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8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges EXPIRED

jsweetksu 191 February 18, 2013 at 02:30 AM in Health & Beauty (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 02-18-2013 at 06:56 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges for $20.54 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks jsweetksu
  1. Click here to clip $3 coupon
  2. Click here to clip $4 coupon
  3. Click 8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges and check out via Subscribe and Save
  4. Total should be $28.99 - 5% Subscribe and Save - $3 coupon - $4 coupon = $20.54 w/ free shipping.
Note, must be logged into account. You may cancel your Subscribe and Save subscription any time after your order ships.

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This seems like a good price on the ProGlide razors for $2.50/a razor. I'm not sure it's supposed to work like this but I was able to clip a $4.00 coupon on the 8 count cartridge page and the $3.00 coupon on the 6 count cartridge page and when I actually purchased the 8 count both coupons were deducted along with Subscribe & Save.

6 count:
http://www.amazon.com/Gillette-Fu...ion+blades

8 count:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...duct_title

Item(s) Subtotal: $28.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Promotion applied: -$1.45
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$3.00
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Total before tax: $20.54
Estimated tax to be collected: $1.78
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Grand Total: $22.32

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#31
Quote from mizzoucat View Post :
Dang, I wonder what the typical usage is out of 1 cartridge? Any other SD'ers what to chime in?
I shave once per week because i don't meet with customers for my job. woot

I probably go through one every three or four months. They still work great even then but i just feel it is probably time to use a new one after so long. Big Grin
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#32
In for an 8-pack Manual for my Power. Thanks!
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#33
Quote from luis702 View Post :
I been using one cartridge for shaving head and beard since

"Instant Order Update for luis . You purchased this item on January 9, 2013."

almost every two days and still shaves really close, I hope 8 power ones last me for ever Smilie
shrunken heads and balding beards don't count. laugh out loud
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#34
Quote from virginva View Post :
For around $1.50 more and FS with ShopRunner (if you have it) you can get the Proglide Power at Drugstore.com for $22.09. Just use the 15% off link from the recent post and be sure the check both coupon boxes.

http://www.drugstore.com/gillette...tid=183778

Subtotal: $ 22.09
ShopRunner shipping: FREE
Estimated Tax: $ 0.00
Total: $ 22.09
Total Savings: $ 11.90


Thanks yours is actually 2 bucks cheaper then Amazon Smilie

Quote from 5stardeals View Post :
shrunken heads and balding beards don't count. laugh out loud


Scratchhead ,,,,,,,,, Facepalm ............... Smack
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#35
Quote from virginva View Post :
For around $1.50 more and FS with ShopRunner (if you have it) you can get the Proglide Power at Drugstore.com for $22.09. Just use the 15% off link from the recent post and be sure the check both coupon boxes.

http://www.drugstore.com/gillette...tid=183778

Subtotal: $ 22.09
ShopRunner shipping: FREE
Estimated Tax: $ 0.00
Total: $ 22.09
Total Savings: $ 11.90
Thanks for the heads up! I cancelled my Amazon order and ordered the power cartridges from drugstore.com for $1.10 less. Not only were they cheaper, but I don't have to wait a month to receive them with the stupid subscribe and save (this service absolutely sucks now).
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#36
I buy the $44 16-pack and gel deal from Costco whenever it comes up (which is valid right now until 2/24). 16 blades last me a year, but I shave every day and have fairly sensitive skin, so I trash them as soon as I can feel them pulling a little. It's also a good reminder for me to change my contact lenses.
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#37
but you can extend the life of your razor by running it up and down your jeans legs (stropping)... however if you have a moisture strip on your razor, well it isn't going to be there.. do you really need it with a good lather though?.. you'll want to do about 10- 20 strokes in each direction after each shave and then also storing it in something that repels moisture such as rubbing alcohol, baby oil, even cooking oil or olive oil... a small glass of baby oil in the corner of your bathroom counter works well.

Stropping.. the method used on straight razors (convex edges) in this case doesn't really sharpen the blade so much, instead it helps remove water and any left over residue on the blade edge which will cause it to start rusting and oxidizing. It will also help straighten any rolled edges and nicks the blades may have.

The simple above methods should extend your razor life by a week (or more).. which extends your wallet a bit more.. if you can double your shaves out of a razor blade then you've doubled your money... if you can't get these methods to work, then you've lost nothing but a bit of time and you can use the baby oil on your girlfriend/wife for the next game of naked twister.
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#38
Damn..Now I can see why more and more people are going old-school and switching to double-edged razors, lol.
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#39
i bought pack of 4 on ebay for $10.50 buy it now, this is an ok deal, nothing big
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#40
This a good deal but if you don't mind using the Mach 3 still, the $4 coupon works for Mach 3 razors too, I was able to get S&S 15 cartridge for $20.20 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...duct_title
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#41
Quote from mizzoucat View Post :
Dang, I wonder what the typical usage is out of 1 cartridge? Any other SD'ers what to chime in?
I can get over a month out of one easily, but I shave every other day.

The trick is to DRY the blades after every use. Leaving them wet is what will get the blades dull the fastest. Take a towel and run the blades forward (opposite of shaving) on it to dry it off.

Also, do yourself a favor and get a decent shaving cream (Art of Shaving, Proraso, Trufitt & Hill) and a cheap shaving brush. It'll make a world of difference.

Grabbed the 8-pack from Drugstore for $19.54. Not sure why people are buying on Amazon for more.
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#42
pretty decent deal.
in for one.
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#43
It's less at drugstore.com plus you can combine with 10% CB from discover making the grand total $19.12 + tax
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#44
FYI, $10 reward bucks at CVS and a $4 coupon in the coupon section of the weekly circulars should prove to be a good deal. Haven't stopped by yet, but will be later today.

8pk of ProGlide Power Cartridges are $33.99. [cvs.com] $10 in reward bucks and the $4 coupon bring it to $20 for 8 PGP Cartridges.
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#45
Double edge shaving is the only way to go, IMO.

Grab this Merkur Classic Razor off Amazon: http://amzn.com/B002A8JO48

And a pack of 100 blades: http://amzn.com/B001QY8QXM

For $50, you get enough razors to last you a couple of years, a MUCH better shave, and bragging rights to your friends that you shave the old fashioned way!

Shaving is a lost art that has become a rushed part of our morning routine instead of a time to pamper yourself.

I recently made the switch to DE wet shaving and will never go back! Shaving has actually become fun for me. I really enjoy building my own lather using the bowl and badger hair brush.

If anything, atleast get yourself a $20-$30 badger brush and start using that to apply your lather. It will raise the hairs on your face up and give you a better shave.
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