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Promoted 01-03-2016 by SubZero5 at 01:03 AM View Original Post
Costco Wholesale has select Kirkland Signature Tablet Varieties for Allergy Relief on sale with free shipping. Thanks naughtydog1978

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Edited January 2, 2016 at 10:41 AM by annie930ny
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Last Edited by jcsrfun January 11, 2016 at 10:42 AM
on 1/11/16
$26.99 150 tablets of Aller-fex (like Allegra) - on Amazon with free Prime Shipping. Other sellers sell for $25.99 plus free shipping if you don't have prime.

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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...ge_o00_s00

This saves you 5% if you are not a Costco member and you still get free shipping even if you don't have prime.

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You must be a true slick dealer. Willing to suffer with allergies for a couple months so you can save $3 Smilie

And everyone please pay attention to the generic drug name so you don't get confused with the various brand names that different retailers use so you know which one works for you.

loratadine = Claritin
cetirizine = Zyrtec
fexofenadine = Allegra

Different allergy meds work differently in each person but in general cetirizine is the strongest out of the three, however some people (~15%) may actually become drowsy using it versus a much smaller chance of the others making you drowsy.

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nvm..
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It's funny how they name them. Almost looks like Chinese knockoffs just by their names, but I trust that the effectiveness will be the same.
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It's funny how they name them. Almost looks like Chinese knockoffs just by their names, but I trust that the effectiveness will be the same.
Absolutely hilarious. Funniest thing I've ever seen.
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Talk about perfect timing. I'm having a horrible allergy attack while I type this! Was considering dragging myself to Costco to get allergy meds, but I couldn't stand the thought of paying full price when they regularly go on sale during Spring. And then I see this. Thank goodness.
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I've been using Kirkland Signature™ Aller-Tec™, 365 Tablets for years and very happy. Thanks to OP.
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just started kirkland for allergies a year ago, i love them. very small pills easy to take in the morning and it makes my sneezies go away Smilie
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Quote from hp79 View Post :
It's funny how they name them. Almost looks like Chinese knockoffs just by their names, but I trust that the effectiveness will be the same.
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Absolutely hilarious. Funniest thing I've ever seen.
Zyrtec
Allertec

Clartin
Allerclear

There is a reason why the names resemble certain brands as there the generic version of that one. Talk to the pharmacy dept as many people become immune to allergry medicine and have to switch between them daily/weekly
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Thanks OP, I'm in for one!
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I wish Costco/Kirkland would offer a generic version of Flo-Nase or similar nasal spray.
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My allergist highly recommended Aller-Tec. I take it daily and it made my allergies go away. Especially working in a very dusty environment it made work hell for me. But taking Aller-Tec every morning changed that like night and day. Pretty much making me feel like I no longer have an allergy problem. I've never tried the AllerClear can anyone tell me if that works better?
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I wish Costco/Kirkland would offer a generic version of Flo-Nase or similar nasal spray.

They have it here [costco.com]. Do you need a Costco account for this. I'm assuming you do.
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Kirkland Signature™ Glucosamine with MSM is also $4 off. Found it through this post so thanks OP. It's a highly rated joint support supplement.
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