50 Things You Should Always Buy at the Dollar Store

Hizkiail - May 29, 2021

40. Teaching Supplies

Teachers know that prepping for the school year can get expensive. Dollar General offers popular supplies like pencils, calculators and sticky notes in bulk so she can stock up for the whole class.

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41. Aluminium Foil

Even though you’re getting less than when you buy at the grocery store, Bargain Babe says the price per inch is still cheaper at her local dollar store.

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42. Toothbrushes

For guests and after sicknesses, Dollar Tree offers name-brand brushes like Colgate for nearly a third of the price of others.

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43. Wrapping Paper

Dollar Tree offers bulk packaging of 48 rolls of assorted wrapping paper for $48, so you’ll be set for the whole year.

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44. Vases

Instead of paying top dollar for a new vases every time you get a bouquet, opt for these cheaper options from Dollar Tree instead. They’re simplistic in design, but the flowers are what people are looking at anyway.

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45. White T-Shirts

For tie-dying and other DIY projects, Dollar General offers a three-pack of Hanes crew neck t-shirts for a third less than competitors.

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46. Brooms and Dust Pans

Stock up on these cleaning essentials for just $1 each at stores like Dollar Tree compared to paying up to $15 elsewhere.

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47. DIY Party Favors

For weddings, baby showers and more, Dollar Tree offers DIY supplies — plus ideas— for just a buck each.

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48. Beach Toys

If you’re planning a vacation, hit up the dollar store beforehand. Their cheap prices will save you more on buckets, shovels and more than the shops in beach towns.

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49. Candy

Everyone knows to stock up before hitting up the movie theater. But did you know dollar store prices are up to a third less that drugstores? So, you’ll save even more before the show.

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50. Hair Elastics

When you pay $2 less than what you’d typically at the drugstore, you won’t feel as bad when you miraculously lose all of your hair ties.

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