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Lysol Healthy No-Touch Hand Soap System at Dollar General, Only $2.00!

Woot!!  You can get a Lysol Healthy No-Touch Hand Soap System at Dollar General for only $2.00!  Here is how:

Lysol Healthy No-Touch Hand Soap System $10.00, Regular Price
Use $3.00/1 Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System, Any Starter Kit only from SS 6/12
Or Use $3.00/1 – Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System, Any Starter Kit – (lysol.com)
And Use $5.00/1 – Lysol Healthy Touch No-Touch Hand Soap System – (dollargeneral.com)
Final Price:  $2.00

Thanks, Hip2Save

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321 thoughts on “Lysol Healthy No-Touch Hand Soap System at Dollar General, Only $2.00!”

  1. Lisa says:

    Would anyone be willing to send/sell me your dollar general $5 off coupon? If so, can you email me? hollinld@yahoo.com

  2. Laura says:

    For some reason, they wouldn’t print for me from the DG website, so I won’t be able to use them…Which makes me sad since my dad is a transplant recipient and he isn’t very sanitary so this would be a small step to introduce more sanitary practices. *sigh* Cest la vie.

  3. can you copy the coupons from the lysol site?

  4. Ktaylor365 says:

    My Dollar General in Lubbock, Texas would not take my 5 dollar off coupon, they stated they were not participating.

  5. Julie says:

    Got mine in NC! There was a prob with the computer after using mq, cashier finally hit total button & then re-scanned second coup & it went through! Paid $2.00! So, after they scan dollar general coup, have cashier hit total button & scan mf. coup!

  6. ChrisC says:

    I just got a call from a DG district manager and I was told that because the manufacture coupon says limit one coupon per purchase on product that that is the reason they cannot stack them… I still think because one is a DG coupon that should not really be considered because I thought Target and Ecoupons work the same way.

  7. Abcmarshall says:

    I picked up 4 today but I had to do 4 different transactions…..their computer system wouldn’t allow more than 1 of th DG store coupons to go through. No biggie just glad I was able to get all 4

  8. Abcmarshall says:

    I picked up 4 today but I had to do 4 different transactions…..their computer system wouldn’t allow more than 1 of th DG store coupons to go through. No biggie just glad I was able to get all 4

  9. Joy says:

    Just went today to my local Dollar General and didn’t have a problem AT ALL! The guy at the register was amazed at the great deal I got, but didn’t bat an eye at my use of stacked coupons. :) TWO new Lysol no touch dispensers (or as my 4 year old calls them, “magic soap things”) for $4.50 total (including tax). Thanks KCL! :)

  10. ganecia says:

    Just did this, thank you so much! I love the look on the workers face when you get good deals like this :-)

  11. ganecia says:

    Just did this, thank you so much! I love the look on the workers face when you get good deals like this :-)

  12. Princesstigga517 says:

    I just went to DG and they would not stack a manufacturer’s coupon with a store coupon!!!! BEWARE!!! I even told them it was in their coupon policy!!! So needless to say I didn’t get them!

  13. Andesbear says:

    Well, unfortunately, this deal didn’t work for me. It seems as though the Dollar Generals in my area have been really pushing their cashiers to examine all coupons that come in.

    I think the sticking point for the 2 different stores that I tried was that on the manufactuer coupon, it states that only one coupon is eligible per purchase. I explained to the cashier that my assumption was that you just couldn’t use 2 manufacturer coupons to buy the same product, but because of the wording, she nixed it.

    Oh well – I still was able to use the Dollar General copuon and got the item for just under 50% off (after tax). Since this is WAY above my usual savings anyway, I figured I still got a good deal.

  14. Andesbear says:

    Well, unfortunately, this deal didn’t work for me. It seems as though the Dollar Generals in my area have been really pushing their cashiers to examine all coupons that come in.

    I think the sticking point for the 2 different stores that I tried was that on the manufactuer coupon, it states that only one coupon is eligible per purchase. I explained to the cashier that my assumption was that you just couldn’t use 2 manufacturer coupons to buy the same product, but because of the wording, she nixed it.

    Oh well – I still was able to use the Dollar General copuon and got the item for just under 50% off (after tax). Since this is WAY above my usual savings anyway, I figured I still got a good deal.

  15. Andesbear says:

    Well, unfortunately, this deal didn’t work for me. It seems as though the Dollar Generals in my area have been really pushing their cashiers to examine all coupons that come in.

    I think the sticking point for the 2 different stores that I tried was that on the manufactuer coupon, it states that only one coupon is eligible per purchase. I explained to the cashier that my assumption was that you just couldn’t use 2 manufacturer coupons to buy the same product, but because of the wording, she nixed it.

    Oh well – I still was able to use the Dollar General copuon and got the item for just under 50% off (after tax). Since this is WAY above my usual savings anyway, I figured I still got a good deal.

  16. PMCKENNA74 says:

    Coupon Policy

    Updated 11/5/2010

    Dollar General is pleased to accept Manufacturer’s Coupons and Dollar General Store Coupons at any of our more than 9,000 stores. These coupons come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, newspapers, magazines, print-at-home (internet), direct mail, product packaging, and in-store coupon boxes.

    Our coupon requirements are as follows:

    Dollar General will accept coupons, including Internet Coupons, provided they meet these requirements:

    1. Coupons must be original (no photocopies)

    2. Coupons must have a scan-able barcode

    3. Coupons must have an expiration date

    4. Coupons may be used only on products sold at Dollar General, and must match exactly to the item as it is packaged and sold at Dollar General.

    5. Coupons must clearly say “Manufacturers Coupon” or “Dollar General Store Coupon”

    Dollar General will NOT accept the following:

    1. Manufacturer’s coupons that do not scan, or Dollar General Store Coupons with an invalid promotional code

    2. Expired Coupons

    3. Coupons for products not sold at Dollar General

    4. FREE Item coupon if printed from the Internet, unless a purchase is required (example: a “buy one, get one free” is acceptable).

    5. Coupons from other retailers or coupons that may be used only at other retailers

    In addition, unless the coupons state otherwise, you may use multiple coupons in one transaction. You may also use a Dollar General coupon along with a Manufacturer’s coupon for the same item, as long as neither coupon states otherwise.

  17. PMCKENNA74 says:

    Coupon Policy

    Updated 11/5/2010

    Dollar General is pleased to accept Manufacturer’s Coupons and Dollar General Store Coupons at any of our more than 9,000 stores. These coupons come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, newspapers, magazines, print-at-home (internet), direct mail, product packaging, and in-store coupon boxes.

    Our coupon requirements are as follows:

    Dollar General will accept coupons, including Internet Coupons, provided they meet these requirements:

    1. Coupons must be original (no photocopies)

    2. Coupons must have a scan-able barcode

    3. Coupons must have an expiration date

    4. Coupons may be used only on products sold at Dollar General, and must match exactly to the item as it is packaged and sold at Dollar General.

    5. Coupons must clearly say “Manufacturers Coupon” or “Dollar General Store Coupon”

    Dollar General will NOT accept the following:

    1. Manufacturer’s coupons that do not scan, or Dollar General Store Coupons with an invalid promotional code

    2. Expired Coupons

    3. Coupons for products not sold at Dollar General

    4. FREE Item coupon if printed from the Internet, unless a purchase is required (example: a “buy one, get one free” is acceptable).

    5. Coupons from other retailers or coupons that may be used only at other retailers

    In addition, unless the coupons state otherwise, you may use multiple coupons in one transaction. You may also use a Dollar General coupon along with a Manufacturer’s coupon for the same item, as long as neither coupon states otherwise.

  18. PMCKENNA74 says:

    Coupon Policy

    Updated 11/5/2010

    Dollar General is pleased to accept Manufacturer’s Coupons and Dollar General Store Coupons at any of our more than 9,000 stores. These coupons come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, newspapers, magazines, print-at-home (internet), direct mail, product packaging, and in-store coupon boxes.

    Our coupon requirements are as follows:

    Dollar General will accept coupons, including Internet Coupons, provided they meet these requirements:

    1. Coupons must be original (no photocopies)

    2. Coupons must have a scan-able barcode

    3. Coupons must have an expiration date

    4. Coupons may be used only on products sold at Dollar General, and must match exactly to the item as it is packaged and sold at Dollar General.

    5. Coupons must clearly say “Manufacturers Coupon” or “Dollar General Store Coupon”

    Dollar General will NOT accept the following:

    1. Manufacturer’s coupons that do not scan, or Dollar General Store Coupons with an invalid promotional code

    2. Expired Coupons

    3. Coupons for products not sold at Dollar General

    4. FREE Item coupon if printed from the Internet, unless a purchase is required (example: a “buy one, get one free” is acceptable).

    5. Coupons from other retailers or coupons that may be used only at other retailers

    In addition, unless the coupons state otherwise, you may use multiple coupons in one transaction. You may also use a Dollar General coupon along with a Manufacturer’s coupon for the same item, as long as neither coupon states otherwise.

  19. PMCKENNA74 says:

    Coupon Policy

    Updated 11/5/2010

    Dollar General is pleased to accept Manufacturer’s Coupons and Dollar General Store Coupons at any of our more than 9,000 stores. These coupons come from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, newspapers, magazines, print-at-home (internet), direct mail, product packaging, and in-store coupon boxes.

    Our coupon requirements are as follows:

    Dollar General will accept coupons, including Internet Coupons, provided they meet these requirements:

    1. Coupons must be original (no photocopies)

    2. Coupons must have a scan-able barcode

    3. Coupons must have an expiration date

    4. Coupons may be used only on products sold at Dollar General, and must match exactly to the item as it is packaged and sold at Dollar General.

    5. Coupons must clearly say “Manufacturers Coupon” or “Dollar General Store Coupon”

    Dollar General will NOT accept the following:

    1. Manufacturer’s coupons that do not scan, or Dollar General Store Coupons with an invalid promotional code

    2. Expired Coupons

    3. Coupons for products not sold at Dollar General

    4. FREE Item coupon if printed from the Internet, unless a purchase is required (example: a “buy one, get one free” is acceptable).

    5. Coupons from other retailers or coupons that may be used only at other retailers

    In addition, unless the coupons state otherwise, you may use multiple coupons in one transaction. You may also use a Dollar General coupon along with a Manufacturer’s coupon for the same item, as long as neither coupon states otherwise.

  20. Sriosfl says:

    Is anyone else having trouble printing this coupon? It’s saying that it
    is sending to printer but nothing is happening.

  21. Pandygrl427 says:

    Lady at dollar general did not like me at all!! I whipped out the policy and she rolled her eyes. Then the register wouldn’t take all the coupons. I only bought 2, so I had 4 coupons. She had to void and do 2 transactions. She then said that they never tell the cashiers anything about the policy. The line behind me started getting longer but I was not paying anything over 2$ each!!

  22. shonda says:

    Got mine tonight for $2 !! This is my first coupon “score” :o) Thanks SO much!

  23. Kara says:

    I just tried to do this and the cashier told me that they don’t stack coupons. I didnt have the policy with me, but the cashier went and scanned my $3 manufacturer coupon and tried to scan the store one and it wouldn’t scan. So i told them whatever I don’t want the product then so just let me have my coupons back…and they wouldn’t give me my coupons back! She said it came off in their system once it is scanned so I can’t have it back. So i left really mad and just sent a nice letter to the corporate office.

  24. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

  25. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

  26. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

  27. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

  28. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

    • Leslie_haynes2003 says:

      I am trying desperately to find this coupon is there anything you can do to help me…don’t seem to see it on the Dollar General website at all…am I looking in the wrong place?

    • Leslie_haynes2003 says:

      I am trying desperately to find this coupon is there anything you can do to help me…don’t seem to see it on the Dollar General website at all…am I looking in the wrong place?

  29. Stnprincess says:

    I’ve run into problems with cashiers who weren’t familiar with the D.G. coupon policy, so I was a bit skeptical to try this today. However, I printed off 2 of the $5 coupons and went to the nearest D.G. The cash register beeped and the once polite cashier turned into a new person. When I showed her the store’s policy, she preceeded to become hostile because “I was reading the policy wrong and the system wouldn’t let me do this.” She even called up a manager who told me the same thing. I thanked them for their time, took my coupons, and went to another D.G. 5 minutes away.
    The same thing happened, but this time I was ready. I realized that the coupons were trying to take the tax off of my order which is something they are not intended to do. So I asked the cashier to ring up one item at a time, scan the D.G. coupon, then scan the M.F.R.’s coupon. This time it worked! They were a bit skeptical too, but more polite and patient.
    I took both of my reciepts back to the previous D.G. and preceeded to give them a mini class on their store’s coupon policy and the correct way to scan the coupons. (Don’t worry, I was very polite, after all I had my purchase for the price I was willing to pay, so there was no need to be ugly.) I thanked them again, got back into my car, and drove home smiling like a Cheshire Cat. I’m officially a “Krazy Coupon Lady.”
    Today was a 20 minute headache, but I don’t fault the cashiers, I blame the corporate office. If a company prints something in their policy, puts it online, and lets consumers print if off, then they need to do a better job of honoring their policies, and educating their cashiers.
    My advice…. always have your coupon policies handy and never drop your guard. Remain polite and if they don’t or can’t help you take your money and time somewhere else.

  30. CouponCarrie says:

    This is an amazing deal! It worked at my local Dollar General in San Angelo, TX! Thanks for sharing! This website is AMAZING! :)

  31. sassysaver says:

    Went to the other DG in town today. I handed the cashier the DG coupon first…accepted, M coupon….accepted!! Yay! It was so easy, I went and got in line for another one. Got a different cashier this time. She wasn’t quite so easy, but it did go through.

  32. Adhhughes says:

    I tried it today at my local DG. The manager would not let me do it! She said her computer would not let her do it o I didn’t get mine. :(

  33. Adhhughes says:

    I tried it today at my local DG. The manager would not let me do it! She said her computer would not let her do it o I didn’t get mine. :(