How to get free toothbrushes at Walgreens this week

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With today’s prices on groceries and other home essentials, it’s important to have a few money-saving tricks up your sleeve. This week in particular, Walgreens is offering some can’t-miss opportunities for coupon holders, including an offer that can get you two Oral-B toothbrushes for free.

The best part about these bargains is that there’s no actual “coupon clipping” involved. All you have to do is download the Walgreens app and sign up for a MyWalgreens account to get access to exclusive coupons and promotions that can be scanned on your phone at the register.

The free toothbrush deal is a no-brainer. It requires you to buy two Oral-B Vivid Whitening Manual Toothbrushes, and each one will be $2 if you use a mobile coupon you can find on the Walgreens app. MyWalgreens members then receive a Register Reward of $4, which pays you back in full for the price of the toothbrushes. You’ll have to hurry though — this particular coupon expires on Aug. 19.

While you’re there, you can stock up on a few different bathroom products. There are coupons on the app that will get you Colgate toothpaste and mouthwash for $1 each, and a “buy one get one half off” deal that lets you pay $5 for two bottles of Olay Face Wash. (These coupons also expire on Aug. 19.)

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If you buy enough, you’ll qualify for a special booster coupon that gives you $7 in Walgreens Cash when you spend $25 on hair, skin or oral hygiene goods. Normally, MyWalgreens members only earn 1% back in Walgreens Cash on regular purchases, or 5% on Walgreens branded goods.

Another pro tip: “Clip” the coupons you want by clicking them as soon as they appear on the app. They may not be available right up until the expiration date.

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