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Shopko Deals for April 2011

Here are a few Shopko Deals for April 2011.
April 3 to 9:
  • *Easter Sale

  • *BOGO 50% off Toy Event

  • All on Sale: Handbags, Men & Womens Tops & Bottoms, Active Shoes for All. Kids Apparel, Baby (Sets, Separates ) Outdoor Furniture, Deck Boxes, Bakeware & Cookware, Kitchen Appliances, Digital Cameras, & HDTVs

  • 50% Off: Flip Flops, Easter (Kids Dress Up, Décor, Baskets, Linens, & Baking), Basic Bedding & Sheets

  • 40% to 50% Off: Family Energy Clothing & Swim, Furniture, Dinnerware, Flatware, & Glassware

  • 40% Off: Frames, Wall Décor, & Lamps+

  • 30% Off: Grill Tools

  • 25% Off: Nike & Adidas 25% off Apparel

  • BOGO 50% Off: All Toys
    April 7 to 9:

  • *Easter Sale

  • *BOGO 50% off Toys Event

  • *Spring Clothing for the Entire Family

  • All on Sale: Patio Dining & Seats, HDTVs, Navigation Systems, Printers, Blanks Media (CDs..), Kitchen Appliances, Dinnerware, Electric Floor Care

  • 60% Off: basic Bed Pillows, Mattress Pads, & Memory Foam

  • 50% Off: Womens & Plus Tops, Kids Tops & Bottoms, Handbags, Frames, Kids Accessories, Easter (Linens, Baskets, Décor & More!), & Complete Bed Sets

  • 40% to 50% Off: Select Family Clothing (Tops, Bottoms, Swim, Active, Sleep, Outer Wear), & Luggage

  • 40% Off: Avia & Nevados Active Shoes, Baby Essentials & Gift Sets, Garden Décor, Solar Lighting, Candles, Decorative Wicker, Towels & Rugs, Open Stock Cookware

  • 25% Off: Camp Chairs

  • BOGO 50% Off: All Toys
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