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Free and discounted Halloween treats

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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

There are many extra treats lurking around town. These treats are sweet, savory, fun and, most importantly, at little or no cost this Halloween.

At participating Krispy Kreme locations Thursday, you can score a free doughnut if you come in wearing your costume.

Children 12 and under can get one free scary-face pancake at participating IHOP restaurants Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Kids eight and under can get a free Jamba Kids smoothie at participating Jamba Juice locations between 2 and 7 p.m. Thursday.

Wear a costume to any Chipotle restaurant Thursday and score a burrito, bowl, salad, or taco for just $3. All proceeds - up to $1 million - will go to charity.

Applebees and Outback Steakhouse locations have similar deals during Halloween. They're giving costumed boys and girls a free kids' meal with an adult purchase.

Ryan's Buffet is giving a free meal to kids in costume from 5-8 p.m. Thursday. Red Lobster is also doing free kids meals along with an adult purchase.

Whether funny, scary, or downright weird, The Deep Comics & Games at 2312 Memorial Parkway is offering anyone who comes in during business hours Thursday one free comic.

Mellow Mushroom Huntsville South is offering a free bruschetta appetizer with purchase of an entree for anyone who comes in wearing a costume.

At Sonic Drive-In locations across the area, they are serving up fresh corn dogs for 50 cents all day long Thursday.

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