Dollar Plus

Many people pass their local Dollar Plus or other $1 outlets without a second thought. These "extreme-value" shops are generally small in scale and exist quietly, without commercials or a lot of promotion. However, these subdued outposts are big business: as just one example, Dollar General operates more shops around the world than Wal-Mart.

There are many reasons why the Dollar Plus model has been very successful, even during times of economic crisis:

  • Extreme-value retailers offer a wide variety of goods at very low prices. The average shopper can find necessities, such as toiletries and consumables, as well as toys, games, gadgets and more--usually within less than 3,500 square feet.
  • Discount retailers keep their prices very low--generally, everything is priced at $1 or less--by buying large amounts of goods wholesale through suppliers who are committed to supporting the Dollar Plus business model.
  • People love to shop, even when they don't have a lot of money. The fact that, according to ACNielsen, the average amount spent at a retailer like Dollar Plus is just $9, compared with $32 at the supermarket, makes this option even more attractive.

Dollar Plus Stores and More Find Discount Items from Dedicated Suppliers

Dollar Store Merchandise is one such supplier that specializes in providing retailers like Dollar Plus with quality wholesale merchandise as well as support and equipment to run these stores successfully. Retailers can call 1-877-549-5210 or email info@dollarstoremerchandise.com to get started. Those who are thinking about owning their own businesses can work with BuckStore, Inc.