Poundland stores are offering customers the chance to get hold of an invisibility cloak as part of their new Halloween range.
The bargain retailer unveiled the fangtastic wardrobe staple this week and have listed the new addition as completely free - which makes sense as there's no fabric to hold onto.
The one-size fits all invisible cloak rests on a hanger with a Spooktacular purple sign draped around it, which reads: "Halloween Invisibility Cloak FREE".
Speaking of the new product, Poundland trading director Tim Bettley said: "We intended to trial this item last year but couldn't find it in the distribution centre.
"But now we've found it, we think our customers will see the value, if not the cloak."
The new offering is part of Poundland's largest ever Halloween range, with more than 270 products available in all stores across the country, with prices starting from £1.
However not all stores will be stocking the invisible garment, with only six Poundland shops around the country getting them in.
The Harry Potter-inspired cloak will be available at London Stratford High Street, Salford City, Bristol Galleries, Byker Retail Park (Newcastle), Leeds Lands Lane, Birmingham Corporation Street.
Aside from the wizarding cloak, fans of Poundland can also nab Skull Tealight Holders, Trick or Treat Loot Bags and Pumpkin Candy Buckets - perfect for Trick and Treating.
Bringing you all your Halloween needs, they also stock a range of face paints, scary signs and more skull-inspired paraphernalia.
Poundland is one of many retailers getting into the Halloween spirit. Recently, M&S unveiled a spooky Colin The Caterpillar cake for the holiday
Creepy Colin the Caterpillar cake boasts a ghoulish green face and possessed purple eyes while a hoard of white and green chocolate maggots hang onto his thick milk chocolate coating.
Creeping it real, Colin boasts complementing green chocolate feet while a witching purple chocolate swirl drapes over his body.
You know what they say, if you got it, haunt it!
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