Get Your Spooky Season Tarot Reading With These Novelty Halloween Decks

Mia Maguire
Get Your Spooky Season Tarot Reading With These Novelty Halloween Decks
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Astrology, healing crystals and tarot card readings are just a few new-age-y practices that are suitable year-round, but in the spirit of Halloween being just around the corner, what better time to refresh your current set-up with some seasonal iterations of the classics? Novelty tarot cards and decks offer the same function as conventional versions, but they’re updated with theme-focused illustrations. Halloween tarot cards are no exception and I dare you to read on without buying at least one spooky spin-off of a classic deck.

Getting your tarot reading done by a professional is always a solid choice (and a fun experience to do with friends on Halloween), but sometimes, a reading done DIY-style is the only option. Reading your own tarot doesn’t have to be hard, and I’m here to argue that an especially fun deck can make it even more exciting!

Whether you’re a bona fide expert at tarot reading on the hunt for some festive novelty decks to add to your collection or you’re just obsessed with Halloween and want a fun activity to do during the scary season, these Halloween-themed tarot cards are adorable—not to mention, a great way to practice some serious self-reflection.

Below, read on for our faves to help you lean into the spooky szn spirit. Happy Halloween!

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The Ghoulish Garb.

The Ghoulish Garb Terror Tarot

This ghoulish Halloween-themed Major Arcana tarot deck set also comes with a guidebook and a special keepsake box for storage and festive display.

 

Rachel JPG wenches tarot deck

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Tarot of Famous Wenches Card Set

From Stevie Nicks to Joan of Arc, this witch-themed tarot deck pays homage to some of the coolest wenches (and women) from pop culture history.

 

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Courtesy of WisdomByKK.Etsy.

Vintage Halloween Tarot Deck

This deck of tarot cards from Etsy features vintage-inspired Halloween imagery that feels as sweet as it is spooky.

 

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Courtesy of Rockpool Publishing.

The Macabre Tarot

Does it get spookier than a coffin-shaped tarot deck? I think not! This one comes with a guide book, too.

 

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Courtesy of Insight Editions.

The Nightmare Before Christmas Tarot Deck and Guidebook 

If you’re a fan of this iconic Halloween-meets-Christmas movie, these themed tarot cards feel like a no-brainer for fall and winter.

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Courtesy of Llewellyn Publications.

Jack-O’-Lantern Tarot

Giuliano Costa’s mesmerizing drawings bring these spooky tarot cards to life. They might as well be hung up like pieces of art all October long!

 

US Game system halloween tarot cards

Courtesy of U.S. Games Systems.

The Halloween Tarot Deck & Book Set

Imbued with a light-hearted, Halloween-themed approach to traditional tarot perspectives, this 78-piece card deck and book comes with everything you need for a spooky session.

 

The halloween oracle tarot deck

Courtesy of Blue Angel.

The Halloween Oracle Cards

Chock full of playful illustrations of black cats, witches, and plenty of pumpkins, this Halloween oracle card set is the perfect way to get into the spooky holiday spirit if you have too many tarot decks to justify another.

 

Halloween printables tarot cards

Courtesy of Halloween Printable/Etsy.

Halloween Printable Tarot Cards

Each card in this super affordable printable deck of tarot cards is emblazoned with Halloween motifs, including ghouls, black cats and bats—each of which symbolizes something different during your reading.

A version of this article previously appeared in July 2021.

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