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2-Count 0.5-Oz Opcon-A Eye Allergy Relief Drops EXPIRED

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Walgreens has 2-Count 0.5-Oz Opcon-A Eye Allergy Relief Drops for $3.99 when you follow the steps listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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  2. Add 2-Count Opcon-AEye Allergy Relief Drops to cart
  3. 'Clip' the $5 off coupon in cart and enter promo code SENIOR20
  4. Proceed through checkout
  5. Price should be $9.99 - $5 coupon - $1 w/ promo code SENIOR20 = $3.99 + free store pickup

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Walgreens [walgreens.com] has 2-Pack 0.5-Oz Opcon-A Eye Allergy Relief Drops for $3.99 when you 'clip' the $5 off coupon on the product page and apply coupon code SENIOR20. Select free in-store pickup where available.

Note: Coupons are typically one per account. If it was used before, it may not be available. Log into or Register for a myWalgreens Membership to be able to clip coupons (free to join [walgreens.com])
  • $9.99 - $5 myWalgreens Coupon Savings - $1 SENIOR20 Coupon Savings = $3.99


Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack 0.5-Oz Opcon-A Eye Allergy Relief Drops for $6.25 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

Note: Coupons are typically one per account. You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
  • $8.94 - 25% Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $6.25


About this deal:
  • Research shows that Walgreens's price is $2.66 lower (36.16% savings) than Amazon's price.
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Remember, use these like Afrin nasal spray. OK for a day or two, not to be used on a daily basis. Expect a rebound effect. Patanol (pataday) or other mast cell inhibitors preferred for daily use for those with true ocular allergies.

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Thanks ops
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Remember, use these like Afrin nasal spray. OK for a day or two, not to be used on a daily basis. Expect a rebound effect. Patanol (pataday) or other mast cell inhibitors preferred for daily use for those with true ocular allergies.
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How does this compare to theratears? Looking for something that is better than dollar tree drops - in terms of how often I have to use it
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I used this stuff for more than 10 years before I realize that they made my eyes more sensitive to allergen although it does provide some temporary relief. It also cause insomnia. I sleep better after I stop using Opcon-A
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Just in time 👍🏼
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I used this stuff for more than 10 years before I realize that they made my eyes more sensitive to allergen although it does provide some temporary relief. It also cause insomnia. I sleep better after I stop using Opcon-A
Insomnia due to eye drops? That's a new one, did some research on it thinking maybe its causing my sleep issues but didnt find anything, great deal
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Remember, use these like Afrin nasal spray. OK for a day or two, not to be used on a daily basis. Expect a rebound effect. Patanol (pataday) or other mast cell inhibitors preferred for daily use for those with true ocular allergies.
Yeah Pataday all day for me during this season. Thankfully it's over the counter now. Still expensive but less expensive than before.
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How does this compare to theratears? Looking for something that is better than dollar tree drops - in terms of how often I have to use it
I have tried 10-15 different eye drops for different issues and Theratears was the best one I tired for dry eye, but this deal is for allergy symptoms. So for seasonal issues or pets.
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Quote from silogram :
Remember, use these like Afrin nasal spray. OK for a day or two, not to be used on a daily basis. Expect a rebound effect. Patanol (pataday) or other mast cell inhibitors preferred for daily use for those with true ocular allergies.
Came here to say this too. Get some artificial tears from Costco, they're always on sale. Use this when your eyes are super red, not when they're dry or burning.
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I use zaditor, which can be used daily. Looks like this isn't the generic equivalent.
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This works for me when one of my eyes gets itchy from allergy. So not everyday use for me. Only when needed.
For everyday use for dry eye, I used Blink and it has worked for me so far.
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Dang it. This isn't the same active ingredient as Alaway and Zadithor - KETOTIFEN FUMARATE

Target has a generic that is pretty good, but the ketotifen stuff works great for me
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I use zaditor, which can be used daily. Looks like this isn't the generic equivalent.
fyi - target's generic for it is under $5
https://www.target.com/p/eye-itch...A-12980975
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