A startup called Hollar is taking the concept of a dollar store - with thousands of fun, inexpensive finds - and putting it online.
A website called Hollar is taking the concept of the dollar store and putting it online. You'll find thousands of items in various categories. Cosmetics starting at a $1. Toys for $2. Organic walnuts for $4. The list goes on and on.
No matter what you're buying, the site is all about delivering incredible value. You'll find toys for the kids, gifts for friends, make-up, tech stuff, household items and more.
Founder David Yeom is a former VP at The Honest Company. He says the site stems from his love of going to dollar stores growing up.
"We wanted to really bring that experience where you can find thousands of really amazing products at amazing value and convenience," explained Yeom. As for the quality? "Just because something isn’t expensive doesn’t mean it’s not great," said Yeom.
The site is constantly being refreshed with hundreds of new items. Hollar keeps costs down by requiring a $10 minimum purchase. Shipping is $5, unless you spend $25 and then shipping is free.
Items ship from Hollar's warehouse in Los Angeles, the company explains in a FAQ that your order generally takes 7-10 days to arrive to your home.
Use code RICHONTECH for 20% off and free shipping for your first order. New customers only. Expires Friday, Sept 9.