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*Expired* Zyrtec Kids Book and Coupons

by Freebies4Mom on September 17, 2009 9:27 am

If you have any Zyrtec in your house you can mail in one UPC for a free book “The Air Out There” from Scholastic. This offer started on April 17 and ends on November 30 or when 10,000 books have been awarded. You can actually read the entire book online. And from the Scholastic website is a great coupon to Save $3 on any Zyrtec product(expires 12/31/09) that’s a PDF file so you can print as many as you can use.

I finally admitted that I myself might have allergies to “the air out there” right now in Houston, and I bought a package of Zyrtec at Target to try. The 5-count Zyrtec is on sale for $4.94 and I had a $4 manufacturer’s coupon so I got it for only 44 cents. If you need more Zyrtec coupons then you should sign-up for Zyrtopia. You’ll then have access to these coupons: Save $2 off any Zyrtec product and Save $4 off Zyrtec Itchy Eye drops. There’s also a Zyrtec Satisfaction Guarantee to get your money back if you aren’t fully satisfied. And check-out the free Zyrtec Allergy Forecast iTunes application because it gives you today’s and tomorrow’s allergy forecast for your city.

The free sample of Zyrtec is still available from Walmart, but for a limited number of states.

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Anonymous September 18, 2009 at 3:42 pm

Thank you so much. My local Sweetbay has children Zyrtec on clearance. With this coupon it will only cost $.25 for the small box!Lavonda, Ocala, FL


hopeng September 18, 2009 at 12:17 pm

Zyretec is cheapest at Costco – a double pack. Right now, there is a Costco coupon for $5 off their double pack which goes for about $17, pre-coupon.


Anonymous September 17, 2009 at 3:48 pm

Since this promotion has been available since April, then is there a way to check to see if they have any more books available before spending my stamp to try for the book? Thank you.


Amanda September 17, 2009 at 3:34 pm

The book is free with a UPC from any Children's Zyrtec, not Adult Zyrtec.


Diane September 17, 2009 at 12:14 pm

Thank you for letting me know that they have a small package at target. I think its time for me to try some medicine as i have been miserable for 2 weeks now…sneezing and sneezing my head off. This will allow me to try it before spending $$$ medicine if i don't like it.


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