Halloween's convenient Saturday date is making it even easier for Americans to take a scary weekend getaway.
"We're seeing more of a trend towards event travel. Flying to go to sports games or surrounding trips around a major event or holiday is becoming more popular," Bill Miller, senior vice president of operations at CheapOair.com, told ABC News. "Halloween over a weekend allows for a full itinerary over two to three days."
However, that doesn't necessarily mean that airlines and hotels will see big bookings.
As Gabe Saglie, senior editor at Travelzoo, said, "I don't think you are going to find a lot of people hopping on a plane and traveling across the country to stay at a paranormal hotel."
Still, many of us live within a few hours' drive of a spooky destination, so there might a good number of people who have planned a Halloween excursion. Do you have Halloween travel plans?