Easter will be here sooner than you think. This year the holiest of holidays falls on April 1, which is less than 3 weeks away. More of Lent has passed than is yet to come, which means you can officially get excited for when you can eat chocolate again (or resume whatever else you may have given up).
Have you started shopping for the contents of your Easter baskets yet? I’m guessing not…you wouldn’t want to be tempted by contraband in your house. However, if you think you have the willpower to keep your Easter candy in your house for 19 days without digging in, then you can take advantage of this one-day-only deal. Easter candy, flowers and, um, bacon (?) are all on sale.
All 30 items can be seen here. Otherwise, I’ve listed a few below:
Normally $47, this #1 bestselling bouquet is 36 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Benchmark Bouquets Signature Roses and Alstroemeria, With Vase on sale for $30.06
Normally $21, these #1 bestselling chocolate bunnies are 44 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Ghirardelli Spring Milk and Caramel Egg and Bunny Shapes Bag, 15.6 Ounce on sale for $11.89
Normally $27, these Easter Hershey kisses are 32 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Hershey’s KISSES Milk Chocolate Pink Easter Egg Filler Bulk Candy, approx. 400 Pieces on sale for $18.38
Normally $25, this #1 bestselling bark is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
barkTHINS Snacking Chocolate Variety Pack, with Dark Chocolate Coconut, Dark Chocolate Pretzel, and Dark Chocolate Almond, 3 Count (4.7 Ounce) on sale for $11.89
Normally $44, this Easter bunny fruit and treats basket is 40 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Golden State Fruit Easter Bunny Fruit and Treats Gift Basket on sale for $26.36
Normally $51, this bacon is 25 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Hormel Black Label Double Smoked Bacon, 16oz (4 Pack/16oz Each) on sale for $38.60
Easter (Photo via Shutterstock)
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