Deal DetailsPromoted 11-26-2012 at 02:28 PM View Original Post
Drugstore.com has Oral-B Professional Care 8850 Rechargeable Power Toothbrush on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dmo1988
This toothbrush is virtually the same as the Oral-B 3000 which sells for $79.99 on drugstore.com
The Oral-B 3000 sells for $78.97 on amazon.com
both the Oral-B 8850 and Oral-B 3000 have these same features:
•3D Cleaning Action: 40,000 in-and-out pulsations loosen plaque, 8,800 back and forth oscillations sweep plaque away.
•2 Minute Timer: Signals after 2 minutes to help promote professionally recommended brushing time.
•Pressure Sensor: Helps promote gentle brushing.
•Compact Round Brush Head: Inspired by professionals. Surrounds each tooth for a thorough clean.
•3 Modes: Clean ~ Sensitive ~ Polish
•Brush Head Storage: Hygienic storage of brush heads.
•Full Charge Indicator: Indicates when fully charged.
•Low Charge indicator: Indicates when you need to change your brush.
•Rechargeable: Long lasting charge: Lasts up to two weeks, brushing two times a day for two minutes. No replacement of of battery needed.
If you are more of a Sonicare user, a comparable model is the Sonicare Healthy White. The Healthy White sells onv both amazon.com or drugstore.com for $89.99 links to each below.
For the money the $29.99 Oral-B seems to be the best deal. Read the customer reviews.
(BTW - I am a toothbrush fanatic)
Send in Rebate for $15 (pics.drugstore.com/prodimg/promo/Rebate_Forms/2013_Q1/Crest-HOlidayRebate.pdf)
Total is $35 for 2
5 off 30 http://www.drugstore.com/user/pro...e=48F81B44
shopdiscover 15% cash back
Fatwallet 6% cash back
Found a $15 rebate at the oral-b website
$15 off $50 crest, scope, or oral b products :
credit goes to mister42. copy and paste this link. somehow sd invalidates the link if you click on it.
this rebate does not have exclusions except trial/travel sizes. i don't know if 8550 counts as a trial.
I'd be careful about using any specific coupons. Mrr3b4t3s, 3b4t3s, AND D1sc0v3r all specifically say that any special email or coupon offer will void the cash back rebate. Of course, if you do the 2 separate purchases with $5 back on each brush (and fillers), that would be $10 vs the $5~7.50 from the CB sites, but you'd have some potential hassle to deal with when submitting the rebate. I just tried to link to D1sc0v3r but was denied the $5 off $30, so it looks like either or but not both.