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Shopping at Hobby Lobby for holiday decor might be just as enjoyable as shopping at Target. Can you imagine if they had a coffee shop inside there, too? If you’re looking for more than just pastel bunny-themed decor, you’ll love the selection of Hobby Lobby Easter items I found. Hobby Lobby has all sorts of Easter items that are perfect for the kids, decor, crafts, and more.
But not every Easter item at Hobby Lobby is a win. There are certain items you can buy cheaper elsewhere. And our biggest tip … don’t buy anything at full price at Hobby Lobby — ever.
We have all the details on how to get your Easter fix at Hobby Lobby for cheap and exactly when to shop.
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Shop for Hobby Lobby’s Easter items only when they’re on sale.
Hobby Lobby has no shortage of Easter stuff — I found activities, toys, apparel, baskets, eggs, crafts, kitchen items, party supplies, and decorations all themed for the season. But paying full price for these items is a rookie move. Let me teach you the secret.
Since the Hobby Lobby 40% off coupon is long gone, we have to rely on their sales to save. The good thing is, Hobby Lobby has great sales. So if a product you’re eyeing isn’t on sale now, you’ll most likely catch it on sale within the next few weeks. That’s why you need to make the Hobby Lobby sale schedule your new best friend.
You can expect their Easter Party, Crafts & Decorations category to always go to 40% off the last week of February through April (These dates will vary based on when Easter falls. If it’s an early Easter, expect to see this price drop until the holiday.) Then the Easter items go to 80% off the week following the holiday.
Only buy Easter eggs on sale at Hobby Lobby.
Hobby Lobby isn’t always the winner for plastic Easter eggs when we do the math on the price per egg. If you’re looking to buy plastic eggs at Hobby Lobby, always make sure they’re on sale — or else you’ll overpay.
Even with them on sale, don’t forget to shop around. For example, this 6-pack of sports-themed plastic eggs is on sale for $2.39 (regularly $3.99) at Hobby Lobby, but the same eggs as a 6-count at Dollar Tree are $1.25.
Also, a 24-count of mini Easter eggs at Hobby Lobby is $1.19 (regularly $1.99), or you can get a 24-count of full-size eggs (with one golden egg) at Dollar Tree for just $1.25.
Shop in store to avoid Hobby Lobby’s shipping fees.
Getting Hobby Lobby free shipping is pretty much impossible. Occasionally, we’ll see free shipping on orders over $50, but they never have a “free shipping on any order” deal.
At Hobby Lobby, shipping starts at $7.95 for orders of $0.01 – $15 (after discounts are applied). And the fees increase all the way up to $999.95 for orders of $9,999 or more. For example, if you spend $100 online, you’ll pay $14.95 for shipping. Here’s their full list of shipping fees.
Shop these Hobby Lobby Easter Items Under $5
Supplies for Dyeing Easter Eggs
Easter Baking Supplies
Shop after the holiday to save up to 90% on Hobby Lobby Easter clearance.
Like we’ve said, paying full price at Hobby Lobby is a no-no. If you’re hoping to stock up on Easter goodies for the following year, you can shop in store after Easter to hunt down some pretty sweet savings.
For example, last year Hobby Lobby had Easter items listed for 90% off starting 10 days after Easter. We were able to find Easter signs for $0.79 (regularly $7.99), gingham carrots for $0.49 (regularly $4.99), Easter baskets for $0.99 (regularly $9.99), and garland for $0.99 (regularly $9.99)!