Dollar Tree Coupon Policy – Now Accepting Coupons!

Yippee! I’m pretty excited about some news from Dollar Tree! They are going to start accepting manufacturer coupons August 26th (some stores are already accepting them)!! You know what that means…things for less than a buck since everything is priced at $1.00!

You can see the entire policy here but below are some highlights:

  1. Only original and intact manufacturers’ coupons will be accepted. Retailer-specific coupons will not be accepted.
  2. Coupons are void if copied, scanned, or if they have been altered in any way.
  3. Only two (2) print-at-home Internet coupons may be redeemed per transaction.
  4. We are unable to accept coupons for “Free” items with no purchase requirements or where the amount for the product is blank.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.).
  7. Coupons cannot be redeemed for more than the purchase price of the item.
  8. Only one (1) manufacturer’s coupon will be accepted per item.
  9. Management has the right to refuse any coupon or otherwise limit quantities.


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  1. This makes me happy!

  2. Yay!

  3. too many restrictions

  4. Never been to a store that only accepts 2 internet coupons “per Transaction” and other stores will give the overage back!

    • Harps (price cutter), for one doesn’t do overage. I know quite a few are beginning to stop it. I’m from Bentonville, Arkansas and my home wal-mart store is the one across from the corp. office and there has been “talk” (nothing official) that it is costing them so much that they are considering cutting the overage factor. As far as two internet printables. Again must just be my region. I have not seen any big names jump on board with this, however we do have a few mom and pop stores here that limit you at 3 or 5. I do agree that it is odd however if there is a dollar off Q it makes the item free you can print 2 from one computer, then 2 from every other computer you can get your hands on thus clearing their shelves. It is simply a way to stop greedy people before they hit. It does hit us in the fact we cant use two for product 1 and two for product 2, this maybe something to be brought up to their corp. office as this is a new thing for them.

  5. So no dollar coupons? What if u buy other items will it go to them or will not just accept dollar coupons

  6. Chandell Lattin says


  7. Tiffany – You can use dollar coupons, just no overages are allowed and none of the “free” coupons. Example: Buy chips get a FREE drink, or any of the coupons that have a box where we would have to write in the price.

  8. In Ohio, most stores do not give you the overages back they will only take off up to the amount of the item.. Also Giant Eagle stores have recently updated their coupon policy and will only accept a limited number of printed coupons as well.. But since everything at Dollar Tree is only a dollar anyways I dont blame them at all for not offering cash back on overages!

  9. im not sure i understand this, most coupons are for name brand items like clorox, dawn dish soap, windex, and the dollar tree has all no name brand items that i have seen so far, how are you going to use a coupon?

    • I know alot of dollor trees around me carrier name brand food items so that is where i think there getting the coupons from. And very few times you can find some cleaners.

    • The Dollar Tree is mostly off-brand names, but just from going in there a few times myself over the past month, I know they carry Hefty brand ziplock bags, White Rain brand hair products, a name brand of kids bath wash (I can’t remember what name) and some name brand cleaning supplies. I don’t buy much food from there, but I’m sure it’s probably a hit-and-miss with that too.

  10. woohoo, love it. It will be a great place to use coupons,I was just in there yesterday and saw great deals on several things.
    Even rubbermaid dishes with lids 2 for 1.00 I will be using my coupon for that, making them .50 Ludens cough drops,sauve shampoo,brach’s candy,purell hand santizer,and many more..

  11. Heather Stoker says

    Someone tell me if I am wrong, but if Dollar Tree does not allow overage to be used on your total are they not still turning in their coupons and getting paid extra?

    Example: $2 off one Crest toothpaste. If they reduce the coupon to only be $1 but turn it into the company for reimbursement will they receive $2 back since that’s what the coupon is valued at?

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