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Kirkland Signature Allergy Relief: 120-Ct 180mg Aller-Fex $25.50, 365-Ct 10mg Aller-Tec $14, 365-Ct 10mg AllerClear

bjamm 242 April 16, 2013 at 05:36 PM in Health & Beauty (2) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Promoted 04-17-2013 at 09:00 PM View Original Post

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Edited April 17, 2013 at 07:22 PM by widgit
I posted this last year about this time. http://slickdeals.net/f/4053524-365-Tablets-Kirkland-Allergy-Medicine-Costco-com-Zyrtec-for-14-49-shipped-or-Claritin-for-11-09-shipped?referrerid=147851 Stock up now for the summer seasonal allergies. I still have my supply from last year so I'm passing this time. Just passing the deal along so reps please! Smilie The Allerfex works best for me. Posted last month but the prices have been lowered again and are even cheaper than last year.

Manufacturer’s discount is valid 4/11/13 through 5/5/13. While supplies last.

Costco - Kirkland Signature™ Aller-Tec™ Cetirizine HCL/ Antihistamine Tablets 10mg. (Compare to Zyrtec) ( Amazon Zyrtec 70ct for $29.33)
http://www.costco.com/newurl.prod...12465.html - $12.99 shipped.

Kirkland Signature™ AllerClear® Non-Drowsy* (Compare to Claritin) (Amazon has 45tablet for $24.43)
Loratadine 10 mg/Antihistamine - $9.99 shipped
http://www.costco.com/newurl.prod...02332.html

Costco - Kirkland Signature™ Aller-Fex 180 mg 24 Hour Allergy Relief (Compare to Allegra Allergy) (Amazon has 45ct for $24)
http://www.costco.com/newurl.prod...27103.html - $23.99

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Quote from Prologik View Post :
Just passing the deal along? Doesn't look so altruistic to me when in the same breath you fish for REPS, with an exclamation and a please. You successfully implied selflessness while politely shouting for REPS and not get flamed for it. Congrats, I've seen OP's get stoned for less, as I'm sure you have with your near tenure here on SD. Bygones.
Lol im not really that worried about it. Reps or not doesnt bother me.. Just everyone enjoy the deal if you suffer or dont have insurance. Many people might have missed out if this had not been posted and this is about the only time they go on sale like this, esp shipped online.
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Quote from bjamm View Post :
Lol im not really that worried about it. Reps or not doesnt bother me.. Just everyone enjoy the deal if you suffer or dont have insurance. Many people might have missed out if this had not been posted and this is about the only time they go on sale like this, esp shipped online.
I'm one of those that are without, so I know. I usually take generic Benadryl or if my back is hurting more than normally, my favorite, Advil severe allergy. Glad you're in good spirits. Ive been flamed for using their instead of they're, even had posts deleted because a Mod, a bigot of the worst kind, go as far as to delete my post because he/she thought it was off topic! So much for the first amendment. Still, good deal and all, glad you didn't get tarred and feathered. Smilie Left off an apostrophe to give someone fodder. Big Grin
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Quote from firemedic1343 View Post :
What part of Florida? I only ask because Florida has huge differences in different areas(i.e. Key West vs. Panhandle)
I've spent most of my time between Orlando, Tampa Bay and Sarasota.

Never had any allegy issues anywhere I've travelled to in Florida either - e.g. Key West/Miami, Atlantic Coast.

Perhaps, I'm just lucky?
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Think everyone needs to have this Smilie
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Quote from gtd2000 View Post :
I've spent most of my time between Orlando, Tampa Bay and Sarasota.

Never had any allegy issues anywhere I've travelled to in Florida either - e.g. Key West/Miami, Atlantic Coast.

Perhaps, I'm just lucky?
I never had any issues in South Florida or North East Florida. But Central Florida just kills me. It's the only place in the world that's ever hit me with allergies.
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I stocked up on the cetirizine. Thanks!
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Quote from Boost_addict View Post :
Can't wait for Costco to market a generic of Singulair. Anyone seen anything in store yet? It works the best for me with seasonal allergies.
It's not sold over the counter and I doubt you'll see that happen any time soon.
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#113
Great Deal OP, just ran out of the Zyrtec from the thread you posted last year!
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#114
In for one of all three. Thanks.
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#115
went to a B&M store. picked up 2 allerclears (8.69) and 2 aller-tec (11.99) . came home and noticed there was a exp date on each bottle (exp in 8/14). returned 3 and kept 1 aller-tec (zyrtec).

not worth stocking up just to save a couple bucks, since they are 365 day supplies, the potency would diminish by the time you would have to get to your 2nd bottle... unless you like taking expired medication.
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If they haven't been opened would the potency diminish that much?
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its a controversial subject but there are factors like if the medication has been opened/humidity/temperature. but that doesn't mean you should take old medication. companies do change their formulas and what not. there was study done with expired medication and the potency level was still around 90%. but those medications were unopened and still sealed.

to answer your question about drowsiness, it all depends on how your body reacts to it. just have to try it and see which one works better.

"The Expiration date on the packaging of a drug is based on the stability of the medicine in its original sealed container. The date does not mean that the drug becomes unstable after the indicated date; it means that the drug in its sealed container will still be stable at that point in time. The average expiration date for a drug product in its labeled shelf life is between 1 and 5 years. When the container is opened and used, the expiration date on the container does not apply. The expiration date doesn’t necessarily indicate a time in which the medication is ineffective or unsafe."
http://www.doctorsolve.com/blog/2...o-use.html

seriously though, you have roughly a year to finish the product, just buy some more when youre finished. its only $3. thus, why costco is getting rid of their supply. youre already saving a ton of money on buying a 365ct supply than a 30ct for twice as much. unless you plan on buying enough to save yourself a substantial amount (ie $50), why waste the storage space?
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