Does Dollar General Make Keys? [All You Need To Know] 

Dollar General is a family-favorite chain retailer best known for selling groceries, home care products, health and beauty supplies. But does Dollar General make keys?

I’ve looked into whether they can make you a new set of keys; here’s all you need to know!

Does Dollar General Make Keys?

Yes, some select Dollar General stores have the ability to make keys done via the in-store KeyMe Kiosks. The price for duplicating a standard home and office key starts from $3, and $19.99 for a car key. To see if your Dollar General offers this key-making service, you can use the KeyMe Kiosk locator.

To learn more about pricing, locations, types of keys, and alternative places to get your keys cut, keep on reading!

Using The KeyMe Kiosk At Dollar General

Although Dollar General itself does not make keys, they provide KeyMe Kiosks in selected locations, including California, Florida, and a hand full of other locations.

If your Dollar General has a KeyMe Kiosk, you can create duplicates of home and office keys, which costs around $3, and metal vehicle keys starting at $19.99.

Additionally, select KeyMe Kiosks can duplicate car keys with fobs, but not with RFID or transponder chips.

As for the wait time, standard keys for home and office use can be produced in minutes, while more advanced keys can take up to three days to deliver.

Where Else Can I Get Keys Duplicated?

Keys can be made at numerous home improvement and grocery stores across America, such as: 

  • Home Depot 
  • Lowes 
  • Rite Aid 
  • Walmart 
  • Kroger

Also, if you are moving out of a rental property, you may also want to clean your house/apartment, which can be done by renting a carpet cleaner from Dollar General.

Additionally, you can also send money transfers at Dollar General, which comes in handy for paying rent and bonds.


Yes, keys can be made at a select range of Dollar General stores using the KeyMe Kiosk. The Kiosk can duplicate home, auto, and technical keys made in minutes or for order.

Price varies depending on the type. Alternative grocery and home improvement stores, including Walmart, Home Depot, and Kroger, can make keys.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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