Saturday, February 2, 2013

Dollar Tree Now Accepting Coupons

I was very interested in a "Now Accepting Manufacturer Coupons" sign I saw in a Dollar Tree store recently  I got excited when I looked it up on their website and found the following:


Manufacturer Coupons

  • We accept Manufacturer Coupons only, no retailer specific coupons; example Target, Wal-Mart, etc.
  • We do not accept photocopies of coupons. Coupons must be intact, not altered or modified in any way.
  • Coupons can only be used in stores, must be presented at time of purchase and cannot be redeemed for cash at a later time.
  • Item purchased must match the coupon description (brand, size, quantity, color, etc.) and be presented prior to the expiration date printed on the coupon.
  • We accept only 1 Manufacturer Coupon per single item purchased.
  • We accept coupons for over a dollar on a single item. The coupon value will be reduced to the purchase price of the item.
  • We cannot give cash back if the face value of a coupon is greater than the purchase price of the item.
  • Coupons for free items are only accepted if a purchase is required to get one free (for example, Buy One Get One Free offers).
  • Any applicable sales tax must be paid by consumer.
  • We reserve the right to accept, refuse or limit the use of any coupon.
  • This policy is subject to all local, state and federal laws and regulations where applicable.
  • These guidelines apply to all coupons accepted at Dollar Tree (Manufacturer and Internet Coupons).

Internet Coupons

  • We accept up to two (2) Internet Coupons per household per day.
  • Internet Coupons must be a “Manufacturer Coupon”, have a valid expiration date and a valid remit address for the manufacturer.
  • We do not accept Internet Coupons for “Free” items with no purchase requirements.
  • Duplicated (photocopies) Internet Coupons will not be accepted. Each Internet Coupon must have a different serial number. 
Hooray!  So I strolled the aisles to day to see if I could get some deals.  Here's what I found for $5.30 + tax instead of $9.00 + tax.  That's over 40% savings on what are already bargains at the dollar store!

The Colgate travel toothbrushes fold down to keep the bristles clean inside the handle.  I was excited about that because we're going to Hawaii very soon and we keep passing around an icky old.  This will keep our brushes from mingling.  And I had 3 - $.50/1 coupons so I picked them up for only $.50 each. 

I had a Lysol $.50/2 coupon so these toilet bowl cleaners were only $.75 each.

I also had 2 Softsoap coupons for $.35/1.  The coupon specified a fluid ounce minimum that excluded the clear soap with pump included.  These were slightly larger refills with no pump that fit the coupon qualificiations.  I paid $.65 each.

The cough drops were $.50 each after my $1.00/2 manufacturer coupon. 

I'm super excited to take my coupon binder to the Dollar Tree in the future.  Particularly when the Pantry Challenge 2013 is over and I can get some bargains on food! 


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