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200-Count Advil 200mg Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer Liqui-Gels

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Amazon has 200-Count Advil 200mg Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer Liqui-Gels for $9.75 -> now $10.08 when following the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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  4. Price will be $17.18 - 25% coupon - 5% S&S discount - $1.94 extra savings applied at checkout = $10.08
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 200-Ct 200mg Advil Liqui-Gels Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer for $18.32 - 5% off when you checkout via subscribe & save - 25% off when you clip the coupon on the product page - $3.08 (in cart discount) = $9.74. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Now $10.08 After Coupons/Discounts

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Aaah just in time - the stock market today was giving me pains all over. This should help, thanks op.
I do notice a difference, for sure, not the brands you mentioned. But Equate from WalMart, although ingredients technically may be the same, it is completely different in terms of quality/effectiveness though.

I noticed Advil effects happen faster and more effective/last longer. I mean it could be placebo effect, but just imo. There is a difference from my previous usage.

This is for when I recently had a cold, very (very, very, very) rarely do I take this for headache/migraines.

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Aaah just in time - the stock market today was giving me pains all over. This should help, thanks op.
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7.71 for me with all discounts combined. Thx!!
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J Pow must be the one selling this Frown
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Thanks, perfect timing as I had run out 👀
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Great!
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Quote from padlrchik :
Great!
I do notice a difference, for sure, not the brands you mentioned. But Equate from WalMart, although ingredients technically may be the same, it is completely different in terms of quality/effectiveness though.

I noticed Advil effects happen faster and more effective/last longer. I mean it could be placebo effect, but just imo. There is a difference from my previous usage.

This is for when I recently had a cold, very (very, very, very) rarely do I take this for headache/migraines.
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$7.91 w/ 15% S&S. Thanks OP!
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Are liquid gels really worth it?

Costco has Kirkland Ibprofen 1,000 tablets for $8 shipped right now.
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Quote from tennisplayer888 :
I do notice a difference, for sure, not the brands you mentioned. But Equate from WalMart, although ingredients technically may be the same, it is completely different in terms of quality/effectiveness though.

I noticed Advil effects happen faster and more effective/last longer. I mean it could be placebo effect, but just imo. There is a difference from my previous usage.

This is for when I recently had a cold, very (very, very, very) rarely do I take this for headache/migraines.

I used to think there was a difference in them. (I'm not saying there is no difference, it's just in my cause I found one issue that complicates the matter.)


That is, I was looking external because sometimes it would work and sometimes it would not work well at all. For example, 800mg capsule from Rx works much better than 4x200mg ones. What I found out after a DNA test is that I have gene variants in which my body is a poor producer of the enzymes that processes ibuprofen and some other NSAIDs. Thus, I poorly metabolize them. Thus, I found out why they hardly ever work on my headaches. It's BC/Goodies or Excedrin for me. (Even though Aspirin is also a NSAID)
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Quote from Raines8416 :
Are liquid gels really worth it?

Costco has Kirkland Ibprofen 1,000 tablets for $8 shipped right now.
Absorption rate is x2 than normal pills.
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Don't take Ibuprofen often. It causes following severe risks.
Blood vessel disease.
Heart disease.
Stroke.
and more.
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Quote from Raines8416 :
Are liquid gels really worth it?

Costco has Kirkland Ibprofen 1,000 tablets for $8 shipped right now.
Thanks, i almost bought some in-store yesterday but no $2 off and expiration date only a year out, hopefully online stock is fresher
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Anyone thinking about it, YES: FSA and HSA cards work.

You just have to add them to your profile in the payment methods section under FSA/HSA before you try to use it for this S&S
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