Omeprazole Heartburn Tablets Just $8.99 After Cash Back at Rite Aid (Regularly $23)

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Suffer from frequent heartburn?

If so, you’ll be happy to know that Rite Aid now offers Omeprazole Orally Disintegrating Tablets (also referred to as ODT) for heartburn treatment.

Even sweeter, through November 1st, you can score a whopping $5 cash back from Ibotta when you buy Omeprazole ODT 42-Count at Rite Aid (limit five). This is a great deal and an awesome way to use up those plenti points you’ve accumulated.

Rite Aid  Deal Idea (Starting 7/29):

Omeprazole ODT 42-Count $19.99 (regularly $22.99)
$6 Rite Aid in-ad coupon
Pay $13.99
Get $5 cash back from Ibotta (limit five; expires 11/1)
Final cost only $8.99 – just 21¢ per dose!

When you’re battling heartburn the last thing you want to do is worry about swallowing a pill. That’s why Rite Aid Omeprazole ODT, this new orally disintegrating pill, is so convenient! The tablet easily dissolves on your tongue, so you can tuck it in your purse and take it on the go without waterEven better, it works as well as national brands at a fraction of the price!

Use as directed for 14 days to treat frequent heartburn (occurring two or more days a week). May take 1-4 days for full effect and is not intended for immediate relief.

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Comments 4

  1. Cindy

    Omeprazole is linked to Alzheimer’s. My doctor took me off of it and told me to take ranitidine (Zantac) instead. Personally, I think ranitidine doesn’t work as well as omeprazole, but it’s the safer alternative.

  2. Tara

    H2 antagonists are also linked to cognition issues. Personally, I would rather face dementia than esophageal cancer.

  3. Mel_Punk

    My GI doctor didn’t ask me to go off of it, but whlle visiting my Internal medicine doctor, I was asked to participate in a study to switch from Omeprazole to Rantidine. I tried for 2 weeks but I was miserable. I have Crohn’s Disease so I already don’t eat a lot of foods, nothing spicy, nothing with “buffalo” in the name. Omeprazole is the only thing that helps me. Thanks for the deal notice!

  4. jane

    I had 2 drs. tell me to stop taking it. It can cause polyps in stomach and have rebound effect and keep you from absorbing nutrients. I take prescription Famotidine , Sucralfate and non prescription Gaviscon

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