‘Tis the season to save

It’s easy to get the entire house ready for the holiday this season and celebrate one of the most wonderful times of the year without spending a fortune.

From simple decorating ideas to affordable party planning inspiration, getting into the holiday spirit has never been so easy with these tips from the discount experts at Dollar General.

Holiday decorating

Decorate in style, but affordably, by purchasing inexpensive holiday table runners, ornaments and holiday pillows. Local Dollar General stores have these items, as well as ornaments available for a low cost.

Consider repurposing existing household items into your holiday arrangements. For example, use cake stands and baskets to display decorations.

Add charm, versatility and holiday cheer to your home by incorporating new, trendy decor with vintage and traditional decorations from your childhood.

Holiday recipe

essentials

Decorating is only half the fun. Bring family and friends together by filling the house with the smell of delicious holiday food. Stock up on fresh milk, eggs, bread, sugar, baking mixes, spices and other cooking essentials at a discount retailer.

Find simple and affordable holiday recipes like casseroles, cookies and holiday drinks online by checking out Dollar General Easy Meals.

Host a potluck

Creating many dishes for a crowd is not only time-consuming, but it can be costly as well. Share the expense with friends and family by hosting a potluck. Each guest can bring their favorite holiday dish. Ask guests in advance what they plan to bring, so you don’t end up with repeats.

Seasonal shopping

Great deals are always on the table during the holiday season. Save even more by shopping at Dollar General, which offers everyday low prices as well as digital coupons. Create a DG Digital Coupon account at dollargeneral.com/coupons, through the DG mobile app for Android and iPhone smartphones, or by texting JOIN to 34898. Messaging rates may apply.

Enjoy the most wonderful time of the year without over-spending. Happy Holidays!

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