Halloween is gonna be a little different this year.
While we still don’t know exactly how the big day will shape up, we do know that Halloween is still happening, and come Saturday, Oct. 31, families will be celebrating.
Similar to the company’s recently revealed Elf and Gremlins advent/countdown calendars, the Treats at Home sets each feature doors that kids can open to reveal surprises, but with a pandemic twist. Each set includes 10 postcard invitations that are intended to be sent via USPS to friends and family members to invite them to a virtual trick-or-treating event via Zoom, FaceTime, Google Meets, or any video conferencing platform of choice.
During the video calls, participants will be encouraged to dress up and show off their costumes (Jakks actually owns Disguise Inc., makers of awesome costumes and dress-up items) as kids open the doors to reveal surprise “treats.”
The Super Mario set features eight figures and two accessories from the World of Nintendo in a Boo Mansion pop-up environment. The Frozen 2 set includes 10 figures based on Arendelle’s most famous residents including Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven, as well as multiple fashion looks for Anna and Elsa.
Will you be celebrating with Treats at Home this year?