Razors are never cheap, but you can now save a few extra dollars by using the latest Dollar Shave Club Coupon; also, see below which stores carry this brand to know where you can use the coupons.
New High Value! Dollar Shave Club Coupon
- Save $4.00 off any Dollar Shave Club product
Available in Print Format or Choose Cashback
While supplies Last.
At Walmart, you can purchase DSC products starting at $9.97 for either Shaving foam or a 4-blade Razor. ( Regular Price)
Where to Purchase DSC Razors in Canada
If you want to use your printed dollar shave club coupon, check out the following two stores that should accept printed coupons.
Joining the Dollar Shave Club Subscription
I remember finding out about the Dollar Shave Club mail subscription just after the Harry Shave Club came out with a subscription to have razor refills delivered to your home.
Once upon a time, you would have to pay shipping out of the USA, but now with expansions and Univlever owning the DSC brand since 2016, the refills are much easier to deliver in Canada.
“Dollar Shave Club couldn’t be simpler. Please select one razor, pay one low monthly fee, and we will send them right to your door. No more over-paying for fancy brand-name shave tech. No more forgetting to buy your blades.”
When you sign up, you can get started online for a $15.00 intro price.
What to Consider when Purchasing a Razor
The price of the razor is an essential factor to consider when shopping around. Depending on what type of razor you are looking for, prices can range from under $10 to over $30. Finding one that fits your budget and delivers the performance you need. If you’re looking for a durable razor, it may be worth investing in something more expensive than a single-use disposable razor.
The type of blade used in the razor is another factor when making your purchase decision. Single-blade razors provide a close shave but require more skill to use properly; multi-blade razors offer convenience but can cause irritation if not used correctly; safety razors offer precision and control; electric razors are great if you don’t want to spend too much time shaving; and cartridge razors offer flexibility with their interchangeable blades.
Think about how comfortable the handle feels in your hand while considering its weight and size – both should feel comfortable while providing enough balance to get an even shave. The handle design also impacts ergonomics – which means it should help reduce strain on wrists during use and grip – i.e., how easily the razor slips out of wet hands while shaving.