Everything’s $1 – and, indeed, everything at Dollar Tree is priced at just a dollar each. Lest you start thinking that there are no bargain deals to be made, you should always look out for the Dollar Tree Weekly Ad.
You will get more bang for your buck since you can get more items for your dollar at the ever-popular Dollar Trees stores.
Below is the latest information on Dollar Tree Weekly Ad and savings.
Dollar Tree Weekly Ad Box
|Membership Card Offered||Click Here To Sign Up|
|New Weekly Ad Starts||Monday|
|Duration of Weekly Ad||14 Days|
|Digital Coupons||Not Offered|
|Senior Discount Days||Not Offered|
|Military Discount||Not Offered|
|Obtain Weekly Ads||Click Here To Sign Up|
Dollar Tree has its roots in a Ben Franklin variety store established by K.R. Perry in 1954 in Norfolk, Virginia. In the 1990s, the Only $1.00 stores were rebranded as Dollar Tree Stores, a move designed to become a multi-price point strategy that has since then served the company well.
In March 1995, Dollar Tree became a publicly-traded corporation and a Fortune 500 company with headquarters in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Today, Dollar Tree is a chain of discount variety stores selling a wide range of items for a dollar or less. It operates more than 13,600 stores in 48 states in the United States and in Canada, all of them supported by ten distribution centers serving as a nationwide logistics network.
It also operates under several names, namely, Dollar Tree, Dollar Bills, and Deals (i.e., a multi-price point variety chain).
You will find plenty of opportunities to save on national, regional and private label brands of products including food and snacks, health and beauty, and household cleaning supplies, among others. Your best bets for savings are:
- In-store coupons and manufacturers’ coupons
For the in-store coupons, you can log in to the official Dollar Tree website. Click on the “Deals” tab; choose “Web Deal of the Week”, “In-store Item of the Week” or “In-store Specials”; and click either “Shop Our Ad” or “View Now” to get a view of the weekly ad.
You can also find great deals on seasonal items, such as for Easter and St. Patrick’s Day.
- “WOW Savings and New Arrivals”
Go to the home page and click on the “WOW Savings and New Arrivals” tab. You should take advantage of the bigger sizes at greater values provided by the bonus buys and the closeout deals.