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My Dollar General ‘stack’ hack gets you $26 worth of cleaning products for $6.20 | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

A COUPONING expert has revealed how to get $26 of cleaning products for $6.20 at Dollar General.

This epic Gain haul makes use of many different coupons which can be “stacked” to increase the savings. 

Melyssa (@couponing4beginners) knows how to get the best value out of Dollar General couponsCredit: TikTok/@couponing4beginners
She recently revealed the exact ones to clip to score $26 of Gain products for $6.20Credit: TikTok/@couponing4beginners; Dollar General

Melyssa is an extreme couponer who shares tutorials on TikTok (@couponing4beginners).

In a recent video, she showed her step-by-step guide to score $26 worth of laundry products for as little as $6.20 at Dollar General.

First, Melyssa added the following items to her cart.

  • Gain Flings, 24 count – $7.50
  • Gain liquid fabric softener – $4.50
  • Gain Fireworks scent booster $7.50
  • Two Febreze Gain small spaces $3.25 each

She then showed off the necessary digital coupons to clip in the Dollar General app for the relevant products.

Next, she added a Dollar General store coupon to save $5 off any Gain scented purchase of $20 or more. 

“This coupon can be used any day,” she pointed out.

Altogether, the coupons were worth $14.80, leaving a total of $11.20 for $26 of products.


But Melyssa took the savings even further by “stacking” another Dollar General store coupon for $5 off any purchase over $25.

That reduced the total to just $6.20.

Please note, this coupon expires Saturday, July 22.

What’s more, Melyssa mentioned how not all Dollar General stores will allow you to “stack” both $5 off coupons at once.

“Even without the extra $5 on Saturdays, this is still an amazing deal,” she said.


Melyssa also shared an extra quick tip for shopping at the discount store.

“Use the Dollar General app to scan all your items to make sure there is a coupon that corresponds to the items you are taking,” she recommended.

“If that does not pop up, that means that item is not for this deal.”

But Dollar General isn’t the only store where you can take advantage of coupons to maximize your savings.

The U.S. Sun recently spoke to one savvy mom-of-two who saves $50 to $60 a week on groceries with her clever hacks.

And find out how one Walmart shopper even put money in her pocket using a sneaky Ibotta cashback hack.


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