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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Walmart.com and Oral-B are offering huge discounts on power toothbrushes this Black Friday.   Today online you can get up to $154 off the Oral-B 1000 (white) and Oral-B 7000 (black) power toothbrushes.

Grab the Oral-B 1000 for $20.99 after a $15 mail in rebate (reg. $49.99).  That’s a savings of $29!


Go bigger and get the Oral-B 7000 for $74.97 after a $25 mail in rebate (reg. $199.97).  You will be saving $125!

Oral-B is the #1 dentist recommended toothbrush brand in the world.  This is a great sale to make a switch to a trusted brand and highly rated toothbrushes!

Oral-B 1000

A great entry-level power toothbrush, the Oral-B 1000 is a rechargeable power toothbrush that can remove 300% more plaque along the gum line than a regular manual toothbrush.  A clinically proven superior 3D Cleaning Action oscillates, rotates and pulsates to break up and remove more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush.  There is a timer in the handle to alert you every 30 seconds to move to a different area and to help you brush for the full recommended 2 minutes.

Grab it online for $35.99 (reg. $49.99) and then submit for the $15 mail in rebate.  That makes it $20.99!  

This model has over 1400 reviews on Walmart and they are all great.

Oral-B 7000

Step up your game with the Oral-B Pro 7000.  It is a smart power toothbrush with Bluetooth technology and six high-performance brushing modes. The brush syncs with an app on your phone to give you real-time information about brushing modes, pressure, time, and areas brushed so you can brush like your dentist recommends.  It also comes with a clock/timer that syncs with the toothbrush to help you brush better (perfect if you want to use the toothbrush without the app for kids).

Grab it online for $99.97 (reg. $199.97) and then submit for the $25 mail in rebate.  That makes it $74.97!  

This model has 767 reviews and has 4.8 stars!  Everyone loves it, even me.

If you haven’t made the switch to power, I was just like you until this week…  P&G sent me the Oral-B 7000 to try out for myself.  I had been quite content before, however after just 4 days I can firmly say I see the reason to switch.  My teeth feel dentist office clean every time I brush and continue to feel clean all day.  Pondering the difference now between my manual toothbrush and the Oral-B 7000 is like trying to mow your lawn with a pair of scissors… a kids tricycle vs motorcycle… you get the idea.  There is just no way that I can brush as well on my own power with the manual brush.

A few things I love:

  • It times you both in their app and with the little timer that comes with the toothbrush.  The timer and the toothbrush each tell you when 30 seconds have passed so you can move to another part of your mouth.  I have no doubt I wasn’t brushing long enough before, now you know you hit two minutes because the toothbrush vibrates to let you know.
  • There are 6 different modes for the toothbrush including, daily clean, tongue cleaner, deep clean, sensitive, massage and whitening.
  • The app has different modes to help you work on things you want to target, like fresh breath, gum health, whitening and even braces care.  It tracks you to remind you to floss, rinse and brush daily.
  • If you use too much pressure the toothbrush flashes a red light to warn you.

Plus doesn’t it look so pretty on my counter?  I’m a big fan of the black.

Don’t forget this sale is today only while supplies last and only at Walmart.com.

P&G sponsored this post and provided a toothbrush for me.  All opinions are 100% my own, I really will never go back to manual life…