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2-Pack 4-Oz Sensodyne Pronamel Fresh Breath Toothpaste

$6.80
$11.29
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Amazon has Sensodyne Toothpaste on sale as listed below when you clip the 25% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or $25+ orders.

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  2. Select one from the following options:
  3. Clip the '25% coupon
  4. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option, if it isn't already selected
  5. Select any frequency, then click 'Set Up Now'
  6. Proceed to checkout
  7. Price should be as listed above depending on your selection + free shipping w/ prime or on orders $25+
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships. Coupons are typically one-time use.

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    • Price for the 2-Pack 4-Oz Sensodyne Pronamel Fresh Breath Toothpaste matches this Frontpage Deal from last month that received +103 votes from the community.
    • Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. -qwikwit
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack 4-Oz Sensodyne Pronamel Fresh Breath Toothpaste for $6.78 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
  • $9.68 - 25% Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $6.78

'Clip' the coupon and w/ Subscribe & Save:
About this deal:
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I believe that both Biomin options are SLS-free and Biomin F has flouride whereas Biomin C (or Biomin Restore) is also flouride-free.

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Get Sensodyne repair and protect or Biomin; they repair your teeth.

All toothpaste should have Novamin/Biomin in it IMO. It's expensive, but my teeth have seen visible improvements from using it (such as over-brushing stains going away). Also I don't get cavities, and the stuff is extremely effective for pretty much removing sensitivity for many.

Do your own research, but spending $5/mo on toothpaste is a lot better than dealing with more dental work.
Not the best toothpaste for freshening your breath, but if you have sensitive teeth, it is amazing stuff.
That's what she said

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also

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H88H4Q0 $6.78

('Clip' the coupon and w/ Subscribe & Save)
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Not a good price.
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I got this stuff , it's thin and bad tasting.. get the normal white stuff
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I got this stuff , it's thin and bad tasting.. get the normal white stuff
That's what she said
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Not the best toothpaste for freshening your breath, but if you have sensitive teeth, it is amazing stuff.
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I got this stuff , it's thin and bad tasting.. get the normal white stuff
Which one?
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Not a good price.
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Better price at Costco?
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I got the "fresh wave" flavor last time. I hated the taste. Also, strangely, it makes my tongue tingle.

Can someone comment on the other flavors? TIA.
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This cheaper than Costco?
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Most of these are not Pronamel.
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Get Sensodyne repair and protect or Biomin; they repair your teeth.

All toothpaste should have Novamin/Biomin in it IMO. It's expensive, but my teeth have seen visible improvements from using it (such as over-brushing stains going away). Also I don't get cavities, and the stuff is extremely effective for pretty much removing sensitivity for many.

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It was about $5.35 last year
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I'm not sure if it's cheaper than costco when onsale, but this satisfies my itch to buy stuff in a way that doesn't happen when I buy toothpaste at costco and there is value in these emotions/feelings.
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