I got the Judgemental looks randomusername mentioned. when I was 13 I looked 17 so I stopped at 13 because nobody ever gave the good candy to a 6'1 13 year old. You can stop at any age but most stop when they're 12-13.
any age, if you are 46 yeas old and still trick or treating, guess what!? I'll still give you candy and tell you which house that you should avoid because they give out floss! But you might want to check your town's laws. They made it illegal in my town to trick or teat if you are older than 14. Even if you are taking little kids around.
I think I'm gonna stop in about 2 years. I'm 12. Come trick or treat at my house!!! I give out really good candy for the little ones (in costume) and the adults get toothbrushes or floss! All have to be in costume!
Honestly just keep going until 18 when it comes to trick or treating. The sad thing is, most people probably wont give out candy when your 18 and knocking on there doors since the tradition is supposed to follow through with really young kids so i mean that how it is unfortunately. BUT for dressing up at school and stuff screw the haters and do whatever u want because that part of Halloween should have no age limit. Dressing up is your time to express yourself and dont let anyone take that away from you!
Around 15 or 16 I would say. Or whenever you want,take my dad for example. hes dressing up and going trick-r-treating this year, and hes 43! He probably won't get lots of candy lol... Getting free candy is worth the judgeful looks!
In my opinion your never too old!! Im still going this year and Im 14, but next year Ill be older and people might think its wierd, I dont know if Im still going to go then, but usually people think around 13-16
When I was growing up (late 50's/early 60's for trick or treating age) it was just accepted that trick or treating ended when you turned 10. 10 and up usually went to various Halloween parties instead or helped hand out the candy.
Whenever you want. Whenever you feel like it. Just don't force yourself to grow up too quickly. I am 14 and stayed home last year but am going out again this year. No. Age. Limit. (Unless you are maybe 18...)
Well, I just turned 50 and I have a MAJOR hankering for Reese's Cups and Butterfingers! So, you all are on your on on this one! When you NEED a walker to get around, you should probably farm it out to your grand kids and steal their candy! :-)
Some areas have age restrictions and I recently learned that you can actually be arrested for trick or treating over the age limit(I have not been arrested in case you were wondering). If you are 18 are older in most areas it is illegal to wear a mask. I stopped trick or treating around 13, that's a pretty good age to stop.
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Little kids love dressing up! But so do teens! The interest drops around 10-13, so never give an age. The kid will wanna trick or treat and will the teen, but the sad in between tween is just finding their selfs. NEVER!!!!!