Twin Liquors brings back dollar sale

The fine wine and spirits retailer is offering deals at highly discounted prices during The Dollar Sale from March 31 through April 2, 2022. Photo: Twin Liquors, used with permission.

Texas’ favorite sale, The Dollar Sale, is returning this spring at Twin Liquors. Featuring incredible savings on all wine and spirits across the store, Twin Liquors drops the price to the absolute lowest, then adds $1. Shoppers can look forward to amazing prices on collectible wines, rare whiskies and other popular spirits. (Twin Liquors, 2022)

Since the first Dollar Sale was activated 10 years ago in honor of their 75th anniversary, the sale has been a way for Twin Liquors to thank their customers and this year is no exception. Now celebrating their 85th anniversary, the Twin Liquors team is looking forward to bringing back the fan favorite sale after the pandemic forced a hiatus. The Dollar Sale will take place at all 100+ Twin Liquors locations, and will include for the first time their six Sigel’s locations in Dallas. To locate the store nearest you, visit Twin Liquors – Dallas locations. 

The Dollar Sale
Thursday, March 31 – Saturday, April 2, 2022
10a.m. – 9p.m

Born and raised in downtown Austin, Texas, Twin Liquors began as one small store and has developed into a successful “home-grown” Texas family-owned company. Their unique and well-respected reputation throughout the United States includes having impeccable team members, outstanding customer service, conveniently located stores, extensive selections of fine wines and premium spirits from around the world, and substantial community involvement. Twin Liquors currently operates 100+ neighborhood stores from Austin to San Antonio, the Hill Country to Houston, and the DFW area with their Sigel’s branded stores.


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