It means two bank balance-busting consecutive weekends on the lash, two different costumes (you can't go as Breaking Bad's Heisenberg both times) and two Facebook albums of shameful antics.
Your ridiculous and unnecessary second Hallowe'en weekend begins with the return of Octopussy to The Arches (today, 10pm-3am, £10).
Tunes (mostly big, brash electro) play second fiddle to the bouncy castle and swimming pool at the student-baiting extravaganza, which is back for one night only.
There's also a bouncy castle at The Garage's Neverland: Halloween Edition (today 11pm-3am, £4) - expect the usual student nonsense with more costumes.
The Sub Club's special (today, 11pm-3am, £10) has the Feel My Bicep boys and their vintage 90s house alongside Simple Records' masked man, Will Saul.
TOMORROW it's Optimo (Espookio)'s first ever non-Sunday session.
Glasgow's legendary Hallowe'en party (Sub Club, 11pm-3am, £10) has a "haunted soundtrack with terrifying soundscapes" from guest MC Louis Cipher and a scarily competitive outfit competition is in store for those who can handle it.
Just yards away a similarly feverish spectacle awaits as Pressure (tomorrow, The Arches, 11pm-5am, £16) welcomes German techno's Ben Klock and the omnipresent Slam.
Not far away, at Stereo, the Thirst Zombie Party (11pm-3am, £8) has electro house all night long with an undead bent, while at the other end of the town Wolf Music (Berkeley Suite, 12pm-3am, £5) returns to the Berkeley with a howlin' house line-up featuring the label's golden boy Medlar.
Back down at Queen Street Fabriq has Robin Schulz (10pm-3am, £8) playing live while a few doors along it's La Cheetah's second installment of its 4th birthday celebration (11pm-4am, £14) which sees Kevin Saunderson rattle through the history of KMS Records in one set.
THERE'S no let-up on Saturday - especially not at SWG3 where Day of the Dead Glesga (10pm-3am, £12) brings live music, dancers, and a distinctly Glaswegian take on the Mexican festival.
The Arches has a Moda label showcase (10pm-3am, £15) with Marco Faraone and our own Mia Dora, concurrent with a Kilties Ibiza Reunion Tour (10pm -3am, £15) while Melting Pot (The Admiral, 11pm-3am, £8) also tips its sombrero to those who have passed with a residents-only Dia de Los Muertos special.
The Suck My Deck boat party (7pm-late, £20) takes 200 hardy clubbers down the Clyde with Balearic hero Marco Loco and then back to Saint Judes, which also hosts Barrientos and Doc Daneeka of Numbers' house love-in (11pm-3am, £5).
Post-weekend, take the opportunity to wind down on Tuesday with Remember Remember (8pm-late, £6) at the CCA, where Stuart Braitewaite from Mogwai will be DJing.