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Where to Buy Glow Sticks

Updated on October 15, 2014

Glow Sticks for Nightime Fun

When you need something that glows in the dark like glow bracelets, glow necklaces, or any other glow in the dark item, you need to know where to buy glow sticks.

Glow sticks come in all shapes and sizes: bracelets, necklaces, rings, wands, and sticks. Glow sticks are great to put on kids when outdoors at night. Events that scream for glow sticks are camping, trick or treating at Halloween, or just walking the dog at night.

Some people let children wear a glow in the dark bracelet at bedtime to make bedtime more fun.

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Glow Bracelets, Necklaces, and Rings - Sparkle!

Stock up on glow bracelets and necklaces for summer evenings at the park, concerts, or just to give kids to wear to bed!

Know What You're Buying

When you buy glow sticks, be sure to read the information on the package thoroughly.

A package might say it includes 50 pieces but that might mean 25 glow sticks (bracelets) and 25 connectors. So, it does include 50 pieces, just not 50 bracelets.

Glow Products to Make Your Night Fun

What would happen if you put glow in the dark lizards around the pool? Offer guests glow in the dark cups at your next evening party. Would you wear LED shutter shades? Paint some rocks with glow in the dark paint and watch the neighbors ooh and aah!

Where to Use Glow Sticks

Sometimes you need a glow stick. Maybe for safety. Maybe for fun. Or maybe just to be cool. Here are some place where you can use a glow stick and use it proudly.

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  • Camping
  • Football games or any games that are played outside after dark
  • Outdoor evening events like weddings, parties, you get the idea. Wear a glow stick bracelet and be seen.
  • Midnight skiing
  • Trick or treating -- Help keep track of those kiddos with glow necklaces and glow bracelets.

Not for Young Kids


Glow sticks and related items are not recommended

for children under 3 years old.

Be sure to supervise

young children with glow sticks.

Glow Stick Party Packs - Buy Glow in the Dark Glasses and Balls to Party After Dark

Make any outdoor event that's held in the evening more fun with glowing dark glasses and balls that light up!

Ice Cubes and Gold Balls That Light Up - Make Everything More Fun!

Do you love a glow sticks?

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    • Joan Haines profile image

      Joan Haines 

      7 years ago

      Yes, the glow in the dark rainbow ice cubes that change color are way, way cool!

    • gottaloveit2 profile image


      7 years ago

      Heck yeah! I LOVE the light up ice cubes - just right after a few martinis when I forget where I put my drink! Cracked me right up.


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