Dollar Tree stores in Colorado have significantly been rising in price for the past five years.

I have shopped at Dollar Tree my entire life. From school projects to office supplies to cleaning products many of us rely on the Dollar Tree. That might be changing soon.

Dollar Tree Plus Explained


First, the Dollar Tree had items sold for $1.25. In 2022 Dollar Tree introduced Dollar Tree Plus. The bargain retailer started selling higher quality goods for $3.00 and $5.00.

I will admit that the quality of the items is definitely worth the price increase. Earlier this month I visited a Dollar Tree in Fort Collins and saw gaming keyboards and branded t-shirts for just five dollars. I scored a pair of Ted Lasso socks on a major deal.

Dollar Trees to Close in Colorado?


Even though Dollar Tree stores are expanding their products for sale they are continuing to struggle.

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30 stores across the nation will close by the end of the year. Although Dollar Tree did not specifically announce which stores will close, you need to know that your favorite store might be shut down.

More Price Hikes in Colorado


Dollar Tree just announced that the new max price for items in their store will be $7.00. You are probably thinking what we are thinking.

Why call it the Dollar Tree anymore?

The price range will now be from $1.50 to $7.00.

Dollar Tree claims that shoppers enjoy their stores more despite the cost increases. They claim that customers are happy with higher quality products even though it is more expensive.

There is no word yet on whether there will be better products with the latest price hike, but expect to spend more money at Dollar Tree soon.

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