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Kirkland allergy on sale at Costco.com: $9.99/365 pills AllerClear (Claritin), $13.49/365 pills Aller-tec (Zyrtec), 25.99/120 Aller-Fex (Allegra) with FS

ShawnaC123 1,753 March 16, 2013 at 07:02 PM in Health & Beauty (2) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Costco.com has some discounts on their Kirkland Signature brands of Allergy medications through 3/31 or while supplies last.
5% surcharge for non-members. (You have to pay the 5% on the pre-discount price, but it's only a few cents difference.)

I bought some of these a year ago when they were posted on the front page:
http://slickdeals.net/permadeal/70640/costco-wholesale-kirkland-signature-ibuprofen-and-allergy-relief-365ct-10mg-antihistamine-15.50-120ct-180mg-allerfex-allergy-relief

My supply is running low and I found that the Aller-Tec Cetirizine HCl is cheaper now than it was then and the Aller-Fex Fexofenadine HCl is around the same price. Also found a year's supply of AllerClear Loratadine for $9.99.

These are great prices compared to what you'll pay for generic allergy meds in stores. I used to pay around $18 for a three month supply of Cetirizine.

Aller-Tec Cetirizine HCl (Zyrtec) 10mg 365 tablets $13.49: http://www.costco.com/.product.11312465.html

Aller-Fex Fexofenadine HCl (Allegra) 180 mg 120 tablets $25.99: http://www.costco.com/newurl.prod...27103.html

AllerClear Loratadine (Claritin) 10 mg 365 tablets $9.99: http://www.costco.com/.product.11602332.html

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Definitely FRONT PAGE bound. Everyone remember to rep the OP.

In for $176 worth of wellness. Thx OP.
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nice find, picked up some AllerClear!
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Just to give you an idea of how good of a deal this is, I just paid $33
for 300 generic Zyrted tablets from Walgreens, and thought I was getting
a deal.
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Definitely FRONT PAGE bound. Everyone remember to rep the OP.

In for $176 worth of wellness. Thx OP.
Wow you either have a big family or horrible allergies. Either way, my apologies. Smilie
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Wow you either have a big family or horrible allergies. Either way, my apologies. Smilie
prepper...
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prepper...
I don't know what that means.
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Great deal. It's like the holy land of cheap, generic and effective drugs
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I don't know what that means.
preparing for harder times when luxuries like allergy drugs may either not be available or too expensive for most folks to attain.

if inclined, start your research journey here - survivalblog.com
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preparing for harder times when luxuries like allergy drugs may either not be available or too expensive for most folks to attain.

if inclined, start your research journey here - survivalblog.com
I see. But what about expiration dates? I mean I take pills for a year or so after but I am guessing at a point they lose efficacy.
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I'm a big Zyrtec user, but how would this generic compare? Any users of generics? I don't feel anywhere near confident to buy 365 pills of something I'm not sure will work... Paying 4c a pill for this generic would make me infinitely happy vs paying 45c for brand Zyrtec.
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I see. But what about expiration dates? I mean I take pills for a year or so after but I am guessing at a point they lose efficacy.

I have no idea which one works for me. I picked up the cheapest one which is AllerClear. I believe the expiration date on it is 10/14.
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I'm a big Zyrtec user, but how would this generic compare? Any users of generics? I don't feel anywhere near confident to buy 365 pills of something I'm not sure will work... Paying 4c a pill for this generic would make me infinitely happy vs paying 45c for brand Zyrtec.
I have been using this Kirkland generic Zyrtec for the past year. It works all right. Sometimes I have to take two pills a day instead of one. I haven't really used Zyrtec enough to know if it is better than the generic. But still it is far less than half the cost to get the generic, so even if I take more I come out ahead.
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I see. But what about expiration dates? I mean I take pills for a year or so after but I am guessing at a point they lose efficacy.
I would never suggest YOU not adhere to those expiration dates, but there is a growing chorus of citizen research that indicates those expiration dates are developed for marketing/sales needs alone. Search around. Interest in 'prepping' isn't an instant on/off. It grows over time. Read on the subject a few minutes a day the rest of the week and maybe it'll catch your imagination. Feel free to PM me along the way.
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sams club has the claritin generic for $13.42 - 400ct (3.3 cents/pill). For those that don't have a costco nearby.
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