Like most people in our country, I am saving everywhere I can these days. We continue to work hard and our business thrives, but every night on the news it seems I hear more bad news about the economy. Anyway back to my blog topic, Allegra D. My insurance does not cover the full amount of my monthly prescription for Allegra D 12 hour allergy medicine. I have to pay $60 per month for it out of pocket. Actually, I used to have to pay $60 per month for it, starting now I am going to be paying $36 per month for it with the coupon below.
I have always been a fan of the three pronged approach towards managing allergies. A combination of environmental control measures (air purifiers and allergy bedding for me), plus allergy medications (Allegra D and generic Flonase for me), plus immunotherapy (tried it and it worked, but too inconvenient for my current lifestyle) if necessary is a great recipe for success.
Allegra D is my miracle drug, it keeps me from getting congested, and from getting sinus infections. However, it is not a wonder drug for my wife. I suggested she take one of my Allegra Ds last week, probably not a good idea, and she was up literally all night. It had a side effect on her that I don't experience. She was mad at me and has vowed never to take it again.
Anyway, here is the coupon for Allegra D below. I filled my Rx today and am going to pick it up after work, and then I'll take 5 minutes and fill out the rebate certificate and mail it in tomorrow morning.
I have tried buying Allegra D through Kroger, via the Canadian pharmacies, legally of course, and haven't found a loophole for savings like this until now. I will be sure to report back when I get reimbursed.
Click on this link allegra-d 12 hour then click on the red rebate certificate on the page.