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Promoted 06-17-2016 by johnny_miller at 10:04 PM View Original Post
Costco Wholesale has Kirkland Signature Aller-Flo (600 Sprays) for $27.99. Shipping is free. Thanks PacketFox

Note, non-members are subject to a $1.40 surcharge making it $29.39

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Written by johnny_miller

  • This product is comparable to Flonase which is a nasal spray for allergy symptom relief and contains Fluticasone Propionate (Glucocorticoid) with 50 mcg per spray.
  • If you have a Chase Freedom credit card then you may also want to check out this deal. -qwikwit

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Edited June 17, 2016 at 12:24 PM by jersharocks
Costco Members only

Costco now offers a Generic version of Flonase (Allergy nasal Spray)

Branded Aller-FLO you get QTY 5x for ~$28. This vs the Name brand QTY 3x at $49.

You get ~ 40% savings!

Availability may vary by location in store location.

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Costco.com Link to product http://www.costco.com/Kirkland-Si...95245.html
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I recommend this to patients all the time. I think the Sam's version is what I told them to get since it seems Costco only recently got it.

This and Loratadine are much cheaper than your pharmacy. If you have allergies, get them from Costco/Sam's. Walgreen's is a rip off and they charge $30 for a month's supply. Sam's, I believe, is a similar price for a 90 day supply.

Loratadine (Claritin) is $15 for 2x150 pill bottles, I believe. That's 10 months for $15.
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Starting July 1st you can get an extra 5% back at Costco if you have a Chase Freedom (not ultimate) rewards card.

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I recommend this to patients all the time. I think the Sam's version is what I told them to get since it seems Costco only recently got it.

This and Loratadine are much cheaper than your pharmacy. If you have allergies, get them from Costco/Sam's. Walgreen's is a rip off and they charge $30 for a month's supply. Sam's, I believe, is a similar price for a 90 day supply.

Loratadine (Claritin) is $15 for 2x150 pill bottles, I believe. That's 10 months for $15.
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I recommend this to patients all the time.
Sweet, thanks! Do you recall off hand if Flonase is OK for people with pre-hypertension? I know a lot of these like clariton-d they say if you have high blood pressure to avoid them.
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Can anyone that switched to this generic brand from Flonase comment if it is similar? Also, is there an expiration date on these things? Thanks.
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Thanks I didn't know they had these. Got a pack.
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If you don't have Costco, Sam's Club has generic Flonase as well : http://www.samsclub.com/sams/mm-f...0140733.ip $16.77 for 3 bottles.
Too bad I prefer Nasacort LOL
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Thanks OP, I use Flonase from time to time and this can come handy if I can find someone with Costco membership among my friends (I only have Sams stores in my area unfortunately)
BTW, It makes me wonder how they still manage to keep the price of Nasonex (another steroid nasal spray) at $250+ per one spray bottle while it costs $10-15 branded in the rest of the world lol. When I saw its price for the first time I was like "You musta be f**g kidding me, no?" :-)
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Nice. Great find!!!
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I got "item not available" for the Sam's Club generic Flonase but it could be because I'm not a member.
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Awesome, thanks for the nose up!
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Sweet, thanks! Do you recall off hand if Flonase is OK for people with pre-hypertension? I know a lot of these like clariton-d they say if you have high blood pressure to avoid them.
Flonase is fluticasone, which is a steroid. It shouldn't have a major effect on your HTN. Neither should Loratadine (Claritin).

Claritin D is the one with pseudoephedrine and that is a decongestant and that can have adverse effects on those with HTN. But that isn't over the counter and is not the loratadine being sold OTC.

Definitely check with your doctor in case there's something else in your history, but Flonase and Claritin are OTC and are commonly prescribed for allergic rhinitis. If your doc says it's OK, the Costco/Sam's/WalMart generics work just fine and save a ton of money. Even with insurance, it comes out to be the same or even cheaper to go the warehouse generic route.
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Quote from smacky00 View Post :
Flonase is fluticasone, which is a steroid. It shouldn't have a major effect on your HTN. Neither should Loratadine (Claritin).

Claritin D is the one with pseudoephedrine and that is a decongestant and that can have adverse effects on those with HTN. But that isn't over the counter and is not the loratadine being sold OTC.

Definitely check with your doctor in case there's something else in your history, but Flonase and Claritin are OTC and are commonly prescribed for allergic rhinitis. If your doc says it's OK, the Costco/Sam's/WalMart generics work just fine and save a ton of money. Even with insurance, it comes out to be the same or even cheaper to go the warehouse generic route.

Excellent advice except one little correction that ClaritinD is OTC in terms of you don't need a prescription. But it is behind the counter at the pharmacy.

And while we are on the subject of allergy medication please don't buy phenylephrine oral products like Sudafed PE. They don't work and should be taken off the market.
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Oh wow, didnt know they had generic flonase OTC.
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