This is a demo store. Any orders placed through this store will not be honored or fulfilled.

Delivery
Everything in-store and many specialty items available upon request!
Grocery
We carry a wide range of consumables and an expanding selection of refrigerated and frozen goods.
Flower House
With a long history of serving our community, the Flower House offers exceptional service at an unbeatable price!
Save Time & Money
At the Bottom Dollar we aim to provide a local, friendly, speedier shopping experience that big-box stores can't match.
Community Oriented
Unlike other stores who answer to stockholders and corporations, we answer only to our customers. We are proud to be a part of Bearden. We support local organizations and other local businesses in every way we can; from buying locally grown produce, to sponsoring local sports, to hosting local radio programming. When you shop with us, you're shopping with Bearden.

The Bottom Dollar Mercantile is a small family-owned and operated general store in Bearden, Arkansas.

When we opened our doors in 2011, there was no local general store in town. One of our primary goals was and is to provide our local community with a viable shopping option, allowing them to not have to leave town for basic necessities.

We do our very best to provide our customers, who are our friends and neighbors, with as varied a selection as we can fit between the walls of our store at prices that are highly competitive.

Our service, the extent to which we go for our customers, cannot be beat; because to offer truly good service requires that a business be invested in the lives of its customers, not just their wallets. 

We sincerely thank you, our customers, for your continued support and encouragement. Your business allows us to maintain and expand our offerings, pay our employees better than our competitors, and offer new services such as this website, which we hope will allow the elderly, disabled, and time-strapped in our community to get what they need at a good price without ever leaving home. That, not a slow bleeding of our community for the betterment of Wall Street, is what progress looks like.