In difficult economic times, it can be beneficial to receive as many discounts and free items as possible. Dentists and doctors recommend changing your toothbrush every few months or after an illness. Whether for yourself and your own family, or to collect and give to a charitable organisation, free toothbrushes are items that everyone can use. Use one or all of these techniques to receive several free toothbrushes.
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Get your dental cleaning and checkup every six months. Most dentists give a free toothbrush, toothpaste and even dental floss samples to every patient. Call your dentist to set up an appointment.
Visit free websites such as Hey, It's Free or Totally Free Stuff (see Resources). Use these websites' search fields and enter "toothbrush." These websites are updated daily, and frequent searching may lead you to a current free offer. Offers include coupons for free toothbrushes and mail-in freebies.
Combine coupons with in-store sales. Search coupon websites such as Coupons.com (see Resources) to print coupons or get coupons from stores, store flyers or newspapers. For example, when toothbrushes are on sale at Walgreens, start with a buy-one-get-one-free coupon from a Sunday newspaper coupon booklet. Add an online coupon printed at home. Stack these with an in-store coupon, and you may receive the toothbrush for free.
Tips and warnings
- Keep all toothbrush coupons that you find in the Sunday paper and save them to use when buy-one-get-one-free offers become available.
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