Crest toothpaste 6 for £1 instore @ Watt brothers Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
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Crest toothpaste 6 for £1 instore @ Watt brothers Sauchiehall Street Glasgow

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LocalFound 26th Mar 2017
Crest 50ml toothpaste 6 for £1 at watt brothers in stores.

Found it at Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
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Thanks for posting. I edited the thread assumping it was 6 for £1 but you've edited saying they are 16p each, so if these are 16p each why are they not charging 96p for 6?
andywedge

Thanks for posting. I edited the thread assumping it was 6 for £1 but … Thanks for posting. I edited the thread assumping it was 6 for £1 but you've edited saying they are 16p each, so if these are 16p each why are they not charging 96p for 6?


Don't worry, I owe you 4p
foreverfine

Don't worry, I owe you 4p


I'm confused. Are they 16p each of 6 for £1?
andywedge

I'm confused. Are they 16p each of 6 for £1?



6 for £1 so works around 16p each toothpaste
It clearly shows in the picture 50p each...
bbfb123

It clearly shows in the picture 50p each...


And says "or 6 for 1£" in the black circle next to 50p
Some people clearly don't understand rounding up/down!
what's the point in brushing your teeth with this
£1 or maybe €1.14 in a few years time
Edited by: "micpwelsh" 26th Mar 2017
shahidali47

what's the point in brushing your teeth with this



​For the same reason you would use Oral-b, Colgate, etc. You are assuming the toothpaste is not good because, just a guess here, it's cheaper compared to other brands or you are not familiar with the name/brand?

Crest is made by the same American company that makes Pampers diapers, Head & shoulder shampoo. I think they also make Gillette, Braun and Oral-b, and these products are sold all over the world.

I think the problem here is that they have not invested in advertising as others big brands to brainwash people.

Shane McGowan swears by Crest.
50ml is a half size tube.
Otto.uk

​For the same reason you would use Oral-b, Colgate, etc. You are assuming … ​For the same reason you would use Oral-b, Colgate, etc. You are assuming the toothpaste is not good because, just a guess here, it's cheaper compared to other brands or you are not familiar with the name/brand? Crest is made by the same American company that makes Pampers diapers, Head & shoulder shampoo. I think they also make Gillette, Braun and Oral-b, and these products are sold all over the world. I think the problem here is that they have not invested in advertising as others big brands to brainwash people.



i got crest when it was 50p in poundland at xmas time. nothing wrong with it at all. id buy it again, I usually use colgate
Edited by: "Polly_P" 26th Mar 2017
Council toothpaste
Using caster sugar will have similar effect
Polly_P

i got crest when it was 50p in poundland at xmas time. nothing wrong with … i got crest when it was 50p in poundland at xmas time. nothing wrong with it at all. id buy it again, I usually use colgate



Yep!, same here too. :-)
If only this Deal was around when I was around ..... :-)
Dam some already posted it to eBay 6 for 3.00 and 2.80 delivery I thought I could sell it to lol
surnjit

Dam some already posted it to eBay 6 for 3.00 and 2.80 delivery I thought … Dam some already posted it to eBay 6 for 3.00 and 2.80 delivery I thought I could sell it to lol



They must be kidding?. :-(

I know of physical Pound Shops I can STILL get 2 x 100ML Crest Toothpastes for ONLY £1 for the 2!.

So why would anyone want to bother with that ..... dwl!. :-)
amour3k

They must be kidding?. :-(I know of physical Pound Shops I can STILL get … They must be kidding?. :-(I know of physical Pound Shops I can STILL get 2 x 100ML Crest Toothpastes for ONLY £1 for the 2!.So why would anyone want to bother with that ..... dwl!. :-)



They already sold 4 today I don't have a clue why
for all the active ingredient is fluoride so dependent on the concentration it doesn't really matter if it's this or some budget brand it's much like ibuprofen or paracetamol I.e. it's about the active ingredient
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