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dontbanme 920 May 22, 2016 at 06:33 PM in Grocery (9) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 05-23-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:19 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 365-Count GoodSense Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets (Non-Drowsy) on sale for $9.99 - 5% Subscribe & Save = $9.49 valid for Amazon Prime Members only. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks dontbanme

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You may save an additional 15% off on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month.

For 24-hour allergy relief of sneezing, runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, itchy throat or nose. Non-drowsy for both indoor and outdoor allergies (compare to the active ingredients of Claritin tablets) - Discombobulated

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Edited May 22, 2016 at 10:33 PM by BeAuMaN
www.amazon.com/GoodSense-Allergy-Relief-Loratadine-Tablets/dp/B00HE66ZUC?ie=UTF8&keywords=Loratadine%2010mg%20365&qid=1463966011&ref_=sr_1_2_a_it&sr=8-2 [amazon.com]


GoodSense Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets, 10 mg, 365 Count

One-time Purchase $9.99 ($0.03 / Count

My Price: $8.49 ($0.02 / Count) with Subscribe & Save 15%


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#4
Prime only - please update.
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#5
Works for me, thanks OP
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#6
Can we add generic names to the poll?
diphenhydramine
loratadine
cetirizine
fexofenadine
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Quote from dogeatdog View Post :
Can we add generic names to the poll?
diphenhydramine
loratadine
cetirizine
fexofenadine
All the way second generation ,non drowsy !wave
H-2 receptor blockers yey
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#8
All Loratadines are not created equal.

I can't speak to this one, but the Kirkland brand gives me a headache for some reason. The CVS brand does not.

Why? No fricking idea, but I'd like to know which one this one is more similar to before I buy 365 of them.

That being said, price wise, that is far lower than I have ever seen it.
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Last edited by Homerless May 23, 2016 at 12:53 AM
#9
Medical science aside, Allegra + Flonase hits the spot. Expensive? Eh, sure. But I'm a damn superhero when it comes to pollen immunity now. Smilie
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Subscribe and Save now is $9.49 Frown
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Quote from dogeatdog View Post :
Can we add generic names to the poll?
diphenhydramine
loratadine
cetirizine
fexofenadine

Why? So you can be pretentious? Most people have no idea what the above names are...
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Quote from nJoy7 View Post :
Medical science aside, Allegra + Flonase hits the spot. Expensive? Eh, sure. But I'm a damn superhero when it comes to pollen immunity now. Smilie
Gonna have to try this. I've tried practically every kind of allergy drug including prescribed stuff and nothing seems to solve every issue.
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#13
some reviews mention problems with exp date.
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#14
Target has one of those allergy medication store brand that's cheaper and just as effective.
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#15
Speaking of generic names...does anyone know the generic name to Viagra?
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