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Free Dollar General Gift Cards

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

You can now earn free Dollar General gift cards with Dollar Generals Rhythm & Race rewards. The new rewards program from Dollar General allows shoppers to earn 1 point for every item from a participating products list purchased at Dollar General locations. It is a great way to earn points towards a free gift card by buying items at Dollar General that were likely on your shopping list anyways. A lot of the items are brand name essentials such as Huggies wipes, Glad Freezer bags, Ragu sauces and brand name cereals. If you are buying these product somewhere else it may make sense to make the switch to Dollar General. Not only will you earn points towards free Dollar General gift cards but you will also save money on each purchase since the chains pricing are usually well below the prices at Walmart or local supermarkets.

You can use your Dollar General rewards points for Dollar General gift cards, racing memorabilia, and music memorabilia. In order to be eligible for the program you will need to sign up for Dollar General’s rewrd program on their website. The points are given for any participating Unilever, Kimberly-Clark, Clorox and General Mills product purchased between April 1st, 2011 and July 31st, 2011. The promotion is only open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years or older.

If you receive some Dollar General gift cards that you will not be spending anytime soon consider selling your gift cards on Giftah.com. They will give you cash for any unwanted gift cards, if you have a gift card for a major American retailer or restaurant that you don’t plan on using consider selling the gift card. You can quickly turn your gift card into cash that can be used to purchase whatever you want. There is also a listing of discount gift cards on Giftah.com so you can save money buying gas, dinning out and shopping. Its like everything is always on sale, Giftah.com will put more cash in your pocket.