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2-Count 2.5-ml Pataday Once Daily Relief Allergy Eye Drops EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Count 2.5-ml Pataday Once Daily Relief Allergy Eye Drops on sale for $10.37 when following the instructions below. Shipping is free w/ Subscribe & Save or w/ Amazon Prime/or on orders $25+, otherwise, shipping charges will start at $5.99.

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  5. The price should be $12.97 - 15% off coupon discount - 5% Subscribe & Save discount = $10.37
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    • Works as an antihistamine to relieve itchy eyes
    • Hinders allergic reactions by limiting the release of chemicals that cause inflammation
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack 2.5-ml Pataday Once Daily Relief Allergy Eye Drops for $12.97 - 5% off when you checkout via subscribe & save - 15% off when you clip the coupon on the product page = $10.37. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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Dead. Base price is now $22.99, before coupon and S&S discount. Even with 15% S&S discount, it's over $16.
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Dead. Base price is now $22.99, before coupon and S&S discount. Even with 15% S&S discount, it's over $16.
Still working for me
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Still working for me. Don't need a subscription but the total was $13.88 including tax for me which is still cheaper than regular price for a two pack.
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Items: $12.97
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$1.95
Subscribe & Save: -$1.95
Total before tax: $9.07
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00
Order total: $9.07
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Great find, thanks OP! I just bought one bottle of the CVS version for $18 so $9.07 for 2 bottles is an unbeatable price.
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Amazing how the price of this absolutely cratered once it got OTC. I used to get a bottle or so a year when it was Rx, this was 3 or 4 years ago and a SINGLE bottle was on the order of $100-$120 IIRC. But if you're an allergy sufferer like I am, need it to function for a couple months. Now you can get TWO bottles of the same stuff for 1/10 the price. WTF.
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In for an order - thanks
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Amazing how the price of this absolutely cratered once it got OTC. I used to get a bottle or so a year when it was Rx, this was 3 or 4 years ago and a SINGLE bottle was on the order of $100-$120 IIRC. But if you're an allergy sufferer like I am, need it to function for a couple months. Now you can get TWO bottles of the same stuff for 1/10 the price. WTF.
I'm old enough to remember Claritin at $1 a pill when it was prescription. I now get a bottle of 365 from Costco for $10. Patent expiration is a wonderful thing
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Quote from Dr. J :
Amazing how the price of this absolutely cratered once it got OTC. I used to get a bottle or so a year when it was Rx, this was 3 or 4 years ago and a SINGLE bottle was on the order of $100-$120 IIRC. But if you're an allergy sufferer like I am, need it to function for a couple months. Now you can get TWO bottles of the same stuff for 1/10 the price. WTF.
I agree, but I'm still surprised that I haven't seen any generics on the shelves.

It should be even cheaper than it is.
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I had been using Alaway but the pollen is so bad in the mid-Atlantic right now I just switched to pataday this month so far my eyes are way less itchy than with the alaway
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Quote from Dr. J :
Amazing how the price of this absolutely cratered once it got OTC. I used to get a bottle or so a year when it was Rx, this was 3 or 4 years ago and a SINGLE bottle was on the order of $100-$120 IIRC. But if you're an allergy sufferer like I am, need it to function for a couple months. Now you can get TWO bottles of the same stuff for 1/10 the price. WTF.
Yeah, it's ridiculous what they can do with the prices when it's Rx vs OTC. Next time you visit your local optometrist for an annual exam, ask if he/she has coupons for Pataday. It shows three different types: blue (patanol) is the weakest at 0.1%, then red which is pataday at 0.2% then green which is the strongest pazeo at 0.7%. For me, the red (pataday) does the job but some get kicked in the rear by allergies and in that case do pazeo. I try to give out coupons anytime I see a hint of allergies especially if symptomatic. Hope this helps!
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I got a base price of 19.56, so I went to walmart for price comparison. They now have generic 2-pack for 15.13.
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I agree, but I'm still surprised that I haven't seen any generics on the shelves.

It should be even cheaper than it is.
It took time for Zaditor generics to pop up after patent expiration and OTC availability happened. Going to be the same here.
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