A thrift expert is suggesting that folks at the American store at Dollar General on the Fourth of July are a must-visit this holiday weekend.
TikTok user @madcouponingwithmads — a money-saving guru who describes himself as a “beginner coupon enthusiast” — shared some tips on 50 percent off on July 4.
The money saver shared a minute and 14 seconds video on tik tok A few days ago, explaining what goods can be bought for half the price.
She captioned the post: “Dollar gen 7/4 #couponing4beginners #coupons #couponcommunity #Savingmoney #july4th.”
According to TikToker, Dollar General is selling 26 quart Styrofoam coolers at 50 percent off.
The coolers are on sale for $2.50, half the regular price of $5.
Other top deals mentioned by @madcouponingwithmads include sales of BBQ charcoal, soda, barbecue sauce, yellow mustard, disposable red plastic cups and propane tanks.
“If you plan on doing a lot of grilling, which I know many of us do, these 15-pound bags of charcoal are already on sale for $13 and have a $4.05 coupon, “She tells.
The product for sale is Kingsford Original Charcoal Briquettes.
With regards to the red disposable cups, the TikTok user continues: “These 40-count cups — buy two and you get them for a total of $8.50.
Then she explained how customers can use the two for $3 deal when buying French’s Classic Yellow Mustard or Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce.
Next on her list, @madcouponingwithmads tells her followers about an $11 deal when they buy a Pepsi or Mountain Dew six-pack.
The Glad Tall Kitchen Drawstring Trash Bags are also on sale for $10 for two, and a 50 cents coupon, she says.
Finally, the thrift expert said that a coupon can get a buyer $3 off AmeriGas Propane Exchange, which usually costs around $20.
Meanwhile, as inflation pushes Americans to shop more frugally, dollar general has become the more popular choice.
After being notified by the company first quarter earnings On May 26, Dollar General’s stock price rose nearly 14 percent in one day.
The earnings report showed Dollar General’s net sales grew 4.4 percent in the quarter, and the company expects continued growth throughout the year.
“In tough times, value may be part of the retail solution to help families expand Dollar to meet their growing needs,” Dollar General CEO Todd Vasos said on a call with analysts. CNBC,