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[Safeway] HOT! Buy two Crest toothpastes for $0 at Safeway after coupon

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[Safeway] HOT! Buy two Crest toothpastes for $0 at Safeway after coupon

Hot! Safeway is selling Crest toothpaste for $1 each.

https://www.flipp.com/flyer/1425825-saf ... ekly-flyer

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There is online coupon available save $2.00 when you buy any two Crest products, that leads to the final price is $0 ( You may be required to pay tax ).

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Good deal, but this month I've switched from Crest to Sensodyne, and I regret not doing it years earlier. I would happily spend $3 every few months for far less sensitivity issues with my teeth. Took about 3 days to notice a difference.
I kept buying Crest stuff on sale, and now have like 3 giant tubes I'll never use. Ha, I'll give to my nephews for Christmas.
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LOL how is free not a good deal. I wonder if theres a limit of 2 per customer or 1 coupon per order.
Im part of holiday hampers program at work and we support 10 or so families. Guess they are all getting 20 toothpastes each
Timbo420 wrote:
Nov 30th, 2017 11:11 pm
Good deal, but this month I've switched from Crest to Sensodyne, and I regret not doing it years earlier. I would happily spend $3 every few months for far less sensitivity issues with my teeth. Took about 3 days to notice a difference.
I kept buying Crest stuff on sale, and now have like 3 giant tubes I'll never use. Ha, I'll give to my nephews for Christmas.
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zerallamvuut wrote:
Dec 1st, 2017 2:28 am
LOL how is free not a good deal. I wonder if theres a limit of 2 per customer or 1 coupon per order.
Im part of holiday hampers program at work and we support 10 or so families. Guess they are all getting 20 toothpastes each
Timbo420 literally started off his post by saying "Good deal"
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Timbo420 wrote:
Nov 30th, 2017 11:11 pm
Good deal, but this month I've switched from Crest to Sensodyne, and I regret not doineg it years earlier. I would happily spend $3 every few months for far less sensitivity issues with my teeth. Took about 3 days to notice a difference.
I kept buying Crest stuff on sale, and now have like 3 giant tubes I'll never use. Ha, I'll give to my nephews for Christmas.
Did you read the warning on the package not to use it longer than 4 weeks?
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Timbo420 wrote:
Nov 30th, 2017 11:11 pm
Good deal, but this month I've switched from Crest to Sensodyne, and I regret not doing it years earlier. I would happily spend $3 every few months for far less sensitivity issues with my teeth. Took about 3 days to notice a difference.
I kept buying Crest stuff on sale, and now have like 3 giant tubes I'll never use. Ha, I'll give to my nephews for Christmas.
Does toothbrush also matter? I'd think harsher bristles would cause more harm than the tooth paste itself.
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vkrasov wrote:
Dec 1st, 2017 10:16 am
Did you read the warning on the package not to use it longer than 4 weeks?
My guess is he means the regular daily Sensodyne, not the ones with special ingredients. to my knowledge, those are more than $3, even on sale.
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vkrasov wrote:
Dec 1st, 2017 10:16 am
Did you read the warning on the package not to use it longer than 4 weeks?
No, I did not. I'll be sure to check the box when I get home, hopefully I still have it or its on the tube. Do they have that in fine print in the commercials? I don't recall any indications from the commercials you can't use it for daily use.

A quick google search, I believe I bought the Daily Care stuff, and I've not come across anything other than don't use more than twice per day.

What brand/variant are you thinking of that would have a 4 week limit?
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reyoasian wrote:
Dec 1st, 2017 10:17 am
Does toothbrush also matter? I'd think harsher bristles would cause more harm than the tooth paste itself.
Nah, the bristles have more of an effect on the gums than the teeth. Toothpaste is literally crushed up rocks.
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Is this still available? The link has a "clean up on aisle 404" (lol) error
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Thanks OP!
The link didn't work, but I tracked it down by searching "Colgate" on the flipp website and printing the coupon out through couponsource or something like that.
Cheers!
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manubear wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 3:43 am
Is this still available? The link has a "clean up on aisle 404" (lol) error
The link might be province specific. If it didn't work, simply go to flipp.com, than search "Colgate or Crest", you won't miss it.
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Fluoride is toxic guys, why use this stuff?
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Skillshot wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 10:59 am
Fluoride is toxic guys, why use this stuff?
The aluminum foil hat ready?

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