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Costco Members: 6-Ct Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Replacement Toothbrush Heads

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 6-Count Philips Sonicare DiamondClean w/ BrushSync Replacement Toothbrush Heads (White or Black) for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 2-Pack Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush (1 Pink + Choice of Gold, Purple or White) on sale for $149.99. Shipping is free.

Includes:
  • 2x Sonicare Handles - One White / One Color of Choice
  • 2x Charging Glasses
  • 2x USB Travel Charging Cases
  • 2x Premium Plaque Control Brush Heads
  • 2x DiamondClean Brush Heads

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Toothbrush deal - **STARTS 11/26**
Brush Head deals - **ALREADY LIVE**

For those interested, there are a few different Black Friday deals available for Philips Sonicare Replacement Brush Heads.

CostcoAlternatively, Walmart has several varieties of Philips Sonicare Replacement Brush Heads on sale listed below. (This matches the most recent +138 FP Deal.) Free Shipping on $35+ / Free Store Pickup / On sale in-storeAlternatively, Best Buy has dropped their price on the following only. Free Store Pickup / Free Shipping with Sign up & save
More brush heads on sale at Philips HERE [philips.com]
2-pack (Sonicare DiamondClean, Premium White, Premium Gum Care, or Premium Plaque Control) $15 NLA
3-pack (Sonicare Standard toothbrush variety pack HX9073/65) $20 NLA
Note: May be able to get an extra 15% off with code SAVENOW or get an extra 25% with code BLUECROSS25 (YMMV) at Philips website.


Update: Kohl's has now dropped their price on a few items HERE [kohls.com]
2-pack (Sonicare DiamondClean, Premium White, or Premium Plaque Control) $15 NLA
Note: Get an extra 15% off sale price with code THANKS at Kohl's website.


Update: Amazon has 3-pack DiamondClean Heads [amazon.com] in white or black for $19.50 NLA
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Last Edited by sbl03 November 26, 2020 at 01:30 AM
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Philips also has some deals on the brush heads (and some of their other products). Shipping is free. BLUECROSS25 for 25% off.

https://www.usa.philips.com/c-e/shop/blackfriday

There's a 3-pack with the C3, G3, W3 heads for $20.
The 2-pack for the black DiamondClean is $14.95.














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Why is this FP?

My local Costco (in California) has these for $45 everyday, and $35 every few months.

Am I missing something here?
I think sonicare is the gold standard because it's motion/tech is most effective for removing plaque and disrupting bacterial colonies.

You don't need to buy the top of the line model, I think any handle model 4100 or higher is fine— make sure to get the ones that are snap on replacement heads, those are easiest to keep clean. Should be able to find a deal for $30 ish.
Philips Sonicare W DiamondClean
Standard sonic toothbrush heads on sale for $14.95 - 25% w/ coupon code BLUECROSS25 = $11.21 + FS

Comes out to $5.61 a head. $1.06 cheaper than the recent 6 pk deals.

Only black available currently but white may restock.

https://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/H...rush-heads

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nicee. Thanks!
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I'm thinking of switching from manual to electric toothbrush. Which is the best electric toothbrush that's bang for the buck? I see those that are super expensive that have those apps that guide you through the brushing process. Although that seems like a neat feature, I don't think I will use it in the long run. Any suggestions?
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Do you know what time does the deal start on 26th ?
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I'm thinking of switching from manual to electric toothbrush. Which is the best electric toothbrush that's bang for the buck? I see those that are super expensive that have those apps that guide you through the brushing process. Although that seems like a neat feature, I don't think I will use it in the long run. Any suggestions?
I think sonicare is the gold standard because it's motion/tech is most effective for removing plaque and disrupting bacterial colonies.

You don't need to buy the top of the line model, I think any handle model 4100 or higher is fine— make sure to get the ones that are snap on replacement heads, those are easiest to keep clean. Should be able to find a deal for $30 ish.
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I'm thinking of switching from manual to electric toothbrush. Which is the best electric toothbrush that's bang for the buck? I see those that are super expensive that have those apps that guide you through the brushing process. Although that seems like a neat feature, I don't think I will use it in the long run. Any suggestions?
My dentist has always recommended Sonicare electric toothbrushes. If you want to just try it, just get the cheaper basic one I think it's essential model. It does definitely make you feel cleaner. Not sure what difference the more expensive models give you, maybe more revolutions or brush strokes per minute, and the app stuff.
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It has been difficult to get these for $5 or less per head recently.
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How long is the Costco price good for?
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two for 150 without rebate is hot!
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Man I just purchased the Oral B IO 7C Last night for $199. Gonna order this when it's live and return the Oral B
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Philips also has some deals on the brush heads (and some of their other products). Shipping is free.

https://www.usa.philips.com/c-e/shop/blackfriday

There's a 3-pack with the C3, G3, W3 heads for $20.
The 2-pack for the black DiamondClean is $14.95.
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I'm thinking of switching from manual to electric toothbrush. Which is the best electric toothbrush that's bang for the buck? I see those that are super expensive that have those apps that guide you through the brushing process. Although that seems like a neat feature, I don't think I will use it in the long run. Any suggestions?
I have both there cheap $20 handle of the sonicare, The $100 version of the sonicare, and a oral-b. Hands down the sonicare is the best
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I have both there cheap $20 handle of the sonicare, The $100 version of the sonicare, and a oral-b. Hands down the sonicare is the best
I had the opposite experience. I used to use sonicare everyday but when the dentist gave me free oral B one I gave that a try. After that day, I never looked back at my sonicare. The vibration on sonicare is good but rotating the brush is so much more powerful and feels a lot cleaner.
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