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Amazon.com has 33.8oz Crest Scope Outlast Mouthwash (Peppermint) for $2.74 when you 'clip' the $1 off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks captainguy

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So they can make more profit?
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What's the point of these mouthwashes? They aren't providing fluoride (anti-cavity rinses) and also not fighting gingivitis/germs (antibacterial rinses). Seems like it's just a breath freshener and that's a bit pointless for oral health.
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This stuff good for ur teeth?
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I'd like to know as well. I've been using it but some say that it doesn't have an ingredient to help fight plaque. So I want to know what to look for
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Checked the coupon but does not take. Cancelled order...
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Checked the coupon but does not take. Cancelled order...
Same here, tried a few times

Just tried again , it worked.
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Worked fine for me. Coupon is applied at check out, not cart.
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Worked for me, plus got a $1 credit on digital items with the slow shipping.
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Buy Crest Pro-Health instead. It's more expensive for a reason.
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Buy Crest Pro-Health instead. It's more expensive for a reason.
So they can make more profit?
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What's the point of these mouthwashes? They aren't providing fluoride (anti-cavity rinses) and also not fighting gingivitis/germs (antibacterial rinses). Seems like it's just a breath freshener and that's a bit pointless for oral health.
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So they can make more profit?
Of course. Because Budweiser, Miller and other pissmakers don't turn any profit.
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What's the point of these mouthwashes? They aren't providing fluoride (anti-cavity rinses) and also not fighting gingivitis/germs (antibacterial rinses). Seems like it's just a breath freshener and that's a bit pointless for oral health.
"Keeps breath feeling fresh up to 5x longer vs. brushing alone
Speak confidently with the #1 fresh breath brand among non-drug mouthwashes****P&G Calculation based on Nielsen US reported sales for year ending w/o 1/10/2015
Crest clean meets Scope freshness
Kills 99% of bad breath germs* *in lab tests
Made in the USA with U.S. and imported ingredients"
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It's a great price and it has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon. However, it might be better to go to Walmart to purchase it if one is nearby since some of them have Crest Scope for $3.37.
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The best device I have used for better breath is actually a tongue scraper. With that and brushing I find I don't get bad breath very often.
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