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3-Pack 4.1oz Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack 4.1oz Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste on sale for $9.22 when you 'clip' the $5 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  1. Visit the product page for 3-Pack 4.1oz Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste
  2. Clip the $5 off coupon on the product page.
  3. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option if it isn't already selected
  4. Select any delivery frequency and click on 'Set Up Now'
  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. The price should be $9.22
Key Features:
  • Neutralizes plaque bacteria, even around the gum line to fight gingivitis
  • Activated foam seeks out plaque bacteria in hard to reach places
  • Gently cools gums during and after brushing

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Lowest price with 15% off S&S discount (5 items) is $10.35. This is for the 4.1oz, not to be confused with the pricing of the .85 oz

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Your link is for the two pack but the three pack option is on that page just so you know Smilie
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Quote from kevink3237 :
Your link is for the two pack but the three pack option is on that page just so you know https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Fixed.

Thank you kind sir.
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Quote from slicknod :
Lowest price with 15% off S&S discount (5 items) is $10.35. This is for the 4.1oz, not to be confused with the pricing of the .85 oz

Hi slicknod, thanks for the deal! It looks like the price with 15% S&S discount may have dropped to $9.02, if you'd like to edit your original post. And if you'd like to, it might also be helpful to users to list the price with 5% S&S discount ($10.67) for those who don't have 15%. Smilie
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$7.72 with coupon and 15% S&S
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The "advanced" version is on clearance at my Costco. $9.97 for 3 pack, 5.2oz each tube.
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Quote from floofy0tter :
The "advanced" version is on clearance at my Costco. $9.97 for 3 pack, 5.2oz each tube.
What's the difference?
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Don't forget that this toothpaste contains Stannous Fluoride 0.454%. it might stain your teeth but it's easy to whiten them with another toothpaste or during a regular dental cleaning appointment. I'd brush with it in the morning and then use a whitening toothpaste at night or vice versa. The most important thing is to get in between the teeth and crevices to avoid staining as you use the whitening toothpaste.
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Quote from OzzY :
Don't forget that this toothpaste contains Stannous Fluoride 0.454%. it might stain your teeth but it's easy to whiten them with another toothpaste or during a regular dental cleaning appointment. I'd brush with it in the morning and then use a whitening toothpaste at night or vice versa. The most important thing is to get in between the teeth and crevices to avoid staining as you use the whitening toothpaste.
That sounds like a lot go work
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What's the difference?
Advanced provides sensitivity relief. The taste is a little different too.
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So there was a similar thread before and people said Costco had better deal. I this still the case ?
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The crest pro health is usually cheaper for the "same" ingredients/benefits. The pro health also has a advanced version that's a little more expensive bc it's got some extra whitening ingredients (activ crystals =hexa.... Something I believe) to help cancel out the possibility of staining from the stanous fluoride. Link for some info https://crest.com/en-us/oral-heal...eel-gritty

Personally I get the pro health regular version and use it AM/PM and use a different regular whitening toothpaste after lunch to offset the stanous fluoride possibly staining.
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I bought this from Costco not a hugest fan, it is kind of gross
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