Dollar Tree’s item are all… you guessed it: $1. What a deal! It doesn’t matter what you are looking for, because Dollar Tree has it. There are definitely some great savings to be found.
All about Dollar Tree
All Dollar Tree stores have a variety of national, regional, and private brand items within the departments of health and beauty, house ware, dinnerware, glassware, party supplies, food and snacks, books, automotive, gifts, electronics, and books.
There are locations all over the nation, but before going take a look at what all they have to offer in the Dollar Tree catalog. Along with your basic everyday needs, with a little bit of creativity you can create great party and house decors that are unique and cheap.
Dollar Tree coupons may be hard to come by because of the already super low prices, but new products are brought in all the time. Some deals may include things like Dollar Tree balloons. Keep an eye on the Dollar Tree ad for what’s in store. Dollar Tree offers a unique service and is very successful because of it. Take advantage of them!
The history of Dollar Tree
Dollar Tree started out as Only $1.00, but in 1993 it changed its name to Dollar Tree Stores so that they might be able to incoporate different price points.
In 2009, they went through one of their biggest changes to date when they incorporated e-commerce to their webiste, which lets them sell Dollar Tree products in even bigger quantities.
Can you believe there are 13,000 stores in the U.S. and Canada? It’s true! Don’t forget to check you local Dollar Tree store hours!
Popular blogger advises shoppers what to buy and what not to buy at Dollar Tree.
Blogger Homemade Ginger is such a fan of shopping at Dollar Tree that she came up with her own list of what you should and shouldn’t by at the bargain store.
Here are her top picks for great buys:
- Seasonal items, like holiday decorations.
- Gift wrap and party supplies
- Office supplies
- Cleaning products
- Bread – specifically the Nature’s Own brand.
- Craft supplies (though she does warn that many of the ones available look a bit cheap, so choose wisely)
- Coloring books
- Small kitchen tools
- Kids' socks
- Magic Erasers
- Organizers like baskets, bins, and crates.
And here’s what she cautions shoppers not to buy:
- Food – apart from name-brand stuff.
There are plenty of good deals to be had there if you know how to shop – and now you do!