1. Adhesive bandages
Hopefully you won’t need adhesive bandages every day, but it’s good to have them around when you do. Why not stock up at the dollar store?
2. Aluminum foil
There’s no need to pay a fancy price for a simple commodity, and that’s what aluminum foil is — the name says it all.
3. Baking sheets
Baking sheets are like aluminum foil — a simple commodity — and they’re used by the same people too.
Kids love balloons and they’ll love you if you buy them in bulk at the dollar store.
5. Beach toys
How often do you need to buy beach toys? Not much more than once a year and you don’t need to pay a whole lot for them either.
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