When everything costs just about $1 (or sometimes even lesser), it’s hard to contain your excitement. Dollar Tree® offers some really great deals, and you’ll be able to save a lot more during your shopping trip if you use coupons. Yes, Dollar Tree® actually accepts coupons! Here are a few tips that will help you save even more money when shopping at Dollar Tree® in the new year.
1. Take advantage of coupons: Dollar Tree® accepts manufacturer coupons, and you can use one manufacturer coupon for each product when shopping in-store. Remember to actually carry the manufacturer coupon with you, since Dollar Tree® does not accept photocopies of coupons. The store also accepts two internet coupons per day, per customer.
2. Buy Sunday newspapers at Dollar Tree® for $1 to get new coupon inserts: Need coupons for your Dollar Tree® shopping spree? Skip the search and head directly to the closest Dollar Tree® outlet and pick up a copy of the most recent Sunday newspaper for a dollar. Given that Sunday newspapers are a treasure trove for coupon hunters, we’re sure you’ll find at least a few great coupons. Keep in mind that some Dollar Tree® stores have limits on the number of papers you can buy. Also, certain Dollar Tree® outlets don’t carry newspapers, so make sure to call and check before you head to the store.
3. Check out weekly ads from Dollar Tree®: It’s a good idea to visit Dollar Tree’s® website and check out the weekly ads. This will help you find available coupons. You can also check the weekly circular to know what items are stocked at your local Dollar Tree® outlet.
4. Buy clearance items at Dollar Tree®: Even if Dollar Tree® doesn’t accept coupons on clearance items, it’s best to not pass up on the clearance deals.
5. Look for name-brand items: Sometimes you’ll find really great name-brand items located in really weird spots. So, it’s a good idea to check shelf end caps, top shelves, bottom shelves, and the corners for such products. When you find them, check if you can use your manufacturer coupons to bring down the price even more.
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