We told you earlier about free Zyrtec at Target. Don’t have a Target or prefer Walmart? Zyrtec is priced at only $5.27 at Walmart, making it free!

Zyrtec 24 Hour Allergy Tablets 10 mg, 5 ct $5.27, regular price
Use $6.00/1 Zyrtec, 5 ct from SS 4/28 (exp 5/5)
Final Price: Free

 

Thanks, Reader Audra

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38 thoughts on “Zyrtec Coupon, Free at Walmart!”

  1. Jessiza says:

    Does anyone know where Walmart coupon policy can be found? I want to go purchase some zytrec since I have HORRIBLE allergies but I dont know if they put it a limit on how many you can purchase in a transaction…

  2. Crazy went to three different walmarts and two targets and only managed to get 13 zyrtec between the five stores. Selfs were cleaned out

  3. cwalker82 says:

    It was a MM for me!!! I never noticed the UP TO and neither did the cashier I guess! Sweet for me!

  4. Zoa Barker says:

    I am new to couponing- I bought the paper yesterday, but mine did not have this coupon either (North Dakota). I also went to a coupon clipping service, but they only have the $7 off 70ct coupon… does this just mean that there is no way to find coupons for this deal? I would love some advice! thanks!! :)

    • kimkimma says:

      I got mine off eBay. 20 coupons for $3.49. So I purchased 3 sets…60 coupons for $10. Hubby has year round allergies so I need to stock up!

  5. My Walmarts and Targets shelves were cleared. I did pick them up at King Soopers and paid $.25 for them. To me this is still a good deal since I was at least get some for a cheap price. I still have one coupon left and hope to be able to find one more at King Soopers or Safeway. I already know my Walgreens shelves are cleare and won’t be restocked. Hopefully I can find one more at that end of the week. I take this stuff every day all year long.

  6. mh3rdwheel says:

    I was at CVS and I got the Zyrtec I bought 2 of them and 4 of the Dawn dish soap. I paid a total of $3.12. I paid $.72 for the Zyrtec and $2.74 for the soap. The soap on the hand care $.49 and for the regular $.59 each.
    I do not have much time either but I did this while I ran errands. When they didn’t have I just went to the service desk and ask for a rain check.

  7. Joe Columbus says:

    If your shelves are cleared at Wal-Mart, remember the magic 88 cents bin! There is a generic Zyrtec in there – 14 tabs for 88 cents. Also, double check for these 5 tab size packages up by the registers – that’s where my Wal-Mart hides them. While free is better, I’ve found the 88 cent generics to work just fine for me. :-)

    • mh3rdwheel says:

      Zyrtec is free at CVS and Walgreens.

    • Diane says:

      Went to Walmart, CVS and walgreens shelves were cleared and the coupon expired May 5, I didnt get a raincheck at CVS and walgreens usually before they restock my coupons are expired.

  8. LadyD says:

    Went to Walmart at 8 am Sun. morning and the shelf was cleared! I couldn’t believe it. I was about to head to CVS, when I thought of Target! Their shelves were full, and I got overage! I wasn’t expecting that, since Target has been very picky lately.

  9. Jeananete says:

    My SS also did not have this Coupon. ~ Colorado

  10. Jamie says:

    I was actually glad to see that Idaho actually got something good for a change. People on the East coast tend to get better coupons-higher value or or only required to buy one item. Now that Albertsons has stopped double coupons and round up days, I hope we start getting better coupons. Albertsons were the only store that doubled coupons here. Sad “(

  11. Chickenwang555 says:

    I thought I was crazy that it said UP TO $6, but that is the point of the banner on the coupon that is orange….Did anyone get a $6/1 zyrtec that does not have UP TO on it?

  12. Preemie Mom says:

    We didn’t get the Zyrtec coupon either…. bummer…… :(

  13. The Walmarts around me are no longer allowing overages to give back as cash, gift card or as an overage! :( If they are going to do that, then they need to update their policy online!

  14. trisha says:

    it is pretty much not worth my time or money to coupon because I can go to any store Monday morning bright and early and EVERYTHING will already be gone. I am a single parent with two children under 3. I cant drag them to the store with me when I get my paper in the middle of the night. I might as well be saving my paper money and spending it on the products I have to buy. I know I am not the only one. thanks for nothing.

    • Saving4MyFamilyof7 says:

      I have 5 under 5.. including 13 week old twins… its hard but I do find time and on occasion taken them with me. I know it may not work for some but even Ive found stuff cleared, usually if I wait til Thursday or so instead of going out on Mondays I find more than I would have on Monday, If it doesn’t work for you its not KCLs fault….

      • Saving4MyFamilyof7 says:

        It took me awhile; I can’t get every deal either, but another store will eventually have an even better deal. I’ve learned not to jump on the first deal sometimes as another better one will come along the next week. I do all my clipping/planning after everyone is in bed, I take an hour and get it all done. I know I lose a little bit of sleep but I do it to save money as we’re on one income and my hub works 45 hours plus a week. It took me over a month to actually get it down pat. I learned the hard way trying to chase every deal as I actually missed out on freebies as my coupons were gone as I used them on another deal:(

    • AshleyAshley says:

      Once you get in to a groove with couponing it’s great. At first it will seem a little daunting. I would encourage you not to give up on it. I’m a single mom of one and I know how frustrating it can be to shop with kids. Make it work for you! Getting every deal isn’t always feasible, but making a list and checking it twice and throwing your coupons at it pays off. =)

    • Saving4MyFamilyof7 says:

      It took me awhile; I can’t get every deal either, but another store will eventually have an even better deal. I’ve learned not to jump on the first deal sometimes as another better one will come along the next week. I do all my clipping/planning after everyone is in bed(usually late with all 5 including 13 week old twins), I take an hour and get it all done. I know I lose a little bit of sleep but I do it to save money as we’re on one income and my hub works 45 hours plus a week. It took me over a month to actually get it down pat. I learned the hard way trying to chase every deal, I’ve held myself back.

    • kristi says:

      Trisha. I can relate to your frustrations. I have had the same issue at times too. I actually ran into this problem several times recently. For instance with the Poligrip money maker deal. Went to Walmart yesterday and the shelves were cleared, I was hoping to use the overage to save money on my other items.
      We have 3 children and one is under 2 yrs. I usually just try and shop with our 14 month old if I can. Less stress. If we all shop together, I make it a small shopping trip. My bigger trips I only take our 14 month old. :-)
      All I can say is don’t give up. Its well worth the savings when you do get the deals.
      However, the money articles I have read ALL state that Monday is the worst day to shop. Its right after the new ads and coupons come out and the stores have been raided. They all say that the ideal day for shopping is Wednesday.
      If your able too, I recommend also shopping early in the morning before a lot of crowds get to the store, It makes it less stressful when there aren’t a lot of people around and in the lines. You can take your time shopping and at check out without anyone complaining.
      Also, if you get to the store and the items you wanted are out of stock, don’t forget you can get a rain check for those items and come back when they are restocked and get them for the sale price.

  15. Darla says:

    My area didn’t get the $6 off Zyrtec coupon :( Found out we will not be getting SS inserts anymore at all. Bummed.

    • Oh no! Can you subscribe to a different paper that has it? Also, SmartSource.com has lots of similar coupons, though normally of less value. It’s not as wonderful, but better than nothing.

      • Chickenwang555 says:

        KCL, did ANY coupon not say UP TO in an orange banner for the $6/1? I’ve checked four site about this coupon and every region I have spotted from sites that clip them, all say UP TO $6 in the orange banner across the coupon.

        • It looks like they all have the “Up to” in small print at the top.

          • Anonymous says:

            I got my Zyrtec this morning and didn’t even notice the “up to” in the fine print. The casher at Walmart took off $6.00. There was also a printable coupon for $6.00 on S.S. but it’s gone now. The redplum insert I got yesterday has about half of the coupons listed in the preview. So, a bunch of them were regional or I only got a partial insert. Central Texas…Austin American-Statesman.

      • mh3rdwheel says:

        Can we maybe do a section of coupons wanted,?

    • Heather Hampton says:

      You can try a coupon clipping service like Coupons by DeDe or Thecouponclippers.

  16. This is not technically a moneymaker since the coupon states “UP TO $6″ and also says “no cash back to be given if coupon exceeds retail price”.