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Amazon.com has 300-Count Amazon Basic Care 10mg All Day Allergy Cetirizine Hydrochloride Antihistamine Tablets on sale for $7.05 - 5% w/ Subscribe & Save = $6.70. 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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  • Active Ingredient: The active ingredient in Amazon Basic Care All Day Allergy is cetirizine hydrochloride, an antihistamine approved for the treatment of both indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms Compare to the active ingredient of Zyrtec
  • 24-Hour Allergy Relief: Temporarily provides relief of symptoms due to hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies: runny nose, sneezing, itching of the nose or throat and itchy, watery eyes
  • Indoor and Outdoor Allergy Relief: Temporarily relieves common indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms
  • Effective: Amazon Basic Care All Day Allergy, Cetirizine Hydrochloride Tablets, 10 mg are original prescription strength and gluten free These allergy pills are an antihistamine approved for the treatment of both indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 300-Count 10mg Amazon Basic Care All Day Allergy Cetirizine Hydrochloride Antihistamine Tablets (similar to Zyrtec) for $7.05 - 5% w/ Subscribe & Save = $6.70. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders over $25.

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For reference this is $11.89 (On sale, usually $14.89) for 365 pills at Costco.

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This is cheaper than the previous sale a couple of days ago where it was on sale for $7.85 (https://slickdeals.net/f/16043854-300-count-10mg-amazon-basic-care-all-day-allergy-antihistamine-tablets-7-83-w-s-s-free-shipping-w-prime-or-orders-over-25?src=SiteSearch)

Does Amazon do price adjustments?
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Thanks. Cancelled my prior subscibe and save order.
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Good deal - compare to Sams Club @ 400 tablets for $15.98
https://www.samsclub.com/p/member...od17030287
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This is part of their 20% off $50 of amazon brands promo as well for prime (ymmv), per banner on the item page.
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There was a 25% off coupon for me. Final price was $4.94 with S&S
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I was always shocked how expensive generic Zyrtec was even at Walmart until I found buying Kirkland brand on Amazon was dirt cheap. Now it's brought the price of even the in-store Walmart down.

It's funny how that works, though, because a generic Prilosec (omeprazole) is about the same price everywhere and has been for years, whether at Walmart, Costco, or any deal at Amazon: about $14 for a 42-count pack.

Guess that's just the cost of that medicine.
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There was a 25% off coupon for me. Final price was $4.94 with S&SS
Here's what I had, I see the extra discount with more Amazon items purchased:

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Quote from vonDubenshire :
I was always shocked how expensive generic Zyrtec was even at Walmart until I found buying Kirkland brand on Amazon was dirt cheap. Now it's brought the price of even the in-store Walmart down.

It's funny how that works, though, because a generic Prilosec (omeprazole) is about the same price everywhere and has been for years, whether at Walmart, Costco, or any deal at Amazon: about $14 for a 42-count pack.

Guess that's just the cost of that medicine.
If it is something you take regularly, a doc can write an rx for omeprazole and that could help, depending on insurance.
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If it is something you take regularly, a doc can write an rx for omeprazole and that could help, depending on insurance.
Yes, I get omeprazole that way but it still isn't that much cheaper except at higher doses (40mg capsules for instance).

But you're not wrong on most medicines
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Quote from vonDubenshire :
I was always shocked how expensive generic Zyrtec was even at Walmart until I found buying Kirkland brand on Amazon was dirt cheap. Now it's brought the price of even the in-store Walmart down.

It's funny how that works, though, because a generic Prilosec (omeprazole) is about the same price everywhere and has been for years, whether at Walmart, Costco, or any deal at Amazon: about $14 for a 42-count pack.

Guess that's just the cost of that medicine.

I take what used to be an Rx drug for seasonal eye allergies - Pataday. Before it went OTC, a single TINY bottle, that would be roughly enough for 1 drop a day per eye for a month, was about $150 WITH INSURANCE. The generic version, which was 2 drops a day but still Rx, was actually more expensive ($160) with insurance. I'd usually need about 2 bottles/year to get me through the spring.

3 years ago they released it OTC - brand name too. You can get a TWO PACK for around $20. Yes $20. Same exact stuff, but now 1/15 the price.
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If it is something you take regularly, a doc can write an rx for omeprazole and that could help, depending on insurance.

Always shop around though.

I transitioned our 2 Rx's to Costco this week after checking the online price and discovering it's about half of what I pay for generics through mail order through my insurance, which is generally the cheapest route, all things considered.

So I roll up to the Costco pharmacy expecting to pay the price I see online only to find that they only gave me 30 days supply (not the usual 90), and the price was actually higher (per pill) than what I have been paying. Fortunately the staff is nice and upon questioning they said that's the insurance price. So involving insurance makes the Rx more expensive. Never would have thought that, but now I'm saving around $100/yr on the Rx's.
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For reference this is $11.89 (On sale, usually $14.89) for 365 pills at Costco.
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This is a great deal!
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