New and Innovative Halloween Decoration Turns Your Front Storm Door Into Decorative Handy Candy Dispenser; Pet Owners Can Keep Pets In While Passing Candy Out

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Halloween homeowners finally have a new way to build on an old tradition -- passing out candy. Thanks to the Eerie Entrance Halloween Candy Door, Halloween hosts no longer have to keep opening and closing their storm door every time trick or treaters come a calling. The Eerie Entrance simply replaces the screen or window in your existing storm door and becomes an inviting Halloween decorative accessory that also serves as a convenient way to give trick or treaters their candy. Those with pets no longer have to worry about their dog or cat escaping out an opened door while passing out candy.

This Halloween, homeowners can now greet trick or treaters without having to constantly open and close their storm door to pass out candy, thanks to the new Eerie Entrance Halloween Candy Door.

The Eerie Entrance serves as a festive Halloween decoration for the front of a home while the die-cut, swing-out doors allow Halloween hosts to pop out and distribute candy and treats to hungry costumed ghouls and goblins. Those with pets no longer have to worry about the dog or cat escaping through an opened door when handing candy out.

The Eerie Entrance is easy to set up. Simply remove the existing window or screen in the storm door and replace it with the lightweight, reinforced corrugated cardboard Eerie Entrance. Each side of the doors have one inch die –cut holes that serve as a way to see who is outside and to use as handles to help open and close the doors.

The Eerie Entrance is 74 –1/2" H x 30-1/4" W to fit standard 36-inch storm doors and can be easily trimmed with a utility blade to fit smaller doors. Each comes printed on one side with the words "Trick or Treat" and Halloween artwork in contrasting orange on black. The Eerie Entrance folds in half for easy storage until next Halloween.

Bob Kopach, an Elmhurst, Illinois resident normally takes two days off of work every year to prepare his home for Halloween. Seeing his wife and neighbors trying to manage passing out treats while trying to hold the door open gave him the idea to invent a Halloween door that would both add to the décor and make passing out candy much easier.

The Eerie Entrance Halloween Candy Door is available at and Average retail cost is $24.95. For more information go to


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