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Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection Toothpaste (100ml) ONLY 69p @ Savers

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Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection Toothpaste (100ml) ONLY 69p
rubberbullets Avatar6d, 3h agoFound 6 days, 3 hours ago2 Comments
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Cheaper than all the places I've looked so far (Wilco, B&M, Poundstretcher). Anyone know how Home Bargains compares?

Home Bargains, Newcastle under Lyme had 75ml for 49p, so very slightly cheaper per ml.
Cheaper than all the places I've looked so far (Wilco, B&M, Poundstretcher). Anyone know how Home Bargains compares?
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Beaphar 100g dog toothpaste @ b&m Birmingham 10p

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Seen in Birmingham city centre b and m Reduced from £1.00
loveszebargains Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago5 Comments
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scanned at £4.99 in my b&m
Great deal, Wish I stayed near there
what about doggy lipstick?
https://media2.giphy.com/media/bvR1y5GRDDS6s/200.gif
Good for canine canines.
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Colgate Cavity Protection Fresh Mint Fluoride Toothpaste (100ml) ONLY 79p @ Iceland

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Colgate Cavity Protection Fresh Mint Fluoride Toothpaste (100ml) ONLY 79p Colgate Fluoride Toothpaste Triple Action Original Mint (100ml) ONLY 79p
rubberbullets Avatar1w, 7h agoFound 1 week, 7 hours ago1 Comment
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I got 23 of these free from an Asian shop bin made in South Africa ! Bargain !
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Colgate cavity toothpaste 91p in store Asda.

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Collegiate toothpaste no label so asked for price check as its what I usually use. 91p each
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I think stores roll out at different times as the kids collegiate that some people Have got for 50p is still £1 in mine.
Just bought 6 boxes,but at a lot higher price of £1.90 each. 91p must be store specific?
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free postage on 14days tooth whitening oil

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Oral B 3D Lux White Professional Toothpaste £2.25 @ B&M

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Found in B&M exeter, I've been using it for a month and have noticed a difference, whitens without hurting the gums and cleans incredibly well. :) £4.49 at boots or 2 for £7 £4.49 at Superdrug
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Silhouette
£1.99 in Savers at the moment.
Last tube I bought at Savers was watery :( Would not buy from there again, do not trust.

Im going through them like theyre soon to be outlawed and havent noticed any difference.

If watery, id assume their storage/shop floor is too hot.

Stick it in the freezer for an hour or so and then it'll be ready for that night/morning.
Silhouette
£1.99 in Savers at the moment.

Last tube I bought at Savers was watery :( Would not buy from there again, do not trust.
£1.99 in Savers at the moment.
looks good. hope it work's
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Lidl Dentalux toothpaste - 35p and 39p 125ml

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Lidl Dentalux toothpaste has been reduced to 35p and 39p. 35p includes the herbal fresh and mint fresh and the 39p ones include sensitive plus, whitening plus and one other (can't remember) 125ml
backinstock Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago26 Comments
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Thanks Op. I usually get this so was able to stock up. Cracking product and have been using for years. This stuff has been tested and reviewed many times in Germany German Review of Whitening Complex 5. here is a generic review in English http://www.thelocal.de/20130221/48105
peterpan22
Jimjam1976
666FU
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jat2474
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amour3k
I've seen these before (I believe the £Pound Shops used to have a version of these one time before too, if I'm not mistaken?), but are they any good though? (as I've never tried these before). :-)
I find I tend to need to use twice the amount of Lidl toothpaste to get the same effect as Colegate etc. Others may find otherwise but for me Lidl toothpaste is a false economy.
I find it (and Aldi's) much the same as any other toothpaste. No better, no worse - just hugely cheaper because you aren't paying for all the advertising and marketing. It'll be made by one of those companies anyway, to much the same formula.
​all supermarkets do a cheap toothpaste. They just call it value/smart price/ basic toothpaste but it is the same thing and is priced about the same. Lidl/Aldi just give there value brands fancy names like dentalux to fool thier customers into thinking they are getting branded goods cheaper than the larger supermarkets. They have doing this with all there items for years. People save money in Lidl/Aldi because these stores do not stock many branded goods and customers are forced to buy the stores own brand, if they just bought value brands from the main supermarkets they would save as well. You also wouldn't have to wait in long queues and be rushed through the checkout having your goods thrown on the floor before you get a chance to pack them. http://m.tesco.com/h5/groceries/r/www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=255220907
Another misguided comment from someone who doesn't understand the Aldi/Lidl business model. You can't compare their products with supermarket value lines - they're far better than that and at least equal to branded items. The Tesco cheapo toothpaste you link to shows that it comes from China - unlike the Aldi and Lidl ones.
It's not a question of being 'forced' to buy their brands - it's a matter of choice, because they're every bit as good as the brand, in most cases made by the manufacturer of the brand, and at least a third cheaper.
Absolute tosh. Lidl tomato sauce is made to look like hienz but is nowhere near as good the lidl cereal is terrible. Then we can move on the fruit and veg wonky cucumbers which could almost fit in a pickle jar, bananas that never ripped just go brown within days. But since they own the farms they can obviously call lower class products class 1/ grade a or whatever they want. Then all the awards they have won, if you worked for one of these award bodies I would imagine you would be biased towards the companies who essentially pay you wages over companies who do there own marketing and research instead of paying to stick the awarding bodies label on the goods.
​Batts Ketchup in Lidl is my Ketchup of choice, far better than Heinz. I don't eat cereal so cannot comment.

You realise that Lidl changed the brand name of some of its products about three times in a couple of years before they were called Batts? I suspect they bought the Batts brand as a marketing ploy. If so what a waste of money as they're the same bloody products.


​of course I know. I used to buy the Ketchup when it was under the Kania name. I'm not stupid, I am able to work these things out for myself.
Lol
Sorry I started this debate. :D

What I can say is the Lidl pineapples taste as equally as good as those from the Big 4, no matter what brand label is showing. :p
peterpan22
Jimjam1976
666FU
Newbold
jat2474
Newbold
sotomonkey
amour3k
I've seen these before (I believe the £Pound Shops used to have a version of these one time before too, if I'm not mistaken?), but are they any good though? (as I've never tried these before). :-)
I find I tend to need to use twice the amount of Lidl toothpaste to get the same effect as Colegate etc. Others may find otherwise but for me Lidl toothpaste is a false economy.
I find it (and Aldi's) much the same as any other toothpaste. No better, no worse - just hugely cheaper because you aren't paying for all the advertising and marketing. It'll be made by one of those companies anyway, to much the same formula.
​all supermarkets do a cheap toothpaste. They just call it value/smart price/ basic toothpaste but it is the same thing and is priced about the same. Lidl/Aldi just give there value brands fancy names like dentalux to fool thier customers into thinking they are getting branded goods cheaper than the larger supermarkets. They have doing this with all there items for years. People save money in Lidl/Aldi because these stores do not stock many branded goods and customers are forced to buy the stores own brand, if they just bought value brands from the main supermarkets they would save as well. You also wouldn't have to wait in long queues and be rushed through the checkout having your goods thrown on the floor before you get a chance to pack them. http://m.tesco.com/h5/groceries/r/www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=255220907
Another misguided comment from someone who doesn't understand the Aldi/Lidl business model. You can't compare their products with supermarket value lines - they're far better than that and at least equal to branded items. The Tesco cheapo toothpaste you link to shows that it comes from China - unlike the Aldi and Lidl ones.
It's not a question of being 'forced' to buy their brands - it's a matter of choice, because they're every bit as good as the brand, in most cases made by the manufacturer of the brand, and at least a third cheaper.
Absolute tosh. Lidl tomato sauce is made to look like hienz but is nowhere near as good the lidl cereal is terrible. Then we can move on the fruit and veg wonky cucumbers which could almost fit in a pickle jar, bananas that never ripped just go brown within days. But since they own the farms they can obviously call lower class products class 1/ grade a or whatever they want. Then all the awards they have won, if you worked for one of these award bodies I would imagine you would be biased towards the companies who essentially pay you wages over companies who do there own marketing and research instead of paying to stick the awarding bodies label on the goods.
​Batts Ketchup in Lidl is my Ketchup of choice, far better than Heinz. I don't eat cereal so cannot comment.
You realise that Lidl changed the brand name of some of its products about three times in a couple of years before they were called Batts? I suspect they bought the Batts brand as a marketing ploy. If so what a waste of money as they're the same bloody products.
All Aldi and Lidl 'brands' are just own label names they've created for their own use. They see it as necessary to appeal to those who bizarrely have to have a brand on the label. At some point they may feel able to brand everything with their own name but that may still be a way off.

From my point of view I don't care what name's on the label. It's the quality of the product that matters and with both companies it's almost invariably as good as the brand leader. And often made by the brand leader.
Jimjam1976
666FU
Newbold
jat2474
Newbold
sotomonkey
amour3k
I've seen these before (I believe the £Pound Shops used to have a version of these one time before too, if I'm not mistaken?), but are they any good though? (as I've never tried these before). :-)
I find I tend to need to use twice the amount of Lidl toothpaste to get the same effect as Colegate etc. Others may find otherwise but for me Lidl toothpaste is a false economy.
I find it (and Aldi's) much the same as any other toothpaste. No better, no worse - just hugely cheaper because you aren't paying for all the advertising and marketing. It'll be made by one of those companies anyway, to much the same formula.
​all supermarkets do a cheap toothpaste. They just call it value/smart price/ basic toothpaste but it is the same thing and is priced about the same. Lidl/Aldi just give there value brands fancy names like dentalux to fool thier customers into thinking they are getting branded goods cheaper than the larger supermarkets. They have doing this with all there items for years. People save money in Lidl/Aldi because these stores do not stock many branded goods and customers are forced to buy the stores own brand, if they just bought value brands from the main supermarkets they would save as well. You also wouldn't have to wait in long queues and be rushed through the checkout having your goods thrown on the floor before you get a chance to pack them. http://m.tesco.com/h5/groceries/r/www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=255220907
Another misguided comment from someone who doesn't understand the Aldi/Lidl business model. You can't compare their products with supermarket value lines - they're far better than that and at least equal to branded items. The Tesco cheapo toothpaste you link to shows that it comes from China - unlike the Aldi and Lidl ones.
It's not a question of being 'forced' to buy their brands - it's a matter of choice, because they're every bit as good as the brand, in most cases made by the manufacturer of the brand, and at least a third cheaper.
Absolute tosh. Lidl tomato sauce is made to look like hienz but is nowhere near as good the lidl cereal is terrible. Then we can move on the fruit and veg wonky cucumbers which could almost fit in a pickle jar, bananas that never ripped just go brown within days. But since they own the farms they can obviously call lower class products class 1/ grade a or whatever they want. Then all the awards they have won, if you worked for one of these award bodies I would imagine you would be biased towards the companies who essentially pay you wages over companies who do there own marketing and research instead of paying to stick the awarding bodies label on the goods.
​Batts Ketchup in Lidl is my Ketchup of choice, far better than Heinz. I don't eat cereal so cannot comment.

You realise that Lidl changed the brand name of some of its products about three times in a couple of years before they were called Batts? I suspect they bought the Batts brand as a marketing ploy. If so what a waste of money as they're the same bloody products.
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Colgate Max White Toothpaste with white micro-crystals 100Ml £1.00 @ Tesco

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Offer valid until 22/8/2016
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2 for £3.00 on selected Sensodyne Toothpaste 75ml @ Boots

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see #Deansterdean comment #7 http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10052&st=specificPromo&promoName=2+for+%26%23163%3B3+on+selected+Sensodyne&langId=-1&cata…
ashokraja Avatar3w, 17m agoFound 3 weeks, 17 minutes ago28 Comments
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The " Extra Fresh complete" is the one to get. Tastes great.
Got my PayPal refund after making another call today.
Thanks OP
forcedv
Thanks for the update Sickly.
Still waiting for my collection notice.
Just my 2 cents, but this is the best sensitivity relief toothpaste I've ever used (without it, I can't eat hot or cold food/drinks).


I was really disappointed last night when I tasted it as I thought it was rank but actually today I'm really impressed with the effectiveness of it and think it's great.
Just a shame it tastes nasty X)
Thanks for the update Sickly.
Still waiting for my collection notice.
Just my 2 cents, but this is the best sensitivity relief toothpaste I've ever used (without it, I can't eat hot or cold food/drinks).
It was a pain in the backside trying to get the overcharge refunded.

The order was collected today, and later on I called Boots to be told in no uncertain terms that the price charged (£3 per item rather than 2 for £3) was correct and that I was wrong, it was 2 for £6.

I had to email both the invoice and a copy of the paperwork from within the parcel to the customer services person who initially misread the paperwork and again reiterated that I had been correctly charged as the offer online was clearly 2 for £6. Upon reading the email receipt there was some acceptance of my issue and then I pointed out where on the paperwork it also said 2 for £3.

I was very reluctantly given a refund and made to feel like I had robbed Boots!

I hope it's as good as Colgate Pro-Relief.
charliemike
Isn't this toothpaste for old people?


​no
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Poundland: Colgate Pro Gum Health/Interdental toothpaste 75ml £1.00

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Normally £3.50.On offer for £2.50 in Sainsburys for the same size (75ml). I saw these in the Wandsworth branch. Its a very good price for the product.
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Had a look at these at my local.

How do you figure out the expiry date? The ones I saw had CP(L)5087PL 1115

Has it expired in Nov 2015?



​Blurb I found

Toothpaste. According to Colgate, its toothpastes are good for 12 to 18 months past the expiration date (which is two years after manufacture), beyond which there may be some loss in fluoride stability, ingredients may separate out or crystallize, and flavors may diminish.
Had a look at these at my local.

How do you figure out the expiry date? The ones I saw had CP(L)5087PL 1115

Has it expired in Nov 2015?
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Asda brand dental care all half price e.g pure hygiene total care toothpaste 25p

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Half price dental care in Asda includes toothbrushes, toothpaste and electric toothbrush heads
sophieb1986 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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Yes found some in Asda Falkirk
This was in Hastings. I'm assuming it's national
Same in ASDA Eastlands(MAN). Also had reductions on other toiletries.

Edited By: timothyw9 on Aug 05, 2016 23:43
Same in Swansea. Interdental toothbrushes, 75 pack of flossers, and breath freshen spray all 25p.
saw similar offer at asda park royal
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125ml Arm & Hammer Extra White toothpaste (add on item) £1.00 @ amazon

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this is 125ml, supermarkets sell 75ml which is more expensive than this, this is 66% bigger whitening with baking soda great add on if you need to make up £20
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same price in home bargains and poundland (perhaps unsurprisingly!!)

Even cheaper at B&M -

http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/arm-and-hammer-toothpaste-extra-white-125g-193186
caverncity
my daughter bought a whitening toothpaste for £15. I bought this for £1 and this is far better than hers except for the baking soda aftertaste that stays in your mouth for sometime.


​Poundland sell a few in the Arm & Hammer range including one that is still baking soda but with a minty taste and a gritty feel the paste. It does a good job removing plaque.

My dentist asked me what I use and told me that my teeth are in really good shape buy those gums will gave to come out
It's cheap in
chrisbass
same price in home bargains and poundland (perhaps unsurprisingly!!)
I have seen it in Lidl (Uxbridge) as well, price was cheap but can't remember it the exact amount.
Just to resolve the confusion - this is the same pack that Poundland and Poundworld have, so no cheaper.

The con is that it weighs 125 grammes - but in volume terms that only gives you a relatively small volume of 75ml.
my daughter bought a whitening toothpaste for £15. I bought this for £1 and this is far better than hers except for the baking soda aftertaste that stays in your mouth for sometime.
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macleans whitening toothpaste add on item @ Amazon 80p subscribe and save 76p free delivery

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Great for an add on if you need to make £20
loveszebargains Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago7 Comments
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great for adding 5th item to subscription to get 15% off
eslick
Op change this to subscribe and save for 76p then it's open to everyone and free delivery :)


An thank you :)
eslick
Op change this to subscribe and save for 76p then it's open to everyone and free delivery :)


Think I've done it right
HOT based on @eslick's advise
Op change this to subscribe and save for 76p then it's open to everyone and free delivery :)
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Macleans Fresh Mint Toothpaste 100ml 80p or 3 for 2 (53.3p each) @ Waitrose

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Ingredients Aqua, Hydrated Silica, Sorbitol, Glycerin, PEG-6, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Aroma, Titanium Dioxide, Xanthan Gum, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), Sodium Fluoride, Sodium Saccharin, Limonen…
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Free BrushBaby Childrens Toothpaste 6+ years with xylitol

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To get this sample: Add Children's Spearmint Toothpaste with Xylitol 6+ years to your basket and enter FREESAMPLE in the 'redeem a coupon' box at the checkout. It's free postage too.
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Yep disabled
Code dissabled now; please expire it
okay that's weird? I've just tried it again (using my daughters email and address) and it doesn't work now.

I've marked the thread expired.
tyvn1
The coupon code you entered has been disabled so it can't be used.


​I just used it?
The coupon code you entered has been disabled so it can't be used.
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Toothpaste squeezer and separate wall hook £0.53p delivered @ aliexpress / yongjin lu's store

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Never waste any toothpaste again with this fantastic toothpaste squeezer. I have tested this product am so impressed have ordered another one (different colour). None of us like unnecessary waste -…
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Ordered on 25th July 16 and received 5th Aug 16...less then 2 weeks for delivery. Just ordered another one myself, works as described!
Hardly worth the effort if using run o' the mill Colgate or other brands all of which are available in Poundland.

However, if you use something like Colgate's Pro-Sensitive or similar top end brand special toothpaste, some of which have horrendous retail prices between £3.50 - £4.75 then, yes, could be worth a shot!

I use Pro-Sensitive but try to buy when on offer. To be honest, I cut the bloody tube open when it's supposed to be empty and find there's enough left for about 5 days! Mind you I don't cover my brush in it as I'm not a lover of sodium fluoride, even in the small quantities you are supposed not to worry about. oO
SCOUSEKEVIN
Or put the tube on flat surface hold bottom of tube and run handle of toothbrush (pressing) towards top simple
and doesnt risk splitting tube by moving it across a flat edge.
Or use the side of the sink.

No rough edges, gets it all to one spot, then either fold over (metal) or use a freezer bag clip thing.
Heat added, not really worth it for the 1p worth of toothpaste that'll get saved, and yes, tubes can be used without mechanical devices, but for me, it's worth the meagre price just to keep toothpaste tubes off the sink (and invariably falling in when I try to shave).
ellarain
Colgate Total feels clean and doesn't leave a bad taste. Everyone has their own preference of toothpaste, you have to use what works for you!

Not sure why you've just come out with that but okay we'll take your word for it. oO Lol.

You don't work for Colgate do you?
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Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste For Children 50% off £1.02 Superdrug - free order & collect

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Sensodyne kids toothpaste for £1.02. Shows out of stock online, but it's national, and plenty in store.
smieszka1502 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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I was reading it paranormal toothpaste for some reason
For a second I thought it said sensodyne paranormal oO
yip bought this in Tesco last week for a pound-its a tiny wee tube also
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Macleans Whitening Toothpaste 100ml 80p Tesco

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You can also get this from Bodycare for 89p, if you don't do Tesco.
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Just got this at my local Tesco for 40p...thanks OP.
Thanks, seems I'm paying 10p too much.
79p in Home Bargains too..
Working on the average paying £1 for this, its still the best toothpaste I say..
Great stuff, HOT from me...
sradmad
good find op, heat added


Thanks.
good find op, heat added
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Poundland Crest 100ml Toothpaste 2 for £1.00

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Not sure if I'm allowed to post this again as I already posted it a few months back. But we don't wanna miss out now do we people?
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How we brush is more important than the toothpaste brand. Ask your dentist the right technique of brushing if not sure. Crest is fine :)
louiselouise
Colgate may have saturated the market in recent years, but Crest have been around for decades and are decent. Whatever happened to Mentadent P and Macleans? (Actually, I can see Mentadent P on Boots.com :p).
Savers are selling a twin pack of Signal (Family Protection) 100ml tubes for £1.15 (if I remember right) if you can't get to a Poundland.
I used Mentadent P for years. Great to see it's available again.
banned
Is this slick?
louiselouise
Colgate may have saturated the market in recent years, but Crest have been around for decades and are decent. Whatever happened to Mentadent P and Macleans? (Actually, I can see Mentadent P on Boots.com :p).

Savers are selling a twin pack of Signal (Family Protection) 100ml tubes for £1.15 (if I remember right) if you can't get to a Poundland.


I get macleans for 89p from Bodycare.
Bought some for the missus,thanks.
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Colgate Fluoride Toothpaste 100ml only 39p at B&M RRP £1 !

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Colgate Fluoride Toothpaste 100ml only 39p at B&M RRP £1 !
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Kulaak
Does it contain the correct amount of sodium fluoride (1450ppm F)? Many of the cheap to purchase toothpastes only have 1000ppm F
That's interesting, I often wondered if the cheapo toothpastes were really any different. When you say 'correct amount' is that the amount recommended by some dental group or something?
UK manufactured Colgate has 1450ppm F. European manufactured seems to abide by different law & only contains 1000ppm F. The higher the better. Provides clinically proven anti-caries benefits. Some professional toothpaste has a high 5000ppm F.

I had no idea about all that, thanks for the info.
dealpickle
Kulaak
Does it contain the correct amount of sodium fluoride (1450ppm F)? Many of the cheap to purchase toothpastes only have 1000ppm F
That's interesting, I often wondered if the cheapo toothpastes were really any different. When you say 'correct amount' is that the amount recommended by some dental group or something?

UK manufactured Colgate has 1450ppm F. European manufactured seems to abide by different law & only contains 1000ppm F. The higher the better. Provides clinically proven anti-caries benefits. Some professional toothpaste has a high 5000ppm F.

Edited By: Kulaak on Jul 17, 2016 18:37
Nothing like a bit of Fluoride chemical waste to clean those teeth..
GazmoX
Found 2 weeks, 2 days ago:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/colgate-maximum-cavity-protection-100ml-toothpaste-39p-b-m-2472480
Has reposting been shortened to 2 weeks now!?!
Deal expired.
Kulaak
Does it contain the correct amount of sodium fluoride (1450ppm F)? Many of the cheap to purchase toothpastes only have 1000ppm F

That's interesting, I often wondered if the cheapo toothpastes were really any different. When you say 'correct amount' is that the amount recommended by some dental group or something?
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Colgate MaxWhite and Colgate MaxFresh 100g toothpaste £1.00 Tesco (INSTORE ONLY)

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Decent toothpaste choice of 2 Colgate in my local Tesco (Bishopsgate) and for as long as I've been checking deals here they've not had a similar deal.
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jase.2
Bearing in mind Poundland always has most variaties of Colgate for £1 anyone who buys toothpaste from a supermarket is crazy as it just shows how much profit Tesco, Boots and co make off Colgate if Poundland can still make money at a constant £1 price
They are smaller

no they arnt.......this exact type was 100ml tubes in poundland stirling the other day as i bought one
jase.2
Bearing in mind Poundland always has most variaties of Colgate for £1 anyone who buys toothpaste from a supermarket is crazy as it just shows how much profit Tesco, Boots and co make off Colgate if Poundland can still make money at a constant £1 price
They are smaller
home bargains 79p
Bearing in mind Poundland always has most variaties of Colgate for £1 anyone who buys toothpaste from a supermarket is crazy as it just shows how much profit Tesco, Boots and co make off Colgate if Poundland can still make money at a constant £1 price
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Colgate 100ml Whitening and Fresh Breath Toothpaste £1.00 @ amazon (add-on)

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whitening, mint flavour with white micro-crystals
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Sell it in Aldi 79p
Excellent add on. I quite often need to add a quid.
Heat added. saves me a trip, and comes straight to my door. Win win situation as far as I see. Thanks.
Poundland, B&M, Home bargains etc etc
I know it's an add on but just saying
good find op, heat added :)
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Free(99p cost refunded) Peppa Pig Bubble Gum Toothpaste from Superdrug via Shopmium app

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Buy Peppa Pig Bubble Gum Toothpaste from Superdrug currently at 99p and get 99p back from Shopmium. Other current full cashback (free) offers include Cranberry & Raisin MOMA Porridge Pot HiPP Org…
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Full details of this app! here. https://www.shopmium.com/uk/

Current deals appear to be for Offer Nutribix (Maximum refund of £2.40. Deal ends 09/08/2016) , Peppa Pig Bubble Gum Toothpaste (Maximum refund of £1.19. Deal ends 22/03/2017) , New Nakd Nibbles (Up to 60% off your purchase of packs of Nakd Nibbles":
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• 50% off your purchase of 2 packs
• 60% off your purchase of 3 packs The RRP is for information only and is subject to variation across retailers and stores. Maximum refund per product between £0.38 and £0.58 depending on the number of products purchased. maximum deadline of 18/08/2016) & Genius Triple Seeded Sandwich Loaf, Delicious and Nutritious - Gluten Free. Which says it costs £3.00 but they give you £1.50 back (Maximum refund of £2.10) and the deal runs until maximum deadline of 11/10/2016)

Make sure you read all the details and comply with their rules or you will NOT be paid.



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Great app! I downloaded it recently and claimed two offers. I use Paypal too and the money was paid to my account within the next hour. I find it very easy to use and they are constantly updating the offers :-)
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silviuccia
did you use this app? is it like the others? thanks
Yes and yes, but they pay much quicker and there is no minimum. Once they verify your claim (usually takes less than 3 days) they pay out. You don't even have to ask to be paid. I use Paypal and get the money deposited within minutes of verification and my dad has the money paid into his bank account which takes 3-5 days. No Paypal fees.


Thank you so much :)
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did you use this app? is it like the others? thanks
Yes and yes, but they pay much quicker and there is no minimum. Once they verify your claim (usually takes less than 3 days) they pay out. You don't even have to ask to be paid. I use Paypal and get the money deposited within minutes of verification and my dad has the money paid into his bank account which takes 3-5 days. No Paypal fees.

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Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste all 1/2 price instore @ Wilkinsons £1.75

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Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief toothpaste all half price in Wilkinsons. Regular price £3.50 a tune, now just £1.75. Been using the whitening one for ages and its great. Best price around for th…
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Jiwani80
It's £1 in pound shops
You should certainly post that as a deal, it's a cracking price for the 75ml Pro Relief product. Be ready with proof, though, because people will be sceptical.


Posted :)


Jiwani80, that isn't the pro-relief, it's a different toothpaste. I understand if it's not your brand it's an easy mistake to make, but I only use this brand, and it's the pro relief that my dentist recommends. I have seen lots of comments on here, over time, that it's available in pound shops, but I reckon they'll be from ppl not familiar with the brand, as I've never seen it once in a pound shop, only variants. Am sure your post will be of use to some tho :)
Thanks op, am ordering to stock up as this is the only toothpaste I use.
sylv
Jiwani80
It's £1 in pound shops
You should certainly post that as a deal, it's a cracking price for the 75ml Pro Relief product. Be ready with proof, though, because people will be sceptical.


Posted :)
sylv
Jiwani80
It's £1 in pound shops
You should certainly post that as a deal, it's a cracking price for the 75ml Pro Relief product. Be ready with proof, though, because people will be sceptical.
tried my locals tonight - no sign of this.. just the cheap products
Jiwani80
afroylnt
Jiwani80
It's £1 in pound shops
same size?

Yup. Although it's not made in England. I think it's Ireland. I'll check.
If its made in the EU not so sure....:p
jdbigguy
I think at it's regular price of "£3.50 a tune" you could get it from iTunes. :p
If Apple made tooth paste it wouldn't work with certain foods..
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oral-b pro expert clean mint toothpaste 75ml was £3.49 now £1.73 better than half price @ superdrug online and instore

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these branded toothpastes rarely get reduced below £2 but at £1.73 I think it's a bargain! other flavours/types available in the same range but you need to look online or on the app
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Its £1.99 home bargains all the time
Good find OP, however if you have a Home Bargains store close by it's priced @ £0.99 (_;)
Elevation
This is my fave toothpaste so thank you. I only wish Oral-B still made a nice mouthwash. Theirs used to be the best...then they came over all "Pro-expert" and they changed it and it's now one of the worst.


Yes overpriced! I pay 25p for value toothpaste for 75mls at Tesco and at Morrisons.
This is my fave toothpaste so thank you. I only wish Oral-B still made a nice mouthwash. Theirs used to be the best...then they came over all "Pro-expert" and they changed it and it's now one of the worst.
Cheers op... ordered Ta.
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Arm and hammer enamel care sensitive toothpaste was £3.19 now £1.58 @ Superdrug

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On offer from £3:19 This toothpaste is brilliant.
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Sensodyne hurts my teeth. This is brilliant. I buy in bulk and wait for the next offer.
Went looking for this in Superdrug and found it in Bodycare for £1.49 - definitely Sensitive Pro (with liquid enamel!) as we have just discovered it and found it seems much better than the Sensodyne Pronamel we used to use.
JellybearXo
The arm & hammer whitening will make you're gums recede be carefull everyone


[citation needed]
kireir
Sure is great toothpaste, if there's a Home Bargains near you, it's usually 99p (at mines anyway!)
get it from there at this price all the time
ollie87
kireir
Sure is great toothpaste, if there's a Home Bargains near you, it's usually 99p (at mines anyway!)
It's not quite the same stuff at Home Bargains.
This is the best sensitive toothpaste I've ever used by the way. It actually works and doesn't give me mouth ulcers like the other brands.
Try Morrisons own brand sensetive No Ulcers 100ml £1
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Macleans Whitening Toothpaste Tube 100ml £0.76 S&S @ Amazon

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80p Add On Item Standard or 0.76 with subscribe and save Product Description 2x better whitening than an ordinary toothpaste. With enamel protection. By Appointment to H.R.H The Prince of Wa…
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I think it is only 79p in Home Bargains
Got 10 at 68p each .

Thanks .
I often use this as a filler item, to increase S&S discount from 5% to 15%, so it usually more than pays for itself!
v5535
I did S&S with some coconut oil and then price doubled month later. I only found out after 4 months!

but who is at fault then, you or Amazon who send you an email telling you of the new price, you wouldn't go into a shop and just pick something off the shelf :(
This is 80p in my local Tesco at moment.

Edited By: mckayc on Jul 04, 2016 07:07
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Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection 100ml Toothpaste 39p @ B&M

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Reduced from 69p
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Deal link not working.

http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/colgate-fluoride-toothpaste-100ml-100624

Subject to availability - contact your nearest store
cjabingham
I have tried this made in South Africa. I got 23 tubes free from an Asian shop bin as they best use by April this year. It is really good as calcium carbonate (chalk) is the first ingredient and it really cleans your teeth well.

Thats a win win fir you then I guess?, lol.
my store still says 69p
I have tried this made in South Africa. I got 23 tubes free from an Asian shop bin as they best use by April this year. It is really good as calcium carbonate (chalk) is the first ingredient and it really cleans your teeth well.
Tried putting this on my CPU, whilst claiming it has a cool taste it didn't reduce my temps one bit.
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Boots Expert Sensitive Whitening Toothpaste 100ml usually £3.75 now £1.20 @ Boots with free C&C

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This is the only excellent toothpaste I use for the past 10 years and is never this cheap! Helps to whiten (people commented on my teeth) and for sensitive teeth. Product description When you ha…
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woody1
Going to give it a try at this price. Just ordered 6 for collection at local chemist.
Cool - can't recommend this enough. Makes your teeth feel so clean as if you have just been to the dentist.

Sold! thanks
woody1
Going to give it a try at this price. Just ordered 6 for collection at local chemist.

Cool - can't recommend this enough. Makes your teeth feel so clean as if you have just been to the dentist.
Going to give it a try at this price. Just ordered 6 for collection at local chemist.
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Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste 75ml £2.00 Morrisons

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Sensodyne Pronamel Whitening Toothpaste 75ml Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste 75ml Sensodyne Pronamel Multi Action Toothpaste 75ml ends 26/06/2016. Offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotio…
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Colgate 100ml Max Fresh Toothpaste - £0.87 @ Wilko instore

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100ml pump action Colgate Max Fresh Toothpaste just 87p instore at Wilko. Reduced to clear! Found in Wilko Carmarthen, not sure if national.
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75ml Wilko Toothpaste - 6p instore

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Wilko toothpaste 75ml for a bargain 6p. Can't really argue with that! Not bad for a few coppers rustling in your back pocket. Not sure if national, found in Carmarthen store.
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Good cleaning the fridge :3
terayon00
Great for cleaning car headlights
Also brilliant for cleaning silver, a lot cheaper and a lot quicker than specific products
Dr_Lovegod
benjammin316
Bargain that. I've never bought into the idea of spending £2 on a tube and using a £50 electric toothbrush, mental.
Heat added fam
No different than buying a £700 iPhone and popping a case on from pound land.
Err......don't think you've quite 'got' benjammin316's comment! X)
kay1992
Looks like paint X)


As long as it's white paint :{
a little washing up in the brush does do a better job and whitens the enamel
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Oral - B Pro Health Toothpaste 96g @ Home Bargains For 99p.

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This is usually between £2.99 - £3.49 at major supermarkets. They also have the White & Naturally Fresh 100g for 99p.
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Just bought 10 at beckton home bargains, more than 50 left on shelf, thanks op
Jase79
Speculator
Saw these last Monday @ Harlow.
Equivalent to about 95ml so better value than the UK version. Didn't buy because already bought 18 tubes of 75ml Oral B Pro Expert @ Asda for 50p each.
Asda for 50p each??
Yes, Asda Ware but price went back up to £2 (£1.50 discount) the next day after I bought all the 50p stock.



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good find op, heat added
Speculator
Saw these last Monday @ Harlow.

Equivalent to about 95ml so better value than the UK version. Didn't buy because already bought 18 tubes of 75ml Oral B Pro Expert @ Asda for 50p each.


Asda for 50p each??
Saw these last Monday @ Harlow.

Equivalent to about 95ml so better value than the UK version. Didn't buy because already bought 18 tubes of 75ml Oral B Pro Expert @ Asda for 50p each.
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Sensodyne Pronamel Tooth Paste £2.00 @ Morrisons

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Sensodyne Tooth Paste normally £4.00 but half price Morrisons - Penny_saver
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where?
It's in all Morrisons stores but I got my from Small Heath Birmingham
where?
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Arm And Hammer Advanced White/Sensitive Toothpaste 75Ml Was £2.50 Now £1.00 (60% Off) @ Tesco

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60% off here from Tesco on Arm & Hammer. Offer valid for delivery from from tomorrow. Tesco - £1.00 Morrisons - £2.44 ASDA - £2.50 Sainsbury's - £2.50 Waitrose - £2.50 Ocado - £2.5…
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Always this price in poundland / 99 p stores, B&M etc.

Not really a "deal". This is much better than Colgate though so if you don't have any of these stores and only a Tesco near you, you should stock up!
they are selling these in poundland and allways have done ! . never like these though. they have a gritty horrible feeling after brushing and doesn't give me a fresh breath !. I think oral B that contains mouthwash from poundland is the best value for money as they are £2.50 from tesco !
I'm sure my dentist has a hammer in his arm when he's fixing my teeth! :D

Edited By: themachman on Jun 15, 2016 02:26
Receding guns shouldn't have anything to do with the toothpaste you use, it's down to the toothbrush you use and the way you brush, typically brushing too hard.

I read online some time ago that Arm & Hammer toothpastes actually claimed to be the least abrasive out of all the major brands! It seems that many use baking soda toothpastes as a way of cleaning their teeth to prevent receding gums.

I've been using this myself for years and I'd probably say my oral health has been the healthiest it's ever been! :)

And I've been buying it in Poundland for years too ;)
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JellybearXo
I used this for a month it works
then went to dentist & told me my gums wer receding
I was in shock since iv stopped using this my dentist has said my gums are now fine after 2 visits
Carefull dealers
This is alarming. How true is this?

Alarming?, yes!.

For many years I have always wondered on these 'Whitening' Toothpaste's mind ..... :-(

Hmmmmmmmmmm.