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Where Are the Best Easter Deals and Freebies? (UPDATED)

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Easter deals and freebies
Roughly four out of five Americans plan to celebrate Easter this year. Oftentimes, retailers use holidays like this to increase sales by offering great deals. Read on for a roundup of the best Easter deals and freebies available in 2018.

By the way, Easter might not have as many sales as there are on some other holidays do, there are still enough of them to provide you with opportunities to save money.

Easter Deals and Freebies


  • 1-800-Flowers: Save $5 to $20 on Easter baskets and flowers.
  • AmazonAmazon is offering 20% or more off select Easter candy.
  • Best Buy: Save up to 50% on Easter-themed DVDs for kids.
  • Build-A-Bear: Select bunnies are two for $35 through the end of the week, only if you order online.
  • CafePress: Save 20% on tee-shirts for toddlers with the discount code CPBUNNY, through April 5.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods: Save up to 40% on outdoor gear for spring when you order online.
  • Dollar General: All Easter items, and especially eggs and candy, are seriously marked down.
  • Edible ArrangementsGet up to 20% off select fruit baskets.
  • Hobby Lobby: Save up to 40% on Easter-themed crafts and kits.
  • FTD: Save $10 on an assortment of 20 colorful tulips.
  • Macy’s: Save up to 50% on some items in the Martha Stewart Easter Collection through Sunday.
  • Modcloth: Use the discount code GALS to get 15 percent off orders of more than $100.
  • Mrs. Fields: Use the promo code EASTER15 to get 15% off Easter-themed items through the end of the week.
  • Nordstrom: Get up to 55% women’s warm-weather dresses through the end of the week.
  • Party City: Adorn the roof of your car with gigantic rabbit years for just $14.99 plus tax if you buy the kit in the store (or get it delivered for a flat rate of $7.99). Human-sized bunny ears start pricing at 99 cents.
  • Pier 1 Imports: Save up to 30% on Easter-themed items.
  • ProFlowers: Save 25% on orders of $39 and up with the use of the promo code PFPLA2539 at checkout.
  • Sur La Table: Spring and Easter items are 30% off through April 4.
  • TargetThe week before Easter, Target is giving a free $10 gift card to every customer who purchases $50 in groceries.
  • Walmart: The sales circular for the weeks leading up to Easter include six-packs of fillable plastic eggs for 88 cents; 12-packs of pink Peeps bunnies for $1.24; and 98 cents for a pair of pink bunny ears.
  • World Market: Easter-themed candy, baskets and linens are up to 25% off through April 3. Save an additional 10% on any order when you use the promotional code SAVEBIG10.


  • Bob EvansGet a heat-and-serve Easter meal for four to 10 people for $49.99 to $109.99, depending on the size and meal options.
  • Cracker BarrelOrder a Heat n’ Serve Easter Family Meal online and pick it up between March 30 and April 1 for your celebration (serves up to 10) for $109.99.
  • Golden Corral: Golden Corral will be holding a special Easter brunch until 2 p.m. for $11.99 per person. If you plan to head to Golden Corral, also plan on a hefty wait. Most locations don’t take call-ahead seating and the buffet chain has become a popular holiday meal destination.
  • Krispy KremeEvery year, the chain releases an Easter-themed doughnut that’s usually 50% off — this year’s flavor is called Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg.
  • Marie Callender’sGet a take-home Easter feast that feeds four to six people from $99.99 to $139.99, including entrees, sides, desserts, and coffee.
  • Old Country BuffetGet the Easter Family Pack To-Go meal (turkey, ham, sides, and pies) for $89.99 — order by Friday, March 30.


Check your local listings for these common freebies for you might find in your community this Easter.

  • Kids: Some local businesses may offer free holiday baskets for kids.
  • Events: Check your local listings for free public events like parades, egg hunts, and festivals — especially things for children.

Online you should also be able to find an abundance of free Easter printables as well as ecards you can send.

Those looking for a great deal or freebie surrounding the Easter holiday have plenty of opportunities to save. Take advantage of these and continue to keep a lookout for local deals and announcements.

Readers, have you had a chance to check out any of the deals or freebies mentioned in this article — if so, can you let us know your opinion of them by posting in the comments section? And if you’ve come across any that we haven’t covered yet — can you let us know here so we can update this post?

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