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Dollar Tree Deals (Thru 10/20): Shop For FREE & CHEAP This Week

Just a reminder that Dollar Tree is accepting manufacturer’s coupons (as of 8/26)!

Here’s a few of the deals you can score this week (thru 10/20):

Sure Deodorant  $1
Use $0.50/1 Suave Deodorant (RP, 10/14)
Final Cost: $0.50

Maybelline NY Eye Liner   $1
Use $1/1 ANY Maybelline NY Eyeliner or Brow Liner
Final Cost: FREE!

Garnier Fructis Leave-In Color Shield   $1
Use $1/1 GARNIER Shampoo, Conditioner, Treatment
Final Cost: FREE!

Air Wick Candle, 3 oz   $1
Use $1/1 Air Wick Candle (SS, 10/7)
Final Cost: FREE!

WestSoy Soy Milk   $1
Use $1/1 WestSoy Milk Product
Final Cost: FREE!

Ricola   $1
Use $1/2 Ricola Bags (RP, 10/14)
Final Cost: $0.50 each WYB 2

Totino’s Pizza Rolls, 15 ct $1
Use $0.75/3 Totinos Rolls (GM, 10/7)
Final Cost: $0.75 each WYB 3

Pop Tarts, 6ct $1
Use $1/3 Pop Tarts
Final Cost: $0.66 each WYB 3

Cream of Wheat $1
Use $1/2 Cream of Wheat
Final Cost: $0.50 WYB 2

Kleenex Go Packs Tissue $1
Use $0.30/1 Kleenex Car Wedge Pack or (3) Slim Packs or Go Packs
Final Cost: $0.70

Hormel Pepperoni   $1
Use $0.55/1 Hormel
Final Cost: $0.50

Spaghettio’s $1
Use $0.50/5 Campbell’s Spaghetti0′s Pastas
Final Cost: $0.80 each WYB 5

Betty Crocker Homestyle Creamy Butter Mashed Potatoes, 6.6oz $1
Use $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes
FInal Cost: $0.50 each WYB 2

Soft Pretzels $1
Use $1/2 SuperPretzel® Soft Pretzel Items OR
Use $1/2 SuperPretzel (RP, 9/30)
FInal Cost: $0.50 each WYB 2

Hefty Zip Bags $1
Use $1/2 Hefty Coupon (SS, 9/30)
Final Cost: $0.50 each WYB 2

Bounty Paper Towels $1
Use $0.25/1 Bounty (PG, 9/30)
Final Cost: $0.75

2 Brillo Basics $1
Use $1/2 Brillo coupon (RP, 9/30)
Final Cost: $0.50 each

Lay’s Stax, 5.5oz $1
Use $0.55/3 Lay’s Stax, 5oz+ (Pepsi MTS, 9/30)
Final Cost: $0.81 each WYB 3

Soft Soap, 5.5-11.25 oz $1
Use $0.35/1 Soft Soap (SS, 9/30)
Final Cost: $0.65

Jennie-O Bacon $1
Use $1/1 Jennie-O Product (ZIP 33313)
Final Cost: FREE!

Alka-Seltzer Plus $1
Use $1/1 Alka-Seltzer
Final Cost: FREE!

Efferdent, 16ct $1
Use $1/1 Efferdent
Final Cost: FREE!

Aquafresh Advanced 2X Whitening Toothpaste $1
use $1/1 Aquafresh iso-active Whitening Toothpaste
Final Cost: FREE!

Welch’s Fruit Snacks $1
Use $0.50/1 Welch’s Fruit Snacks
Final Cost $0.50

Libby’s Canned Vegetables $1
Use $1/4 Libby’s (RP, 8/26)
Final Cost: $0.75 each WYB 4

Malt O Meal Cereal, 7oz $1
Use $1/2 Malt O Meal (NO size restriction!)
Final Cost: $0.50 each WYB 2

Curad Gauze Pads $1
Use $0.50/1 Curad Product
Final Cost: $0.50

Thanks Dollar Store Deals!

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  1. I went to a Dollar Tree near my house last night. They don’t have refrigerated items at all. I was able to pick up two packages of Natures Own bagels(plain) for $1.00 each and some personal items. The cashier told me that they don’t accept coupons if they aren’t valued below $1.00. They also ony accept two internet printed coupons per transaction. So I had to make two separate transactions. So glad that I visited that particular Dollar Tree first because now I know that location is not the one that I’ll be going to for all of the great deals. Learn your stores Good People!:)…Happy Couponing!

  2. The dollar tree coupon policy states that they do not accept coupons for FREE items unless they are buy one get one free coupons. Why is everyone posting these deals that are fraud? I like useing my coupons but people who are commiting fraud are hurting the rest of us and making us look bad. I hate the bad looks I get from cashiers when they see I have coupons because they put me in that catagory.

    • I believe what they are referring to is the coupon that gives you an item for FREE. The items listed here have a price and you give them a coupon with an amount on it that then makes the item free. They are not FREE coupons.

      • Alot of people are misunderstanding the dollar tree deals. I have been going to two different stores,depending where I am at. (My daughters apartment is close to one.) I was in line with a nice lady. While we were waiting for our turn to check out, she couldn’t help but notice all the coupons in my hand. She started nicely, saying that I won’t be able to use coupons in this store. ( Dollar Tree). I then informed her that Dollar Tree accepts coupons now, and pointed to the big sign that states that. Another time I was in line, and was getting dirty looks from a lady, for no real apparent reason. When it was my turn to check out, I handed my stack of coupons to the cashier. We were chatting about how anymore, we all are gonna need to use coupons just to make it. The person behind me just seemed to fume. I just don’t let others bother me. I know that I am doing the right thing for me and my family.

        • Dear Peggy,

          You seem lovely and kind. I’m so sorry that people act in the manner you state. You are a much nicer person than I. I would have to say some quippy or witty remark to either get their attention or totally tick them off. Good for you. Keep couponing. We need to be good stewards of our money, and couponing surely helps us do just that!

        • Raelene Shackelford says:

          Im 15 and im already couponing :D I think its amazing ! My boyfriend is always surprised on how much we save

  3. Has anyone had trouble with a Q when it states any two or buy two and get $ off?
    The Dollar Tree where I live told me they will not take coupons unless it is so much off of one item. I tried to buy the Hefty Ziplock bags and the clerk said they could not take my Q because it stated buy two and get $1.00 off.

  4. I always print the companys coupon policies and have them in my coupon binder. Dollar Trees policy is that you can only use 2 print at home coupons in one transaction. If your cashier accepts more than that your lucky. Yes, you can use a coupon for $1 on a $1 item. You cannot use a coupon that offers an item for free or does not have a dollar amount listed. Other than that it’s the basics. But, they do state that the Manager has the right to refuse to accept ANY coupon. Most policies say this…but at Dollar Tree you will run across more managers that will just say NO because they’re new to coupons. You have to remember we’re experienced…me on BOTH sides of the aisle…I manager a Rite Aid store. When your shopping at a place that’s new to coupons be patient and don’t make a scene. They WILL make it harder on you if they remember your face in the future. Believe me, I know from experience. I’ve had so many cashiers say can you believe that person, I’ll remember him/her the next time they come in. As to the people in line, just ignore them. It’s not your fault that stores accept coupons and you use them, but it takes some cashiers forever to process them. I’m an EXTREME couponer and I’m PROUD!! Everyone I work with, even my superiors, know I use my discount/coupons/store coupons/rebates/video values/special coupons etc. Plus, I’m the one that gets to order the product, my store is always filled with stock of the coupon items/rebate items.

  5. I have been to a number of different stores (mainly to find the one with the best inventory). I have not had any issues when following their stated policy. I’ve been keeping a list of the items they carry so I can reference my coupons against it and put them aside. They have never had an issue with $1 off 2 or any “off two” coupons. Also, I’ve done the $1 off 1 item making it free, numerous times without issue. I’ve gotten a good stockpile of string cheeses, bacon, frozen snacks and desserts, along with makeup and beauty/personal care items. You have to be patient as their system doesn’t scan coupons like most retailers. But otherwise, the staff has been fine to me. I’m very excited they now accept coupons.

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