The Children’s Place Has a Huge Easter Sale
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The Children’s Place Has a Huge Easter Sale

Posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 at 7:00 am
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Have your kids outgrown last year’s Easter outfits? Now is a good time to check out the huge Easter sale at The Children’s Place. The sale includes dozens of Easter outfits for kids starting at $7.99. Some of the outfits are up to 60% off.

If you order clothing and accessories from the Easter Sale online, it will be delivered by Easter for free. Order by 11:59 PM EST Sunday, April 10th for delivery by April 17th (Easter Sunday, 2022). Clothing categories include: Girl, Boy, Toddler Girl, Toddler Boy and Baby.

The advantage of shopping online is that you won’t have to enter a physical store with a child who might be sick or who is immunocompromised. The disadvantage is that the clothing you purchased online doesn’t fit your child after all.

The Children’s Place might be inside your local mall or as a standalone shop near where you live. The Easter sale should be valid there as well. The advantage of shopping in the physical store is that a parent can have their kids try on the clothing (to make sure it fits them well). The disadvantage is that the store may run out of the dress or shirt your child wanted to wear on Easter before you got there.

When in doubt, take a moment to go through the dressers and closets to see what condition last year’s Easter clothing is in. Has it been ripped? Is there a stain on it that seems impossible to remove? You might find that last year’s outfit is too worn out to wear this year.

If the clothing is in good condition, it is time to see if it still fits your child. If so – congrats! You just saved yourself some money. If not, maybe a younger sibling can wear it this year. If those options won’t work – it might be a good idea to take a look at the Easter sale at The Children’s Place.

As always, it is best to shop a sale as soon as you are able to. This is true for both online and in-store sales. Wait too long, and you will end up with less items to select from.

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