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Equate generic Reactine $24.97 200 count

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adavidso wrote: Amazing price on generic Reactine. Not on special but it's a way better price than elsewhere.

Compare to brand name 175 count at Costco $59.99
If you are going to compare Costco then compare it to Kirkland price in store.

Not sure how much is Kirkland (maybe $17.99 for 200) , but it should be similar or cheaper. Considering the quantity, I would want to know the expiry date (in store purchase required)
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Why does it have to be a grocery item? Now I've gotta pay for the extra cost and be home to receive the order.
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When the border was open id go get 365 Kirkland reactine for $9.99 US. So annoying.
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evoviii wrote: If you are going to compare Costco then compare it to Kirkland price in store.

Not sure how much is Kirkland (maybe $17.99 for 200) , but it should be similar or cheaper. Considering the quantity, I would want to know the expiry date (in store purchase required)
This. Kirkland generic at Costco is cheaper, everyday.
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evoviii wrote: If you are going to compare Costco then compare it to Kirkland price in store.

Not sure how much is Kirkland (maybe $17.99 for 200) , but it should be similar or cheaper. Considering the quantity, I would want to know the expiry date (in store purchase required)
$18.99 for 180 is what I paid just over a year ago for the Kirkland brand.
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Not all of us are Costco members and the Walmart price is the best I've seen elsewhere. I always buy these at Walmart. It's a great price compared to brand name or even other generics.
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You don't need to be a Costco member to shop at their pharmacy.

Cheers
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Dec 15, 2013
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Do you know for a fact that non-members can purchase non-prescription items? I always thought that this was for actual prescriptions at their pharmacy. Considering soap is probably an aisle away from allergy pills where do they draw the line? Shoppers drug mart would sell both for instance.
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Closest Costco is a 4 hours drive. Walmart, 10 minutes.

Thank OP.
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Can someone post a link to the Costco Kirkland? I didn't see it on their website.
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This is a standard price
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FYI, if you have your physician prescribe you Cetirizine 20mg tablets and you have drug coverage, you get it covered.

I haven’t paid for Reactine in years.

Edit: If you want to take 10mg, just cut the tablets in half, they are scored for this purpose.
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Walmart's used to be $17.99 and then $21.99 but the price keeps going up. Bought kirkland a month ago and it's still $17.99.
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madaman13 wrote: Do you know for a fact that non-members can purchase non-prescription items? I always thought that this was for actual prescriptions at their pharmacy. Considering soap is probably an aisle away from allergy pills where do they draw the line? Shoppers drug mart would sell both for instance.
I would like to get confirmation of this also
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adavidso wrote: Amazing price on generic Reactine. Not on special but it's a way better price than elsewhere.

Compare to brand name 175 count at Costco $59.99
I checked Walmart and Costco yesterday. Their expiry dates were May, 2023 for Walmart and November, 2022 for Costco whereas Reactine has longer expiry date (April, 2024).
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Oct 16, 2009
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This product is no longer available at Walmart. Actually, I can't find ANY generic cetirizine (Reactine) at all, on the Walmart site, or on Amazon (where I used to buy it). Anybody know why? Was there a ban on generic cetirizine or something?

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