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[Costco] Costco: 16 Gillette Fusion Razors +3 free can of Fusion Shaving Gel

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[Costco] Costco: 16 Gillette Fusion Razors +3 free can of Fusion Shaving Gel

Costco already has the best value for Gillette Fusion Razors blades, $49.99 for a 16 pack. With an in-store coupon you get 3 free cans of the Gilette Fusion Hydra Shaving Gel (5$-6$ per can at the pharmacy). As the Stanley Cup finals ends Friday we can all start shaving again ;)
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This and other deals are posted in the Costco coupon deals thread: East and West
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I've been searching for deals for the Power version of the fusion blades which I've bought from Costco before but can't seem to find them anymore; not sure if they're just stocking the regular ones now.

London Drugs has them on sale till the end of the month, 8-pack Power Fusion blades for $26.99. They're regular $35-$40 depending on the store. Wal-Mart has them for $35, so $26.99 seems like a deal but certainly wouldn't categorize it as hot.
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That deal was on over a month ago....still overpriced for a razor. Four blades is enough for me.
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Rob76 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2009 1:32 am
I've been searching for deals for the Power version of the fusion blades which I've bought from Costco before but can't seem to find them anymore; not sure if they're just stocking the regular ones now.

London Drugs has them on sale till the end of the month, 8-pack Power Fusion blades for $26.99. They're regular $35-$40 depending on the store. Wal-Mart has them for $35, so $26.99 seems like a deal but certainly wouldn't categorize it as hot.
I thought it's the same blade they both use. If you've bought them before though, I could be wrong.
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why would you not be shaving for the playoffs?

thought that was a player thing..
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Rob76 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2009 1:32 am
I've been searching for deals for the Power version of the fusion blades which I've bought from Costco before but can't seem to find them anymore; not sure if they're just stocking the regular ones now.
I bought the non-power Fusion Blades at Costco last time they had this sale and the blades work great in my Power Fusion Razor - they slip right in. The only difference is the color.
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i dont think there is a difference between the orange and blue blades...i bought a ton off ebay a long time ago for pretty cheap....
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Jun 12th, 2009 2:47 am
i dont think there is a difference between the orange and blue blades...i bought a ton off ebay a long time ago for pretty cheap....
Me too! I just got my 2x16 pack yesterday ... paid $69 with shipping.
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boyoflondon wrote:
Jun 12th, 2009 4:25 am
Me too! I just got my 2x16 pack yesterday ... paid $69 with shipping.
Hey - if you like them please pm me with the name of the seller. The last batch I bought on ebay were garbage. I can use them on my head but no can do on the face - not even with a "brand-new", previously unused blade. Thx.
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Thankfully I'm still stocked up thanks to the $10 off coupons from EB!
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Not sure why people are ragging on this deal. The price is very good for that type of blade plus you get 3 free cans of shaving gel. Sounds good to me, not everybody wants to by blades over EBAY.
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BigHands wrote:
Jun 12th, 2009 2:13 am
I bought the non-power Fusion Blades at Costco last time they had this sale and the blades work great in my Power Fusion Razor - they slip right in. The only difference is the color.
I can also confirm this... I read somewhere that the only physical difference is that the power blades come with a very very thin teflon coating.
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Busiu wrote:
Jun 12th, 2009 3:59 pm
I can also confirm this... I read somewhere that the only physical difference is that the power blades come with a very very thin teflon coating.
The prices are different. I usually buy the non power blades but I have occasionally had some power blades thrown in that came with free samples and what not. I've found that they last significantly longer than the normal blades but that might just have been a coincidence as I've only tried them twice.
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