We thought you might be interested to hear this breaking news! Dollar Tree will be accepting manufacturers’ coupons starting August 26, 2012! You can find out more about it at DollarTree.com.
Here are the details we found on their webpage (please be sure to visit their website for the most current information):
DOLLAR TREE WILL ACCEPT COUPONS IN STORES BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 2012
- Only original and intact manufacturers’ coupons will be accepted. Retailer-specific coupons will not be accepted.
- Coupons are void if copied, scanned, or if they have been altered in any way.
- Only two (2) print-at-home Internet coupons may be redeemed per transaction.
- We are unable to accept coupons for “Free” items with no purchase requirements or where the amount for the product is blank.
- Coupons can only be used in stores and must be presented at time of purchase. Coupons cannot be redeemed for cash at a later time.
- Coupons will not be accepted without the purchase of the item specified and are subject to the terms listed (e.g. expiration date, size, limitations, quantity, etc.).
- Coupons cannot be redeemed for more than the purchase price of the item.
- Only one (1) manufacturer’s coupon will be accepted per item.
- Management has the right to refuse any coupon or otherwise limit quantities.
Thanks for the info! This is awesome!!
I went to my local Dollar Tree tonight with DH. I had my coupons all printed out and ready to go. The manager there porceeds to tell me they do not take printed coupons! I couldn’t believe it! I told him I was at the Dollar Tree near my work earlier in the day and used the same coupons no problem. He didn’t care and said it was their policy! I can’t wait until they get all the bugs worked out!
@Shelly, I bet it will take the individual stores a few weeks to figure it out.
A handy couponing tip that I learned earlier this year: Many stores at the local level are not aware of the company’s coupon policies at the corporate level. The best thing you can do when you are couponing at any store, Dollar Tree or otherwise, is to find and print a copy of the company’s coupon policy and bring it with you when you shop, just in case.
After a cashier at Rite Aid told me repeatedly that she was not allowed to do something that the company’s policy clearly stated was acceptable, I went to the Rite Aid website and printed out a copy of the current policy. The next time a cashier at my local Rite Aid told me that I could not do what I was trying to do (use both a manufacturer’s coupon and a store coupon on the same item), I pulled the corporate policy out of my purse and showed her that it was within the company’s rules. I haven’t had a problem there since!
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Have a great weekend!