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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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#76
I saw these in the Costco sale flyer but didn't know what they were, thanks for pointing it out. I usually use Claritin so I guess I'll pick up one of those.
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Quote from vickh View Post :
most decongestants= drowsy
Most patients = misinformed

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoephedrine

See: stimulant
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#78
thanks OP. comes out to $11 after tax in CA
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Quote from orizzle View Post :
"D" means decongestant - not "drowsy"

The antihistamine in Semprex-D is non-sedating also.

..... but also has a warning for people with High Blood Pressure, etc!
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#80
As far as I know, the only 2nd/3rd gen H1 blocker on the $4 dollar list is loratadine ($10 for 3 months at Walmart and Target with a prescription). Therefore, this seems like a slick deal since it comes out to $10 per year instead of $40.

Quote from Slickd3aler View Post :
Which is the best? I've tried Zyrtec and Claritin and they seem to not do anything. My sinuses and allergies are so bad that fluid collects under my eyes and makes them puffy Frown
It sounds like you need a nasal steroid (eg, flonase, nasonex) in addition to the oral antihistamine. If that doesn't help, you should probably see an allergist for further testing and desensitization.


Quote from orizzle View Post :
For anyone looking to save a couple of bucks on an antihistamine (like Zyrtec) plus Sudafed (decongestant) - talk to your local pharmacist. There's a drug called Semprex-D out there, that you might just be able to get for free.
I would recommend against chronic Semprex-D usage. Per wikipedia, acrivastine (the antihistamine in Semprex-D) has a half life of 1.5 hours (vs 8-14 for the other antihistamines on sale in this thread). Which means roughly 6% of the medicine is still in your blood at 6 hours (ie, you probably would be taking it two to three times per day as opposed to once a day). Moreover, you probably should not be taking a decongestant chronically.
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#81
Back when I had to take a Pseudoephedrine-based allergy med for a half a year, it was pretty expensive for a small amount and I asked if there were ways to get a large amount of it because i had a prescription (maybe cheaper in bulk or w/insurance). I had no idea what meth was made out of and they probably looked at me as a young guy trying to buy ingreds for "product"
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Quote from bjamm View Post :
Just passing the deal along so reps please!
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.
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#83
Quote from TCC11 View Post :
I recommend Alavert (lortadine), as it is free of lactose. My allergist for YEARS had me on Zyrtek, which has lactose monohydrate in it. As a result of using the product for more than 10 years, my lactose intolerance turned into a severe dairy allergy.

Roughly 70% medications (including asthma inhalers and benadyl) use lactose as a filler, consult with your pharmacist for exact inactive ingredients.
TY and reps!
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Quote from k-y View Post :
Isn't Loratadine the same as AllerClear/Claritin?
Lortadine is the active ingredient. Most Claritin products contain lactose monohydrate.
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Quote from orizzle View Post :
Most patients = misinformed

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoephedrine

See: stimulant

didn't say all

Also like others have mentioned chronic decongestants=bad...
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Quote from vickh View Post :
didn't say all

Also like others have mentioned chronic decongestants=bad...
EBM proof suggesting that chronic decongestant use is bad =
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#87
Oh sure now it gets front paged, but not when I posted it last month.
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Quote from bjamm View Post :
Just passing the deal along so reps please! Smilie
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Reputation Points

Reputation points are a measure of good posts in the deal and tech support forums. Some users wanted some way to distinguish between great deal hunters and people who post a lot in the lounge and podium. Begging for points is frowned upon.
This is me, frowning upon you Mad
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#89
Woot woot! Thanks op.
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#90
My insurance does not cover generic zyrtec. Doc put me on Xyzal which is very similar to Zrytec but just isn't as effective for me. I hope this works out.
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