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Magnetic Tins 2-Pack Only $1 at Dollar Tree (Holds Spices, Paper Clips & More)

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If you’re heading into your local Dollar Tree store any time in the near future, keep an eye out for this Jot Small Round Magnetic Tins 2-Pack!

These magnetic tins have a clear lid and would work well for holding spices and small items such as paper clips, push pins and more. They can adhere to your range hood, the refrigerator and more.

If you’d prefer, you can snag these Magnetic Tins online; however, you must purchase a case of 24 for a total of $24 – just $1 per package.

(Thanks, KR!)

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  1. Mary

    Awesome deal! I love these. I got mine from Michaels on clearance $1.50 each. Definitely going to get some from Dollar Tree.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yay! I’ll be grabbing these at my store too! 😉

  2. Jennifer

    I love these. I don’t use the magnetic feature but I put rubber bands in them for my catchall drawer 🙂

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great idea!

  3. Laura

    I have these and like them, however they have occasionally fallen off the fridge and then the lid comes off, spilling the contents. I use them to hold the box tops for education box tops until I have enough to send in, so its something I can clean up fairly easily when the tin does fall, but I wouldn’t recommend putting spices in them for this reason!

    • Kchast

      I have them for the exact same purpose…box tops. I agree though the lid on one of mine comes off very easily.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh bummer! Thanks for the warning, Laura!

  4. Becky

    I purchased a similar one at bed bath and beyond for my fridge. We put box tops in them and its so convenient!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Such a great idea, Becky! Thanks for the suggestion!

  5. Vicki A Daley

    I love these for my classroom! I teach 1st grade and put dice in mine so when the kids roll, they don’t get lost, and the kids can still read the number through the lid.

    • KeriB

      Oh I love that idea! Very clever

  6. Dorothy

    Are these food safe, as they are found in the office supplies aisle?

    • Molly

      I probably wouldn’t store food in them. Dollar store stuff is notorious for being made of non food safe and sometimes potentially hazardous materials.

    • Susan H

      Yup same thing I thought. Not food safe so wouldn’t store any food in them myself.

  7. Holli

    I got those a while back for my rv. Love them.

  8. Brian Puhalsky

    Eureka!!! I have been looking for an answer to all of our spices. I really don’t want them out in the open (we have A LOT of spices) so I will get a few pieces of thin sheet metal and attach them to the inside of my cabinet doors. Easy Peasy is what I believe the saying is 😉 I’ve been looking for answers to this problem for ages but spice racks are so expensive and racking systems never seem to fit all the answers; jar sizes are too specific, only hold about 5 jars, racks don’t fit door sizes, etc. this is going to do it.

    • Suzanne

      If you have the cabinet space, the spicy shelf is great! I went through the same thing with having so many spices and different sizes. It fits in the small over stove cabinet and adjusts to the length needed. I think they run about $15 at Walmart.

      • Brian Puhalsky

        Hey thanks for the reply Suzanne. I did look into them, but the issue was the amount of space they took up and sizing of spice bottles again. Then I thought, I could go on Amazon and get empty like sized bottles to switch out, but that was going to be a fortune also. Plus, I could use the extra cabinet shelf. Along with too many spices, we also have too many gadgets. lol

        • Suzanne

          Totally understand that!! Best of luck organizing!

      • LS

        I also love the Spicy Shelf! I bought 2!

  9. Helen in Meridian

    i have bought the magnetic jars at Fred Meyers, but think I paid closer to $4 each. Will try a couple and see how they compare. Also my closes Dollar Tree got a huge shipment of new books. I got a coffee table sized book about World Trade Center. They had lots of new books.

  10. Amber

    I love these! I put the lawn mower keys & other small keys I have in them. Box tops sound like a awesome idea 🙂

  11. amy

    I bought these to put candy in the tins and added a ribbon for graduation!

  12. MommySpendsLess

    That’s funny! I have a similar tin (from Ikea I think) on my fridge for BoxTops too. I was surprised to see two other people with the same item for the same purpose. Does this mean I’m not as clever as I thought? 🙂 The ones I have require two hands to open them.

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