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Vial and blister pack details

PocketPaks™ retail packs include a 24-count blister-packed vial, a 72-count blister containing three 24-count vials, and a 16-count vial blister-packed sleeve. A 144-count clubstore pack contains six 24-count vials. The packs feature easy opening and tamper evidence.
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The primary package that contains the postage stamp-sized strips is a tiny ergonomically designed one-piece vial that’s injection-molded in a translucent blue-green color that mimics that of liquid Listerine. It’s about 1¾’’ x 1’’ X ¼’’ deep. A hinged tab on the front allows fingertip opening to the strips inside. The clear blister and foil laminate backing provide a moisture barrier for the needed shelf life. To open the 24- and 72-count packs users first remove a perforated/die-cut back panel then push the vial from the front through a foil-laminate backing. The company also offers foil-laminate sample packs containing the vials in 8- or 24-count versions.

Suggested pricing is $1.49 for the 16-count version $1.69 for the 24 and $3.99 for the 72. A 144-count clubstore version sells for $5.99.

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