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Big Lots Weekly Ad
(Valid Apr 10 - Apr 17, 2021)

View current Big Lots weekly ad and ad preview, plan your next grocery shopping. And save to EveryPayJoy shopping list to get always low price.

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What is Weekly Ad?

In the US, grocery supermarkets, pharmacies, home improvement and other retail stores publish limited time savings, coupons and deals in store every week (bi-week or month). You can typically find these flyers in the store near the entrance. You may also find weekly flyers retailers’ website. You can visit Big Lots website to view the weekly ad.

These items are available in limited quantities while supplies last. Shop early to get the best selection and be sure to follow your local government’s health recommendations for safety while shopping.

In EveryPayJoy community, your neighbors share these weekly ads from 800+ stores so you can save your trip picking the circulars.

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Big Lots Coupons and deals

Big Lots

Expires May 31, 2021

Patio & Garden

Expires May 31, 2021

Thornwood Hard-Top Pavilion

$1499.99
Expires May 31, 2021

Castle Pines Hard-Top Gazebo

$1199.99
Expires May 31, 2021

Castle Pines Collection

Expires May 31, 2021

Broyhill

$1599.99
Expires May 31, 2021

About Big Lots

The Big Lots chain traces its history back to 1967 when Consolidated Stores Corporation was formed in Ohio by Sol Shenk. In 1982, Consolidated Stores Corp. opened its first closeout store, called Odd Lots, in Columbus, Ohio. In 1983, drug store chain Revco bought New Jersey closeout retailer Odd Lot Trading Co. As Consolidated's Odd Lots stores expanded from Columbus, Revco took issue with the fact that another closeout retailer was operating a chain with national aspirations that had a similar name as the Revco-owned subsidiary. Consolidated Stores Corp. agreed to limit their use of the Odd Lots name to stores located within a certain radius of Columbus. Beyond the radius, Consolidated began opening stores under the Big Lots name. Eventually, all Odd Lots stores were rebranded as Big Lots. In 1985, Consolidated Stores Corp. began trading as a separate public company on the American Stock Exchange. In 1986, Consolidated Stores Corp. switched to the New York Stock Exchange, trading under the symbol CNS.

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