79.99 minus $20 (cash register noises) does not equal $19.95 unless I forgot to carry a one or something. Also, link is not working, so i cant tell if it is more than one rebate or not.
I rescind, More info here, I got the link to work, toothbrush is on sale for $39.95 and then you get the $20 (Cash register noises of the pink floyd album) that equals $19.95.
Another update, Amazon has this "out of stock" but still the same price and the way the WalMart's website I might just wait for it from them. The same link above is the one I used, but it took 5 minutes, everyone must be buying this toothbrush this morning.
IMO the basic sonicare battery toothbrush is much better. Does a better job cleaning. You really need to try it to see if you will like it.
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posted: Feb. 16, 2013 @ 11:37a
its a matter of personal preference. both will clean better than a manual toothbrush.
one other consideration: the Sonicare replacement heads cost much more than Oral-B heads because they're bigger and include electrodes (which is sort of nice sometimes because when the head is off, the brush cannot be turned on accidentally whereas Oral-B can).
posted: Feb. 16, 2013 @ 3:11p
Oos online now at wally world too, but can order as above member said from Amazon and they will charge you when it ships free super saver shipping too.
posted: Feb. 16, 2013 @ 4:24p
On clearance at Phillipsburg NJ WalMart for $30. Makes it $10 after rebate.
posted: Feb. 16, 2013 @ 5:18p
This toothbrush has A sensor that alerts you if you are brushing too hard. This could save you some surgery later on.
would buying from Amazon void the rebate? Just reading the rebate terms and "retail outlet" and "original dated receipt" seems to not apply to Amazon. Plus Amazon does not list the rebate on it's site. Just wondering.
posted: Feb. 18, 2013 @ 3:46p
Can anyone please tell me if this toothbrush is good for kids? And limit 2 rebates per household, right? Thanks
posted: Feb. 18, 2013 @ 8:35p
Purchased from Amazon a couple weeks ago - had no idea about the rebate, so will do that now! Thanks OP!
Available now in WalMart with FREE Site to Store as well.... But I need the Pro care 3000 which has 3 modes. Attaching the comparison of various Oral-B toothbrushes
posted: Mar. 7, 2013 @ 7:15p
Awright, perfect timing, my daughter needs one. I actually read this while I was in Target - it scanned at $39!
posted: Apr. 15, 2013 @ 1:02p
Anyone know the UPC code for the Oral-B Professional Care 1000 toothbrush? I got 2 of them at $19.48 when Target had them clearanced but there is a UPC code sticker over the original UPC code on the box. The sticker UPC code is 0-69055-86133-8 but the UPC code on the box is 0-69055-85963-6.
The weird thing is the Oral-B Professional Healthy Clean Precision 1000 (also clearanced at Target for $19.48)UPC code is 0-69055-85963-6 (which is the same UPC code of the original box UPC of the Oral-B Professional 1000 toothbrush).
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