10 Sweet Easter Deals You Can Still Get at Costco if You Hurry

Buying some special treats from the warehouse retailer can make the spring holiday even better.

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Updated May 28, 2024
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With Easter drawing closer, now is a good time to head to your local Costco and grab some great deals for the holiday.

These bargains can help you make dinner for your family, get treats together for the kids, or just celebrate the season.

Check out these Easter deals and save money on groceries the next time you go to Costco.

Happy Easter Deluxe Gift Basket

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Not sure what to get someone who likes a bit of everything? Try a Happy Easter Deluxe Gift Basket.

The basket costs $79.99 until April 2 and comes with a variety of treats, including:

  • Hammond’s Lemon Cakes
  • J&M Caramel Sea Salt Cookies
  • Albanese Ultimate 8 Flavor Gummi Bears
  • Coney Island Sweet & Sea Salty Kettle Corn Pink Salt

The basket is already wrapped with the perfect bow so you don’t have to do additional work for your giftee.

Godiva Happy Easter Gift Basket

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Pick up the Godiva Happy Easter Gift Basket and bring joy to the chocolate lover in your life.

The basket costs $39.99 until April 2 and is packed with Godiva chocolate favorites such as:

  • Chocolate Truffle Coffee
  • Milk Chocolate Covered Graham
  • Signature Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Mini Bars

Easter Bunny Bucket of Sweets Gift Basket

Courtesy of Costco Costco easter bunny bucket of sweets gift basket

If you love Easter, check out this bunny-themed basket from Costco that is sure to make anyone “hoppy.”

The Easter Bunny Bucket of Sweets Gift Basket costs $29.99 until April 2 and comes with bunny-themed treats such as:

  • Peeps Bunnies
  • Russell Stover Hollow Rabbit
  • Sixlets Chocolatey Candies

All that sweet goodness is packed into a bucket with a bunny printed on it.

Mrs. Fields Some Bunny Loves You Easter Crate

Courtesy of Costco Costco Mrs. Fields Some bunny loves you easter crate

Cookie lovers will rejoice when they receive this Mrs. Fields Some Bunny Loves You Easter Crate from you for Easter.

The crate includes:

  • 24 Assorted Nibblers Bite-Sized Cookies
  • 24 Brownie Bites
  • 2 Frosted Cookies with Buttercream Frosting

Grab a crate for $39.99 from Costco until April 2.

Easter Belgian Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Courtesy of Costco Costco Easter Belgian chocolate-covered strawberries

You may not immediately think of chocolate-covered strawberries for Easter, but this twist on the treat is bound to put a smile on your giftee’s face.

Easter Belgian Chocolate Covered Strawberries come in a pack of 12 and feature spring colors and festive Easter decorations. 

You get:

  • 10 Milk Chocolate Belgian Chocolate Covered Strawberries
  • 2 White Belgian Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Grab them all for $49.99 through April 3.

Kirkland Signature Jelly Belly Variety Pack

Courtesy of Costco Costco Kirkland Signature Jelly Belly variety pack

There's nothing better than finding jelly beans in your basket on Easter morning. So grab a 64-ounce bucket of the Kirkland Signature Jelly Belly Variety Pack.

For just $21.49, you will enjoy finding unique Jelly Belly flavors all in one place.

Pro tip: Don’t overlook Kirkland Signature items. Choosing this well-respected store brand is a great Costco hack that can save you money.

Tipiak French Macarons

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Tipiak French Macarons come in festive colors that are sure to make them stand out on your Easter table.

The 36-count box of macarons features flavors such as:

  • Raspberry
  • Peaches and Cream
  • Lemon and Yuzu
  • Pistachio
  • Blueberry
  • Chocolate

You can get them all for $19.64 at your local Costco.

Austin Cake Ball Easter Collection

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Try something different with the Austin Cake Ball Easter Collection from Costco for $49.99.

The dozen cake balls feature fun flavors such as:

  • Oreo Cake Balls
  • Birthday Cake Balls
  • Lemon Drop Cake Balls
  • Strawberries & Cream Cake Balls

All are in the shape of Easter eggs and are as eye-catching as they are mouthwatering.

Cheryl's Assorted Easter Cookies

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Add some pretty cookies to your Easter baskets with Cheryl's Assorted Easter Cookies.

The box of 24 individually wrapped buttercream-frosted cookies includes:

  • White Flower Buttercream Frosted Cookie
  • Pink Egg Buttercream Frosted Cookie
  • Green Egg Buttercream Frosted Cookies

Get it for $39.99 in a pretty blue box that will make it the perfectly presented gift.

Bakery Bling Easter House Decorating Kit

Courtesy of Costco Costco bakery bling easter house decorating kit

Spend some fun family time with the kids on Easter with the Bakery Bling Easter House Decorating Kit.

The kit comes with pre-baked cookie houses and plenty of decorations that you can add to the outside such as glittery sugar, icing, and candy accessories. Grab a two-pack at Costco for $32.99.

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Make a list before you go to Costco so you remember what you need and what’s on sale. It can also help you stick to a budget in case you are worried about overspending.

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