Discover wide variety of home decor items at Dollars & Cents in Langley and Coquitlam.

There are more than a thousand reasons to find your way to Dollars & Cents

What’s in store may surprise you, including the chance to win $1,000 cash!

How do you say “thank you” for 20-plus years of community support?

If you’re Dollars & Cents, you offer the chance to win a host of great prizes, including a grand prize of $1,000 CASH!

With stores in Coquitlam and Langley consistently voted to the Tri-Cities ‘A List,’ they’re kicking off 2018 with the Christmas Cash Giveaway. Simply fill out a ballot in the store, then Like and Share the Dollars & Cents Facebook page by Dec. 31 for your chance to win. Runner-up prizes include one of two generous spa packages and four Vancouver Giants hockey tickets.

Much has changed at Dollars & Cents in its 20-plus years, says local business partner Salim Dhanani.

“We’re still a Canadian company active in our communities, but over the years we’ve evolved. You’ll still find some of those everyday value-items, but we strive to surprise you with much, much more!”

Housewares – Beyond “dollar store” ware, you can also choose from exceptional product brands including Umbra, Paderno and Gordon Ramsay dinnerware by Royal Doulton. “For example, we probably offer the best price in town on the 16pc. Gordon Ramsay Maze Dinnerware set and Paderno Cookware sets, plus we sell open stock of both, which people really appreciate,” Dhanani says.

Greeting cards – Find a wide selection of premium Everyday and Seasonal Hallmark cards, plus a line of $1, $2 and $3 cards. Better yet, Greeting Cards Loyalty Program members earn points for every dollar spent on greeting cards which they can redeem to save up to 10 per cent on future card purchases.

Confectionery & Groceries – In addition to a large variety of delicious chocolate bars, candies and snacks, you’ll also find a selection of sought-after quality products like delicious Mitchell’s Soups, Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar and NutraCleanse dietary supplement at fantastic prices.

Toys & Gifts – From birthday gifts to stocking stuffers, inspiration fills the shelves. Children on your Christmas list? Discover an array of Melissa & Doug toys, activity books, educational toys, games and more.

Crafts – Parents and teachers know Dollars & Cents is their best resource for craft supplies. And to show their support for learning and education, the Educators Discount Program offers special discounts on supplies for teachers from preschool to secondary. Special orders are also available.

Seasonal supplies and decorations – Whether it’s Christmas decorations for the office or the latest trends for your Halloween party, there’s always something new to discover.

Party supplies – From custom helium balloons – yes, you can add a personal message! – to beautiful wedding supplies, this is party central. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Ask! They may be able to order it in for you.

In Coquitlam, visit Dollars & Cents in Westwood Plateau Village. In Langley, find the store across from Willowbrook Mall, beside Staples and Canadian Tire.

Visit dollarsandcentsstores.com and on Facebook, where you can also learn more about your chance to win $1,000

 

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