Dollar stores, there are different types from everything a dollar to more of a discount store. Whichever stores you shop, make sure you’re getting the best value for your dollar.
Save by Shopping the Dollar Stores
TA from The Savvy Age shares Dollar Store Shopping Tips: Save Shop Be Happy!
Since prices range from a $1 up at dollar stores, price comparison is a nice tip along with the quality of the product being bought. Poor quality items are not necessarily a better value.
Sarah from Must Have Mom shares 52 Things You Should Always Buy at the Dollar Store
I normally buy small notebooks for my price book at the Dollar Tree. The last time I bought one was at Walmart and I could have kicked myself for spending more than $2 on it. I also buy my spices there at the dollar store.
Shelly from the Frugal Family Home shares Why Shopping the Dollar Store is Keeping You Broke
I had the attitude of it’s only a dollar, for several trips years ago. When my husband pointed out that I had five things on my list and came out with 20, I knew I was in trouble. I blew $15 that could have been put back into our savings or moved over into another part of our budget. Lesson learned!
Crystal from Crystal Carder shares How to Save Money at Dollar Tree Stores
It’s been a while since I’ve been to the Dollar Tree, I didn’t realize they took coupons. They even had a loyalty program called the Value Seekers Club.
We shop Dollar General for many things like coffee, toothpaste, and name brand cleaning supplies. When we lived in Montana, shopping online for those stock up items saved us a bunch. There are things like toilet tissue we still buy at Walmart because we buy them in bulk.
While I love the idea of one-stop shopping, I’ve learned since being back in the middle of convenience, it’s not always the cheapest. So, we’ve started back to shopping around to save money.
Do you shop the dollar stores?