The Dollar Tree has been a great place to get good deals in the past, but now you can score products for super cheap or free! As of late August, many Dollar Tree locations are now accepting manufacturer coupons.

As with most stores, there is a coupon policy. Click here to read it. And don’t forget to print a copy to carry with you every time you shop. One of the important policies: “Only two (2) print-at-home Internet coupons may be redeemed per transaction.” If you’re big into printables, you will have to do multiple transactions. Also, Dollar Tree will not accept a coupon in which there is a blank line for the price of an item, ruling out BOGO coupons. But no worries. You can still save big.

The majority of products at Dollar Trees are generic or store brands, but they do have their share of brand name items which have matching coupons. Some of the non-food items spotted at Dollar Trees around the country include Colgate and Aquafresh toothpaste, Garnier hair products, CoverGirl and L’Oreal cosmetics, Solo cups, Hefty slider bags, Damp Rid Moisture Absorber, Scotties facial tissue, Brut men’s care, Speed Stick, Comet cleansers, Softsoap body wash, Aquafresh toothpaste, Zest and Olay soap, BIC stationery products, Luden’s cough drops, Advil and Aleve pain medication, Palmolive dish soap, Gain dryer sheets, Curad first aid, and Lysol cleaners.

As for food, look for Betty Crocker Fruit Roll-Ups, Uncle Ben’s rice, Super Pretzel pretzel bites, Oreida fries, Cheerios, MiO water enhancer, Post Shredded Wheat, Hershey’s chocolate milk, Bugles, Sunny D, Progresso soup, Kraft Sizzling Salads, Libby’s canned fruits and veggies, Duncan Hines baking mixes, Hormel pepperoni, and Welch’s fruit snacks. To find coupons to match with these, check out our KCL Coupon Database!

While you’re at your local Dollar Tree, look for Sunday newspapers for only a buck!