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 August 24, 2012  Posted by  Hot Deals, Shopping
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They say “money doesn’t grow on trees,” but the paper many coupons are printed on does — and more of those coupons are now good at Dollar Tree. Coupon clippers and cheapskates alike can rejoice because the “everything-is-just-a-buck-each” chain is now accepting manufacturers’ coupons.

Here’s the fine print, according to Dollar Tree’s coupon policy:

  • Only original and intact manufacturers’ coupons will be accepted.
  • Retailer-specific coupons will not be accepted.
  • Coupons are void if copied, scanned or if they have been altered in any way.
  • Only two print-at-home Internet coupons may be redeemed per transaction.
  • Coupons for FREE items with no purchase requirements or where the amount for the product is blank will not be accepted.
  • Coupons can only be used in stores and must be presented at time of purchase.
  • Coupons cannot be redeemed for cash at a later time.
  • Coupons will not be accepted without the purchase of the item specified and are subject to the terms listed (e.g. expiration date, size, limitations, quantity, etc.).
  • Coupons cannot be redeemed for more than the purchase price of the item.
  • Only one manufacturer’s coupon will be accepted per item.
  • Management has the right to refuse any coupon or otherwise limit quantities.

For a complete review of Dollar Tree’s new coupon policy, click here. Now grab your scissors, make a shopping list and get ready to save even more money — just when you thought a buck couldn’t go any further at Dollar Tree.

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Bryan Chavez

LOTC National Deals Editor Bryan K. Chavez carries his purple coupon binder with pride everywhere he goes because he knows it's as "good as gold." His deal-seeking skills are so sharp that he regularly saves upwards of 75% on his grocery receipts. One of his passions is helping others save money. When he's not clipping coupons or sniffing out the next great promotion, his professional background is in public relations & marketing for non-profit organizations. Bryan is an editor at Mile High On The Cheap.

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