One of the top dollar stores in the U.S., Dollar Tree® is quite inexpensive to shop at, given that they offer pretty much everything at a dollar. But, did you know you can maximize your savings by using coupons? Here’s a quick guide to couponing at Dollar Tree.
Dollar Tree only accepts manufacturer coupons. The store may sometimes accept “Customer Appreciation” coupons, but this happens occasionally. Dollar Tree typically accepts manufacturer coupons of all values, i.e., $1, $1.5, $2, etc. If the value of the coupon exceeds the price of the item, the store adjusts the coupon value.
When it comes to multi-item coupons, you can use your coupon on the items, provided the total price of all the items combined is not lesser than the coupon’s value. For instance, say you have 3 items (priced collectively at $3) and a coupon that is worth $2, you can use the coupon on the items since its value is less than the price of the three items combined.
Keep in mind that the item you purchase should match the item description mentioned in the manufacturer coupon you intend to use, which means you’ll need to check that the brand, quantity, size, color, etc., are a perfect match.
Dollar Tree also accepts internet coupons, but there are certain limitations. The store usually only accepts two similar internet coupons per day, per customer. Internet coupons are not accepted by the store for free items, with no purchase.
Dollar Tree stores don’t accept photocopies of coupons, so ensure that you carry your coupons with you if you intend to use them.
If you are new to couponing, Dollar Tree is a good place to start using coupons. This is because the store has a pretty straightforward coupon policy and pricing system. With everything priced at $1 and the couponing rules being stated very clearly, it’s easy to know what coupons you can and can’t use.
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