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[Amazon.ca] Tylenol Cold Extra Strength Daytime/Nighttime Tablet Convenience Pack for $8.11

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[Amazon.ca] Tylenol Cold Extra Strength Daytime/Nighttime Tablet Convenience Pack for $8.11

not an add-on.
only available for this price today.
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wouldnt recommend these based on how difficult it is to open the individual tablets.
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Always wondered how they determined how much is "extra strength":
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I find the daytime ones kind of useless if you're really sick and you need to resort to taking drugs. Since there are no antihistamines to make sure it's "non drowsy", you'll still be sneezing and dribbling mucus like a faucet.
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Hows this compare to costco pricing? I was looking to buy some
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ilusa wrote: Hows this compare to costco pricing? I was looking to buy some
costco is 60 tablets 40 day/ 20 night or something like that , for 13.99 . Sometimes will go on special for 10.99 or 9.99 .
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This is a kind of thing that I'd like to know the expiry date before buying. IIRC, the Costco ones dinner actually have long expiry dates which is a bummer when the buy larger quantities.
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nickgritz wrote: costco is 60 tablets 40 day/ 20 night or something like that , for 13.99 . Sometimes will go on special for 10.99 or 9.99 .
Amazon 0.20275 per pill / box of 40 pills

Costco 0.23316 per pill / box of 60 pills

Costco when on Sale at $10.99 = 0.183166 per pill
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Oct 23, 2014
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fun fact: at COSTCO - If you check the ingredients for TYLENOL SINUS and compare to TYLENOL COLD , they are exactly the same (milligrams and all). The funny part is that they sell SINUS for 17.99 for 40 pills and Tylenol COLD for 13.99 for 60 tablets.

Pure marketing ..
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Oct 23, 2014
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the one at Jean coutu IS tYLENOL COMPLETE, not the same as Tylenol cold. Complete has A FEW INGREDIENTS that COLD does not. How much more are these ingredients worth? NO clue ..but i just wanted to point that out.
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nickgritz wrote: fun fact: at COSTCO - If you check the ingredients for TYLENOL SINUS and compare to TYLENOL COLD , they are exactly the same (milligrams and all). The funny part is that they sell SINUS for 17.99 for 40 pills and Tylenol COLD for 13.99 for 60 tablets.

Pure marketing ..
LOL, are you going all Trump here? The statement is simply not true, if you do actually look at the ingredients they are indeed different, although it's mostly the amount of MG that differ. However, whether these differences in dosage makes much difference, I'm not qualified to make that conclusion. So if your point was on the latter, that may hold true on a material level.
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newdad123 wrote: LOL, are you going all Trump here? The statement is simply not true, if you do actually look at the ingredients they are indeed different, although it's mostly the amount of MG that differ. However, whether these differences in dosage makes much difference, I'm not qualified to make that conclusion. So if your point was on the latter, that may hold true on a material level.
Donald Trump? WTF are you talking about?

Anyway, my mistake.. what I meant to say is Tylenol COLD and TYLENOL FLU are exactly the same but the FLU is 4 or 5 dollars more for 40 tablets.
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bellyscales wrote: Yeah, phenylephrine is useless.
This person created an entire account for this post.

This person knows his/her drugs.
Adventure is out there!

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