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Oral-B ProfessionalCare 1000 Electric Toothbrush
Thanks Valtron9000
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There are 2 options:
- buy the toothbrush TODAY and get a $10 WalMart egift card, making it $15 + taxes ($40 + taxes - $15 MIR - $10 WM egift card) (note: you can use the egift card to buy a regular physical gift card, shipped free).
- buy the toothbrush with an additional 2 free brush heads (deep sweep and regular are both available as options), and get it all for $25 AR. This is also a worthwhile choice because you're essentially getting the brushheads at $5 a piece, which is an excellent price for these (compare to $7-$9 on Amazon regularly)
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posted a day ago http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1310464/  
EDIT: sorry, it was a similar one with the same price. not a repost
EDIT again: by the way, what's the difference between the deep sweep triaction and the professional care?

http://www.oralb.com/products/electric-toothbrush/deep-sweep  http://www.oralb.com/products/electric-toothbrush/deep-sweep    I got this brush several months ago and I like it.  I remember a Consumer Reports page putting this one pretty high up there with more expensive ones.  Since you need a subscription to see it I'll post this review http://dentalcarematters.com/top-ten-electric-toothbrushes/        It has the Oral-B 1000 as one of the top ones.  I think CR also said that unless you wanted some of the really special features (which didn't seem necessary) then this one was the top for you.  The link I posted has a few newer ones that weren't on the CR page at the time.
EDIT:  What deep sweep means http://www.oralb.com/products/electric-toothbrush/deep-sweep 
On that page is also a "quiz" that helps you decide if you want the deep sweep or professional.

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Having issues pulling up the mail in rebate form- anyone have success?

Wanted to "bump" this, since now it has a e-gift card for $10, making it $17.44 after taxes with ship to store for me.

I do not see any information about the additional "$10 e-gift card". I see the product is $39.96, with $15 MIR.
Please let me know how to get the e-gift card.

I needed 2 of these so I did 2 orders using the 1st $10 e-gift card (came in less than an hour) on the second one so it was $42 x 2 - $15 - $20 = $49 / 2 = $24.50 each. Only one rebate per.


edit - the e-gift card deal ends today I believe

Great deal, OP. $15 + taxes after $10 WalMart egift card.

There are 2 options:
- buy the toothbrush TODAY and get a $10 WalMart egift card, making it $15 + taxes ($40 + taxes - $15 MIR - $10 WM egift card)
- buy the toothbrush with an additional 2 free brush heads (deep sweep and regular are both available as options), and get it all for $25 AR. This is also a worthwhile choice because you're essentially getting the brushheads at $5 a piece, which is an excellent price for these (compare to $7-$9 on Amazon regularly) 

Now available for $26



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