If you have a Dollar Tree in your area, you may be very excited to know that they just released a new Dollar Tree Coupon Policy – and as of August 26th, they will now be accepting coupons nationwide!
- Only two (2) print-at-home Internet coupons may be redeemed per transaction (= right now, you can use as many newspaper coupons as you have, but only two printables)
- no “Free” product coupons, where the amount for the product is blank
- Coupons cannot be redeemed for more than the purchase price of the item (I’m still unclear if that means they will adjust the value down, but for now – assume they won’t. And definitely no overage)
- Management has the right to refuse any coupon or otherwise limit quantities.
This last point means that while there is a national policy, you may find yourself having to politely say, “That’s okay, I’ll just not get this item today” if you encounter problems.
I also recommend that you go ahead and print out a copy of the Dollar Tree Coupon Policy and add it to your coupon binder or envelope. The first coupon weekend will no doubt be a bit harried for cashiers, so be patient and understanding if things are slow.
Stay tuned Sunday for a new feature here on KOAB: Dollar Tree Coupon Deals!