It's time to map out your Trick Or Treat strategy! Where will you go? People with more money (and give better candy) live in houses that are far apart. Apartment complexes, town homes and other dense neighborhoods often give the worst candy. It's tricky to find the "sweet spots" of decent candy in dense neighborhoods. Share your favorites below:

My kids hit the Richland alphabet houses and those are OK. I'd guess the homes off Keene Road near Gage Blvd. would be good. Some of the new subdivisions in west Pasco and West Richland are probably good. Golf course condos are likely hot spots.

Something else to consider is once neighborhoods get a reputation for being good, they get swamped and the residents switch to cheap candy to avoid dropping $100 on Halloween.