19 Dollarama Items You Probably Didn't Know You Could Get In Quebec

A potty briefcase, a beer pong set, canned chicken, and more.
Senior Editor

Dollar stores are a cabinet of the strange, wonderful, puzzling, and, sometimes, extremely useful. This list of 19 items customers can get from Dollarama in Quebec showcases the store's wide range of hidden treasures.

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All of these items are posted on the Dollarama online store, which only sells items in bulk.

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Prices on this list represent individual units. Many products online come in cases with multiple units.

A spokesperson for Dollarama told MTL Blog that the online store does not include the full range of items that are available in stores, so there might be even more to discover.

They also confirmed that the online store ships across the country and that in-store inventory is consistent nationwide.

A Potty Briefcase

Dollarama

Price: $6

Details: It's a potty for kids that comes in the shape of a briefcase and opens up to reveal a little seat and depository.

A Beer Pong Kit

Dollarama

Price: $3.00/unit

Details: It comes with classic beer pong cups and ping pong balls.

A Bag Of River Rocks

Dollarama

Price: $1.25/unit

Details: For crafts or your life science project.

Modelling Clay

Dollarama

Price: $1.50/unit

Details: Yes, like, clay for art. The product has a picture of a classical sculpture on the packaging, which might be a little ambitious. Also, it dries in the open air.

Bath Salts 

Dollarama

Price: $1.25/unit

Details: As the description puts it, the product "soaks away tiredness, bodily aches, and stress."

A Pizza Crisper

Dollarama

Price: $4.00/unit

Details: To crisp your personal 12-inch pizza to your liking.

Metal Forks

Dollarama

Price: $1.25/unit

Details: Dollarama also has knives and spoons.

Grass Tiles

Dollarama

Price: $1.50/unit

Details: They're self-adhesive, too. There are also these interlocking grass mats.

A Bag Of Multi-Size Marbles

Dollarama

Price: $1.25/unit

Details: 25 in each bag.

Incense

Dollarama

Price: $1.50/unit

Details: Each pack comes with different scents. Dollarama says they can last about 30 minutes.

String Lights Shaped Like Bugs

Dollarama

Price: $2.50/unit

Details: Butterflies and dragonflies, to be exact. They come in blue, white, and green.

Balls That Smell Like Fruit — Plus Bubblegum

Dollarama

Price: $1.25/unit

Details: There's green apple, strawberry, orange, cherry, blueberry, and bubblegum. The balls have emojis printed on them and in the product photo, one shows the poop emoji. It's unclear which scent that one has. The product description says the assortment may vary from the image.

A Complete Needlework Kit

Dollarama

Price: $2.50/unit

Details: According to the Dollarama website, it comes with tape, scissors, thread, needles, a thimble and a threader.

A Personal Cold Brewer

Dollarama

Price: $6.00/unit

Details: It comes with a tumbler.

Puppy Pee Pads

Dollarama

Price: $3.00/unit

Details: "Ultra absorbent." "No mess, no leaks."

Lots & Lots Of Embroidery Thread

Dollarama

Price: $3.00/unit

Details: A pack of 20 7.3-metre-long colourful threads.

Camping Mug With A Clip Handle

Dollarama

Price: $4.00/unit

Details: The handle is a carabiner.

Canned Chicken

Dollarama

Price: $1.50/unit

Details: Tuna of the land — in flakes.

Garden Knee Pads

Dollarama

Price: $3.00/unit

Details: Choose between blue, green, red, and purple.

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