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100-Count Aleve Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer or Back & Muscle Pain Relief Tablets EXPIRED

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Walgreens has select 100-Count Aleve Pain Reliever Tablets on sale for $3.99 each when you follow the instructions below. Select free store pickup where available, or shipping is free for orders $35 or more.

Thanks to Deal Editor oceanlake for finding this deal.

Instructions:
  1. Log into or Register for myWalgreens Account (free to join)
  2. Select from the following options:
  3. Clip the $4 off manufacturer coupon
  4. Clip the $2 off my Walgreens final price coupon
  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. The price should be $3.99 each + Free Store Pickup
    • Note, a bag fee may be charged depending on region

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  • A bag fee may be charged depending on region, according to the site it is adjusted at pickup to reflect actual bags used.
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Must be signed in to Walgreens account to clip coupons. 100-Count option must be selected.
  • Clip $4.00 off manufacturer coupon
  • Clip $2.00 off my Walgreens final price coupon

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Aleve is not Ibuprofen.
Which is the same price as this deal, without the need to buy 400 or have a CostCo membership.

(ok, so the CostCo ones are actually 3.5 cents compares to 3.99 cents, but still)
"Aleve" and "Kirkland Signature Naproxen Sodium 220 mg" ARE the same thing (one being a brand name, the other a generic, but otherwise...)

"Aleve Back & Muscle Pain Relief Tablets" is just standard Aleve with different labelling, so is also the same thing.


The original comparison was against Ibuprofen which is a different thing (the brand equivalent to that would be Advil, not Aleve)

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Same price for the "normal" Aleve 100ct, which isn't surprising given that they are exactly the same thing without the additional marketing label on them...
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Costco Ibuprofen $13 for 1000.
Aleve is not Ibuprofen.
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Price Per CAPLET: $0.04
Which is the same price as this deal, without the need to buy 400 or have a CostCo membership.

(ok, so the CostCo ones are actually 3.5 cents compares to 3.99 cents, but still)
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Just checked Amazon for this...seeing price increase on food and household items. Anyone else notice this now that pantry has shut down. Their soap I use is like 30% more then used to be. Hope Walmart prices have not done the same.
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But this is...so not that great a price when everyday Costco is same.
No.. it is still not the same thing. They are both pain relievers but they are different chemicals and have different results.
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No.. it is still not the same thing. They are both pain relievers but they are different chemicals and have different results.
"Aleve" and "Kirkland Signature Naproxen Sodium 220 mg" ARE the same thing (one being a brand name, the other a generic, but otherwise...)

"Aleve Back & Muscle Pain Relief Tablets" is just standard Aleve with different labelling, so is also the same thing.


The original comparison was against Ibuprofen which is a different thing (the brand equivalent to that would be Advil, not Aleve)
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thank you for posting this one
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What makes this different than the regular Aleve, or really any other naproxen sodium?
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The original comparison was against Ibuprofen which is a different thing (the brand equivalent to that would be Advil, not Aleve)
Yes... which is the only thing I was commenting on. Aleve (Naproxen Sodium) and Ibuprofen are not the same things as mentioned.
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What makes this different than the regular Aleve, or really any other naproxen sodium?
This is "regular" Aleve. The difference is the price (hence, Slickdeals).
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