Dentist recommended and approved by me.. haha.
A usual check-up rolled around this past week and unlike other appointments, the assistant was eager to share quite a deal on rechargeable toothbrushes. Anyone who owns an electric toothbrush knows how annoying it can be to constantly replace batteries and yet the thought of shelling out on those expensive rechargeable ones doesn’t seem like such an enticing alternative.
Zehrs currently has Braun Oral-B Vitality rechargeable toothbrushes on sale for only $19.99 - regularly $29.99! Backed by a trusted brand, as the assistant remarked, “It’s Oral-B, you can’t go wrong”.
These toothbrushes are not advertised in any flyers but were spotted in-stores on sale along the shelves. My local Zehrs listed the sale’s end date as today, August 31st, but you may want to check your local Zehrs store to confirm in case sale prices and dates vary. Advertised were two different varieties: Dual Clean (as pictured above and my teeth’s new best friend, lol) and Precision Clean, but again, varieties may vary by location as well.
Considering most rechargeable toothbrushes range from $60 and upwards, at $19.99 it’s a definite deal…
…but $15.49 is a steal! For those of you who have acquired the newly released Zehrs coupon booklet, you can save an additional $4.50! As pictured above, the coupon can be found inside a booklet containing $31.50 worth of coupons; one of which being $4.50 off any Oral-B Vitality Toothbrush (Precision Clean, Sonic, Dual Clean or Pro-White) or Oral-B Premium Refills (Floss Action, Dual Action, Pro-White, Pulsonic or Sonic Complete). Look in-store at your local Zehrs for your copy and if you can’t find one, be sure to ask at customer service as they tend to hide high-value booklets behind the counter and only distribute upon request.
The coupon will remain valid until October 31st, 2009.
08.31.09 UPDATE: I’m just browsing the Rexall Pharma Plus flyer here and Oral-B’s Vitality Toothbrush and Refills are on sale there as well. Advertised in the flyer on page 12 for $19.99 (with savings up to $8) until September 4th, 2009, you can still snag the steal at $15.49 if you combine the $4.50 manufacturer coupon from the booklet with Pharma Plus’ sale.