How can you get cheap Zyrtec? I am frequently asked about where to get the best deal on particular items. And, between my husband and I, we seem to be allergic to absolutely everything! Thus, we are year-round Zyrtec users. As such, I’ve done my research, and continue to find the VERY best place to get cheap Zyrtec is at Costco.
They sell their store brand equivalent for $14.99 (sometimes on sale for $11.99, as illustrated below), with 365 pills in the bottle. That comes out to about 4¢ a pill. Bam! Cheap Zyrtec!
Even if you snag the coupons that come out from time to time to grab free Zyrtec, you still pay taxes on the pre-coupon amount (in the state of Georgia), and you still have to spend the time and gas money to get there. Also, it’s usually the 5-count trial size, so it’s not the best “green” option for year-round or long-term users. All in all, buying once or twice a year, at this LOW price, is by far, the way to go!
Apparently Sam’s Club caught wind of Costco’s rock-bottom prices, and stepped up. Just this week, I was able to snag a 400 count of store brand Zyrtec for $16.48 – which also works out to about 4¢ a pill.
You can also now get CHEAP Flonase at Costco, too. I got this five pack of their store brand equivalent for about $20. The best I’ve seen on Flonase is $12 for a single bottle. Anyone with seasonal allergies or year-long allergies will testify that Flonase is your first and best line of defense against allergies! So this is an awesome deal – you just have to remember to USE that Flonase. I keep mine by my toothbrush, to use in the morning after I brush my teeth.
Now that I’ve told you about cheap Zyrtec, do YOU have any items you’ve found consistently at rock bottom prices? If so, please share with me, and all my readers! 🙂
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