Save $3 on Tylenol Extra Strength! *printable coupon*

Got a headache? Well, you’re just in time ’cause Living Well is offering a printable coupon to save you $3 on your next purchase of Tylenol Extra Strength! Wouldn’t it be great if it also happens to be on-sale?? 😉

(I didn’t notice this before, but isn’t it weird that the packaging states that it contains “no aspirin”??)

Click here to print off your coupon.

8 responses to “ Save $3 on Tylenol Extra Strength! *printable coupon*”

  1. LAR says:

    acetaminophen isn’t aspirin acetacylacic acid is so I guess it states it for the people who don’t know about the difference

  2. Glen says:

    “…contains no aspirin and is unlikely to cause the type of stomach irritation the way that aspirin, naproxen sodium or even ibuprofen sometimes can.”

  3. Jen says:

    It’s a good thing Tylenol does not contain aspirin and states that on their package. Many people cannot take Aspirin (Acetacylic Acid) or Ibuprofen or Naproxen because NSAIDs can cause react with their medications. So how is it weird they would advertise they do not have that medication?

    I cannot take NSAIDs because I take an SSRI and it causes my kidneys to stop functioning properly and I end up bleeding internally as a result. I check every bottle of every OTC I buy to ensure they do not have even trace amounts of Ibuprofen, Naproxen, or Acetacylic acid.

    I suggest you use Google to answer your questions next time, simply because we are not your answer board. 🙂

  4. Natalka says:

    Thx, not new though. I used coupon on the weekend when SDM had 100s on sale, making it a great deal.
    Of course it’s a good idea that the packaging clarifies things for consumers – OTCs can be very confusing for some people – for reasons Jen outlines above.

  5. Nancy says:

    Is there a PDF for this coupon – can’t install the printer program at work and printer at home not working

  6. michelle says:

    I love that it has no aspirin written on it as i am allergic to aspirin.I wish they would put it on all meds.

  7. Becky says:

    I love the “no aspirin”, as a person who has Von Willebrand’s Disease, I cannot take aspirin, ibprofuen, etc. I know that Tylenol is safe for me, but it does make it easier to notice products I can use without reading the fine print everytime.

  8. TT says:

    I have never seen this advertised on the outside of package either.

    One side effect is that it acts as a ‘blood thinner. Low doses can be beneficial for some people, while it can be very dangerous for others to take (eg people with blood disorders). There are probably many reasons people should or should not take this.

    Obviously people need to be informed before taking medication & don’t think the original writer was trying to get informed but just pointing out they had not seen this before. lol.


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