Continuity mistake: In Christmas Town, while Jack is singing What's This, he grabs an umbrella from the snowman. Then he climbs on to one of the roofs and he leaves it in the snow. In the house he doesn't have it, but outside he has it again. (00:16:10)
Continuity mistake: When Jack is having his Santa joyride, the army is called in to shoot him down. There is one sweeping shot of the giant cannons rising and firing at him. If you look at the bottom of the screen, you can see two small soldiers as the guns are rising, but as they fire, the soldiers blink out of existence. (00:58:30)
Continuity mistake: After Jack is blown out of the sky and is lying in the graveyard, he has several grey smudges on his face from the explosion. But in the very next shot, a bird's eye view of Jack lying across the angel, the smudges have disappeared. (00:59:10)
Continuity mistake: Throughout the movie, there have always been four vampires, but near the end, at the vampire hockey shot, there are actually five there. Three on the ice, and two behind the wall. They put the tall weird vampire out twice. (01:09:30)
Continuity mistake: When the mayor gets into his car after he hears that Jack has been killed, his hat has to bend for it to fit under the roof. But a couple of scenes later, when Oogie Boogie hears the news, you see the mayor's hat; and it is short enough for it to fit without bending.
Continuity mistake: When Jack is telling Sally that he wants her to make his Sandy Claws outfit, he shows her a picture of him in a Sandy Claws outfit. We get a very clear look at the picture. However, when he is telling her which colors go where, you can see writing on the picture that was not there before.
Continuity mistake: When Sally is making some food for Jack while he's trying to solve Christmas the scientific way, she shoves a cork onto a bottle. The cork is shoved in far enough that you'd need a corkscrew to pull it out. When she places the bottle into the basket, the cork isn't visible at all. When Jack gets the basket, he is able to open it because the cork is out enough for someone to pull at it.