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[Amazon.ca] Claritin Allergy Medicine 10 mg, Value Pack, 85 Tablets $29.58 (31% off)

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[Amazon.ca] Claritin Allergy Medicine 10 mg, Value Pack, 85 Tablets $29.58 (31% off)

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With allergy season fast approaching thought id share this good deal for already meds!

Edit:added price
Last edited by WhyNotZoidberg on Apr 23rd, 2019 11:58 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Note that Subscribe & Save is also available for an extra 5% or 15% off.
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Unless you are stuck on Loratadine (Claritin) as your allergy treatment of choice, Costco has generic Desloratadine (Aerius) tablets, 180 count, for less money.
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Walmart has Loratadine 10mg 60ct for $20, Equate brand.
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400 cetirizine 10mg usually available on Amazon for $40

This is the same as Reactine.
Last edited by BritsinCanada on Apr 23rd, 2019 11:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
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N8Magic wrote: Unless you are stuck on Loratadine (Claritin) as your allergy treatment of choice, Costco has generic Desloratadine (Aerius) tablets, 180 count, for less money.
Costco as mentioned is way better bang for buck. Desloratadine is probably the better drug over loratadine as well.
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I find only 12 hour capsules work for me.. the 24 hour ones seem to wear off at 12 hours anyways. Is it safe to take 2 of these within 24 hours?
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Decent price for Claritin, but put me down as another vote for desloratadine; it's the only thing that controls my allergy symptoms, which are a nightmare to deal with on top of asthma.
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This year Reactine does not work for me at all and I am so miserable. I switched to Claritin for a week now; still no help even 3 pills a day. I will try Aerius (Costco) per above post.

thanks OP for posting though; i still grab the Claritin for next year as I rotate every year.
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If you've got private health care go to your doctor and ask for a nasal spray prescription. It's covered under your insurance and for me it works better than Claritin. Why pay for over the counter when you can have your private insurance pay for it.

Ask for Nasonex or similar product
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RedStrikeCa wrote: If you've got private health care go to your doctor and ask for a nasal spray prescription. It's covered under your insurance and for me it works better than Claritin. Why pay for over the counter when you can have your private insurance pay for it.

Ask for Nasonex or similar product
the pills are easier to take and never liked sticking sprays into my nose.

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