I am constantly searching for ways to save money and cut down our expenses at home. I look for sales at stores and clip coupons. I shop at stores based on recommendations from other people who tell me where the get great value. However, I do not always consider making Dollar General my go-to store initially. Dollar General offers name brand items at discounted rates. I am always surprised at how much I find at this store that we as a family use on a regular basis. I always kick myself for not visiting this store first for my household and personal care items, especially knowing what a huge savings it would be.
Dollar General is also a great alternative store to shop at for premium Proctor & Gamble (P&G) brands such as Tide, Cover Girl and Charmin. These are brands that we use in our house on a daily basis and you can get them for the every day low prices offered at Dollar General. Check out today's available savings.
You can also use coupons at Dollar General with brandSAVER coupons. These allow you to get great savings on some of P&G brands at Dollar General and products that are available at this store. brandSaver coupons are exclusively P&G coupons. They can be found monthly in your local Sunday newspaper. Check this Sunday, August 26 for the packet of brandSaver coupons in your Sunday newspaper. These coupons will be valid through September 30.
I have listed some examples of brandSAVER coupons for products that are available at Dollar General for the month of August. Savings such as: $2.00/2 Tide Detergent or Downy, $.75/1 Tide Detergent or Downy, $.50/1 Febreeze Fabric Refresher Product, $.50/1 Swiffer WetJet Solution, $1.00/1 Swiffer Sweeper Starter Kit or Dusters Extender Starter Kit, $1.00/1 Swiffer Duster, Sweeper, $.25/1 Charmin, $.50/1 Dawn, $1.00/1 Cascade, and much more. You can see from the examples how much more you can save by bringing along brandSAVER coupons on your next trip to Dollar General. I know I am looking to spread my money as far as I can, and will be using these coupons for the next month of shopping. How about you?