A True Value: Spinbrush $25 Giveaway

by Sami

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SpinbrushIt’s hard to find a true value these days.

In a world of extreme couponing and freebie frenzy, many people would rather sacrifice quality for value. But what does value really mean? When you consider that what you can get for free doesn’t always stand the test of time, it makes you reconsider what is or is not a true value.

That being said, cheaper does not always mean ‘cheap’ when it comes to value. When it comes to high-end products, like electronics, people will often pay more because they think that means they’ll automatically get a better product. I’m so happy to say that isn’t the case with the Arm & Hammer Spinbrush ProClean & the kids counterpart, the kids Spinbrush.

I’ve had an electric toothbrush for years and made the investment because I believed my dental health was worth it. I’m not going to say there’s anything wrong with an electric toothbrush, but if you can get the same effect for one tenth of the price with the Spinbrush, then why not try the better value?!

I want to help you find that true value with two ways to save money:
1. A coupon for $4 off the Spinbrush

2. A chance to win a $25 Visa gift card!

To enter to win a $25 Visa Gift Card, I want to know what you think is a true value. Maybe it’s something you’re willing to spend more money on or maybe it’s just something you can’t live without that’s invaluable to you.  Either way, just leave a comment below before midnight on August 15 to be eligible to win.



This is a sponsored post for Church & Dwight Co., Inc, the maker of ARM & HAMMER branded products, who is compensating me to try different products. Get a $4.00 coupon for ARM & HAMMER Spinbrush then head over to The Switch & Save Challenge to keep up with all of the bloggers and enter to win $25,000.

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Jessica T. August 27, 2011 - 12:46 pm

I think a true value is getting a good deal on something I really need, not spending money on something I don’t need.

Heather S August 21, 2011 - 10:59 am

I use coupons to purchase lots of household or basic dry food staples, but I splurge on organic meat, fruits and veggies; those I feel have true value and are worth spending a bit more on…

sami August 21, 2011 - 2:48 pm

So true! I’m always telling people the same thing 🙂

Daryl Taylor-Hazel August 18, 2011 - 10:47 pm

A true value is a tooth product that my five year old twin sons will actually enjoy. And they love spinning toothbrushes.

Lacasha Rittenberry August 18, 2011 - 12:03 pm

We have certain things that we always without fail buy organic or name brand. Some things you can get cheaper but the quality is so poor you dont even want it! Pick and choose over certain items…and save on the other things!!!

Liz Taylor August 18, 2011 - 12:03 pm

Chocolate is a true value to me. Doesn’t matter how much it costs, it almost always makes me feel better and that is priceless! 🙂

Rachel Wojnarowski August 18, 2011 - 11:34 am

I default to eternal mode when thinking of true value. But from a tangible perspective, true value is paying the lowest price possible for the item that will have the greatest endurance.

Tabitha August 18, 2011 - 10:42 am

True value to me is in bringing my loved ones together ,priceless.

Allen August 18, 2011 - 10:29 am

True Value is a way to save money without having to sacrafice quality. We should all be good stewards of our money, as the Bible tells us.

nichelle clemons August 18, 2011 - 9:40 am

Breyer ‘s butter pecan. I pay more for that delicious natural taste.

Melanie August 18, 2011 - 9:26 am

A true value I have learned to appreciate this summer is state parks. We have been camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, and canoeing at state parks and overall, it’s is pretty inexpensive. It is nice to get out and enjoy nature while teaching the kids that fun doesn’t have to cost a lot. It’s a great lesson in conservation also–use what we have available and take care of it so we can continue to use it.

Lorrie August 18, 2011 - 9:25 am

A True Value as I see it, is getting the best “bang” for my buck in so many words. A True Value might cost more upfront, but will last longer, or gives more product for the cost. I am not one to shop via unit pricing, BUT will if I see that the True Value of this particuliar item benifits me one way or the other.

A True Value, is trusted branding as well. I know that XYZ laundry detergent last me longer than ABC laundry Detergent. While XYZ might cost more but overall its the true value I am seeking.

Happy Thursday!

Jessica B August 18, 2011 - 9:23 am

Family time. I`m willing to spend money to go somewhere just to get my kids out of the house. No one can experience anything sitting at home using the internet. I love to find staycation deals, but I`ll spend more if that means leaving them with memories all while being educated.

heather johnson August 18, 2011 - 9:22 am

kraft mac & cheese – it’s still my favorite and it’s only 67 cents – what better value on the planet is there?



Mari August 16, 2011 - 4:36 pm

I think the most valuable (and priceless) gift that parents can give a child is a happy marriage, in which the parents treat each other with respect and love. I firmly believe that when parents argue negatively (name calling, insults, and swearing) that it changes the fabric of a child’s personality and colors their perception of the world.

Jessie C. August 16, 2011 - 11:29 am

A true value to me is to bring a smile to someone else, from a small friendly gesture to strangers or sending parcels, greeting cards to my family all over the world.

tess August 16, 2011 - 9:30 am

True valve would be something to help my day goes easier and smoother with my kids and anything that helps keep them safe
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Mami2jcn August 16, 2011 - 8:53 am

I really think that there’s no price you can put on a good education. Even though I’ve been a stay at home mom for the past 8 years, I’m very glad that I was able to get my Bachelor’s Degree at 21 and my Master’s Degree at 26. I would love for my children to also learn the value of a good education.

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