Got 12 of these 6 load bottles of gain at dollar tree for free. Used the $2 off gain detergent coupon from July P&G. Get 2 of these bottles per coupon since the detergent is $1 each and coupon is worth $2. These are not trial size as stated are discluded on coupon. I love me some free detergent!!!!

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19 thoughts on “Washing clothes for free at Dollar Tree”

Tried this and it didn’t work. The coupon beeped (which I guess means they can’t accept it) and was informed that they don’t take coupons over $1 and don’t accept coupons do multiple (ex: $3/3)

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Did anyone else tried this? If yes, did it work?

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Oh and for the flings their travel/trial size is the 5 count. When in doubt just ask the source. It only took them a day to respond. 🙂

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I just got a reply from gain on Facebook messenger that states that the 10oz liquid detergent is their travel/trial size.

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Dollar tree is suppose to reduce the coupon down if it is over the selling price so they shouldn’t allow 2 per 1 coupon

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I’ll be doing this!! Usually DT lowers the coupon to a $1 but no biggie

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There is a $3 off 3 gain product coupon in 7/10 redplum. Hopefully it can be used for three more free gain at dollar tree. Since I am well stocked with detergent, I am taking advantage of this great deal and stocking my mother in law up on detergent since she’s on a fixed income. Share the wealth!!!!

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Very cool !!

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Not true.. I tried, they say no.

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i used a $3.50 off two excedrin at my dollar tree and they let me!

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Just because you let them say no doesn’t mean it’s not tru :/

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P&G ??

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So what would be considered trial size then?

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That is exactly what I was thinking.

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Pretty sure these are trial size. Just because the coupon goes through and doesn’t beep doesn’t make it right!

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If it doesn’t say trial size than it isn’t trial sized????

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There are def smaller detergent out there… For example the single use ones. That would be a trail size.

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Yes exactly, dollar tree has products that clearly say trial sized, you can’t just be like “i think this is travel sized so it is”

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