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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

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Last Edited by widgit March 18, 2013 at 04:58 PM
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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Getting my ass kicked here by citrus
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Thanks, and bought the Zyrtec generic. Some people react better to some medicine. I personally tried all 3 brands before going back to Zyrtec, which was the one the doctor recommended. Allegra did nothing for me, and Claritin did a little, but nowhere near as what Zyrtec could do, which was one pill in the morning and I was good for the day. Thanks for posting this deal.

Reminder it ends at the end of this month! Even with the non-member surcharge, it sure as heck beats the $25 for 60 Zyrtec pills, though not sure I'll use all 365 pills. What was that about "prepping"?
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#33
Thanks to OP! Doc just put me on Allegra, but had no idea just how expensive some of that OTC stuff is.....
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#34
Anyone know if these are even cheaper in store?
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Quote from scottman View Post :
Anyone know if these are even cheaper in store?
Same price in store.

Quote from tadrian View Post :
Thanks, and bought the Zyrtec generic. Some people react better to some medicine. I personally tried all 3 brands before going back to Zyrtec, which was the one the doctor recommended. Allegra did nothing for me, and Claritin did a little, but nowhere near as what Zyrtec could do, which was one pill in the morning and I was good for the day. Thanks for posting this deal.

Reminder it ends at the end of this month! Even with the non-member surcharge, it sure as heck beats the $25 for 60 Zyrtec pills, though not sure I'll use all 365 pills. What was that about "prepping"?
If those 3 don't work, you need Sudafed (the stuff you need to show your drivers licenses to get)
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#36
I bought some of the Claritin and it doesn't seem to work as well as the Zyrtec. I'm debating on if I should buy some of the Zyrtec before the deal is over cause I still have some left and now a crapload of Claritin.

Oh well I have a couple days to decide.
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Just was at my store and the prices are actually cheaper in the store. Generic claritin was $8.69, and the others were also about $1-$2 cheaper than online. They also have children's allertec for $6.99. Was tempted to get one of each but it would just go bad unless I become a drug dealer.
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#38
Thanks OP Smilie Read this through red, itchy eyes.....
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#39
Pretty much everyday price for the Zyrtec compared to amazon

ETA: I guess this includes shipping so it is a bit cheaper!
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Last day!
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Quote from pinkertonfloyd View Post :
They also have 400 Zyrtec for the same price... I just bought some this week. You get a 100 bottle and a 300 bottle...

Sams are made in the USA by Perrigo, probably one of the best pharma companies in the business. (They probably make Costco also).
I realize this is an old thread and deal expired, but I dont see the 400ct zyrtec at sams now, only the 100ct for $36
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Quote from Tornadochaser View Post :
I realize this is an old thread and deal expired, but I dont see the 400ct zyrtec at sams now, only the 100ct for $36

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/simp...navAction=
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