No tricks, we promise: 10 last-minute Halloween costumes — all under $40

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Got $50? Then you can get an awesome Halloween costume! (Photo: Getty)

Stores may have been pushing Halloween since Labor Day, but there are plenty of us who still don’t have our costumes in order. Don’t get spooked! We’ve got 10 easy ideas that run the gamut from to classic to cute, retro to right now. Plus, all are priced under $45. Order today and you’ll have plenty of time left to carve a few pumpkins before the trick-or-treaters arrive.

Astronaut Costume

Astronaut Costume. (Photo: Spirit Halloween)

It has been a big year for outer space. Just last week, two American astronauts conducted the first all-female spacewalk outside of the International Space Station. A successful manned mission to Mars seems increasingly likely. And this year marks 50 years since Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on the surface of the moon. Prepare yourself for an out-of-this-world Halloween experience with this zip-front orange jumpsuit, complete with NASA logo patches.

Shop it: Adult Astronaut Costume, $32 with 20 percent off with code ‘YAHOO19’ (was $40), spirithalloween.com

Avengers: Endgame Shuri Costume

Avengers: Endgame Shuri Costume. (Photo: Amazon)

Avengers: Endgame was the highest-grossing film of the year. Not only does this movie cap off a 22-film, decade-long cycle of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, but it also provides plenty of fodder for Halloween costumes. Get your gang together and dress as Hawkeye (fighting as Ronin), Ant ManThanos, or just about anyone from the celeb-filled cast of characters. Our pick: fan-favorite Shuri, princess of Wakanda, who makes a memorable appearance in Endgame (not to mention her starring role in Black Panther).

Shop it: “Avengers: Endgame” Shuri Adult Costume, $38 (was $55), amazon.com

Lemur One-Piece Costume

Lemur One-Piece Costume. (Photo: Party City)

The “zipster” is the Halloween version of the adult onesie. And what’s not to love? It’s cozy; it’s comfy; it will keep you warm on a chilly night; and you can eat all the candy you want and not have to worry about feeling bloated. While you can find this style of suit in any number of animals—from a giraffe to a fox to an adorable sloth—this lemur, with its cute black-and-white face and striped tail, is our pick.

Shop it: Adult Lemur One-Piece Costume, $30 with 25 percent off with code ‘TREAT25’ (was $40), partycity.com

Purple Pumpkin Suit

Purple Pumpkin Suit. (Photo: Amazon)

Tried-and-true Halloween looks never get old. Yet while a witch, ghost, or pumpkin will be welcome anywhere, why not try a new twist on tradition? A dapper dude will be sleek and chic in this suit fit for a “pump-king.” It comes with a jacket, suit, and tie—all in that same memorable print. (Hey, maybe he can wear it to work?) His better half can sport this wicked sweet witch-meets-candy-corn ensemble.

Shop it: Purple Pumpkin Suit, $35 (was $40), amazon.com

“Getting Physical” Accessory Kit

“Getting Physical” Accessory Kit. (Photo: Target)

From stonewashed denim to legwarmers, shoulder pads and lacey tops, the 1980s gave us so many trends that are basically made for Halloween. Arguably the most iconic? The quintessential aerobics instructor look! Pair hot pink leggings and some Reeboks with the “Let’s Get Physical” leotard, headband, and legwarmers in this set. You might also add a set of wristbands, some free weights, and your own boombox. Don’t forget the high ponytail and scrunchie!

Shop it: “Getting Physical” Accessory Kit, $15, target.com

Plus-Size Cat in the Hat Costume

Plus-Size Cat in the Hat Costume. (Photo: Party City)

Dr. Seuss is always in style. So even if it’s “too wet to go out” and “too cold to play ball,” don’t sit “in the house and do nothing at all”! Throw on your Cat in the Hat costume and hit the streets for Halloween! This unisex ensemble includes a jumpsuit with attached tail and bow and the requisite red-and-white striped hat. We’ve pictured the plus-size here, but you can find it in standard sizes too. Got kids or friends? Grab your Thing One and Thing Two and make it a party.

Shop it: Plus-Size Cat in the Hat Costume, $40, partycity.com

Avocado Toast Costume

Avocado Toast Costume. (Photo: Oriental Trading)

The perfect costume for the foodie, the trend follower, or the Instagram obsessed: Avocado toast! This one-size-fits all, unisex look features everyone’s favorite healthy fat cut into thin slices, spread onto toast, and sprinkled with a dash of salt and sesame seeds. Nutritious, delicious, and hilarious all at once! Have a baby in the house? She can be the avocado to your avocado toast. Or if you prefer to go with a couple’s costume, pick a partner and try this avocado and toast pairing. Basic? We think not.

Shop it: Avocado Toast Costume, $38 (was $47), orientaltrading.com

Tetris Game Costume

Tetris Game Costume. (Photo: Amazon)

Got a gamer in your group? When Fornite and Super Mario seem like way too obvious choices, why not try Tetris? This “interactive” costume comes with detachable pieces, so you can simultaneously trick-or-treat while trying to manipulate your Tetriminos into a solid horizontal line. For folks who prefer a dress version, you can find one here.

Shop it: Tetris Game Costume, $35, amazon.com

Homecoming Corpse Costume

Homecoming Corpse Costume. (Photo: Party City)

As an alternative to the vampire, witch, or even the ghost bride, we’re feeling the totally undead look of this zombie homecoming queen. Her fearsome outfit includes an ash-colored dress with shredded skirt, a “Zom Queen” sash, and eerie opera gloves. You may also want to add a hair-raising wig and zombie makeup for a totally shuddersome effect.

Shop it: Homecoming Corpse Costume, $30 (was $40), partycity.com

Men’s Cutthroat Pirate Costume

Men’s Cutthroat Pirate Costume. (Photo: Target)

Pinterest published its annual Halloween Report, and “pirate” was among the few costume searches to make the top ten for both men and women. Could it be that we’re all just looking to wear fancy pants, carry a sword, and say “Ahoy, matey”? The internet is replete with costumes for pirates of all sorts—from captains to deckhands to sexy lassies and shirtless lads. We’re partial to this classic, swashbuckling look that includes striped pants, a puffy lace-up pirate shirt with matching wrist cuffs, a wide belt with oversize buckle, a colorful headscarf, and boot cover accents. At just $25, you’ll have plenty of plunder left over for the requisite sword and eye patch.

Shop it: Men’s Cutthroat Pirate Costume, $25, target.com

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