Halloween Food Deals: Phoenix Edition

By Judah Esparza

Jack-O-Lanterns lit on a dark road with fall leaves

Halloween is here! Since it’s on a Tuesday this year, college students may be struggling to find plans during the week in between classes and homework. Fortunately, there are eateries that offer Halloween food deals and discounts that college students can take advantage of. Get off campus and spend some time with friends eating food that is a pleasant change from what you are used to! After all, what college student doesn’t love cheap or free food?

Chipotle’s Boorito Deal

As GCU students who most likely live on campus, we only have so many food options for the entire year. The most important deal for Halloween this year, in my opinion, is Chipotle with their “Boorito” special. If you go in to any Chipotle location in a costume on Halloween, you can get a burrito for only $3. I don’t know about you, but that’s a deal that gives me the chills!

Krispy Kreme’s Free Donut

After grabbing a burrito, head over to Krispy Kreme, where they are offering glow-in-the-dark buckets when you buy a dozen donut holes. It’s just like trick-or-treating – but with donuts instead of candy!

Baskin Robbins’ Single Scoop

If you are not in the mood for donuts, then Baskin Robbins is offering single scoop ice cream cones for only $1.50 on Halloween. This is perfect for a quick dessert on a college budget!

Phoenix also offers many attractions such as corn mazes, haunted houses and many Halloween themed events around the city. This is the perfect opportunity to hit up your friends and go check out what Phoenix has to offer! Who knows – you may find your favorite new hangout spot or eatery!

Grand Canyon University is located in the heart of Phoenix, the perfect place for students to explore all that Phoenix and Arizona has to offer! Learn more about our campus and programs by visiting our website or clicking the Request More Information button.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University. Any sources cited were accurate as of the publish date.