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bittul 2,969 30,442 August 29, 2016 at 02:19 AM in Health & Beauty (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-29-2016 by Discombobulated at 03:52 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 48-Count Benadryl Allergy Ultratab Tablets on sale for $3.68 - 5% Subscribe & Save = $3.50. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks bittul

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Edited August 29, 2016 at 11:33 AM by jersharocks
https://www.amazon.com/Benadryl-A...B001F1DV72

Now $3.68 as add-on only.
  • Effective Allergy Relief When You Need It
  • Small Tablet Size
  • For Sneezing; Runny Nose; Itchy, Watery Eyes; Itchy Throat
  • Active Ingredient: Diphenhydramine
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Get the 100ct generic from Walmart for $4 or a 600ct on amazon for 9.34

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Get the 100ct generic from Walmart for $4 or a 600ct on amazon for 9.34
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I'm waiting for the "Breaking Bad" wise cracks to appear...
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Quote from TravisT8520 View Post :
Get the 100ct generic from Walmart for $4 or a 600ct on amazon for 9.34
My thoughts exactly. I don't know why they call it "Ultratab"...because it remains at 25mg Diphenhydramine for each tab (and same as the generic brand).
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Quote from pamfenway View Post :
My thoughts exactly. I don't know why they call it "Ultratab"...because it remains at 25mg Diphenhydramine for each tab (and same as the generic brand).
Maybe the ultrastab is the individual packaging which I find annoying and is reason enough to get the generic.
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Costco has 500ct for $5
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I would go for Cetrizine Hudrochloride over this Diphenhydramine as the former is second generation antihistamine compared to the latter. I guess they also are less drowsy. It's costlier compared to this but it's not expensive.
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Unfortunately the generic doesn't seem to work on me as well as these...
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If you have 4 other subscription items, this is a cheap and useful thing that could potentially save you more than its cost, what with the extra 10% off the other items. Besides that, uh...
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Quote from thisbedo View Post :
Costco has 500ct for $5
Came here to say this...actually, the Kirkland brand (Costco) is 600ct [costco.com] for about $5. If you don't have easy access to a Costco you can pick them up through Amazon for $10 [amazon.com].
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Don't know how safe it is but I use these to help me sleep. I get really good sleep after taking 2 before bed.
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I'm waiting for the "Breaking Bad" wise cracks to appear...
nah but if there is ever a deal on Sudafed I'm in..
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Quote from mattou22 View Post :
Don't know how safe it is but I use these to help me sleep. I get really good sleep after taking 2 before bed.
Should be safe...it's the same active ingredient (and dose) they use in all those over the counter sleep aid products...Tylenol PM, Advil PM, ZZZQuil, etc...
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Diphen works great for my legitimate allergy problems. Off-label, I've used it for sleep to mixed results. Yes, it works especially great if you haven't had one in a while (no tolerance). Sometimes though, especially on a 50-100 mg dose, they leave me groggy and lethargic the next day over. I've managed to get a script for Ambien as needed, and much prefer them. If you can't get a script, don't want to spend the extra bucks, or are just afraid of Ambien, then this is fine.. My .02
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