Are you familiar with Dollar General liquidation stores? These stores are a gold mine for thrifty shoppers looking to get the best deals on home decor, household items, accessories and more. But what is a liquidation store exactly? Let’s explore these incredible discount retailers further!
- What Are Dollar General Liquidation Stores?
- How To Tell What Are Dollar General Liquidation Items
- Where Can I Find a Dollar General Liquidation Store?
What Are Dollar General Liquidation Stores?
If you’re looking for unbeatable deals on products from Dollar General and other top retailers, search no further than Dollar General Liquidation stores. With discounts of up to 90% off retail prices, these outlets are your go-to destination for overstock items, discontinued merchandise and seasonal finds – ranging from food and beverages to health & beauty supplies, housewares and more! Visit one of our locations today to see what’s in stock – it changes often so check back regularly for new arrivals!
How To Tell What Are Dollar General Liquidation Items
Before I let you in on the secret of where to locate a Dollar General liquidation store nearby, allow me to first provide some tips as to how one can recognize Dollar General salvage products at these stores. There are a few different ways to tell if the items being sold are Dollar General liquidation items, mainly by their brand name and/or price tags.
Dollar General Private Brands
Dollar General offer superior private labels to provide customers with several inexpensive choices for products that are substantially lower-priced than their national brand alternatives. Dollar General’s private brands (and their product lines) include:
- 321 Party (party supplies)
- Believe Beauty (cosmetics, skincare & fragrances)
- Bobbie Brooks (clothing – discontinued)
- Breeze (feminine supplies)
- Clover Valley (food)
- Comfort Bay (bed, bath & home goods)
- Composure (bladder protection)
- DG Baby (baby products)
- DG Health (healthcare items)
- DG Home (essentials)
- DG Office (office supplies)
- Drive Mxd (automotive)
- EverPet (pets)
- Five Deep Breaths (relaxing scents)
- Forever Pals (pet supplies)
- Gentle Steps (diapers & baby products)
- Good & Smart (better-for-you foods)
- Heartland Farms (pet food)
- iMagine (school supplies)
- Nature’s Menu (pet food)
- NTense Energy (energy drinks)
- Office Hub (office supplies)
- ProEssentials (tools & accessories)
- Rexall (healthcare items)
- Root To End (clean haircare)
- Scent Happy (body care & fragrance)
- Shavely’s & Sierra (shaving supplies)
- Smart and Simple (paper goods)
- Studio Selection (personal care)
- Sweet Smiles (candy)
- True Living (kitchenware)
Not only do they offer private label products, but they also offer products from the world’s best-recognized brands like Clorox, Energizer, Procter & Gamble, Hanes and Coca-Cola to name a few as well as items from major labels such as Mars Inc., Unilever, Nestlé Products, Kimberly-Clark, Kellogg Company and General Mills in addition to PepsiCo goods!
Dollar General Price Tags
The shoes from Dollar General shown below have price tags attached that actually say “Dollar General”. Some liquidators may use a black marker to black this out or attach a thank-you or price sticker over the logo if they don’t want you to know where they get their products from. The Bobbie Brooks leggings shown below simply have a yellow circle showing the price that Dollar General charged, so chances are that a liquidator is selling them even cheaper. The yellow prices may a sticker that is removable or actually printed into the packaging. The examples shown above are shoes and clothing which Dollar General stores have recently stopped selling, so you’ll probably see a lot of items at liquidation and bin stores soon. Sometimes pallets of liquidation inventory can set in warehouses for years, so don’t be surprised to see some of these items for the next few years.
Dollar General Clearance Stickers
Dollar General clearance stickers are usually yellow or yellowish-orange in color and may or may not say “clearance” on them as shown below. You will also see that many times, the price is missing the last digit of the price which usually, but not always, is a zero not shown.
Dollar General Case Pack Boxes
If you see a lot of boxes similar to the ones shown above on pallets or being reused to hold merchandise for sale, chances are the items are Dollar General liquidation items as these are the type of boxes that Dollar General uses to pack up cases of items.
Where Can I Find a Dollar General Liquidation Store?
Dollar General liquidation stores can be found across the United States. Search for a liquidation store or bin store near you. Please note that these stores may also carry liquidation items from other retail sources such as Costco liquidation, Target salvage, CVS liquidation, Walmart liquidation, Sam’s Club liquidation, or Amazon warehouse items.
List of Dollar General Liquidation Stores By City/State
You can search by state, city, or name of the store. Click on the store name for a link to their website or Facebook page for hours and specials.
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Dollar General liquidation stores provide an amazing opportunity for savvy shoppers to get great deals on a wide range of products. With discounts of up to 95% off retail prices, these outlets are your go-to destination for overstock items, discontinued merchandise and seasonal finds. Knowing how to identify Dollar General salvage items and where to locate them will help you take full advantage of these stores. Happy shopping!