Oral-B is having a great (Sorry, coupon EXPIRED) 50% off rebate sale on their electric toothbrushes. Our old Ultrasonex toothbrushes can’t hold the charges anymore so it was great timing. Costco also has a $15 off coupon on their Oral-B toothbrushes this month. Here is the deal at Costco.
($100 – $15 coupon) – 50% off = $42.50 for two toothbrushes!
This is a great deal and these Oral-B toothbrushes work very well for me. It’s much better than our 3 years old Ultrasonex. If you’re still using a regular toothbrush, here is your chance to try the latest technology. I was ready to pay $85, but then I found this rebate. YES! We only have one set of teeth after all, but I’ll take the discount.
The Mega Roundup
First off – big news! I’ll be a weekly contributor at the U.S. News‘ retirement section. It was quite difficult for me to write in the “AP” style, but I’ll get better at it – Side Income Ideas for Retirement. This post also got picked up on Yahoo! and gave us a little traffic boost yesterday.
Young and Thrifty is taking a week off to hike Vancouver’s West Coast Trail. Have fun! She asked a controversial question – Are Financially Independent Women a Turn On?
Niki @ Debt Free By Thirty is Debt Free!!! Congratulation! Here are the nine steps that helped them become debt free.
Financial Samurai is Finding Love Gets Harder As We Grow Older.
Tight Fisted Miser had a great July. See his July Income Report.
Sandy @ Yes, I am Cheap posted a moving story about her friend who lifted up everyone around him – Charity Begins With You.
First Gen American wrote about her uncle’s experience through WWII and being an immigrant to the USA. Great reads, but very sad ending.
The roller coaster ride on the stock market this week has everyone blogging!
Boomer & Echo – Investment Strategies: Tune Out The Noise, Stick To The Plan
Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance – What should I do with my investments now?
Brave New Life - Investing In Stocks When Fear Is High
Passive Income Earner – Portfolio Diversification and Asset Allocation
Money Cone – Market Meltdown, What Should You Do?
Buck Inspired – Trust your trading system
The College Investor’s Market thoughts
Darwin’s Money – You should NOT be losing sleep over this market crash
Mega Roundup from our friends around the blogoshere.
$weating The Big Stuff – Budgeting Isn’t For Everyone: Is It For You?
101 Centavos – Save Money at the Farm Stand
Mom Vesting – Investing in Yourself: Get Out of Your Funk.
Krantcents – Old Guys Win!
Invest With Passion – Fixed Mortgage Rate Drop
Live Real Now – Is that the best you can do?
Sustainable Personal Finance – PayPal Currency Exchange USD to CAD Workaround
One Cent At A Time – Best CD Rates
My Journey to Millions – How I increase my Net Worth 50% this year
The Family CEO – Investing in Dividend Stocks: My First Baby Steps
Dining Out Challenge – Feeding One at Chinese Wok for Less than $5
Financial Success For Young Adults – Is QE3 coming?
Sustainable Life Blog – 6 Smart Money Saving Tips You Can Do Everyday
Invest It Wisely – A journey to a beautiful land of coffee and contrasts
Broke Professionals – Stay cool for less
Money is the Root – Variable vs Fixed Costs
Little House in the Vally – Maximizing Space and Minimizing Cost
Superfrugalette – The Client is always Right
Mom’s Plan – How One Family Survived Unemployment
Minting Nickles – How to accept an expensive gift without biting someone’s head off
Everyday Tips and Thoughts’ 7 links project
The Saved Quarter – The pea in the pod waved! cute story!
Prairie Eco Thrifter – 5 benefits of organic agriculture
Money Reasons – Spreadsheet helps me conquer debt
The Financial Blogger – Time for a swift kick in the butt
Accountant By Day – Economic Unease
Squirreler – Inexpensive Summer Fun for the family
Financially Consumed – Ignore Liquidity And Pay The Price