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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

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Edited April 17, 2013 at 08:22 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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#91
Quote from nothingfor View Post :
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.
What insurance covers Over The Counter meds?
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#92
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.
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#93
Suffering with severe springtime allergies for 30 years. Found Zyrtec, about 6 years ago, to be the most effective for me. Been using Costco Allertec for 4 years. Even the dog, a Bichon, gets Allertec for his allergies.

This year I started taking the Allertec at bed time and using local honey daily. Local honey is supposed to help allergies(allergy sufferers will try anything). Old wives tale or not, best allergy season I can remember.

In my experience seasonal allergies need to anticipated. Start Zyrtec, Claritin etc. before or at the very first signs of allergy symptoms. Then you must stay on top of your allergies. Do not let them ever rage out of control. If symptoms recur while taking you daily medication, take Benedryl immediately as a supplement to you daily medication to knock those symptoms back.

Sniff, good luck to all.
Last edited by josim April 19, 2013 at 07:25 AM
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#94
Quote from chong67 View Post :
Most people get allegies from pollens now. Ever want to live in Houston? Its all flat lands and no pine trees. Arizona too. Its just a thought. Southeast USA is bad for allegies suffers.
Not in my experience...

I'm actually Scottish (allergies are really bad there for me - mainly due to grass and oil seed rape crops) and when I first moved to Florida from Hong Kong (lived there completely allergy free for 6 years!) I only got mild sneezing during April time. The rest of the year in Florida is great apart from the hellish humidity during the summer months.

Right now I'm in NorCal (East Bay Area) and I'm starting to get allergies but still nowhere near as bad as I've experienced in the UK or EU. Popped one of my Dollar Tree Cetirizine tabs yesterday and all is well right now.

I think the regional location is only relevant to the type of allergies that you suffer from.

Edit: The worst pollen levels I've experienced in the USA was in Missouri
Last edited by gtd2000 April 19, 2013 at 09:00 AM
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#95
Top tips from me for reducing allergy problems from pollen include.

Live in a city...
Keep windows and curtain/drapes closed in your bedroom during allergy season
Avoid going to green areas
Don't air dry clothes outside during allergy season
There's no such thing as fresh clean air when it's ridden with pollen....

Doing all, or most, of the above should minimize red itchy eyes, streaming noses and rubbing the roof your mouth with your tongue, trying to scratch that maddening itch somewhere near your brain laugh out loud
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Quote from gtd2000 View Post :
Not in my experience...

I'm actually Scottish (allergies are really bad there for me - mainly due to grass and oil seed rape crops) and when I first moved to Florida from Hong Kong (lived there completely allergy free for 6 years!) I only got mild sneezing during April time. The rest of the year in Florida is great apart from the hellish humidity during the summer months.

Right now I'm in NorCal (East Bay Area) and I'm starting to get allergies but still nowhere near as bad as I've experienced in the UK or EU. Popped one of my Dollar Tree Cetirizine tabs yesterday and all is well right now.

I think the regional location is only relevant to the type of allergies that you suffer from.

Edit: The worst pollen levels I've experienced in the USA was in Missouri
Yes-St Louis posts a mold & pollen counts-it is bad in Missouri for allergy sufferers!
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#97
Quote from DJ3xclusive View Post :
Is it really the same as grey goose?!?
Yep, the Reddit crowd talks about it once in a while:
http://www.reddit.com/r/AdviceAni...of_costco/
http://www.reddit.com/r/Frugal/co...re/c6ouahw
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#98
already stocked up from bj's but thanks OP. love my zyrtec generics
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Quote from disneymommy View Post :
Wish I could take the generic Zyrtec....but the only thing that works for me is the Zyrtec-D. It is only 12 hours....so I take it each morning....and then Benadryl at night. I buy generic, but it still costs me $14 every 24 days for the generic Zyrtec-D.

Someone else probably responded by I'm going to anyways just in case. Zyrtec-D as others said, is just Zyrtec with Sudafed, but as others said, you get that one behind the county at the pharmacy, just give your ID.

So if you want to save money, just buy the generic Zyrtec at Costco, the Kirkland brand, one of the three that is posted here, then just go to the pharmacy, and get the Sudafed, but ask if generic is available to save money. If they ran out, you can go check out another pharmacy. Just the down fall is that Sudafed not 12 hours so you would have to take it as much as you need it, I think it's every 4-6 hours so you'd have to take it around 3-4 times a day, which is why the generic Zyrtec D you got is only every 12 hours because they probably do not make Sudafed 24hr, probably just 12.

Aller-Tec is on say for $13 for a whole year supply. And you could buy the Pseudofed at the pharmacy, generic, and this would probably save you money, because the Aller-Tec is 24hrs. And you can skip the Benedryl. They do offer Benedryl in generics as well just an FYI.

editing:
Actually I do remember buying 12 hr Sudafed before but I found it not as effective for me, so I stick with the regular one. Just make sure you ask for generic to save money.
Last edited by pookiegirl April 20, 2013 at 12:45 PM
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Quote from gtd2000 View Post :
Top tips from me for reducing allergy problems from pollen include.

Live in a city...
Keep windows and curtain/drapes closed in your bedroom during allergy season
Avoid going to green areas
Don't air dry clothes outside during allergy season
There's no such thing as fresh clean air when it's ridden with pollen....

Doing all, or most, of the above should minimize red itchy eyes, streaming noses and rubbing the roof your mouth with your tongue, trying to scratch that maddening itch somewhere near your brain laugh out loud

OMG I been trying to scratch the roof of my mouth and it's killing me! Seriously never had these symptoms before. This is the first year and I'm in my 30s. I now constantly sneeze, congested nose, it's CRAZY. This started a month ago. I'm California. Someone in the back of our house has a huge green, garden area, selling fruits, vegetables, and I heard they got sheeps! I'm wondering if that's causing all my symptoms. Claritin helps only a bit.
If anyone knows what might help better than Claritin, PLEASE let me know. Eating crackers and scratching the roof of my mouth with the pieces of cracker in my mouth is heaven lol. Big Grin

Quote from blueiedgod View Post :
What insurance covers Over The Counter meds?

LMAO
Last edited by pookiegirl April 20, 2013 at 12:40 PM
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#101
Quote from nothingfor View Post :
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.

Generic Zyrtec is only $13 for a whole YEAR supply!! Like seriously. What more could you want?!!! Do you even realize how much the real thing cost? You're paying just over a buck a month supply if you want the generic Zyrtec. shake head
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Quote from OwaN View Post :
Switching to allegra from claritin completely changed my allergy season from an itchy, congested mess into something that was at least 90% passable. Still working on my kirkland supply from last year, otherwise I'd jump on this in a heartbeat.

When you say "itchy" like what used to itch? I never had these allergy symptoms until this year. I don't know what is going on. The roof of my mouth itches like crazy and now I feel like around my mouth itches, my nose, ears, it's driving me bananas!!! I started taking Claritin but it seems to only relieve it a bit but not completely. Do you get any side effects from Allegra? I might want to switch too. Glad it's working for you!!
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Quote from pookiegirl View Post :
OMG I been trying to scratch the roof of my mouth and it's killing me! Seriously never had these symptoms before. This is the first year and I'm in my 30s. I now constantly sneeze, congested nose, it's CRAZY. This started a month ago. I'm California. Someone in the back of our house has a huge green, garden area, selling fruits, vegetables, and I heard they got sheeps! I'm wondering if that's causing all my symptoms. Claritin helps only a bit.
If anyone knows what might help better than Claritin, PLEASE let me know. Eating crackers and scratching the roof of my mouth with the pieces of cracker in my mouth is heaven lol. Big Grin




LMAO
Allergies are probably hard to predict unless you do some sort of allergy test to determine what actually provokes an allergic reaction.

I was fine until I was 14 years old - perhaps something to do with puberty or a hormonal change, caused me to become allergic to pollen, who knows really..

I know that nothing really worked for me (including steroid injection) up until I tried using Cetirizine. Even that does not work 100% but it's a heck of a lot better than anything else I've ever used.

If you have a Dollar Tree near you, pop in there and give them a try - it's cheap enough not to worry about it Wink

The Cetririzine I bought last year, expires on 10/13 so they must last at least a year.
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Quote from gtd2000 View Post :
Not in my experience...

I'm actually Scottish (allergies are really bad there for me - mainly due to grass and oil seed rape crops) and when I first moved to Florida from Hong Kong (lived there completely allergy free for 6 years!) I only got mild sneezing during April time. The rest of the year in Florida is great apart from the hellish humidity during the summer months.

Right now I'm in NorCal (East Bay Area) and I'm starting to get allergies but still nowhere near as bad as I've experienced in the UK or EU. Popped one of my Dollar Tree Cetirizine tabs yesterday and all is well right now.

I think the regional location is only relevant to the type of allergies that you suffer from.

Edit: The worst pollen levels I've experienced in the USA was in Missouri

What part of Florida? I only ask because Florida has huge differences in different areas(i.e. Key West vs. Panhandle)
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#105
Quote from gtd2000 View Post :
Allergies are probably hard to predict unless you do some sort of allergy test to determine what actually provokes an allergic reaction.

I was fine until I was 14 years old - perhaps something to do with puberty or a hormonal change, caused me to become allergic to pollen, who knows really..

I know that nothing really worked for me (including steroid injection) up until I tried using Cetirizine. Even that does not work 100% but it's a heck of a lot better than anything else I've ever used.

If you have a Dollar Tree near you, pop in there and give them a try - it's cheap enough not to worry about it Wink

The Cetririzine I bought last year, expires on 10/13 so they must last at least a year.

Do you mean Zyrtec? Because I have that, I took one pill and it knocked me out for t he rest of the day lol. I'm such weak sauce. bounce
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