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Best Easter Ever! Toy Deals That Are Too Cool for Baskets

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Easter Sunday is April 20, but we're pretty tired of the Easter Bunny* getting all the credit around this time of year. He comes hopping in with all those colored eggs and baskets full of candy, and Mom and Dad are left to clean up the wrappers. No more! This year, we've rounded up five toy deals that are too awesome to put in a basket. Surprise your kids with a Power Wheels Dune Racer for $79, save $242 on a cedar swing set, and get 20% off three or more LEGO sets.

*You can say you don't think the Easter Bunny is real, but we don't get a basket if we don't believe, capiche?

  1. Power Wheels Dune RacerFisher-Price Power Wheels Lil' Dune Racer
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $79 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $61

    Is It Worth It?: Anyone who says they've never wanted a dune buggy is lying. Make your kid's Easter unforgettable when you grab the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil' Dune Racer for $79. This 6-volt battery-powered ride-on toy is an Editors' Choice $61 price low. With a 65-lb. weight capacity, this ride-on can travel on grass or asphalt and features a maximum speed of 3.5 mph.

  2. Backyard Discovery SwingsetBackyard Discovery Pathfinder II Cedar Swing Set
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $399 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $242

    Is It Worth It?: You know what definitely won't fit in an Easter basket? An awesome swing set, like the Backyard Discovery Pathfinder II. Available for $399, this cedar swing set is a $242 savings. It includes an 8-foot slide, two belt swings, a trapeze bar, a snack table with canopy cover, a 4-foot rock wall, and a tarp cover.

  3. LEGO couponsYoYo.com LEGO Coupons
    Store: YoYo.com
    Discounts: 20% off 3 or more LEGO sets via coupon code "LEGOPALOOZA", extra 20% off select sets via coupon code "TOYBONUS"
    Shipping: From $4.99 s&h
    Expires: April 19

    Is It Worth It?: The perfect gift for kids of all stripes (and ages), a set of LEGOs never fails to impress. That's why this coupon from YoYo is so great: pick up three LEGO sets to get 20% off your order (via coupon code "LEGOPALOOZA") and you'll be an Easter hero. What's more, you can stack that coupon with "TOYBONUS" to get an extra 20% off these select sets. Combined, that's the best LEGO deal we've seen from YoYo since Black Friday week and a clear Editors' Choice pick.

    Don't need three LEGO sets? Coupon code "YOYO20TOY" cuts 20% off one item, but cannot be stacked with coupon code "TOYBONUS".

  4. LEGO Twinblade AdventuresLEGO Creator Twinblade Adventures Set
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $14.39 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $4

    Is It Worth It?: If none of the sets above catch your eye, you can still get a great LEGO deal. Pick up the LEGO Creator Twinblade Adventures set from Walmart for just $14, and you'll save 4. (Amazon offers it for the same with free shipping for Prime members.) This 216-piece set can be made into three distinct creations: an airplane, a biplane, or a helicopter.

  5. Disney Frozen TrunkDisney Frozen Rolling Travel Trunk
    Store: Target
    Price: $25 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $21

    Is It Worth It?: If you've got a child, chances are you've got a Frozen fan. The massive Disney hit spawned a ton of merchandise, but not nearly enough to keep up with demand. If your little Elsa or Anna fanatic has been begging for some swag, you may be able to surprise them with this in-store-only deal: with stock varying by ZIP code, Target offers the Disney Frozen Rolling Travel Trunk for just $25. (Select "find in a store" to see local availability.) This Editors' Choice play trunk is a $21 savings and comes packed with two dresses and an assortment of dress-up accessories.

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Marcy pens consumer news stories of all sorts, in addition to adding pithy prose to many of the roundups you see every day. Her work for DealNews has appeared on sites like Lifehacker, the Huffington Post, and MSN Money. She is by far the most metal member of the DealNews staff, and you can see why by following her on Twitter @ThatBonebright.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Unless marked as a "Sponsored Deal," the opinions expressed here are those of the author and have not been reviewed or endorsed by the companies mentioned. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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