Claritin 24 Hour Non-Drowsy Prescription Strength Allergy Relief 100 Tablet Bottle Now Just $14.65-$17.32 From Amazon

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Update: Alive again and now just $14.65-$17.32 shipped after 30% off clip coupon!

Update: DEAD!

Claritin 24 Hour Allergy Medicine Non-Drowsy Prescription Strength Allergy Relief 100 Tablet Bottle For $17.42-$19.47 From Amazon

-Clip the 30% off clip coupon on the product page.

This was selling for $50.49 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • This Claritin pack contains 100 days of non drowsy allergy relief. It comes in 3 boxes: 1 x60ct, 1x30ct, 1x10ct
  • Powerful, 24 hour, non drowsy indoor and outdoor allergy relief
  • #1 doctor recommended non-drowsy oral allergy brand. *
  • No prescription needed: Find relief of allergy symptoms triggered by over 200 different allergens from pets, pollen, dust and mold.
  • Relief of your worst allergy symptoms including sneezing, runny nose, itchy/watery eyes and itchy throat/nose
  • Claritin contains 10 milligrams of loratadine per tablet, that blocks the effects of histamines in the body.

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This is roughly $26 on Walmart. So the comparison to $50 is a bit absurd.


Switched to Costco generic years ago and haven’t looked back.




Be careful. While s&S price shows the $17.42 when you actually subscribe on the checkout page it is $42

Eric from Dallas

please don’t waste your money on the name brand. The generic is $9.45 for 300 pills with subscribe and save – I’ve been using this brand for over a year, it works fine.

Eric from Dallas

to user @df – the Costco link you posted is generic zyrtec. Generic claritin (loratidine) is even cheaper $8.69 for 365 tablets is currently on sale and even cheaper than the Amazon link I just posted –


This arrived yesterday and it was 3 boxes of 100 pills each!


It’s popping up at $25.32 and I don’t see the 30% coupon to clip anywhere. Is this dead?

Dovid L