I seriously think I need a complete sinus transplant. My sinus/allergy issues are driving me insane lately. Since a transplant is not likely or cost effective, I did some research on the prices of allergy meds that have worked for me in the past. Just in case this might be helpful to others, I'm sharing. Allegra is now OTC. Allegra is also known as fexofenadine. Read about uses, dosage information, and contraindications here. Check out the name brand website here, and print coupons. $4.00 off adult products, and $2.00 off children's products. Now for the Price Comparisons...
Allegra Childrens Liquid 4 fluid ounces @ $9.97 ($2.49 per ounce) OR $8.47 ($2.12 per ounce. Save 15 % if you order 5 or more products with Subscribe and Save. It will be 5 % off if you order 4 products or less.)
Walgreens Prices Effective Sunday, May 19, 2013 through Saturday May, 25, 2013:
Earth Fare If you have a Earth Fare store near you, check out the website to print store coupons. Whole Foods We
recently acquired a Whole Foods store in my area. I think it is an
awesome place, yet quite over-priced on some items. But there are items
there that can be very difficult to find in traditional stores. Whole Foods is VERY coupon friendly, and you can use a store coupon and a
manufacturer coupon on one item. The coupons usually rotate monthly.
Check out the coupons here. Also,
if you have a store coupon for an item, you only need one coupon...the
cashiers will enter it more than once if you happen to purchase several
of the same item. That can save you on the cost of ink and paper if you
are printing the store coupons at home on your printer.