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GoodSense Allergy Relief (10mg loratidine / Claritin) $10.44 or less Amazon Prime

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If you're an Amazon Prime member, GoodSense 10mg Loratidine tablets are $10.99. Factor in 5% for S&S and it's down to $10.44. Goes even lower if you're able to hit the 15% discount for subscribing to 5 or more items. This is a cheaper deal than Costco's 10.99/365 deal if you're a Prime member, and a way better deal than the literally 1,000% more expensive front page deal for the brand name version at 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. LMAO

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

FYI, I really gave you at TU, so now you have 2 TU.
Aren't we all here to save money & help each other save money as well??
All three deals are great, but to each their own.
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Sam's and Costco does 400 for $12, for those that are members.
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Walmart has their brand of Zyrtec for 88cents, normally in a nondescript box on the bottom shelf
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This is way better than that overpriced brand name stuff. People pay a huge markup for the brand's marketing when there's no difference in the meds 99% of the time.
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Guess you win today's Claritin battle.
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Wow! I thought the price I got at Walgreen's for their house brand was good but this is REALLY good. Returning the Walgreen's product today.
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Guess you win today's Claritin battle.
As long as no one is allergic to saving money!
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These GoodSense are *exactly the same* as the Costco version -- they are both manufactured by Perrigo.
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This is way better than that overpriced brand name stuff. People pay a huge markup for the brand's marketing when there's no difference in the meds 99% of the time.
I found the good sense certizine to be awful. It only seemed to work for half the amount of time.
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I found the good sense certizine to be awful. It only seemed to work for half the amount of time.
Legally, per the FDA, they have to have the exact same amount of active ingredient as name brand. In your case cetirizine. You probably were exposed to more allergies on the day's your symptoms were worse. In no way was the active ingredient different, down to the exact chemical structure.
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