Whether you're looking last-minute for the fixings to make a beautiful Easter cake, want to try out some new Peeps flavors, or just straight-up forgot to get eggs to dye (been there, sister!), you might be wondering where you can go to get groceries and other important things on Easter. Well, luckily for you, Walmart will once again be open for businesses on Easter Sunday, which falls on April 4 this year.
As in years past, Walmart will be open for business this Easter Sunday. In fact, Christmas Day and sometimes Thanksgiving are usually the only days of the year Walmart locations will all close, which is a good fact to have in your back pocket for all of your future last-minute needs. Hours may vary by the individual store for some holidays, but for the most part, they will stay open on Easter Sunday. This means you can rest easy knowing that if you need to pop in and get something, you can because let's face it, we all have some procrastinator tendencies. Think of Walmart as your own personal Easter Bunny, but you have to pay for the candy and other treats you get from them. Sorry!
While we should all be continuing to limit how much time we're spending inside stores given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this is a good time to remind you that Walmart offers delivery and curbside pick-up from many of its stores! This makes it even easier for you to get what you need. In fact, the only thing better than picking up a ton of Easter candy is doing so by clicking through a few buttons on your phone and then simply driving up to claim your good, easy as that!
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