Thursday, April 7, 2011

Easter Candy Coupons

Lent is waning, and Easter is almost here!  I am definitely planning to stock up on some Easter candy for me and my husband my kids in the next few weeks, so I am looking for the best deals.

Here's a roundup of the coupons I found for Easter candy.  My goal is to pay about $1.50 or less per bag, between sales and coupons, for good, name brand candy.

- $1.50/1 Nestle Butterfinger fun size bag
- $.55/1 Nestle NestEggs (8 oz. or 10 oz. varieties)
- $1.00/2 Nestle NestEggs (8 oz. or 10 oz. varieties)
- $.55/1 Wonka Jelly Beans
- $1.00/1 Wonka Jelly Beans
- $1.00/1 Wonka Scrumdiddlyumptious Chocolate Eggs 5-pack
- $1.00/2 Mars Seasonal Products

Other printable
- Nestle Family - more Nestle Nest Eggs and Wonka

Recent Insert coupons:
- $1.00/1 Dove chocolate
- $1.00/1 any Lindor truffles
- $1.00/3 Hershey's Kisses, Reese's, Hershey's Miniatures, Cadbuy, or Whoppers
- $1.00/2 Hershey's Reese's or Cadbury Centerpiece items
- $1.00/2 bags of Starburst or Lifesavers Jellybeans

Right now using the $1.00/2 Mars seasonal products coupon you can get free Snicker's candy eggs at many stores (Thanks, Money Saving Mom for the tip).  I already got a few free individual candies free with the similar insert coupon from a few weeks ago.

Over the next two weeks I'll be looking for big sales, especially at the drugstores.  In the past there have been ECB or RR deals, or at least pretty big markdowns shortly before holidays.

Most of these coupons probably expire on Easter, but consider hanging on to any that don't.  Then you can snag double savings the week after Easter when everything is at least 50% off!

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Photo by Gastonmag.

1 comment:

  1. I can't buy Easter candy early because it "magically" disappear. No idea where it goes...



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