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JetBlue is giving out free Halloween candy in these three cities


JetBlue is serving up full-size Halloween candy to those in three select cities and on more than 900 flights. (Seth Wenig / AP)

You don’t have to be booked on a JetBlue flight to score a free snack from the airline this Halloween.

The company will be handing out treats for the holiday in New York, Boston and Boca Raton, Florida in makeshift spots called JetBoo houses.

The airline that prides itself on being the first to offer unlimited brand name snacks and full-size soda cans in-flight will also dish out full-size candy on more than 900 JetBlue flights on Wednesday.

Those visiting the JetBoo houses will be treated to Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bars, KitKat, Twizzlers, Sour Patch Kids, Swedish Fish, Dots or Skittles while supplies last.

The “houses” will be open Wednesday from 3 to 8 p.m. at these locations: Fort Greene Park (Corner of Dekalb and Washington Park) in Brooklyn; Boston Common (Corner of Beacon and Charles St.) in Boston; and Lake Wyman Park (1500 NE 5th Ave.) in Boca Raton.

While costumes are encouraged, you won’t be turned away or denied candy if you don’t show up in one. Each guest gets to choose one full-size piece of candy.

On select flights, full-size Twizzlers and Starburst will be given out on-board.