McDonald’s is Back with its Halloween Trick-or-Treat Buckets, Glowing Bags and a Witch Hat

McDonald’s has launched its Halloween Trick-or-Treat buckets with Loungefly for its September catalog. The must-have collection puts a Halloween twist. These treat buckets have been one of the most iconic Happy Meal packaging of the much-loved McDonald’s since 1986. Its return gives major 90s kid vibes.

Set for release next month, Loungefly is bringing back McDonald’s iconic green and orange buckets – the Halloween Happy Meal McPunk’n Crossbody Bag and the McGoblin Crossbody Bag priced $65 – $70.  These trendy new bags glow in the dark.

The Nostalgia Buckets

The original McDonald’s Trick-o-Treat buckets were a must-have in the 1990s. It came as the container for any Happy Meal and was offered with different faces and personalities. These buckets were the perfect marketing tool – McPunk, the traditional, smiling jack-o-lantern, and the McBoo, a ghost face, and McGoblin, that evil grin.

McDonald’s Boo buckets underwent numerous redesigns. It came in three colors – orange, white, and green in 1989. The buckets were introduced as McPunk’n, McBoo, and McWitch in 1992, fitted with a lid that could also be used as a cookie cutter.


The buckets, between 2010 and 2016, featured pop culture tie-ins, including Mr Potato Head, Minions and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.

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Nandika Chand