Tylenol Arthritis pain reliever is selling at inflated prices on eBay. One bottle of 250 caplets sold for $31.99 on March 5. Apparently, Tylenol Arthritis pain reliever has been discontinued as many listings have the keyword "discontinued" in the title. There was a recall of Tylenol Arthritis in 2009, however it was put back on the shelves again months later.
Tylenol Arthritis contains no aspirin, and can be used to relieve pain from arthritis, muscle aches, and backaches. It relieves osteoarthritis pain as effectively as naproxen sodium, the medicine in Aleve, and won't irritate the stomach the way aspirin or ibuprofen can. The product contains 650 mg of acetaminophen and comes in 200- 250 count bottles. Some of the sellers on eBay are located in Canada, but many are in the USA. Expiration dates are out to 2015.
Look for Tylenol Arthritis in closeout stores, Big Lots, dollar stores, and on clearance in grocery and drug stores. You may also find it at flea markets, garage sales, or estate sales. Be sure to check the expiration date since eBay does not allow the sale of expired over the counter drugs.