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Do you have foods that you avoid or as soon as you eat them you immediately go and take heartburn medicine?  It’s a part of life in our house too. I really can’t complain, but for my husband things are worse.  He pretty much has to take something every day or else he stays up all night with discomfort.

That may be more than you wanted to know about us…

With needing regular medicine, the best option for savings is grabbing a house brand.  Rite Aid has a new Omeprazole Orally Disintegrating Tablet (also referred to as ODT) that is almost 60% cheaper than the national brand! It works as well as the national brands, but since it’s house brand, it’s actually affordable.

Right now you can save even more on Rite Aid Omeprazole ODT!  It’s on sale $3 off all week, plus get another $5 back when you submit an Ibotta offer. You can go big and get $5 off on up to 5 boxes!!

Instead of swallowing a pill, the Omeprazole ODT disintegrates in your mouth and starts to work.  This is perfect if you are on the go and don’t have a glass of water! It’s also great for anyone with chronic heartburn that find swallowing a pill painful.

Omeprazole ODT is meant for folks that suffer from frequent heartburn (at least twice a week).  For my husband this was recommended by his doctor and has done a great job.

Just a note if you’ve never tried Omeprazole before, it’s not for immediate relief but takes about 24 (for some it can take up to 4 days).   Also, you should use as directed once every 4 hours for up to 14 days.

Would you prefer a disintegrating tablet?