Tuesday, September 27, 2011

$4/1 Allegra Printable Coupon and Sign Up for Future Savings ~ CVS Extra Buck Deal Week of 9/25

AllegraMy oldest daughter just found out she needs to use Allegra so I am on the look out for savings as I must admit being shocked by the price (we don't use hardly any OTC meds).  I just came across this $4 Allegra printable coupon and sign up offer so I'm going to jump on it.  There is an extra buck deal this week at CVS for it, too:  24 ct. @ $23.99 get $4 extra bucks back.  I am new to buying it so am not sure what is good price yet.

EDITING TO ADD:  I signed up and there was no place to print a coupon and it said I will receive a confirmation email shortly which I have not yet.  I'll edit this again when I do.  Perhaps it is not a printable coupon but a mailed coupon.  I'll update as I get future information.

EDITING:  I did receive my email after about 24 hours.

5 comments:

jsilver said...

If you have any places, such as bj's or costco, I would check prices there. In south Florida, a 90ct of Allegra is $35 dollars at BJ's wholesale. You can also use 2coupons on the product you purchase because there are 2 bottles in each package.

Anonymous said...

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Cheryl said...

Thanks, Jsilver. I don't know of any of those nearby, but I know there is a Sam's 45 minutes away. I'll check their websites and see if there is one anywhere in this area. I didn't know places like that took coupons.

Melissa said...

I'm not familiar with BJ's, but Sam's does not take coupons!

Brittany said...

I've been taking allegra/ fexofenadine for quite some time now. The generic works just as well as the brand name. I've definitely gotten the store brand plenty of times with no issues. I never pay much more than $10 for a 30 day supply. That's my target price since that's what I paid when my insurance covered it. Sorry, but don't buy the allegra at that price! Way too expensive! I'm not a walmart fan, but if there are no good sales, the equate fexofenadine works just fine.