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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