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pistonpete 05-16-2009 01:18 PM

Phillips Sonicare E7900 Elite & UV Sanitizer at Kohls $80 (maybe less after rebate and Kohls discount)
 
So for a little intro. After my recent trip to the dentist and discovering 2 cavities, I decided to invest in a good toothbrush. The dentist recommended a Phillips Sonicare.

After much research on all of the models, I found a deal that was too good to pass up.

Kohls has the E7900 Elite combo which includes and E7300 electric toothbrush and UV Sanitizer. The regular price at Kohls for this brush is $179.99 at Kohls but they have it on sale for $99.99. This is actually a little less than what you can get for just the E7300 brush alone.

I found a coupon code online that gives 10% off (even without a Kohls credit card) the code is NEW9249. I actually went to the store and the clerk gave me the 10% off which made the price equal to the online price. This dropped the price to $89.99 + tax. I also had a manufactures coupon for $10 off (given to me at my dentist so you may have to go to the dentist to get a coupon) which dropped the price to $79.99 + tax.

On top of that, my dentist also gave me a form for a mail-in rebate for $10. The rebate says not to be used in conjunction with any other offers but on the receipt from Kohls, nowhere does it say what the coupon was for (just $10 transaction discount) so I'm thinking that the rebate should work but I'm not certain on that part. This would drop the price to $70 for this unit.

In some cases (if you have a Kohls card) the discount can be possibly up to 30% as they are running a special for card holders right now.

So to sum up what this toothbrush will cost you:

$99.99 w/ 10% online coupon code = $89.99 + tax ( - $10 mail-in rebate form from dentist) OR

$99.99 w/ 10% online coupon code (they matched this in-store for me) for $89.99 -$10 = $79.99 + tax (and possibly - $10 from mail-in rebate from dentist if it works)

A bit of running around but I look for this brush to save me dental bills in the long run.

http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/b...System.jsp

Good luck!!!

CLASSYGlRL 05-16-2009 01:33 PM

There's a $20 rebate for this model! This is a great deal!

xinxo 05-16-2009 01:51 PM

Difficult to find information of this product anywhere!

pistonpete 05-16-2009 01:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xinxo (Post 19697493)
Difficult to find information of this product anywhere!

I had trouble at first too. Just look up the info for the E7300 toothbrush because this is what comes with it and the sanitizer model is HX7990. As a combo its product number is E7900

limpy 05-16-2009 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by CLASSYGlRL (Post 19697171)
There's a $20 rebate for this model! This is a great deal!

Where?

Martian536 05-16-2009 04:26 PM

http://www.ableshoppers.com/Kohls_coupons.shtmlif you're too lazy to go to the store, just shop online and get free shipping and then stack the 10% code.. if you have a $1.00 filler, there's another code for 15% off.. here's the link to the free shipping and other codes..

but yeah, im about to pull the trigger on this but want to find out where the $20 rebate is at.... this would be hot.. saves me from going to the dentist too often.. and i have an older model sonicare elite and hopefully the sanitizer works well because the older sonicare brushes build up mildew easily... and i hate sharing with my fiancee so time to have two!

freezedried74 05-16-2009 04:55 PM

Use a Kohl's charge card and codes MAYTAKE30 for 30% off and MVC8231 (expires today) for free shipping. Brings the total to $70 + tax. Where's that $20 rebate:mad:

vishu 05-16-2009 04:59 PM

Thanks OP but where is the $20 rebate.....?

pistonpete 05-16-2009 05:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by freezedried74 (Post 19700191)
Use MAYTAKE30 for 30% off and MVC8231 (expires today) for free shipping. Brings the total to $70 + tax. Where's that $20 rebate:mad:

I tried that but you have to have a Kohls credit card to use that coupon code.

Mazetat 05-16-2009 05:04 PM

MAYTAKE30 promo card only good with Kohl's card
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by freezedried74 (Post 19700191)
Use MAYTAKE30 for 30% off and MVC8231 (expires today) for free shipping. Brings the total to $70 + tax. Where's that $20 rebate:mad:

MAYTAKE30 promo code requires Kohl's card:

Please fix the error(s) below.

1. We're sorry, you must use a Kohl's Charge to take advantage of the Promo Code you entered. Please change your payment method, or enter a different Promo Code. Check the offer for details.

scottman 05-16-2009 05:16 PM

The E7300 is an older model. I have it, I think I paid ~$70 at amazon 2 years ago. I love it, but if you're going to spend $90, you should check out the newer sonicare "flexcare" and HealthyWhite models. Amazon currently has them for decent prices with a $40 future credit if you spend > $139. They have newer, cheaper heads that don't get all "gunky", and I believe they also have lithium batteries, which should last longer. Costco also has a 2 handle flexcare model with sanitizer for $160, so about $80 each.

lordluck 05-16-2009 06:10 PM

not finding the rebate at all.

layla07652 05-16-2009 07:15 PM

http://www.sonicare.com/rebate_offer/

Try this for your rebate form. You can save $10 by setting up an account.

Naoautorizada 05-16-2009 07:38 PM

Fyi
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pistonpete (Post 19696915)
So for a little intro. After my recent trip to the dentist and discovering 2 cavities, I decided to invest in a good toothbrush. The dentist recommended a Phillips Sonicare.

Another option - same technology - less money - no rebates needed - lifetime guarantee

another option

CLASSYGlRL 05-16-2009 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Naoautorizada (Post 19702523)
Another option - same technology - less money - no rebates needed - lifetime guarantee

another option

lol

I dont think so buddy!

rsprouse 05-16-2009 08:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Naoautorizada (Post 19702523)
Another option - same technology - less money - no rebates needed - lifetime guarantee

another option

There is plenty of clinical research confirming the benefits of either a Phillips Sonicare or an Oral-B Triumph. I would stay away from any of the other "power" brush options. I personally wouldn't use anything else. And people should check with their Dentist on prices. We sell the Oral-B Triumph (Professional Model) at slightly above our cost which is **much** cheaper than any retail outlet. Plus you can send in a mail in rebate for an additional $15 savings from Oral-B. This is strictly as a courtesy to our patients and I know a couple other offices that do the same thing. Remember, if a toothbrush prevents a single cavity or single extra cleaning it more than pays for itself.

Maybe i'll post a new Slick Deal on a Triumph Professional from my office and see if any patients are on here :D

calixguy18 05-17-2009 12:12 AM

I highly recommend the Sonicare. I was just give the Oral B Triumph for my braces and I don't feel that it cleans as well. Either way, join 2009 and invest in a good electric toothbrush :D

RaGe420 05-17-2009 12:46 PM

Where is the rebate?


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