The Allegra family of products available over-the-counter nationwide includes:
• Allegra 24HR and Allegra 12HR Tablets for adults and children 12 years of age and older
• Allegra Gelcaps 24HR Gel-Coated tablets for adults and children 12 years of age and older
• Children’s Allegra 12HR Orally Disintegrating Tablets for children 6 years of age and older
• Children’s Allegra 12HR Liquid Oral Suspension for children 2 years of age and older
• Allegra-D 24HR and Allegra-D 12HR Extended-Release Tablets (with a decongestant) for adults and children 12 years of age and older
The available count sizes vary according to the different Allegra formulations. The count sizes for each are:
• Allegra 24HR: 5, 15, 30, 45, 70, or 90 counts
• Allegra 12HR: 12 or 24 count
• Allegra Gelcaps 24HR: 8, 24 or 60 count
• Allegra-D 24HR: 10 or 15 counts
• Allegra-D 12HR: 10, 20, or 30 counts
• Children’s Allegra Orally Disintegrating Tablets: 12 or 24 count
• Children’s Allegra Liquid Oral Suspension: 4 oz or 8 oz liquid oral suspension
Yes. Due to a federal pseudoephedrine drug statute and related regulations, the amount of product sold over the counter is limited by the amount of pseudoephedrine that can be contained in the packaging. Allegra-D contains pseudoephedrine, and is subject to these requirements. We are working within these requirements to find ways to bring you a better experience.
Currently, only Allegra 24HR Tablets are available in a 90 count, which can be found in your local club store.
Allegra is indicated for the temporary relief of symptoms due to upper respiratory allergies or hay fever, which can be caused by an allergic response to indoor or outdoor allergens. Allegra offers fast,* non-drowsy, 24-hour relief of allergy symptoms including sneezing, runny nose, itchy watery eyes, and itchy nose or throat.
There are additional indications for Allegra-D, including relief of nasal congestion and sinus pressure brought on by allergies as well as temporary relief from nasal congestion due to the common cold, hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies.
*Starts working in one hour. Use only as directed.
An allergist, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider can help answer any additional questions.
Allegra became available in its original prescription strength without a prescription in stores nationwide on March 4, 2011.
Allegra is available in drug, grocery, mass merchandiser, and club stores nationwide.
Pricing for Allegra varies by retailer. Please check with your local stores to confirm. Occasional coupons will be available at Allegra.com — so check back often.
Over-the-counter medications are not typically covered by insurance plans. However, insurance plans differ for each individual, so be sure to check with your insurance company.
Our packaging changed, but you’re still getting the same original prescription strength allergy relief that you can count on.
Yes. Allegra Allergy temporarily relieves symptoms due to upper respiratory allergies or hay fever, which can be caused by an allergic response to indoor or outdoor allergens. Symptoms include runny nose, itchy watery eyes, sneezing, or itching of the nose or throat.
Yes. Allegra Allergy is currently approved for the relief of both indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms, including pet allergies.
Yes. Allegra Allergy is currently approved for the relief of both indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms, including mold allergies.
Allegra Allergy starts working one hour after taking the medication.
Allegra Allergy offers fast*, non-drowsy, 24-hour relief of allergy symptoms including sneezing, runny nose, itchy watery eyes, and itchy nose or throat.
*Starts working in one hour. Use only as directed.
For children, Children’s Allegra has been FDA approved for over-the-counter use in 12-hour formulations including: Children’s Allegra Orally Disintegrating Tablets for use in children 6 years of age and older and Children’s Allegra Liquid Oral Suspension for use in children 2 years of age and older. Parents who have additional questions should talk to a pediatrician, allergist, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider.
Yes. Children’s Allegra has been evaluated in the largest pediatric seasonal allergy study of its kind as part of the original approval of prescription Children’s Allegra. Children’s Allegra for over-the-counter use is now FDA approved in 12-hour formulations including: Children’s Allegra Orally Disintegrating Tablets for use in children 6 years of age and older, and Children’s Allegra Liquid Oral Suspension for use in children 2 years of age and older. Parents who have additional questions should talk to a pediatrician, allergist, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider.
Pregnant or nursing women should consult with a physician before taking any medication, including Allegra.
No. Allegra is available for purchase without first having to get a prescription (from an allergist or other healthcare provider). If allergy sufferers have additional questions, they should talk to an allergist or other healthcare provider.
Allegra should be used as directed according to the product label. Maximum effectiveness has been demonstrated when Allegra is taken with water. Taking Allegra with fruit juice IS NOT a safety risk, but the effectiveness of the medicine may be reduced.
Because there is no standardized gluten-free certification process, Allegra is not certified as gluten-free, but none of the ingredients are derived from wheat, barley, spelt, oats, or rye. Corn gluten is present in the Pregelatinized Starch; however, this type of gluten is not gliadin gluten, to which some people develop a sensitivity. Finally, Allegra does not contain and is not derived from dairy, lactose, casein, eggs, iodine, peanuts, shellfish, soy, taic, tree nuts, or whey.
Our $5.00 coupon is available exclusively through our Facebook page (only accessible on a desktop computer). Click on the Savings & More! tab at the top of our Facebook page (or by clicking here), and then on the next page, click on “$5 off.” You’ll then be redirected to the Web page of our coupon partner, where you’ll click “Print Coupon.” Easy!
We currently do not have a mobile coupon that you can use by showing your mobile device at a retailer, but you can redeem a coupon through the mobile site. First, go to Allegra.com on your mobile device and click on the “Get Coupon” link. Then you must enter your e-mail address in the field and select the “Print Coupon” link. From there, the coupon will be e-mailed to you, where you must access it from a computer connected to a printer. Print the coupon and take it to a retailer to save on Allegra.