Where can I find bulk size, dye free Benadryl / Diphenhydramine TABLETS (not liquid gels)? I thought I found my last bottle through Amazon but they don’t have it anymore &

I just searched some pharmacy websites (CVS, Walgreens, etc) and I can’t seem to find any store selling a bottle of the tablets.

26 Answers

phoebe.miller
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Check costco

tiller
Answered 8 months ago    reply

They don’t have the dye free. Dad had to order from Amazon.

phoebe.miller
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Oh bummer

chevalier
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Can you use Prime?

tiller
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Yeah, depends if it’s in stock to use prime on Amazon. Things go in and out of stock often.

chevalier
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Song

song
Answered 8 months ago    reply

It’s unavailable right now

resolved_comet
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I use allernix, walmart brings it in for me.


hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

48 for $7
Benadryl Antihistamine Allergy Medicine & Cold Relief, Dye-Free LIQUI-GELS Tablets, Liquid Gels, 24 Count (Pack of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ALUJBY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_CezrAbQ6JP4R0


hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Liquid, $5.39 a bottle
Children’s Benadryl Antihistamine Allergy Relief, Dye-Free Liquid, Bubble Gum Flavored, 4 Oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004DGO3WS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_KjzrAb3MFMCWB

song
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Thank you, but I need tablets - I have an emergency pill container on my keychain, etc. & I can’t open up the liquid gel tabs

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Those are above the liquid

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Oh, Tablets... they don’t make Tablets dye free? Only the gels.

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I have NEVER seen these in a store, only an image on a search. I can’t locate them available anywhere for sale... good luck. I love the liquid gels. They work fast.


song
Answered 8 months ago    reply



I need to try to find a BOTTLE of the TABLETS

I can’t open up the tabs for the liquid gels (I have MS & it affects my dexterity / fine motor skills)

I’ll dye of anaphylaxis before I get one of those suckers open.

chevalier
Answered 8 months ago    reply

die*

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I get the gels, and put them in an empty Rx pill bottle BEFORE I have a need for them. That way they are there and ready when I need them.

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Cheaper and quick delivery from Amazon. No perfumed people at CVS to contend with

song
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Chevalier

extralarge_doerr
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Sheryll good idea!

hsheryll
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I do the same thing with Imodium if I can’t find the soft gels already in a bottle. The ones on the blister packs are hard to open because they are child proof. I have carpal tunnel and Masto hands. I take a pair of nail scissors to them while watching tv and carefully open all of them and plop them in the bottles. Problem solved.


fernandehoag3
Answered 8 months ago    reply

CVS they are white

fernandehoag3
Answered 8 months ago    reply

CVS brand


curlv
Answered 8 months ago    reply

I get mine at CVS too


a.elisabeth
Answered 8 months ago    reply

CVS isn't gluten free from what I remember, so if that's an issue, keep that in mind.


chevalier
Answered 8 months ago    reply

Done!


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