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 10 months ago    reply

Check costco

tiller
Answered 10 months ago    reply

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

phoebe.miller
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Oh bummer

chevalier
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Can you use Prime?

tiller
Answered 10 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 10 months ago    reply

Song

song
Answered 10 months ago    reply

It’s unavailable right now

resolved_comet
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I use allernix, walmart brings it in for me.


hsheryll
Answered 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 months ago    reply

Those are above the liquid

hsheryll
Answered 10 months ago    reply

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

hsheryll
Answered 10 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 10 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 10 months ago    reply

die*

hsheryll
Answered 10 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 10 months ago    reply

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

song
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Chevalier

extralarge_doerr
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Sheryll good idea!

hsheryll
Answered 10 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 10 months ago    reply

CVS they are white

fernandehoag3
Answered 10 months ago    reply

CVS brand


curlv
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I get mine at CVS too


a.elisabeth
Answered 10 months ago    reply

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


chevalier
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Done!


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