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This Easter Sunday retailers are pulling out their best discounts to entice consumers to shop in the days leading up to the spring holiday.

But you don’t have to hunt for the best prices on your own; we’ve already done that for you. Get hopping toward our 15 best sales and deals for Easter 2016.

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  • Amazon: Visit the Amazon Easter Shop to save on clothes, decor, candy, toys and more.
  • Belk: Find deals of 50% off or more on dresses, suits and other apparel.
  • Forever 21: Shop spring break deals starting at just $3.
  • Jo-Ann: Shop discounts on fabric, plastic eggs, baking supplies and more at the arts and crafts store.
  • Kohl’s: In the Semi-Annual Kids’ Sale, use coupon code KIDSPRING10 to take $10 off a qualifying kids’ clothing or shoe purchase of $30 or more. Deal ends Saturday.
  • Pier 1 Imports: Look for savings on spring and Easter merchandise, including decor, floral, dining and entertaining.
  • Pottery Barn: Save up to 60% on all things Easter, including dinnerware and baskets.
  • Kmart: Shop for Easter clothing starting at just $10.
  • Target: Through Saturday, get a free $5 gift card when you spend $25 on qualifying Easter baskets, eggs and more.
  • Urban Outfitters: Find 20% discounts on all dresses in the Spring Sale. The discount will be taken at checkout.
  • Williams-Sonoma: Enjoy up to 60% off Easter favorites, including entertaining items and dinnerware.
  • 1800Flowers: Use promo code EASTERSAVE20 to take 20% off your order from the store’s exclusive Easter flower and gift collection when you spend $59.99 or more.

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Whether you’re shopping for yourself or filling baskets on behalf of the Easter Bunny, always check the fine print of retailer sales for ending dates and possible exclusions.

is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: courtney@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @courtneynerd.

This article originally appeared on NerdWallet.

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