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I love CVS, they have so much of what you need, and easier than going to a big box store!

If you or anyone in your household has become victim to the terrible cold and flu season this year, GoGargle! can help with that sore, irritable throat. 
GoGargle! is available at major retailers like CVS & Meijer, along with other stores. Right now is the perfect time and season to stock up on GoGargle! and you can even score a $1/1 savings with the available coupon.

***The Giveaway***

1 Winner will receive a package of GoGargle! & a $20 CVS Gift Card to stock up!

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 02/02/15.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries

Good Luck.

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By on January 23rd, 2015

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107 thoughts on “Go Gargle! & $20 CVS Gift Card Giveaway ends 2/02 US only”

  1. My only "home" remedy, is to drink hot tea with honey and lemon, and to gargle with warm salt water three to four times a day. If my sore throat is really bad or I am coughing a lot, a small shot of Brandy works really well for me, and since I don't drink, I think it helps a lot with my body.

  2. As soon as the sore throat starts I start drinking hot tea with honey. Makes it feel a bit better, at least for a short time.

  3. I hate the taste of salt water for gargling. I usually just drink tea with honey and load up on ibuprofen and suffer through it.

  4. tea and honey was my mothers' remedy of choice. I continue with lemon and honey oth in tea and in my readysupply of cough drops.

  5. We usually use warm salt water and gargle it or swish - depending on what is wrong (sore throat or cold sore inside the mouth).

  6. We gargle with lightly salted water -it helps! Not much we do for a cold except cold pills and lots of fluids. And Zinc pills.

  7. My mom has always told me to gargle with warm salty water, I think it might help a little, but I have never really found a good remedy for a sore throat. I would be interested in trying this.

  8. Not really but when i was home with a cold last week my friend told me to put a bunch of Vicks on my feet before i go to bed on and put socks on and i did wake up feeling better so i'll be doing that when any of us get sick.

  9. With our kids we have found that one of the cheapest and most effective solutions with them is to simply give them a peppermint to suck on when they have a sore throat. The peppermint tends to also open up their nasal passages if they happen to be stuffed up 🙂


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