Buy this weekend – floss, toothbrushes, toothpaste

If you do not shop with coupons, you can still get some great deals this week and stock up. If you are keeping track on your Low Price List, the stock-up price for floss is less than $1.00 per 100 yards, and this week at Rite Aid, their store brand dental care items are Buy 1 Get 1 Free and their store brand dental floss is $0.90 per 100 yard package. You do need to get multiples of 2 to get the special price. Depending on how vigilant your family members are about flossing, you might go through a package one per person per month or two, or year … well, depending on your usage, that will show you how much you need to purchase. If you prefer name brands, or you collect coupons, the best price on the Reach 100 yards is at the Dollar Tree for $1.00 before coupons. The stock up price on toothbrushes is also under $1, and Rite Aid basic store brand toothbrushes also are in a 5-pack for $4.50 buy one get one free, which would mean you’d get 10 toothbrushes for $0.45 each. If you need fancier toothbrushes or prefer name brands or use coupons, Bi-Lo has the kids version Crayola toothbrushes, twin packs, buy one get one free, for $0.85 per package, or $0.43 per toothbrush. The stock-up price on toothpaste is $1.00 for 4 to 6 ounce tubes, and right now Fred’s Super Dollar (it’s on Blackstock road) has Crest, Colgate and Aim for $1.00. I haven’t tried to coupon there before because they only double coupons on Saturday, but as soon as I do, I’ll report back if it is as easy as they make it sound in their flyer. If so, and you have the recent Crest and Colgate coupons, you’d get the Colgate for $0.25 and the Crest for $0.50. If you don’t coupon, Bi-Lo has Aim for $1.00. Also, Walgreens has the Crest on sale for $2.99 but if you buy one, you will get a $2 coupon printed out that is good on your next Walgreens trip. The down side to deals like that is you can only get one at a time (sometimes they specify you can get 2 or 4 but I’ve never seen higher than 4), so I will grab those deals as they come along, especially if I have a coupon, but it’s hard to stock up getting just one at a time.

If you are keeping track on your price tracker, here’s the latest on toothpaste:

  1. Fred’s has Crest, Colgate and Aim for $1.00, good until Nov 14th
  2. Bi-Lo has Aim for $1.00, good until Nov 13th
  3. Rite-Aid has store brand buy one get one free, good until Nov 10th
  4. Walgreen’s has Crest 6 oz for $2.99 with a $2.00 Register Reward that will print after your purchase, good on your next purchase, deal available until Nov 10th
  5. CVS has Colgate Total, Advanced, and Optic White 5.5 to 7.8 oz for Buy One Get One Free, good until Nov 10th

Floss

  1. Dollar Tree has Reach 100 yards for $1.00
  2. Bi-Lo has store brand 100 yards for $1.00, good until Nov 13
  3. Rite-Aid has store brand 100 yards for $0.90, good until Nov 13, have to buy multiples of 2 to get the special price because it will ring up as the first one $1.79, the second one $0.00
  4. Rite-Aid has Reach brand for $3.00 each, buy 2 and get $2.00 back in a rewards coupon good on your next purchase, have to buy 2 to get the deal. This would only be your low price if you have coupons for Reach currently (I don’t know of a current one)

Toothbrushes

  1. Bi-Lo has the twin pack Crayola for buy one get one free, at $0.85 per twin pack, good until Nov 13
  2. Rite-Aid has many buy one get one free deals on their store brands, various types of toothbrushes, for the basic style it was a package of 5 for $4.50 on two packages, which works out to $0.45 per toothbrush, good until Nov 10th
  3. Walgreens has the Colgate 360 toothbrush at buy one get one 50% off, a good deal if you save coupons
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