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    Not surprising considering how overpriced they are at Coles/Woolies.
    I spent $10 on eggs yesterday from a local lolly shop that was doing an Easter egg sale. I don't buy for nephews/nieces, parents prefer no chocolate otherwise it gets too much, so we buy our own for our kids that way they get 1 from us and 1 from their grandparents.

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    My kids only get eggs from me.
    I had a limit of $25 dollars so i gave each kid $5 to spend how they liked on the eggs. It is the first year i have done that, normally i buy them and they all get the same. I was surprise by what they choose....
    A pack of hunting eggs for everyone to share with spare $5
    ds1 got a big football egg for his $5
    dd2 got a med and small egg
    dd3 got two bunnies
    ds2 got two bunnies

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    I spent $85 at woolworths on eggs for my daughter...a bunny set for hubby and a nice sized egg each for the inlaws as we are seeing them Saturday.

    I buy the yummy expensive chocolate though..lindt.. Yum!

    For DD I buy her stuff like a smurf egg pack with figurines..games and stuff..always little eggs to spread over the house to collect...it's fun for her to see them everywhere snd she never never gets to eat them all... We do :-) or we chuck them away a year later...lol

    Happy Easter!!


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