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Bottom Dollar Food
BY BOTTOM DOLLAR FOOD #17 in Specialty Food Stores
4.31 / 5 based on 32 Reviews
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Bottom Dollar Food
Absolutely LOVE Bottom Dollar. They have absolutely everything you could imagine and at very reasonable prices!
This store is great for finding many of the daily necessities. Name brand and store brands are low prices! The meats and produce section are great, although small, they are fresh and never out of date.
Great store to shop at. Good amount of food selection. Great prices and it's better to shop here than anywhere else!
Sadly, our's just closed. I liked that the prices were lower than the big retailers but had the same variety. Even "their" brand items were great!
I haven't been here, but damn it has the most demoralizing name ever. It makes me think of dollar store food that has been there for years.
They had really good prices. just sad to see all are stores had closed. I hope they bring back
Great prices and sad to see it go. They had just your necessities and a great assortment of fruits and vegetables. You will be missed Bottom Dollar!
This store has so many great priced items that you get double what you normally would get at another grocery store
This is the best grocery store ever. There are amazing prices on their name brand products as well as many brand name products. Love this store and shop there weekly.
I liked Bottom Dollar, they had very reasonably prices for the things you get and on top of the great prices they allow coupons. I'm not sure if it's happening all over the US but, another company bought them which is disappointing I won't be able to shop there ever again.
Q & A
Does anyone have any info about bottom dollar food? i was thinking about checking it out to see if i could save some money but wasn't sure what it was like.
How do the prices here compare to another grocery store? Are the prices really at rock bottom all the time?
What is the coupon policy at this storw, and how do the products compare to your larger chained grocery stores?