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33.8oz Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection Mouthwash (Clean Mint) EXPIRED

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Walgreens has 33.8oz Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection Mouthwash (Clean Mint) for $4.99 - $1 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page - $1 when you apply promo code SAVE20PG = $2.99. Select free ship to store to save on shipping, otherwise free shipping on orders $35+. Thanks The_Deal_R

Also available, Walgreens has 33.8oz Crest Plus Scope Classic Mouthwash (Mint) for $3.99 - $1 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page - $0.80 when you apply promo code SAVE20PG = $2.83 > now $2.19. Select free ship to store to save on shipping, otherwise free shipping on orders $35+.

Note, you also must be logged into your Walgreens account to clip coupon. Availability for free ship to store may vary depending on location.
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Walgreens has Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection Mouthwash Refreshing Clean Mint [walgreens.com] for $4.99 on sale (down from $5.79). They also have a clip coupon for $1. You can apply SAVE20PG for an extra 20% off (another $1 off). In the end, you get $2 off by combining both deals. Choose store pickup to avoid shipping.

Alternatively, you can also get Crest Plus Scope Classic Mouthwash Original Formula Mint33.8 oz [walgreens.com] for a little bit cheaper too.
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Walgreens has to look at how they do ecommerce. My store had 8 available for pickup but not at this price so I had to do ship to store same as the Tide deal. Walgreens then uses fedex to ship it to store at their expense. I know they may have issues with integrating in store and online inventory but there has to be a better way.
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this is an outdated product/technology - you're paying for a small bit of product and a lot of water that has to be delivered from across the country to your local store. If you are considering buying this, you should also consider purchasing mouthwash tablets so you can make your own at home.
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this is an outdated product/technology - you're paying for a small bit of product and a lot of water that has to be delivered from across the country to your local store. If you are considering buying this, you should also consider purchasing mouthwash tablets so you can make your own at home.
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You wrote "Choose store pickup to avoid shipping."

Walgreens does not offer immediate store pickup anymore, only ship to store, for certain items. Pass.

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Is there a "Limit"?
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this is an outdated product/technology - you're paying for a small bit of product and a lot of water that has to be delivered from across the country to your local store. If you are considering buying this, you should also consider purchasing mouthwash tablets so you can make your own at home.
Care to elaborate? I've used this stuff for years with no issues? What's my alternative? Mixing tablets with water?
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this is an outdated product/technology - you're paying for a small bit of product and a lot of water that has to be delivered from across the country to your local store. If you are considering buying this, you should also consider purchasing mouthwash tablets so you can make your own at home.
This reminds me of the people who say to make your own soap/laundry detergent. It turns out yes you can make your own but it is a serious pain in the butt to do it yourself and then when you actually do the math on it, it works out to like saving a dollar. Not worth it.
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Parabens in a mouthwash... terrible
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When buying nine of them - with tax and free shipping it comes out to $4.37 each.
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Would my co-worker appreciate me buying this for him, and sit it on his desk? go ahead thumbs me down...... :*(
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Walgreens has to look at how they do ecommerce. My store had 8 available for pickup but not at this price so I had to do ship to store same as the Tide deal. Walgreens then uses fedex to ship it to store at their expense. I know they may have issues with integrating in store and online inventory but there has to be a better way.
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this is an outdated product/technology - you're paying for a small bit of product and a lot of water that has to be delivered from across the country to your local store. If you are considering buying this, you should also consider purchasing mouthwash tablets so you can make your own at home.
....and crystals for deodorant right? cool!
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This reminds me of the people who say to make your own soap/laundry detergent. It turns out yes you can make your own but it is a serious pain in the butt to do it yourself and then when you actually do the math on it, it works out to like saving a dollar. Not worth it.
Your analogy sucks. A better one is making crystal light, kool-aid, or gatorade from powder. Save money and be green. What's wrong with that?
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