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    does any one know when Halloween Express opens do they all open the around the same date last year at this time they were open
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    Well they're not very organized as far as I can tell. I emailed them and they told me they would list locations on the site this past Monday. Just emailed someone else there asking about location listings. Will update when I get a response.

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    The one in Florence, Ky is open!!!

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    I wasn't very impressed with their store in Dallas last year... all costumes, little to no props. I also thought they were a bit over priced.

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    They finally updated their site www.halloweenexpress.com There is a store locator on there. http://www.halloweenexpress.com/store_locator.php

    They didn't have opening dates listed (for the ones by me at least).

    Purely and simply evil

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    The stores in Central Florida open this Friday - Sept 1st!

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    The Bloomington, IL H.E. is now open in the K's plaza on Veteran's Parkway. Lots of cool creepy decor, but it's kind of over-priced, as are their costumes, make-up & accessories! It's too bad, because I'd love to support them since they're independently owned (they own their own stock), but it's one of those things, I gotta look out for the family's bottom line!
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    Yeah...they have a tendency to be overpriced on their props. We did end up buying our "hanging bones" prop from them three years ago during a post Halloween sale. I'm assuming the one here in Omaha will be opening VERY soon. They had tons of props and costumes in the windows of the store.

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    Went into Halloween Express last night, found it by accident, love that. Well of course everything was overpriced. I bought this groudbreaker Zombie from Wal-mart for $14 at Halloween Express it was $25 I believe, almost double. It was fun looking around, my sister was with me and thought it was really cool, but I think she thinks I'm even crazier now.

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    Went to Halloween Express last night with the kids (11 month old and 5 year old). Was great looking at everything they had (more costumes than anything else) but definitely overpriced. It's always fun to look at a prop and think wow........until you look at the price tag and it is in triple digits (in reality should at most be $50 maybe).

    Had fun being stalked by one of their sales people too. In the 30 minutes I was in there, he passed us by at least 60 times.
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