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Old 07-31-2011, 11:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Cub Mistress View Post
loratadine (claritin) and sudafed (the D part) are both available in generic. the downside is you would take two pills instead of one, but it might make a considerable savings for you, depending on your insurance plan. I find I pay less if I just buy OTC than if I send it through my insurance plan.
I'll look into the sudafed part, you're right in the Claritin part: 300 for $12 at Costco...it's the decongestant part where they're screwing ya.