It’s now the Dollar+ Tree
View Source by petite10252
Hmm i wonder if this is for all locations. My local store did just increase prices last month but it’s $1.10. Should I expect a second increase?
It sucks but they are still the cheapest brick & mortar business.
Ouch. Dollar Tree was my goto during the pandemic last year. This probably won’t deter me but it’s still disappointing.
So a 6% increase in inflation equals a 25% increase in consumer products?
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We have Dollarama in Canada and things are 0.50-4 dollars plus tax. It leaves room for better quality items and good brands.
I’ve also been to dollar tree and although I appreciated the price caps the quality and range was low. Maybe an increase in price will bring new items.
I’m surprised it’s not higher
Loch Ness monster gonna be asking for about tree seventy five soon
Dollar Tree in Canada is already 1.25, wonder if it’s going up too.
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