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2-Pack 0.57-Oz Nasacort Multi-Sympton 24Hr Nasal Allergy Relief (2x120 Sprays) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Pack 0.57-Oz Nasacort Multi-Sympton 24Hr Nasal Allergy Relief (240-Sprays Total) on sale for $16.15 when you 'clip' the 30% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack 0.57-Oz Nasacort Multi-Sympton 24Hr Nasal Allergy Relief (240-Sprays Total) on sale for $16.15 when you 'clip' the 30% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Good find, OP.

FWIW, the Costco / Kirkland version of this is now on sale through Nov 8 for $15/pack of 3, or $5 each.

Kirkland Signature Aller-Cort, 3 Bottles

Shipping is free. https://www.costco.com/.product.100516638.html
99% of people should be fine just using generic fluticasone for about $5 each at Sam's or Costco. Pharmacists advice.

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Good find, OP.

FWIW, the Costco / Kirkland version of this is now on sale through Nov 8 for $15/pack of 3, or $5 each.

Kirkland Signature Aller-Cort, 3 Bottles

Shipping is free. https://www.costco.com/.product.100516638.html
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This shit is gold. I have tried others and this is the best.
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99% of people should be fine just using generic fluticasone for about $5 each at Sam's or Costco. Pharmacists advice.
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Good find, OP.

FWIW, the Costco / Kirkland version of this is now on sale through Nov 8 for $15/pack of 3, or $5 each.

Kirkland Signature Aller-Cort, 3 Bottles

Shipping is free. https://www.costco.com/.product.100516638.html
Yeah that is solid!
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99% of people should be fine just using generic fluticasone for about $5 each at Sam's or Costco. Pharmacists advice.
Agreed from my nursing experience. I'll usually only use this if I'm going camping or upstate NY for extended periods during high pollen days. Or if I'm getting rickity-wrecked on the bong rips all weekend because that clogs me up like cray
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Thanks and FSA eligible Smilie
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Great deal but in my experience when they go on sale expiration date is soon
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Great deal but in my experience when they go on sale expiration date is soon
I get them from either Amazon or Costco depending on the sale and the expiration is always at least a year out.
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I use this everyday. Rhinocort makes my nose bleed, Flonase doesn't work as well and the Flonase sensimist kind doesn't work at all but usually is very cheap with coupons combined with drugstore deals and rebates. I haven't tried the Costco one. Anyways, good deal!
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It is showing $24.84 with 30% already clipped. I tried subscribe as well. No luck. Can anyone confirm how to get this deal? An I missing anything that I don't see $16.15 price?
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I'm unable to clip the coupon. Ugh.
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Does this helps with sinus pressure, cuz fluticasone makes my nose bleed.
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Good find, OP.

FWIW, the Costco / Kirkland version of this is now on sale through Nov 8 for $15/pack of 3, or $5 each.

Kirkland Signature Aller-Cort, 3 Bottles

Shipping is free. https://www.costco.com/.product.100516638.html
Yep. And next time at the doc ask for an Rx and you can use HSA/FSA funds to pay for it. If buying from Costco the $6 discount or whatever is an instant rebate so what you "paid" is full price at $22 - $6 = $16 but you get to spend the full $22 from health account as price was $22 and payment tendered as an instant rebate and the remainder being your payment of choice.
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