Halloween at the Trampoline Park

Wow, how is it October already?

It feels like yesterday that school was starting and we were having flashbacks about 8 AM college classes that we signed up for without realizing our love for sleep.

But here we are.

If you’re the type to get giddy over pumpkin spice-flavored things and take selfies with red and yellow leaves, then Halloween is probably also high on your list. But, what if you don’t love Halloween? Do you wish you could just treat it like another day?

Doesn’t that oppose all the accepted business-to-consumer marketing information out there? Maaaaybe. But that doesn’t mean you have to bow down and trick out your entire park for this holiday.

Keep reading for a few tips on how to get in the holiday spirit without going overboard.

Put on a Movie

Yes, yes, movies are great for warm summer nights in the park, but it’s too cold to go outside for long this time of year. Offering a movie night (or a mini-movie series throughout the month) is a great way to show you care, without investing in a whole slew of animatronic mummies. Put on Hocus Pocus and offer candy corn, caramel popcorn, and whatever other delicious form of corn you can think of, and have a great time.

Discounts for Count Dracula

You know what people love more than dressing up? Free things. We love getting deals, because we’re naturally all little accountants at heart. So, combine cosplay and freebies, and you might just have a winning combination on your hands. It’s easy. Pick a day for a little Halloween party, and make sure people know that dressing up will get them discounted (or, you know, free) entry to the shindig. Parents will love the photo ops of their little flying superheros, and everyone will have a great time. All you need to do is offer a little candy and the rest is taken care of.

Haunted House Hack

How do you create a haunted house without paying a fortune in decorations and employees instructed to dress up and scream at customers? Simple. Buy a large chain, a padlock, and forget about anything else. The night of Halloween, just turn off the lights and hope for a nice creepy wind to blow some leaves by. Voila! Haunted house.

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