DC ranked number 2 city in US for trick-or-treating

Washington DC took the number two spot for best cities in the US for trick-or-treating.

Grocery delivery service, Instacart says this has nothing to do with safety, walkability or weather, but it has everything to do with what candy your kids will get in that pillowcase while ringing doorbells and saying trick-or-treat!

Here are Instacart's top five cities for the best candy hauls during Halloween. 

The Top Five Best Cities for Trick-or-Treating:
 
#1 Chicago, IL — Trick-or-treaters in the Windy City may need to wear coats over their costumes when venturing door to door, but they are the most likely to be rewarded with the best Halloween candy for their efforts. When it comes to ordering Halloween candy, Chicagoans favor Snickers.
 
#2 Washington, D.C. — When everyone coming to your door, including trick-or-treaters, is a potential vote in your favor, you stock up on the good stuff. Good news for Twix loving trick-or-treaters in the District, it’s their top ordered Halloween candy.
 
#3 Indianapolis, IN — You’re in luck if you’re trick-or-treating in the Crossroads of America. They come in number three on our list and Reeses’ Peanut Butter Cups come in at number one on their candy shopping lists.
 
#4 Seattle, WA — A great cup of coffee isn’t the only thing you can count on in Seattle. On October 31, when you put that costume on, you can feel just as confident about coming home with a bag full of the best candy out there. The number one candy ordered by Seattleites? Twizzlers.
 
#5 Los Angeles, CA — Sure, Angelenos are notorious healthy eaters, but at number five on our list, they clearly know the value of giving out the right candy on Halloween. Sour Patch Kids are the Halloween candy of choice in the City of Angels.
 

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