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Easter is just around the corner! Yay! After Easter clearance shopping has traditionally been very good. It’s my second favorite time of year to clearance shop for little toys and goodies for Operation Christmas Child. Christmas clearance is my all time fave.
Here’s predictions for clearance shopping at the stores I frequent. For those of you more familiar with other stores, chime in if you know when clearance markdowns might be!
Target: One Spot will likely be 30% the day after Easter. This is a new thing this year, as in the past the One Spot gone to 50% after holidays, but this year they’ve been marking One Spot down more slowly. I predict it will be 50% on the 8th and 70% on the 10th. One Spot clearance is really a guessing game since it’s a brand new mark down schedule for Target. For regular Easter merchandise, I predict 50% the day after Easter, 70% on the 9th (4 days later) and 90% off on the 11th.
Walmart: Walmart will be 50% off Easter merchandise the day after Easter and 75% off on the 10th, most likely, if they stick to their trend of marking down 6 days later. This year, they have been going to 90% off holiday merchandise for the first time, so we’ll have to keep an eye on that as well.
Kroger Stores: I haven’t kept great notes on this store, but they tend to do markdowns on Wednesdays when the new ad starts. 50% will definitely be the day after Easter. And, 70% may be as early as the 8th and 90% the 15th. However, knowing how slowly Kroger likes to mark down items, 70% may not even happen until the 15th.
Drug Stores: Walgreens, CVS, and Rite Aid seem to have their own mark down schedule based on manager’s discretion at each individual store. Keep your eye on the Clip with Purpose Facebook page for postings of when people are starting to find items marked down to 75% off. It will give you a good idea of when your store might do the same.
Well, it’s obviously the week before Easter because we are seeing some nice deals on Easter basket toys!
Toys R Us: 5 pack Hotwheels for $3 (thanks, Candice)
Kmart: 5 pack Hotwheels for $2.99 (thanks, Kyla)
Dollar General and Family Dollar: Hot Wheels BOGO (thanks, Patty)
Target: 40% off Easter Hotwheels Cartwheel and on sale BOGO50% off. Here’s a deal scenario from Totally Target:
Buy 1 Chelsea Easter Doll ($4.99) & 1 Hot Wheels Easter 4-Pack ($4.99) = $9.98
– $2.50 (one will be 50% Off with B1G1 50% Off select toys brands thru 4/4
-40% Off Hot Wheels Easter 4-pack Target Cartwheel
-40% Off Barbie Chelsea Easter Dolls Target Cartwheel
= $4.48 for both or $2.24 each after cartwheel & Deal
This deal could also be done with just the Hot Wheels packs (they cartwheel is good for up to 4 purchases per transaction)
If you missed out the last 2 times, now is your chance! Schoola, which sells new and used children’s clothing online, is once again offering a free $15 credit for new members and free shipping today only (no code needed!). If you have any referral credit to use, now would be a great time with the free shipping offer (everyone gets that, not just new members).
Browse around and sort by “new with tags” to find a couple totally free items for your Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes!
Walmart has a great price on a 580 count assorted tub of Legos! It’s just $20, with free store pickup. The same tub is about twice the price on Amazon right now! I’m not sure how long this deal will last, so don’t wait if you liek to pack Legos in your Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes!