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Target: Excedrin Extra Strength Pain Reliever Caplets - Acetaminophen/Aspirin (NSAID) 200 Count - $10.59 After Rebate Plus Free In-Store Pickup

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in the past, i would not have given this a second look because my headaches were "extreme" and unless the bottle said "excedrin migraine" i wouldn't take it....even if it were the "exact" same ingredients. that used to be me....and millions of other people. today, after chewing thru decades of pills, i am able to try something different because my headaches are no longer extreme so i have some flexibility and maybe, just maybe i can get used to taking something else....so i'll give this a try.

p.s. i know i'll get a lot of hate replies to this.
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Migraine is better, end of story
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Migraine is better, end of story
Actually looking at the ingredients between the two...they are no different.
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There's absolutely nothing magical about the name brand when it comes to an OTC formulation of acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine.

You can routinely get generic versions for substantially less than this; a quick search on Amazon for headache pills shows 400 dosage-identical pills for $16, and that's likely not even the most cost effective option.
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There's absolutely nothing magical about the name brand when it comes to an OTC formulation of acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine.

You can routinely get generic versions for substantially less than this; a quick search on Amazon for headache pills shows 400 dosage-identical pills for $16, and that's likely not even the most cost effective option.
Walmart has the generic equate one, 200 pills for $4. Amazon has same price but it is an add on item but you can use the Amazon music app to order.
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I'm pretty sure that I would get more headaches dealing with the SD rebate... it's been 5 months guys and you've even told me that I filled out everything correctly and it's on its way
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Actually looking at the ingredients between the two...they are no different.
While you are right, there is a reason why they have it branded differently as explained on this site. However for them to price it differently even though it is the same... is messed up. They faced a lawsuit over the pricing, but a judge threw it out.

https://www.healthcentral.com/art...h-excedrin
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There's absolutely nothing magical about the name brand when it comes to an OTC formulation of acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine.

You can routinely get generic versions for substantially less than this; a quick search on Amazon for headache pills shows 400 dosage-identical pills for $16, and that's likely not even the most cost effective option.
True of all biogenerics. People who buy name brand OTC meds with generic equivalents are wasting their own money.
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I have a headache from this weak deal
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This is not a deal. I buy the 2pack equate 500 pills+ for less than $7. This is insanely expensive
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