Reverse trick-or-treating: The Kool-Aid Man will bring treats to kids stuck at home

Like everything else in 2020, Halloween is going to be different this year.

The CDC has advised against traditional trick-or-treating, so kids may just be stuck at home this year. But have no fear, little trick-or-treaters. The Kool-Aid Man is coming to save the day.

On October 31, the Kool-Aid Man will deliver Halloween-themed Kool-Aid Scary Berry Jammers, as well as Ghoul-Aid Scary Berry popping candy and Kool-Aid Man costumes to select homes and kids nationwide. Fans in select cities will receive a kit delivered on-demand, and a few lucky winners will be surprised when the Kool-Aid Man himself makes the delivery.

For a chance to get in on the Kool-Aid Halloween fun, parents can enter on Kool-Aid Man’s Twitter, and keep an eye out for the announcement tweet.