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Halloween is quickly approaching and with it, a perfect excuse to decorate your home in pumpkins, ghosts, skeletons, oh my! Whether you prefer something spooky or something stylish, there are tons of amazing Halloween decorations available online at retailers like Amazon, Target and Etsy.

From jack-o’-lantern string lights to ghoulish garlands, below are 10 popular pieces of fright night decor you can shop right now. The best part? They all cost less than $50.

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1. These black faux pumpkins

There are so many ways to decorate with these classy pumpkins.

Fun fact: Pumpkins don’t have to be orange. While you can find real pumpkins in white, sage green and coral, you can also find faux pumpkins in jet black. These ones from Amazon come in a seven-pack of varied sizes and are made of durable foam. They’ll look equal parts chic and creepy sitting on your mantle or table.

Get the Winlyn Store Artificial Black Pumpkins (7-pc) from Amazon for $19.99

2. These jack-o’-lantern string lights

You can hang these inside or outside.

Why wait until Christmas to hang up lights? Brighten up your fright night with a few strands of these pumpkin string lights. Each one consists of 20 LED lights encapsulated in smiling jack-o’-lanterns. They only require AA batteries to turn on and they have two modes: steady and flashing lights.

Get the Kailedi Halloween String Lights from Amazon for $14.98

3. This cheeky banner

This garland is more sweet than it is scary.

If you’re in search of a seasonal garland to drape over your mantel or hang over the front door, thousands of Etsy shoppers recommend this one. The banner is lightweight and easy to hang, plus it comes with 3-inch letters made of glittery card stock and a felt ghost. Bonus: You can also add the coordinating yarn ghosts garland to your purchase to pair with it for double the decor.

Get the Hey Boo Banner with Felt Ghosts from Etsy for $15.95

4. These spirited hand towels

Make even dishwashing fun with these Halloween hand towels.

When you’re decorating for Halloween, don’t forget the kitchen. Switch up your basic hand towels with this printed set from HSN. You’ll get four towels—two in orange and two in black—that are printed with fun and festive sayings, like “Witches and Vampires and Ghosts Oh My!” and “Squad Ghouls.”

Get the Design Imports Spooky Sayings Kitchen Towel Set (4-pack) from HSN for $24.15

5. This paranormal pillow

This pillow is almost too scary to sit on.

There are few things as haunted as an Ouija board. That’s why this throw pillow cover is the perfect accent piece for the month of October. Available in four sizes, it looks just like the cult-favorite board game and is machine-washable for easy cleaning. Note, however: We aren’t responsible for any ghosts it conjures up…

Get the Tidyki Ouija Board Throw Pillow Cover from Amazon for $12.99

6. This adorable Halloween gnome

Gnomes are all the rage in home decor this year.

Think of this little guy like the Halloween version of Elf on the Shelf. At just 20 inches tall, he’s just the right size to plop on your mantel or the windowsill and let his legs dangle down. While he’ll fit right into any home, Harry Potter fans will especially love his wizard hat and Dumbledore-esque beard.

Get the Halloween Fabric Gnome Sitter from Wayfair for $31.99

7. This black cat candy bowl

What a purr-fect treat holder.

Whether you’re planning on having trick-or-treaters this year or simply love having plenty of Reese’s at your disposal 24/7 (who doesn’t!), you could benefit from this cute candy bowl from Target. The bright yellow eyes and orange ears will stand out on the darkest Halloween eve. Plus, you can even use the bowl for more than candy, like popcorn, party mix or punch.

Get the Hyde and Eek! Cat Candy Bowl from Target for $5

8. This scarily festive doormat

Swap out your regular welcome mat for this Halloween-themed one.

Happy home or haunted house? That’s what guests will have to decide for themselves when they step up to your front door this spooky season. Remind them that they can enter if they dare with this Grandin Road doormat. Made of coir, it’s weather-proof and very durable so you can break it out again next year, too.

Get the Enter If You Dare Doormat from Grandin Road for $44.97

9. These spooky felt bats

Arrange these flying frights however you'd like throughout your house.

People will go bats over these, well, bats. Made of soft and lightweight felt, they come in a pack of 12, which you can hang in a creepy formation traveling up the wall or sprinkle around your home. They also come with wall-friendly adhesive for hanging and each bat features wire wings that you can bend and style to your liking.

Get the Assorted Felt Bats (12-pack) from Grandin Road for $19.50

10. This witch-approved candle

This Etsy candle is dotted with pretty crystals.

Brew up some delicious scents in your house with this Witches Night candle from Etsy. Available in a small 8-ounce and larger 16-ounce size, its fragrance is “a spellbinding combination of cinnamon stick, clove buds and apple.” The soy candles are hand-poured and have over 5,200 rave reviews from shoppers.

Get the Witches Night Crystal Candle from Etsy for $25.95

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