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Last Edited by actorps1 March 31, 2020 at 05:40 PM
QA Note: $18 manufacturer's savings is valid 3/11/20 through 4/5/20. While supplies last.

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Costco [costco.com] has Flonase Sensimist Allergy Relief, 3 Bottles on sale for $38.99. Shipping is free.
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This is a great deal. $13 per bottle. And they're 120 spray bottles.

Edit: math is hard.
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This is a great deal. $19 per bottle. And they're 120 spray bottles.
Actually, comes out to $13 per bottle. It is a 3 pack.
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
Sam's Member's Mark is currently cheaper with free shipping for a 6 pack compared to Allerflo. $22.79. Same everything, 6 bottles vs 5.

Both are fantastic, and work just as well for me as Rx versions did for 20+ years.
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
Most people don't know that with these nose sprays, you are supposed to tilt the spray so it aims toward your ear (i.e. aim towards your left ear if spraying the left nostril and right ear if spraying the right nostril) and not towards the centerline of your nose. Spraying towards the center damages the membranes in your nose and causes stinging. Aiming towards your ears also delivers the medication to your sinuses better and will provide much more effective relief. Sensimist is just an applicator for regular Flonase/fluticasone that sprays the medicine in a spread out mist better. The tip also doesn't stick as far in your nose. It's really designed for people who don't know how to use the regular Flonase correctly either because they were never taught it by their doctor/pharmacist, never looked it up on the internet, or have trouble remembering directions.
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I'd recommend the generic fluticasone spray from costco or sams, like $5 on sale
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
That's what I use
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
I believe it is the OTC version of a prescription nose spray called "Veramyst" that is no longer available.
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so this is just a fancier spray bottle? does it actually work better or is it just an upsell with the same product?

i am inclined toward still getting the Allerflo @ 5 bottles for $23 shipped ($4.60/bottle). seems to work OK.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...95245.html
I have actually used these. I got that same 5 pack. Gave some to my dad as well as both of us have allergies. Both of us found that it was not as effective as the Flonase.
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As an allergy sufferer for decades, I used Flonase all the time, hated it. Makes you smell this disgusting chemical smell for about 20 - 30 mins after using it.

Try Avamys, it's just like Flonase but no smell
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I have actually used these. I got that same 5 pack. Gave some to my dad as well as both of us have allergies. Both of us found that it was not as effective as the Flonase.
I've never been tested for allergies, but have hayfever so bad sometimes I have to go to bed and sleep it off... Tried the generic allergy meds a couple of times and have never felt like they worked nearly as well as the name brand. Granted, they were all pills, before the sprays were OTC a few years ago, but for a few bucks more, I'll stick to name brand.
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As an allergy sufferer for decades, I used Flonase all the time, hated it. Makes you smell this disgusting chemical smell for about 20 - 30 mins after using it.

Try Avamys, it's just like Flonase but no smell
Weird... I've used Flonase the past two years, just here and there, and I'm pretty sensitive to smells (like candles, chemicals, etc) and never noticed a smell at all, or not enough that it bothered me. I used the Sensimist bottle last year.
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