Bottom Dollar Coupons
Saving money is the name of the game when it comes to supermarket shopping and
these Bottom Dollar Coupons are perfect for saving you instant money
at the checkouts. It's really simple, all you have to do is print them out and take them to your local Bottom
Dollar store and the amount is totally deducted from your grocery bill.
Bottom Dollar Food stores are based out of Salisbury, North Carolina. The first
ever Bottom Dollar Food grocery store was actually opened in 2005 in their home state and just a few years later
the company has over 50 stores throughout the eastern US including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and
Bottom Dollar Food stores carry a wide array of private brands such as "My
Essentials" and the Hannaford line of foods as well as a large variety of name brands in just about every food and
non-food category. Their main competition comes from the lower priced chains such as Aldi, Save-A-Lot and
PriceRite, all of which compete with Bottom Dollar in the Northeast U.S.
Some of the best Coupons for Bottom
Dollar stores arrives via mail when a new store is opening. Bottom Dollar often sends out mailers to the local
community announcing the opening of the store and those mailers normally will contain valuable coupons that offer
tremendous savings over a period of four weeks after the store opens. Each coupon is normally good for $10.00 off
the purchase of $20.00 and those Bottom Dollar
coupons can be combined with manufacturers coupons as well to add up to massive savings. When combining Bottom
Dollar $10.00 coupons with manufacturer coupons while purchasing their circular sale items, shoppers are able to
save over 60-70% during the first few weeks of a Bottom Dollar Food store's opening.
Bottom Dollar Food will also occassionally offer coupons for $5 off a $30 purchase
or even $10 in free groceries if you spend $30 or more. These Bottom Dollar coupons can sometimes
be found online and printed or in store circulars.
Bottom Dollar Coupons
The name Bottom Dollar Foods may give shoppers the impression that it is a
discount food store (which is true as their prices on sale items tend to be extremely competetive) but the company
has gone to great lengths to offer much more than low prices. Bottom Dollar Food stores tend to be smaller in size
than most major chains but aisles are wide and they tend to offer a huge variety of items from produce and meats to
canned goods and toiletries.
Out of all of the discount chain stores, Bottom Dollar Food is more of a small
version of the main chains as they tend to carry many major brands like Kraft, Nabisco, Kellogg's, Coca-Cola,
Pepsi, Frito-Lay and more. Competing chains like Aldi tend to carry their own private brands so their stores tend
to be less appealing to shoppers than Bottom Dollar Foods.
The Bottom Dollar Food "My Essentials" and Hannaford private brands tend to
compete very well with other store private brands as well. They carry everything from bottled water and sodas to
cookies, crackers, cereals and toiletries. Prices for Bottom Dollar Food private brands tend to be very competetive
to name brands as well with savings in the range of 20-30%.
Bottom Dollar Food store circulars come out weekly and with most sales starting on
Fridays and running for an entire week. They also tend to have weekly 2-Day Sales where one or two items are
offered at extremely low prices to entice shoppers to visit their stores. These 2-Day Sale items tend to be limited
and most Bottom Dollar Food stores will limit purchases to 4 items per shopper while supplies last.
Bottom Dollar Food stores accept many forms of payment including cash, checks,
WIC/EBT, most ATM/Debit/Credit cards as well as manufacturer coupons
and Bottom Dollar coupons. All stores also offer additional
services including Western Union, money orders and some also offer local state lottery tickets.
Bottom Dollar Food stores also offer Member Cards, which is typical of most major
grocery chains these days. The member card allows shoppers to take advantage of the lower sale prices and shoppers
must have this card in order to receive the lower advertised prices. Cards can be obtained either on Bottom
Dollar's website or at the customer service desk in store.