Since this is my first Dollar General Trip post, I am going to give you tips and tricks on how to coupon at Dollar General! It’s very simple
Their ads come out every two weeks you can view them HERE.
You can combine Dollar General coupons with 1 manufacture coupon. View and print DG coupons HERE.
View their coupon policy HERE.
Dollar General is one of my favorite places to shop. You have to wait for a good deal, but when it’s good it’s great! For example this week the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razors were on sale for $6.75, these usually run for about $8-$10. The Wisk was on sale for $4 and it usually runs for about $5-$7, so even without coupons, by buying these items when they are on sale, the savings add up! There was some nice high value $2/1 Nivea coupons in last Sunday’s RedPlum and the Nivea bottles are only $2.50 (regular price) at DG. Even though it’s the smaller bottles, $.50 is a great deal! What really sets Dollar General apart though is their $5/$25 coupon. These coupons are usually valid for one day only. When they are available, you will find them on their website or sometimes they will print on your DG receipts. (I got one for the 04/28 today!) The GREAT thing about this coupon is that you can apply it before you apply your manufacture coupons! Which is what I did today to get such a great deal.
Here’s what my purchase looked like:
(2) Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razors on sale for $6.75
(2) 29 load Wisk Laundry Detergents on sale for $4
(3) Nivea Body Washes $2.50
Total = $29
$5/$25 Dollar General Coupon
(2) $5 coupons for any Gillette Fusion from a booklet found inside of another P&G product
(2) $2/1 Wisk Laundry Detergent 45 oz+ 03/25 RedPlum
(3) $2/1 Nivea Body Wash 04/15 RedPlum
Final Price = $4!