Dollarama Store Map

Dollarama: still giving Canadian consumers a big bang for their buck.

Let’s face it, no matter what your income bracket, you’ve probably shopped at one of Canada’s 1,114 Dollarama stores, right?  Canadians love a bargain, and that’s why the country’s largest dollar store chain is a growing success.

Dollarama: 1114 Store Locations Across Canada

When Dollarama first opened its doors in Montreal in 1992, every item on its shelves had a price tag of $1. But, in keeping with rising costs, Dollarama introduced new price points in April of last year: $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 and $4.00 That said, there are still lots of bargains to be had  for just a dollar.

No matter the season or reason, Dollarama’s got it covered

What would all our special holidays and celebrations be without festive decorations and pretty gift wrap? Dollarama’s shelves are filled with seasonal merchandise, from Christmas and Hannukah to Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Canada Day, Thanksgiving and Halloween . Need school supplies? Yep, Dollarama carries pretty much everything students need to fill their backpacks. Kitchen products, hats, mitts, scarves, sandals and sauce pans, they’ve got it all. Cleaning products, craft supplies, storage bags, bathroom tissue, toys, games, paint brushes? Yep, they’ve got those, too.

Good news: you can now use your credit card at Dollarama

 Until recently, Dollarama accepted only cash or debit cards but, the company is now, or will soon be, accepting all major credit cards. And, if that isn’t enough good news for you, Dollarama is pushing its growth target to 1,700 stores over the next decade! Happy shopping, Canadians!

 

Gloria Sauvé
Communications and Marketing

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