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[Amazon.com] Kirkland Aller-Flo Nasal Spray 5 pack US$25.84 + $15 shipping

Hey all, figured some with allergy issues or structural nose problems like me would appreciate this, as these steroid sprays are expensive in Canada. Costco Canada used to carry this but they no longer do, at least online. If you use these regularly it will save you a lot of money to order these from Amazon US. I got mine no issues (I paid an extra $4 for expedited shipping).

Mine are 2023 expiry.

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Get a prescription from your doctor for Avamys, use your insurance and never pay for allergy meds again.

I used Flonase for YEARS, this is likely the same formulation. It sucked because it stank so bad for like 30 to 40 mins afterwards.

Been using Avamys as of two years ago. Game changer.
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DeltaSingh wrote: Get a prescription from your doctor for Avamys, use your insurance and never pay for allergy meds again.

I used Flonase for YEARS, this is likely the same formulation. It sucked because it stank so bad for like 30 to 40 mins afterwards.

Been using Avamys as of two years ago. Game changer.
Avamys is not covered under my private health plan, and I have a pretty good one from Pacific Blue Cross.

Without coverage, this is the best price you can get in Canada.
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DeltaSingh wrote: Get a prescription from your doctor for Avamys, use your insurance and never pay for allergy meds again.

I used Flonase for YEARS, this is likely the same formulation. It sucked because it stank so bad for like 30 to 40 mins afterwards.

Been using Avamys as of two years ago. Game changer.
+1

Avamys is covered for me by sunlife and I have a decent insurance plan.
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zdpz wrote:
Avamys is covered for me by sunlife and I have a decent insurance plan.
Totally agree with you. Switched around the same time. It’s night and day compared to Flonase. I’m with a different insurance company and they cover this as well, so maybe the other poster doesn’t have that good of a plan? I pick up 3 every 3 months (you pay less this way in fees) and it only costs $6 or so.

Bonus Tip: Worst case and your insurance doesn’t cover Avamys or you don’t have insurance, name brand Flonase often goes on sale for $11.99 or so somewhere at least once a month. Use a flyer app to search. You can get a $5 printable coupon online. Comes out to $6.99 each and that’s less than buying the generic from the States here.
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Eightdays wrote: Totally agree with you. Switched around the same time. It’s night and day compared to Flonase. I’m with a different insurance company and they cover this as well, so maybe the other poster doesn’t have that good of a plan? I pick up 3 every 3 months (you pay less this way in fees) and it only costs $6 or so.

Bonus Tip: Worst case and your insurance doesn’t cover Avamys or you don’t have insurance, name brand Flonase often goes on sale for $11.99 or so somewhere at least once a month. Use a flyer app to search. You can get a $5 printable coupon online. Comes out to $6.99 each and that’s less than buying the generic from the States here.
I have a private health plan from the medical industry. I was told by a Medical Office Assistant that I have a pretty good plan, so I'll take her words for it since she's come across thousands of patients.

I'm pretty sure the 120 dose Flonase never gets down to $11.99, as they retail close to $30 per bottle, but hey what do I know, I don't cut coupons, and I "don't have that good of a plan". Lol
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AsianXL wrote: Avamys is not covered under my private health plan, and I have a pretty good one from Pacific Blue Cross.

Without coverage, this is the best price you can get in Canada.
I have Blue Cross as well, you may qualify for a different version of Avamys instead of the branded one. But hey, if you don't care about the smell, doesn't matter lol

I couldn't stand it
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AsianXL wrote: Avamys is not covered under my private health plan, and I have a pretty good one from Pacific Blue Cross.

Without coverage, this is the best price you can get in Canada.
If Avamyst is not covered, try Nasocort or Flonase... I believe they all work the same way.

There is also prescription strength reactine, which you can get prescribed, and use half(which is the same as extra strength that you get from the pharmacy.
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Oh RFD!!! You've Broken my wallet.... :(

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