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Hollar.com is a massive online dollar store specializing in hundreds of high-quality items that are all at dollar store prices. Most of the items are priced at $2 to $4 each.
Hollar offers a wide variety of items — including school supplies, adult coloring books, backpacks, activity sets & activity books, craft supplies, scrapbooking supplies, beauty tools, makeup, hair care, games, puzzles, kids’ apparel, women’s accessories & apparel, gift bags, health & first aid, health and first aid, party favors, fitness, and much more!
I love their line of adult coloring books — and they start at $2 each! (Search for Adult Coloring to find the selection of coloring books.)
They have Melissa & Doug products, including Paint With Water books for just $3! (Search for Melissa & Doug to find their selection of products from this brand.
They also have a number of cute backpacks priced at just $5 each! (Search for “backpacks” to find these.)
And the makeup and nail polish deals are amazing! Essie nail polish for just $2 and $3 per bottle? I’m sold!
I placed an order with Hollar a few weeks ago and was very impressed with what the sent (other than the fact that it was HUGE box for just 4 bottles of nail polish!)
Everything was well packaged and the box came within a week of ordering. I got 4 bottles of nail polish — 2 bottles of Essie polish and 2 bottles of OPI polish and my total was just $11 shipped for all 4!
These nail polishes are usually between $7-$9 per bottle each, so to get 4 bottles for $11 was a STEAL! I’ve used them and they work well, so it’s not like they were old or cheap imitation polish or something.
Overall, I was very, very impressed with my experience with Hollar and would definitely use them again.
What You Need to Know About Hollar:
- You have to spend at least $10 minimum per purchase. You won’t be able to check out unless your cart has at least $10 in it.
- When you sign up with Hollar, you’ll get free shipping on your first order of $10 or more.
- After your first order, shipping is free with any $25 order (or $4.95 for orders less than $10).
Bonus! Earn $2 For Every Friend Who Makes a Purchase!
Don’t keep a great deal to yourself! Sign up for an account with Hollar and then grab your referral link and share it with friends. Your friend will get a $2 credit for signing up through your link and you’ll get a $2 store credit when your friend makes their first purchase!
Have you shopped through Hollar.com? If so, what did you order? How was your experience? I’d love to hear your honest thoughts!
Ibotta just rolled out a new feature yesterday! You can now get cash back on some of your favorite apps when you use them to make purchases within the Ibotta app.
Here’s how it works:
- Find & Unlock Mobile Apps Rebates — Choose the mobile apps category, browse the rebates, and unlock cash back!
- Launch App — Tap on the green launch app button at the bottom of your screen to open the app on your device.
- Unlock Rebates — Before you shop, unlock cash back rewards on great products by completing simple tasks.
- Go Shopping — Use your loyalty card or phone number at check out.
Right now they have several apps included: Jet, Groupon, Boxed, Hotels.com, DoorDash, Ticketmaster, Drizly, Caviar, Handy, Spring, and Delivery.com. This list will continue to grow as they add more apps.
If you haven’t signed up for Ibotta yet, you can go here to get started with a $10 bonus cash back credit. Ibotta is one of my favorite money-making apps, and it’s a great way to save money on groceries and more—without clipping coupons! I love that they’re adding this new category to increase earnings even more.
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I tried to break up with you, but I just couldn’t.
When I step into your doors I’m instantly taken back to the lean law school years when your low prices allowed us to survive on a tiny, tiny grocery budget. You’ve saved us thousands of dollars over the last 13 1/2 years.
And even though I could afford to pay fancier grocery store prices now, you continue to woo me with how you simplify my life and keep our grocery budget low.
Thank you for not offering 27 different kinds of ketchup. Or 56 types of salad dressing. Or 14 variations of Cheerios.
Thank you for not being all flashy and slick. Stay humble, small, and inexpensive. I like you best that way.
Your lifelong BFF and not-so-secret admirer