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365 Count Loratidine (Claritin) 24 hour allergy pills - $10.99 FS Costco

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This is literally the same drug as the current FP deal for Claritin, which is $13.50 for only 45 pills. This is so much better it's not even funny. 10mg Loratidine non-drowsy allergy pills. 365 for $10.99, or 45 for $13.50. Hmmmmmmmm.....

Best part: you do NOT need to be a Costco member to buy - at least, not here in NY. Pretty sure this is a nationwide policy though.
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Not bad...only about 90% cheaper than what's on the FP. Makes me wonder if it is a paid advertisement for Claritin or Target?
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Love the way you blatantly thread-crap my deal, and post a link to your deal within the Wiki for my deal. laugh out loud

Anyway, your deal is slick and I'll give you at TU. Nice find. Hope you get lots of views by crossposting from my deal. Smilie

Yes, I really gave you a TU, so now you have 3 TU. Best to you, and keep it classy!
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Love the way you blatantly thread-crap my deal, and post a link to your deal within the Wiki for my deal. laugh out loud

Anyway, your deal is slick and I'll give you at TU. Nice find. Hope you get lots of views by crossposting from my deal. Smilie

Yes, I really gave you a TU, so now you have 3 TU. Best to you, and keep it classy!
I only crap on a thread if it isn't slick. And in this case, brand name vs generic commanding a huge price difference? Yeah, just not slick. I couldn't care less about thread ratings. I just hate to see people spend 10x more than they need to - especially as someone who basically lives off of loratidine thanks go crappy allergies in the summer.
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Love the way you blatantly thread-crap my deal, and post a link to your deal within the Wiki for my deal. laugh out loud

Anyway, your deal is slick and I'll give you at TU. Nice find. Hope you get lots of views by crossposting from my deal. Smilie

Yes, I really gave you a TU, so now you have 3 TU. Best to you, and keep it classy!

Love this! Thumbs up to you
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Love the way you blatantly thread-crap my deal, and post a link to your deal within the Wiki for my deal. laugh out loud

Anyway, your deal is slick and I'll give you at TU. Nice find. Hope you get lots of views by crossposting from my deal. Smilie

Yes, I really gave you a TU, so now you have 3 TU. Best to you, and keep it classy!
You would rather ppl pay 10x? OP is saving people money which is why this site exists, don't take it too personally. Really it's the mods fault for putting your post on FP like it was a good deal. Maybe for the brand name it is but 90% off is 90% off.
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Cheaper to buy a thousand placebo pills, because you'll get the same efficacy.
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I forget which one but Costco might charge a 10% non member fee. Can get them on amazon for the same price

*not Kirkland brand



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I forget which one but Costco might charge a 10% non member fee. Can get them on amazon for the same price

*not Kirkland brand



Amazon Link [amazon.com]

$9.34 after 15% S&S Stick Out Tongue. 5% cheaper even with Amazon CC. That being said, I wouldn't expect a pill costing 2.5 cents to do absolutely anything for my allergies. Fex and pseudephedrine (aka Allegra) FTW. If these actually "work" for you then I imagine your allergies are very mild. Same thing with Phenylephrine for congestion, dirt cheap and doesn't do anything.
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FYI - these will go on sale for $7.99 1-2 times per year. Usually once in spring and once in fall. That's even more slick. Wait for that sale if you don't need them right now.
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Cheaper to buy a thousand placebo pills, because you'll get the same efficacy.
So you just want everyone to realize you have no idea what you're talking about? Most people try to avoid letting everyone know when they're clueless.
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FYI - these will go on sale for $7.99 1-2 times per year. Usually once in spring and once in fall. That's even more slick. Wait for that sale if you don't need them right now.
+1. Costco has periodic instant savings coupons for various supplements and generic non-prescription medication throughout the year. You'll see them in their promo e-mail. As a non-member, I've bought vitamins/minerals, fish/flaxseed oil and other meds from them as a non-member and they all come with free shipping. Most products on Costco.com are available to non-member with a surcharge (5% as of the last time I ordered in 2014) though I've been seeing more "member-only saving" items, mainly electronics and more premium items.

Being a light allergy sufferer using only 5-10 pills a year, I give out batches of pills away to friends/families (many are more severe) whenever I get a chance. I still have ~50 pills left from the 365-ct bottle I bought in June 2012 (paid $14 online back then because generics weren't as available or price competitive as now, still was a great deal vs. Claritin). I keep them in the refrigerator and they're just as effective as new (expiration date 10/2013).

I know people who said genuine Claritin are more effective than generic (not sure if Kirkland brand) for them though.
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Well, OP, my Target deal you thread-crapped all over is now OOS.
https://slickdeals.net/f/11051059-target-claritin-24-hour-allergy-relief-tablets-45-count-13-48-free-shipping

Edit: So I see the OP gave this deal a TU, I gave this deal a TU, and three other SDers gave it a TU.
Meanwhile, my deal that OP badmouthed is at 13 TU (was higher before the OP of this deal agressively threadcrapped on it.)
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Last edited by Rokket December 16, 2017 at 09:13 AM.
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No deal. This is just a standard coupon deal in Costco. Cheaper in store for sure.
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