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Oral-B Genius 8000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun $90 in-store

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[Walmart] Oral-B Genius 8000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun $90 in-store

CRAZY PRICE for Oral-B Genius 8000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun. Just bought 2 from local Walmart for $90 each.

Although StockTrack says $30-$90 but didn't find $30 anywhere. Check your local stores on

Stock Track: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=6905512594

Online price on Walmart $279.96:
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/6000196364558

$230 - $25 coupon on Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/8000-Electronic-T ... 183&sr=8-4

Cheers!
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SammyDavis wrote: Duplicate thread
I searched in RFD but didn't find on top when clicked on Walmart.ca related posts, probably not on the first page of Walmart related deals. I find it a good deal!

Check links below:
hot-deals-f9/?dealer_id=450
hot-deals-f9/2/?dealer_id=450
hot-deals-f9/3/?dealer_id=450

Probably moved to Expired Deals?

Anyways, good for whoever missed!
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Hsharpreet wrote: I searched in RFD but didn't find on top when clicked on Walmart.ca related posts, probably not on the first page of Walmart related deals. I find it a good deal!
Sorry, they expired the threads. It was mentioned in a few threads in July. I grabbed one in July. Great deal.
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SammyDavis wrote: Sorry, they expired the threads. It was mentioned in a few threads in July. I grabbed one in July. Great deal.
Got you. Nvm, good for whoever missed (like me, bought 2 today).
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I bought two a few weeks ago, they were in the toothbrush locked canbinet with regular price tags. I went to another store that was supposed to have them but they were not in the toothbrush section and the service desk was of no help. Later learned from another buyer that they had moved these into the locked cabinets in the electronics section of all things. I actually thought about checking there but it was at the other end of the store. Must be very YMMV and store specific but if stock track says they should have some and you are walking the store anyway check it out.
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I've never used Stock Track before, what does it mean if the status shows 'OutOfStock' but stock shows 1 or 2? Which one is typically correct?
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Does this one has better motors? I have tried their entry level products and 5000 series, don't think there is any difference in terms of motors. And they all sounds/feels like electric drills. So I switched to Philips.
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Its sold out in all stores near me but I was able to get London Drugs price match it for me like 3 weeks ago!
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p2r2tdealslover wrote: Its sold out in all stores near me but I was able to get London Drugs price match it for me like 3 weeks ago!
How!?
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DrDoomsday wrote: How!?
You need to use stocktrack to find a store near you that has 1 or 2 quantity left and doesn't show out of stock on stocktrack (usually when the quantity is so less, it's actually out of stock in the store but their system isn't updated properly). But the good thing about this is that you can use the Walmart mobile app and it will show the lowered price (and it won't even list it as a clearnace price so it's easier to price match) and that the item is in stock. So, I showed that app to the London drugs manager and he price matched it for me.
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p2r2tdealslover wrote: You need to use stocktrack to find a store near you that has 1 or 2 quantity left and doesn't show out of stock on stocktrack (usually when the quantity is so less, it's actually out of stock in the store but their system isn't updated properly). But the good thing about this is that you can use the Walmart mobile app and it will show the lowered price (and it won't even list it as a clearnace price so it's easier to price match) and that the item is in stock. So, I showed that app to the London drugs manager and he price matched it for me.
Thanks! I tried the exact same thing at BestBuy maybe 2 months ago and they didn't do it. They said it has to be on the website.
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DrDoomsday wrote: Thanks! I tried the exact same thing at BestBuy maybe 2 months ago and they didn't do it. They said it has to be on the website.
Yeah honestly I find bestbuy to be the worst when it comes to price matching. Never had a good experience there as they always make me feel like they are doing me a huge favour by following their own written and advertised price match policy. That's why I avoid giving my business to bestbuy whenever possible. On the other hand, London drugs has been amazing for me. Obviously it depends on staff/manager you encounter but I have had much better experience at LD :)
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p2r2tdealslover wrote: Yeah honestly I find bestbuy to be the worst when it comes to price matching. Never had a good experience there as they always make me feel like they are doing me a huge favour by following their own written and advertised price match policy. That's why I avoid giving my business to bestbuy whenever possible. On the other hand, London drugs has been amazing for me. Obviously it depends on staff/manager you encounter but I have had much better experience at LD :)
Bestbuy is the scum of the earth along with Gibby's, 2001AudioVideo, Staples, Visions, and lowe's for price matching.

Price matching kings are homedepot, London drugs, Electronics4less, Goeman's, and even walmart.
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Please correct me if i am wrong, but this seems a bit much for an electric toothbrush. My hygienist recommended a $30 version that has all the essential listed for this model # (and also from Oral-b) and it works great. This 8000 version, reading its specs, i don't understand the value of such unnecessary things like its ability to use a smartphone app ("it's the in thing, ya know!") nor the 12-color LED flashing lights. Dude, i'm brushing my teeth, not having a dance off. It has several features that are clearly superfluous so as to justify its excessive pricing. One should be brushing their teeth effectively and efficiently, not marveling at their latest Veblen good.
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Hsharpreet wrote: Got you. Nvm, good for whoever missed (like me, bought 2 today).
Was the box sealed in anyway?
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When you are using the Walmart app, is the in-store price showing up for you? I swear it used to, but I can't seem to find it now... Even when I click on a store that shows in stock, it's showing the full 2XX price.
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brand404 wrote: Please correct me if i am wrong, but this seems a bit much for an electric toothbrush. My hygienist recommended a $30 version that has all the essential listed for this model # (and also from Oral-b) and it works great. This 8000 version, reading its specs, i don't understand the value of such unnecessary things like its ability to use a smartphone app ("it's the in thing, ya know!") nor the 12-color LED flashing lights. Dude, i'm brushing my teeth, not having a dance off. It has several features that are clearly superfluous so as to justify its excessive pricing. One should be brushing their teeth effectively and efficiently, not marveling at their latest Veblen good.
Got a link/model? I'd be interested. Thanks!
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Anybody have any luck finding this in their stores. I visited the walmarts in my area, they show stock online but when I go in-store nothing.

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