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Easter Candy & Gift Price Comparison

March 19, 2012

Monroe on a Budget has posted the Easter 2012 candy and gift price guide to help compare & keep down the costs of putting together Easter baskets! My personal favorite has a variety of sizes & prices to compare:

  • Jelly beans

Brach’s jelly beans about 10 ounces, $1, Wal-Mart flier week of Feb. 26.
Starburst jelly beans, 7.3-14 ounce package, $1.88, Wal-Mart flier week of Feb. 26.
Brach’s jelly beans, size ranges 7 to 18 ounces, $2 each, Meijer flier week of Feb. 26.
Bulk jelly beans, 99 cents for 11 ounce bag, with coupon from March Saving Sense book, at Flour Garden.
Brach’s jelly beans, 38 ounces, $4.99 a bag before Up reward, Rite Aid flier week of March 4.
Jelly Belly jelly beans, 7 ounces, $2.99 a bag before Up reward, Rite Aid flier week of March 4.
Gold Emblem jelly beans, 99 cents for 7 ounce bag, CVS flier week of March 4 (Extra Care Bucks offer available on one).
Brach’s jelly beans, 14-16 ounce bag, $1.50 each or two for $3, Kmart flier week of March 4.
Starburst jelly beans $2.50, Target flier week of March 4.
Starburst jelly beans $2.49 for one bag or $4 for two bags, Walgreens flier week of March 4.
Jelly Belly jelly beans, $2.99 a bag, 7 ounces, Rite Aid flier week of March 11.
Jelly beans, $1 a bag, I can’t figure out the size, Big Lots ad week of March 11.
Starburst jelly beans $2.50 a bag or two for $5, CVS flier week of March 11.
Brach’s jelly beans, 12 to 16 ounce bag, $1.79 each or two for $3, Walgreens flier week of March 11.

You’ll also find the latest prices and comparisons for:

  • Bag of funsized chocolates
  • Cake mix
  • Peeps
  • Cadbury eggs
  • Reese’s eggs
  • Mars egg or bunny chocolate single serving size
  • Russell Stover single eggs
  • Chocolate bunnies
  • Melting chocolate
  • Egg decorating kit
  • Easter baskets
  • Bag of M&Ms
  • Whopper robin eggs
  • Stuffed animal toys
  • Stuffed plastic eggs with candy
  • Hot Wheels / small car toys

The list will be updated by Monroe on a Budget until Easter, and should help you know if you’re getting a great deal or just an everyday price on the items you’re picking up for the holiday!

From → deals & steals

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