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500-Count 200mg Amazon Basic Care Ibuprofen Tablets EXPIRED

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Amazon has 500-Count 200mg Amazon Basic Care Ibuprofen Tablets on sale for $2.91 when you check out via Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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  5. The price should be $3.06 - 5% S&S discount = $2.91
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 500-Ct Amazon Basic Care Ibuprofen Tablets for $6.31 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.
  • $6.71 - 5% Subscribe & Save = $6.37 > now $2.91

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US military and FDA did a study on medication expiration dates in case bad stuff happens and the need to use expired medication arises.

Their findings: in the large majority of cases, properly stored medication can last many years beyond the indicated expiration date without much degradation.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16721796/

so those old antibiotics you have laying around? keep them...you never know when they will come in handy if you can't get access to them anymore for some reason
You obviously haven't reached the magical age of "everything hurts". This will last us 6 months at most.
Well, it's a nice deal for people who want to pay more and also drive to Costco.

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200mg
500 count
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Does indeed edge slightly below the best price from the local Wal-Mart.

Good luck!
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Edit: the original price was $6.27/500 on Amazon, which is why I said that Costco was a better deal. The Amazon price dropped after I made the post below, and obviously Amazon is a better deal than Costco now.

Nice deal unless you have a Costco membership. It's $10 for 1,000 at Costco: https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...89095.html
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What's the expiration date here?
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Quote from MaccBook :
What's the expiration date here?
It's definitely going to expire before you get through all of those pills. Unless you're seriously prone to headaches daily.
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Quote from MatthewSearles :
It's definitely going to expire before you get through all of those pills. Unless you're seriously prone to headaches daily.
You obviously haven't reached the magical age of "everything hurts". This will last us 6 months at most.

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You obviously haven't reached the magical age of "everything hurts". This will last us 6 months at most.
Wow. Nothing about that sounds magical. I'm sorry Frown
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These 200ct / 500ct / 1000ct packs make me feel like telling 5 families I'm buying a pack and just giving them like a 50-100 each in a clear labeled jar with expiry and strength details on a complimentary basis.
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Quote from MatthewSearles :
It's definitely going to expire before you get through all of those pills. Unless you're seriously prone to headaches daily.
Or want stomach ulcers
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What's the expiration date here?
US military and FDA did a study on medication expiration dates in case bad stuff happens and the need to use expired medication arises.

Their findings: in the large majority of cases, properly stored medication can last many years beyond the indicated expiration date without much degradation.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16721796/

so those old antibiotics you have laying around? keep them...you never know when they will come in handy if you can't get access to them anymore for some reason
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it's 3.06 now
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Thank you, OP. Got it for $3.06. You might want to update the post.
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