Fill TWO Target Easter Baskets for Less Than $29 (Including the Basket!)

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blue and pink easter baskets filled with chips, books, toys and more

Don’t let Easter sneak up on you – head to Target to fill your basket with egg-cellent goodies today!

If you’re feeling uninspired about what to put in your children’s Easter baskets this year, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Hop over to where we found a budget-friendly way to fill two Easter baskets for under $29!

Of course, you can personalize each basket for each child as you see fit with even more items or upgrades, but hopefully, this deal idea can at least get you started!

target kids easter books in store

And if you want to add more to the basket while keeping the cost down, don’t forget to hit up your local dollar store or Target’s Bullseye Playground for small filler items and other options from just $1.

Check out this deal idea and bring smiles to your children on Easter morning…

blue Easter Basket filled with snacks and treats at the store

Buy 2 Spritz Berry Easter Baskets $1 each
Buy 2 Children’s Books as low as $2.98 each
Buy 1 LEGO City Electric Sports Car Building Set $7.99
Buy 1 LEGO Friends Mobile Fashion Boutique Shop & Salon Set $7.99
Buy 1 Duncan Butterfly XT YoYo $4.99
Buy 1 Chuckle & Roar Dream Sand $4.99
Buy 1 UTZ Easter White Cheddar Cheeseballs 1.75oz $1
Buy 1 UTZ Easter Cheeseballs 1.75oz $1
Total = $36.92
Less buy 1, get 1 50% off Books and Toys sale
Less buy 1, get 1 40% off LEGO sale

Final cost $28.73 for all 10 items!

Hip Tip: You can also opt to grab some Easter grass for your basket for as low as a $1 or even shred some colorful paper you have around the house for an even cheaper option!

Need more ideas for Easter? Check out these cheap ones!

  • Shipping & Terms


    Shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. You may also be able to opt for free in-store pickup if items are in stock and available near you.

    If you're a Target RedCard holder, you'll get an additional 5% off your order plus free shipping on any size order! However, exclusions do apply and orders for RedCard holders may require the $35+ shipping threshold.

    Plus, you might be able to score $1 savings on your order by consolidating your shipping. On the app, just click the No-Rush Shipping option. Online, click the "Save $1 with Order Consolidation" option during checkout.

About the writer:

Krystal has an associate's degree from Devry University, with over 6 years of writing experience between multiple publications in the fashion, lifestyle, beauty, and health industries.

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Comments 9


    We have these baskets in white and love them. They r the perfect size. They hold just enough w out going over board!

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Glad to hear these baskets seem to be an ideal size for filling with goodies! ๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿ’•

  2. beth-3

    I am struggling with teen boy Easter basket ideas. He doesn’t wear cologne, has enough chargers, t-shirts, wallets. The only thing I’m coming up with besides candy is gift cards.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! I checked with some team members for suggestions, and here’s some ideas they came up with for their teenagers – Nike slides, cash in an egg, baseball cards, earbuds or a fun case for his earbuds/airpods, water bottles, his favorite beverages (Gatorade, etc.), fun socks, fidget toys, personal care items (deodorant, hair styling stuff, etc.), fan gear, board games or games for a device, posters, and tickets to a favorite place or experience. Hoping these might be helpful! ๐Ÿค—โค๏ธ

      • Beth

        Wow! That’s a great list. Thank you so much for taking the time to do that. Much appreciated!

        • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

          You’re so welcome, Beth! Glad it was helpful! ๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿ’•

  3. Dani

    When my boys were teens I would use a baseball hat as a basket, I have also done a fishing pole and tackle box as a basket

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! Our Hip sidekick, Lina, made an Easter “basket” with a baseball hat too! That is such a creative and useful idea! ๐Ÿงข Loving the tackle box idea too, Dani! ๐ŸŽฃ๐Ÿค—

    • Beth


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