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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has the Oral-B 1000 Crossaction Electric Toothbrush in white or black on sale for $29.94.

Amazon.com also has the Oral-B 1000 Electric Toothbrush in white [amazon.com] or black [amazon.com] for $29.94.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Oral-B...l/14927035

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When I proceeded to checkout, I didn't see the $5 off. My price was $29.94.

I contacted customer support and they gave $5 off.
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still not ringing up at 24.94...amazon has it for 29.94

edit - what a pain - I had to engage their chat support to get the $5...

ugh.
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When I proceeded to checkout, I didn't see the $5 off. My price was $29.94.

I contacted customer support and they gave $5 off.
How strange. Sorry to hear that. The $5 off was applied automatically for me during checkout. I believe I didn't see it until after selecting a payment type.
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I had to order without discount and then via Walmart chat was refunded the $5.
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I had to order without discount and then via Walmart chat was refunded the $5.
It's possible that the $5 coupon isn't supposed to stack with the $29.94 price (since Amazon had the same coupon at the previous $39.94 price, but then removed it when they dropped the price to $29.94). I'm guessing Walmart.com will remove that coupon soon.
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I had to order without discount and then via Walmart chat was refunded the $5.
Note that P&G has a $15 rebate on $50 purchase. So if you buy the toothbrush, you are half way there to the rebate - now you need to buy only $25 of products to get a $15 rebate.
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I used oral b for years, then switched to the basic sonicare which does a better job for me on the teeth.
https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...B00QZ67KL0
Unless oral b has changed.
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Note that P&G has a $15 rebate on $50 purchase. So if you buy the toothbrush, you are half way there to the rebate - now you need to buy only $25 of products to get a $15 rebate.
Care to provide a link?
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I used oral b for years, then switched to the basic sonicare which does a better job for me on the teeth.
https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...B00QZ67KL0
Unless oral b has changed.
Walmart and Amazon has the equivalent Sonicare 4100 for the same price (and same problem with coupon). Sonicare 4100 is the lowest Sonicare model I'd get, as it has the much easier to clean click-on head than the 15 year old screw-on style that collects gunk and mold if not cleaned frequently.
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Walmart and Amazon has the equivalent Sonicare 4100 for the same price (and same problem with coupon). Sonicare 4100 is the lowest Sonicare model I'd get, as it has the much easier to clean click-on head than the 15 year old screw-on style that collects gunk and mold if not cleaned frequently.
That's good to know. Thanks.
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Care to provide a link?

https://apfco.com/Secured/P3612W/.../EntryForm

You can submit it online.
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I used oral b for years, then switched to the basic sonicare which does a better job for me on the teeth.
https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...B00QZ67KL0
Unless oral b has changed.
Sonicare always seems to cost an arm and a leg

Edit : same price, doesn't matter - I have so many oral b brush heads stocked up it would be dumb to switch now
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Recommendations on brush heads?
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Sonicare always seems to cost an arm and a leg

Edit : same price, doesn't matter - I have so many oral b brush heads stocked up it would be dumb to switch now
Lowest models of soniccare are generally pretty cheap at Kohl's with their discount, cash back AND rebate!

I used both but soniccare just didn't work well for me and the innards got so messy. I used to think that all oral-b's are the same but got the oral-b 6000 last year on a good deal and that blew away the oral- b vitality models and thee 1000 - much faster motor and a nice battery indicator was helpful. I have been told that oral-b genius at eBay can be had for a nice price ($50ish) and is similar or better than 6000 but never verified.
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