5 Ways to Save Money This Easter

Blog Family Traditions For Mama Gift Guides Holidays Parenting Products Religion
Spread the love

Easter can be a holiday where the cost can add up, here are some great ways to save money. From Easter outfits, dinner, gifts, candy, eggs to hunt, decorations, and others you might decide to have it can all add up. How do you celebrate Easter without all the cost? Here are several money saving tips.

Buy the Candy Last Minute

When it comes to buying candy for Easter, whether for the basket or for your Easter egg hunt, there are several ways to save on candy. Buy candy last minute. As the prices start to go down you may have less choices, but stores will be doing what they can to sell off their stashes for the holiday. Buying candy that is not specialty for Easter is always a great option as well. There’s no need for Easter decorated wrappers and pink candy, all of which gets marked up substantially.

Save Plastic Easter Eggs Each Year

Buy and fill your own Easter eggs rather than buying specialty filled eggs. Then after the first year of buying plastic Easter eggs to fill, save them. Store away the plastic eggs to get out every year rather than buying new.

Forgo Extravagant Gifts

When creating Easter baskets for your kids and buying gifts make sure you stick to things your children NEED rather than want. This could be some new clothes for Spring, new toothbrush, new shoes, etc. No need to buy expensive toys that are unnecessary for the holiday.

Buy at the Dollar Store

There are so many Easter decorations, plastic eggs, and even candy you can buy at the dollar store near you. The dollar store is also great for finding objects to repurpose for your needs, whether for crafts, decorations, or other activities.

Buy Easter Outfits ahead of time

Easter outfits were always huge for my family, even if we didn’t make the trip to church on Easter. In order to save money, we try to buy Easter outfits right after Easter and buy sizes big for the kids to fit into next year. Also, find clothes that are not marketed as Easter outfits but fit the style. This can mean dresses or dress shirts that are bright, Spring colors.

How do you try to save money for Easter?

What’s your favorite part of the holiday?


Similar Posts:

13 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

8 Easter Picture Books

Easter Crafts, Activities, and More

History of Easter and Its Symbols


14 thoughts on “5 Ways to Save Money This Easter

  1. Yes, the Dollar Store! Seriously the best prices on easter goods! I also like thinking outside of the box, like for baskets I like looking around the house for what I already have!

  2. Thank you for the helpful ideas about how to save money on Easter. I think your suggestion of shopping at the dollar store is a great idea! I’m sure I could find lots of little cute things there.

  3. Such great tips on how to save money at Easter! I thought we were the only ones that kept the plastic eggs for “next year”. We have a large family and it was the only way to have eggs for the egg hunt every year.

  4. Great ideas! I do see people posting photos on Facebook that they bought their kids a Hoverboard or air pods for Easter! It’s amazing how much people spend.

  5. I love these ideas! Super cute and inexpensive! I like getting things for the kids that I’m not super attached to just in case they ruin them lol!

  6. Sarah, these are amazing tips. Wished I had seen it earlier as I picked up a few Spring/summer outfits for my kids today but already showed it to them. ??Typical mommy.
    I will definitely be getting things they need rather than want this Easter.

  7. Great tips! Me, I always keep everything that excess from every occasion. I kept my easter egg plastics from last year, so now I will be using it again but will put additional styles or designs to make new from the eyes of my kids.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *