Five Below for Filling your Easter Basket

Easter is just around the corner and I’d rather save a buck or two and do all my shopping in one shop. Filling an Easter Basket isn’t easy, and frankly, I don’t have the time.

I had to show you this photo because this is literally everything I bought a Five Below for exactly $49.54. This basically fills two of my nephew’s Easter baskets and my kid’s Easter basket too, plus there are a few leftover. You can see that I got Reese‘s Peanut Butter cups, Sour Patch Kids, Nerds, Ferrero chocolate and even other stuff too.

What I like about this is this is not junk store quality material but every kid loves peeps, Hershey’s, Reese‘s peanut butter etc. Even the Mickey Mouse egg is reflective of a pretty common brand. This has always my biggest pet peeve of holiday shopping because I used to hate as a kid when I would get a lot of candies from places that no one ever heard of.

The mission here was to see if I could fill an Easter basket for under 50 bucks and you could see the mission is complete. If you are interested in any way of trying to get your shopping done in no time flat then a shopping spree at Five Below might satisfy and solve that Easter dilemma. Being able to handle the entire Easter basket in basically 15 minutes between a lunch break is essentially a dream come true.

Have you ever shopped at Five Below? Have you ever done a $50 shopping spree to fill a few Easter baskets? Would your nephews or nieces look disappointed if you gave them generic chocolate as opposed to Hershey and Reese’s peanut butter cups?