I’m addicted to watching Dollar Tree Hauls on YouTube. Here’s why.
Right off the bat, you have to know about Dollar Tree before this will make any sense to you. And you have to know that I’m an enthusiastic fan of this chain of stores.
I’ve been shopping at Dollar Tree for years.
I can’t remember when I first entered into a Dollar Tree store, but I know that I was writing about making homemade dishwashing soap using stuff from Dollar Tree back in July 2006.
Yikes! That was over ten years ago! Wow.
And as a long time shopper at Dollar Tree, I can confirm that shopping there gets better as time passes – something I don’t know that I can say about some of the other places where I spend my money. You?
Example? Back in September 2013, I was excited to find really great books at my local Dollar Tree. Good stuff, not strange topics by unknown authors.
I remember being soooo excited to find several Janet Evanovich paperbacks there – I really love her Stephanie Plum series. Well, most of it. But that’s another topic, for another day. Plum series lovers know what I’m talking about here ….
What is Dollar Tree?
Dollar Tree is a national chain of stores where every product sold is priced at $1.00. That’s right: One Dollar.
There are competitors out there that have Dollar in their name, but they don’t have the same deal once you go inside. They will have products that cost more than a buck.
Two big selling points for me and my Dollar Tree loyalty: first, the stuff that they sell isn’t junky or dirty or dusty on the shelves. Many of the Dollar Tree items are good quality. You can find name brands there, too.
For instance, their web site is promoting Betty Crocker Food Storage Containers with Lids this week, for $1.00 per pack. And there’s an in-store special of Top Ramen five-packs for a dollar, in case your kids (or you) want to try Kylie Jenner’s Ramen recipe with garlic salt and butter.
The second selling point for me: most of these stores are clean and tidy, with helpful clerks, and well-stocked shelves. Not all of them, but almost all of them. And they are located in nice shopping strips or centers, with good lighting and ample parking space.
So, now that you have the warning that I’m a big Dollar Tree fan and what Dollar Tree is selling, let’s get to the Dollar Tree Hauls.
Hauls of Dollar Tree Stuff on YouTube
Dollar Tree Hauls have been around for a while -- at least a year. I stumbled upon them on YouTube after I added the YouTube channel on my Roku Streaming Device.
These are short videos (anywhere from a couple of minutes to around 20 minutes long) where real people are showing you the bargains that they’ve found at their local Dollar Tree.
Some of these folk go there every single day – or pretty close to it. Some of them upload Hauls every so often, maybe with a theme (School Supplies at Dollar Tree) or with reviews (products they or their families love, like Joanne DelBalso’s family addiction to Dollar Tree pretzels with cheese).
3 August 2016 Dollar Tree Haul Videos on YouTube
Here are a few of the Haulers who shop their local Dollar Trees that I watch on a pretty regular basis.
One is shopping on the East Coast, one on the West Coast; it’s interesting to see what they are finding that isn’t in my San Antonio store. Sometimes, it’s a hint to be on the lookout for something that is coming in the next couple of weeks.
Now, these three videos are just a sample – surf “Dollar Tree Hauls” on YouTube for yourself, and see what you find.
- Breakup2Makeup - Late Night Dollartree Haul, August 2016, Goodies
- Joanne DelBalso - Dollar Tree Haul August 2016
- PrettyNFlawed - NEW DOLLAR TREE FINDS **AUGUST 21-2016 .