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Dollar Store "Finds"

Postby JEH » Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:33 am

I have to admit, this store is great and you never have to ask the price of anything!

My "finds":
Name-brand cleaning products
Frozen items
Mylar balloons (blown up!)
Name-brand frozen food
Tea light LED candles (3-pack) (these are $5 or $6 elsewhere!)
Gift bags/cards
and loads of seasonal items -- MUCH cheaper than Target!!!
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Re: Dollar Store "Finds"

Postby TJMack » Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:16 am

Found the exact item I was looking for! It was $3.79 at Michael's and I bought it for $1 at the Dollar Store.

Looks like they are just setting up a huge amount of Christmas items.

Gift bags/cards/wrap/candy/etc. all at a good price, LOL
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Re: Dollar Store "Finds"

Postby JEH » Mon Nov 12, 2012 11:14 am

Someone just asked in another category where the Dollar Tree is located.

It's next to Dempsey's in the old Golden Eagle Shopping Center. I can't remember the new name of the shopping center. :?:

Anyway, this store is GREAT. Very surprised how many name-brands are carried, such as Advil, Sun-Maid, Del Monte, etc.

They just stocked a big selection of Christmas/Holiday stuff.

For a DOLLAR! :D
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Re: Dollar Store "Finds"

Postby PennyMoney » Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:25 pm

Stopped in to the new 99 Cent Store in R.P. Grand opening is Thursday. People are already camping out for it. I guess the first nine customers get a flat-screen TV for 99 cents. Then the next 99 people in line get a scooter for 99 cents.

Actually a pretty nice store. Lots of fresh California produce and name brands like Dole and Knott's Berry Farm.

Hats, scarves, gloves, baby onesies -- good selection.
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Re: Dollar Store "Finds"

Postby TJMack » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:25 am

Looks like Dollar Tree is doing well.....BUT.....PLEASE hire a few extra employees to straighten it up. We went there a few days ago and there was only one register open, and all the aisles were a MESS!!! Kind of like a huge rummage sale.

The prices are GREAT though. Sure beats Hallmark for cards, gift wrap, etc. ;)
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