and adult can bring to life a disguise they have been dreaming of.

Contact Info:
Name: Faten Hodroge
Email: Send Email
Organization: Oya Costumes
Address: Montreal, QC H4C 3E6
Phone: 18775652626

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