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[Dollarama] Dollarama Deals (Jan 10, 2021)

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[Dollarama] Dollarama Deals (Jan 10, 2021)

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As seen at the City Square location in Vancouver, BC. Last update was exactly 2 weeks ago but since I was a location I dont normally frequent, I figured I would report some new items I found.

The Penn socks seem like a great deal for 10 pairs although they're kinda thin. They are a tennis brand company I think.

These are the non-Dollarama branded products (ie. The hidden gems).

I've taken the suggestion to date my post instead of doing different versions so you know how current it is.

These products may not be restocked and are probably not typically carried.

Previous thread here: dollarama-dollarama-deals-dec-27-2020-2 ... #p33802753
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[OP]
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I realized mods merged this thread with the other Dollarama thread created by another user.
I didn't realize and created another.
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Finally a Jan thread

also what is AXE Africa smells like... why would they use a place/country as a fragrance, whats next? AXE New York Subway?
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Thanks OP.

I don't go to Dollarama very often, so I have a very random question. Do you know what they do with their Christmas chocolates? Do they get marked down and cleared? Or do they just continue selling them?

I really love those square peppermint chocolates they sell every Christmas but I didn't get a chance to go back to stock up this year..... :'(

Edit: I last bought those chocolates at the City Square location
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Angel Girl wrote: Thanks OP.

I don't go to Dollarama very often, so I have a very random question. Do you know what they do with their Christmas chocolates? Do they get marked down and cleared? Or do they just continue selling them?

I really love those square peppermint chocolates they sell every Christmas but I didn't get a chance to go back to stock up this year..... :'(

Edit: I last bought those chocolates at the City Square location
Christmas candy is all on clearance. I went to 1531 Bayview Ave in Toronto on the weekend. One example, a giant (500mg) candy cane was originally $4, marked down to $1 now. Basically all the seasonal holiday candy/ chocolate getting blown out.
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Angel Girl wrote: Thanks OP.

I don't go to Dollarama very often, so I have a very random question. Do you know what they do with their Christmas chocolates? Do they get marked down and cleared? Or do they just continue selling them?

I really love those square peppermint chocolates they sell every Christmas but I didn't get a chance to go back to stock up this year..... :'(

Edit: I last bought those chocolates at the City Square location
I'm not really sure TBH. I've never seen Dollarama mark items down but I think they do package away things they cant sell (extra decorations etc). Not sure what they do about food products.
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A couple of years ago I was talking to a buddy who was working next door to a Dollar Tree. He told me that all of their seasonal stuff went into a dumpster when the season ended. I guess stuff that retails for 1.00-1.25 isn't worth discounting.
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cpfan wrote: A couple of years ago I was talking to a buddy who was working next door to a Dollar Tree. He told me that all of their seasonal stuff went into a dumpster when the season ended. I guess stuff that retails for 1.00-1.25 isn't worth discounting.
Wow, they should donate it to charity or soemthing.

Reminds me of the CBC Marketplace investigation on what they do with all those Amazon returns.
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cpfan wrote: A couple of years ago I was talking to a buddy who was working next door to a Dollar Tree. He told me that all of their seasonal stuff went into a dumpster when the season ended. I guess stuff that retails for 1.00-1.25 isn't worth discounting.
The DollarTree near me had discounted Christmas stuff by 50% after Christmas in store.
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thanks OP. nothing personally interesting but appreciate your effort. up voted.
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stovetop wrote: Wow, they should donate it to charity or soemthing.

Reminds me of the CBC Marketplace investigation on what they do with all those Amazon returns.

Don't leave me hanging, what do they do?
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I went a few day after Christmas expecting a discount (Dec 28 I think), but there was none! They had what I needed at reasonable price, so I still paid up full $. I asked if it was going to be discount in the future and they didn’t know (while actively pulling down Christmas bags from display). DollarTree & Walmart were discounting 50% off same day as this visit.
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WeimarRepublic wrote:
Don't leave me hanging, what do they do?
Air Jordan wrote:
Yeah basically throw it out depending on the item. If usuable, they'll sell it to liquidators. Pretty sad life cycle.
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Thank you all for your help. I found them discounted for $2 per bag so I picked up a few from City Square today. No digital thermometers though, darn.
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Angel Girl wrote: Thank you all for your help. I found them discounted for $2 per bag so I picked up a few from City Square today. No digital thermometers though, darn.
Is that chocolate good?
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stovetop wrote: Is that chocolate good?
I’m a huge fan of peppermint chocolates. They are good enough for me to buy every Christmas season! :D
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sprung wrote: Christmas candy is all on clearance. I went to 1531 Bayview Ave in Toronto on the weekend. One example, a giant (500mg) candy cane was originally $4, marked down to $1 now. Basically all the seasonal holiday candy/ chocolate getting blown out.
Why are they open during the lockdown?

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