Five tattoo shops offering $31 tattoos on Halloween

BigBangInk

There’s a universe of options for $31 tattoos at Big Bang Ink, and other tattoo shops this Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner and here in Brooklyn you can celebrate it right many different ways. In addition to all the parties happening, five awesome tattoo shops are treating you to something that will last forever (unlike your Halloween candy), $31 tattoos. So grab your $31, and the nearest (dare)devil and go get inked!

Big Bang Ink
1270 Fulton Street, Bed-Stuy
(718) 483-8323

From 12-9 on the day itself, each artist at Big Bang will have their own ghoulish flash sheet to choose from. Here’s a compilation of just some of the designs. The death of hopes, anyone?

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TattooWonderland

Tattoo Wonderland
1580 McDonald Avenue, Midwood
(718) 375-0326

Tattoo Wonderland transforms into a Halloween Wonderland this year and will have over 300 tattoo designs to choose from starting at $31.31. Doors open at 12pm, tattooing begins at 1pm. They’re also the only shop to make a spooky promo video:

Tattoo Wonderland – Halloween 2015 from Tattoo Wonderland on Vimeo.

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BrooklynInk

Brooklyn Ink
462 87th Street, Bay Ridge
(718) 238-0844

Get yourself to Brooklyn Ink from 12pm-10pm on Saturday for a bad-ass biker skeleton among other fun designs. No appointments, walk(ing dead)-in’s only.

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Citizen Ink

Citizen Ink
2083 East 16th Street 2nd floor, Sheepshead Bay
(347) 275-5148

Make your mystical third eye a reality this Halloween by getting one permanently attached to your body! This artistic parlor will also be offering $31 tattoos (plus tip) for this day of the dead.

Bklyn Ink Works
7802 13th Avenue, Dyker Heights
(718) 833-8873

Among the craziness that is Dyker Frights, BIW is on the $31 tattoo bandwagon this year too. Be sure to get there early because nothing kills a buzz like a long line…or a ghost…

One Comment

  • wow. beats the tat i got on Administration Professionals Day. (Or was it Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day? Never mind.)