Are you on the lookout and hunt for some discount Valentines candy? Are you wondering when Walmart reduce their pricing, specifically? Perhaps you live nearby, maybe you just want to benefit from their extensive collection of candy at discount prices. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’d like to share with you what I have come to find out and realize.
So, when does Valentines candy go on sale at Walmart? Valentines candy typically goes on sale the day after Valentines Day. However, for larger Walmart stores or those with higher stock counts of candy, they may be put on sale late in the day of Valentines Day itself.
Ultimately it depends on the store and the stock count.
If you’re really keen to get a good discount, then my advice to you would be to seek out the larger Walmart stores.
Or at least those who typically stock a lot of valentines candy.
Then head there the moment the store opens up on the 15th.
That will give you the best chance of securing that discounted candy!
If you go the night of Valentine’s itself, there’s no guarantee you’ll get money off. It’s worth a try if you have the time but itss not guaranteed.
But, assuming you can secure a deal, how much can you typically get off?
Let’s find out, shall we?
How Much Is Valentines Candy Discounted After Valentines Day At Walmart?
Candy is discounted after Valentine’s Day at Walmart gradually. It is typically marked down with 30% in the day following Valentines, and up to 50% a few days after that.
In other words, the longer you wait the more discount you get.
Here’s the problem though.
Who doesn’t love chocolate (whether it is Valentine-themed or not).
And then there will be others out there seeking a bargain like you too.
So must of the good candy will be purchased fast. Usually while its at 30% discount.
Sure some may reach the 50% and above markdown price, but its usually much less desirable (or more expensive from the start).
If yyou’re looking for discounted candy at Walmart; except a 30% reduction and try to secure it on the 15th. In the early hours after opening.
Sure you may be able to bit the candy a little sooner (on the evening of Valentines itself), or a little cheaper (days after the 15th), but chances are much lower.
At least if you want to get the best candy or the best deal.
You have to strike while there is the opportunity.
Don’t make any risks! You’ll miss out – trust me.
Hello, I’m Matthew – a candy enthusiast and the founder of Sugar Stand. I created this site to share everything I learn about the world of candy – from brands, and products all the way through to recommendations and opinions. If you have a sweet tooth like me, you’ve come to the right place!