What is the Dollar Tree coupon policy? Does Dollar Tree take coupons?
You’d think that since everything is only $1.00, Dollar Tree coupons wouldn’t be a thing. But the truth is, Dollar Tree takes manufacturer coupons!
This means if you can find a high-value coupon, you can get a freebie at Dollar Tree. Plus, don’t forget about these other ways to get Dollar Tree freebies!
Want freebies? Use manufacturer coupons for $1.00 or more on anything in the store. Just make sure to look at the fine print for product-size requirements.
While there aren’t any dedicated Dollar Tree coupons per se, Dollar Tree accepts manufacturer coupons (one per item), and you can often find items like Oroweat bread, Nesquik mix, Hefty trash bags, Barilla pasta, Colgate toothpaste and more for free.
Dollar Tree won’t pay overage on manufacturer coupons, so if you have a coupon for $1.50 off a product that costs $1.00, you won’t get $0.50 back; the coupon will automatically be adjusted to $1.00.
Also keep in mind that Dollar Tree only accepts up to two printable manufacturer coupons per transaction. Use as many newspaper manufacturer coupons you want in a single transaction, but for printable internet or app coupons, there’s a limit of two.
Remember how I said Dollar Tree won’t pay overage?
Well, they won’t, but when you use a rebate app like Ibotta, Ibotta will pay overage.
The most common way to make this happen is to stack a manufacturer coupon with an Ibotta rebate.
For example, say you have a $0.75/1 Suave Body Wash coupon and there’s a $0.75/1 Suave body wash Ibotta offer. Use the coupon at the register and you’ll pay $0.25 out of pocket. When you get back to your car, take a picture of your Dollar Tree receipt and upload it to Ibotta; you’ll get paid $0.75.
Which means you just made a quick fifty cents!
Find out more about how rebate apps work.
Rinse and repeat what you did with Ibotta for Checkout51, which is another rebate app.
You can either combine Checkout51 offers with manufacturer coupons at Dollar Tree, or combine Checkout51 offers with Ibotta offers (if you can make the stars align so the same offers show up in both apps).
For example, maybe you have a $1.00/2 Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzels manufacturer coupon and you find a $1.00/2 Snyder’s Checkout51 offer. Use your coupon at the register, pay $1.00 for two bags of pretzels (reg. $1.00 each), and upload your receipt to the app to get $1.00 back, making the pretzels free.
With Fetch Rewards you’ll earn points that translate into gift cards.
Just look through the Fetch app for the brands you’re planning to buy at Dollar Tree, and when you find a qualifying offer (correct quantity and size), buy the product, take a picture of your receipt, and upload it to Fetch Rewards.
You’ll earn one point for every $0.10 you spend, and 1,000 points is equal to $1.00 in rewards. Once you earn 3,000 points, you can cash in for Target or Amazon gift cards.
Take a picture of any receipt — including Dollar Tree — and you can earn 25 points per receipt.
Once you have 1,550 points, you can cash out for gift cards to stores like Amazon.
You can get 1% cash back with every online Dollar Tree purchase you make through Ebates.
This won’t get you freebies every time, but it’ll add up as you continue to do it.
Just click through Ebates to reach the Dollar Tree website and make your purchase as usual.
7. The Krazy Coupon Lady app
When you download the free KCL app, you’ll not only get access to every Dollar Tree freebie available, but you’ll also always have a copy of Dollar Tree’s coupon policy on hand.
Inside the app, tap on “Dollar Tree,” then tap “View Store Information,” and you’ll see the policy right there.