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For years, Crayola.com has been a great site to learn about Crayola’s newest products and shop for the toys, crafts, and coloring items we can’t find in Crayola stores. But we just got word that Crayola is closing their online storefront — and Monday, May 8 will be the last day you can buy stuff from the site.

The good news? There’s a secret sale happening at Crayola.com to send off the old site. Some of our favorite product picks, like the Mini Marker Sprayer, are now 60% off, and you can get 25% off toys, art kits, and easels.

For more deals and money-saving tips, download The Krazy Coupon Lady app or text DEALS to 57299.

Here’s everything you need to know:


1. The last day to buy anything directly from Crayola.com is May 8, 2023.

Crayola official image of cartoon Crayon characters using a laptop

If an item is currently sold out, it won’t be restocked. You can still return items within 30 days of purchase and customer support will remain active. You can reach out to them by phone between 6 a.m. – midnight ET at 844-4-CRAYOLA (1-844-427-2965) or via email by clicking here. Typically, they respond within two business days.


2. Get 60% off during the Crayola.com secret closeout sale.

The Crayola Experience building

To close out the existing Crayola.com website, they’re offering a secret sale with discounts on various products, giving you the best prices on various Crayola products available right now. I’m talking like 60% off. Here’s what you can find:

Tip: You’ll get free ground shipping on orders of $99 or more.



3. Crayola says they’re relaunching their website to help people find their products at other stores.

crayola sidewalk chalk on a target shelf

So, why is Crayola shutting down their site? We reached out to them via Twitter to ask what’s going on, and they gave the following reply:

They haven’t said it specifically, but it looks like they’re going to shift from selling directly to consumers, to getting affiliate revenue dollars by pointing people to various retailers who sell their products.

That said, we love the free printable coloring pages and DIY craft ideas on Crayola.com, so we’re happy to find out that the only thing changing about the website is your ability to purchase items directly on it.



Crayola.com Is Closing Their Online Store by May 8 — And There's a Secret Sale!