Buy 1, Get 1 Free Hot Wheels Cars at Dollar General | Fun Stocking Stuffers or Donation Items

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Grab stocking stuffers at Dollar General!

Through November 20th, head over to your local Dollar General where they are offering Buy 1, Get 1 Free sales on Hot Wheels & Matchbox Cars in-store only.

These cars are regularly priced at $1, so you’ll score them for just 50¢ each with the sale! They would make great stocking stuffers or donation items.

Ready to stock the gift closet? Here’s the deal…

hot wheels and matchbox cars at dollar general

Buy 2 Hot Wheels Cars $1 each
Total = $2
Less buy 1, get 1 free sale
Final cost $1 total – just 50¢ each!

matchbox cars

Buy 2 Matchbox Cars $1 each
Total = $2
Less buy 1, get 1 free sale
Final cost $1 total – just 50¢ each!

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Comments 9

  1. smoresto

    This won’t work for the 4 gift rule.

    • 5pink1blue

      It’s small – nice stocking stuffer

      • smoresto

        So does the 4 gift rule not include stocking stuffers? I’m trying to understand how it works.

        • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

          People do it differently. Some people that do the four gift rule, also include a stocking with small fun gifts for the kids.

  2. 5pink1blue

    You are free to make your own rules. I have always kept my kids stockings to little inexpensive items; candy, lip gloss, small toys, fun art supplies, a new toothbrush, small gift card, etc.

    • smoresto

      Ok, I just hear people talk about how great the 4 gift rule is and I’m thinking that not one single person actually sticks to 4 gifts. A candycane in the stocking is a gift but do people actually count it as one gift? My kids get, approximately 15 gifts, one between 50-100, maybe one around 30, and the rest less. Most are under 10. Many are things they need and are going to get anyway. It’s just more fun to wrap and have them open them. They get books, shoes, underwear, gloves, school supplies, bubble bath, this year some new masks for school etc…

  3. Amanda

    These also make great gift exchanges and also great donations. What little boy doesnt like cars. You can get 10 cars for $5. That’s a nice $5 gift!!!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)


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