There are so many uses for toothbrushes: from cleaning, to polishing, to brushing your teeth!  So take advantage of this great sale at Rite Aid if you’re running low.  Because, really, are there people out there who actually pay $6.99 for a pair of toothbrushes?!

Buy 6 Colgate 360 Toothbrush, 2-pack $6.99, Regular Price
Buy One Get One Free, On Sale through 4/14
Spend $20.00, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward, limit 4
Use 3 $0.40/1 Colgate Manual Toothbrush, Adult or Kids, excluding Plus & Extra Clean from SS 3/25 (exp 4/14)
Pay $19.77, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $1.63 each pack when you buy 6 or $0.81 each

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21 thoughts on “Colgate 360 Toothbrushes Only $0.81 each at Rite Aid!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    These were on clearance at Walgreen’s too…

  2. Jenn Holzer says:

    I did this deal this morning. I bought 6 packs at $6.99 each. I got the BOGO and also I got 2 $10 +UP rewards back! must have been a computer error because it calculated the free ones, so this deal worked out in my favor. All the toothbrushes were essentially free!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Can I buy 4 and it still work?

    • Anonymous says:

      I think it will work even if you buy 3,
      Buy 3 Colgate 360 2-pack at 6.99 each = $20.97 (this should trigger $10 +Up)
      use 3 – $0.4/1 Colgate toothbrush = 20.97 – 1.2 = $19.77. Hope this helps!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I had printed a $0.75/1 coupon a while back. It has Walmart logo on it and says “available at Walmart”. Fine prints doesn’t mention anything like redeemable only at Walmart. Can I use it at rite aid?

  5. i don’t understand the formula above.. new to coupons :( i guess my question is do you have to do all that stuff above or can you just buy 1 for .81 cents? (i do want more than one pack, just trying to understand)

    • Felicia Lorin says:

      Unfortunately you cannot buy 1 for $ 0.81. The secret to making these $ 0.81 is getting the $10.00 +up reward AND using your coupons. In this scenario you need to spend $20.00 (on the qualifying products exclusively) to get the +Up reward which will print on your receipt. You will have to pay $19.77oop (out of pocket) but youre getting $10.00 to use on any future purchase. So $9.77/12 toothbrushes total = $0.81. I would suggest checking out KCL’s beginners page if you haven’t already. She outlines store rules and breaks all this down as simply as possible.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Now that I have been getting free toothbrushes, I hate paying for them,lol

    • Anonymous says:

      ja ja ja its true. i wouln’t do this deal even if it was .21C each

    • Ana Lilia says:

      same here, i love the 360 Colgate toothbrushes, during March VV they had $3 off the Sensitive 360 Colgate toothbrush, and at my store they were $2, so i got it free and overage! glad i caught that!

  7. Anonymous says:

    My area received a $1 off 2 coupon instead of the $.40 off one Colgate coupon. Can I do the scenario above and use 3 of these $1 off 2 coupons to make these $.66 each after coupons and up rewards? I’m so confused by the updated Rite Aid policy. Thanks in advance!

    • Anonymous says:

      Rite Aid’s coupon policy doesn’t allow a coupon to be used on the free item and since it’s $1 off 2, the coupon attatches to the free item.

    • Felicia Lorin says:

      I was unaware til just now that this was against their policy because I have gotten away with this. Not sure why it worked or why one rite aid is different from another but I have definitely done a similar scenario when I was getting a free item.

      • Anonymous says:

        Rite Aid recently changed, or clarified, their policy, so you may have been able to do that until just last week.  They now allow two coupons on a buy one get one % off sale, but not on a B1G1 free.

      • Anonymous says:

        I called customer service today for clarity and they said you can use a $1 off 2 coupon with a bogo sale. It’s still just one coupon for the pair of items, so it fits the policy that way, but I understand barstowmom’s point, too. Looks like Rite Aid needs to clarify its policy again, yikes!