12 months supply of Loratadine Hayfever Tablets - 360 for £9.50 delivered @ Pharmacy Kwik - HotUKDeals
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12 months supply of Loratadine Hayfever Tablets - 360 for £9.50 delivered @ Pharmacy Kwik

£9.50 @ PharmacyKwik
I mentioned this in another expired thread but maybe it deserves it's own. Pharmacy Kwik are offering 12 boxes x 30 tablets of Loratidine which is a Clarityn replacement for £9.50 with free deliver…
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I mentioned this in another expired thread but maybe it deserves it's own.

Pharmacy Kwik are offering 12 boxes x 30 tablets of Loratidine which is a Clarityn replacement for £9.50 with free delivery.

Mine arrived a couple of weeks ago and seem to be keeping my cat allergy at bay.
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#1
Is there an expiry date on them?
#2
360 tablets, thats wholesale size quantity! Poor you.
#3
Well done Milkfloat - apt name for someone with cats!
#4
Basepair
Is there an expiry date on them?

I will need to check when I get home, but I know it is well over a year as I looked when they first arrived.
#5
Never heard of this place, are they reputable?

Edited By: repouk on Jan 02, 2015 14:52
#6
Cool deal
#7
Who's a good Milkfloat?

Well done. X)
1 Like #8
This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.
Read http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/pharmacykwik If it gives the option of Paypal at the checkout I would consider using it.

Edited By: Ralph888 on Jan 02, 2015 19:25
#9
Ralph888
This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.

Your pharmacist today is...

Mukaram Sheikh
GPhC Registration No. 2071106

I doubt a qualified Pharmacist would risk his career over a few hayfever pills, so this firm is probably more qualified than 90% of the others on here.
1 Like #10
cb-uk
Ralph888
This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.
Your pharmacist today is...
Mukaram Sheikh
GPhC Registration No. 2071106
I doubt a qualified Pharmacist would risk his career over a few hayfever pills, so this firm is probably more qualified than 90% of the others on here.
HUKD Rules are rules, the company is small his pharmacy has had less than a £31 k turnover. Our local Chemist went bust and the pharmacist reopened under another company, didn't effect his status.
2 Likes #11
I have no information on the company, but I would assume turnover is well in excess of 31k. Deals have been posted on here for over 11 months, plus the company appears on the second page of Google results.

For information - my tablets have an expiry of Feb 2017.
#12
Ralph888
cb-uk
Ralph888
This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.
Your pharmacist today is...
Mukaram Sheikh
GPhC Registration No. 2071106
I doubt a qualified Pharmacist would risk his career over a few hayfever pills, so this firm is probably more qualified than 90% of the others on here.
HUKD Rules are rules, the company is small his pharmacy has had less than a £31 k turnover. Our local Chemist went bust and the pharmacist reopened under another company, didn't effect his status.
His business is still probably doing better than most of the UK banks that were/are effectively bankrupt.
#13
fantastic deal
#14
I currently buy the Morrison's ones at 14 for £1.20 so this is much better value.
#15
Cheap, but I don't need that many. Best deal I could find on the High Street is 14 tablets for 79p at B&M, which works out about twice as much as this deal per tablet, but still only 5 and half pence a throw.
#16
Ralph888
cb-uk
[quote=Ralph888] This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.
Your pharmacist today is...
Mukaram Sheikh
GPhC Registration No. 2071106
Our local Chemist went bust and the pharmacist reopened under another company, didn't effect his status.

"Affect"!
#17
I bought the Cetirizine version of these because they suit me better and are non drowsy for me anyway, same price, from these guys PharmacyKwik. Good value.

Arrived very quickly so no worries about ordering.
#18
good deal, unless you live in Scotland where hayfever tablets are free on presciption :)
1 Like #19
Hot! Good deal considering it also includes delivery. Hayfever pills usually have a long shelf life so worth stocking up for this year and into next.

The comments about this companies performance.
If you click on the "about us" part of the website you will see its a family business run by some guys who qualified in Pharmacy from Manchester Uni.

For the sake of a tenner, I would rather support hard working small businesses like this rather than big chains.Help them be successful and help them grow. (maybe this should be in the HUKD charter rather than continually supporting the big companies with promoting their mis-prices/deals)

Of course, protecting yourself by using Paypal is a good idea.
#20
Do these have a drowsy effect?
#21
Is this post for real? We're waist deep in snow in Derry!! ;-)
#22
Dogs can use these too. Much cheaper than getting them from the vet. heat added
#23
Thank you, have used these before and get along ok with them.
#24
Why are people paying for allergy meds? Don't you just go to the doctors and get them on script from the pharmacist for free?
#25
Ralph888
This company does not meet HUKD criteria for sales performance. Total time in business two years and not much financial info and one Director.
Read http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/pharmacykwik If it gives the option of Paypal at the checkout I would consider using it.

I've been ordering from them as long as their deals have been appearing on HUKD and it's always been excellent service, product and price.
#26
little_deal_minx
Why are people paying for allergy meds? Don't you just go to the doctors and get them on script from the pharmacist for free?


I certainly can't do that.
#27
I ordered these last time and am sure they send them in 2 lots. One lot for 6 months and then the next lot. Still waiting on my next shipment.
2 Likes #28
ducky
Is this post for real? We're waist deep in snow in Derry!! ;-)

It is an outrage that hayfever tablets can't assist you in your affliction. There's no money in it you see, that's why it's taken them 30 years to bother to find any new antibiotics. If we had a constant irritating supply of snow in the UK then you'd be sure that big pharma would find a way of making hayfever tablets tackle the malaise of snow fever.
#29
little_deal_minx
Why are people paying for allergy meds? Don't you just go to the doctors and get them on script from the pharmacist for free?

£8 on prescription in England
#30
little_deal_minx
Why are people paying for allergy meds? Don't you just go to the doctors and get them on script from the pharmacist for free?

See this might be one of the reasons why the NHS is struggling. People don't want to pay for cheap, affordable things like this, paracetamol etc because they feel they're entitled to it. Why waste 5 mins of a GP's time, 5 mins of a pharmicist's time, and 15 mins of their own time to save 1 or 2 pounds whilst costing the NHS probably £20 or more?

Plus if you're in England it's £8.05 charge and any GP I've seen will never give out stuff that's cheaper to go buy yourself. :p
#31
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too
#32
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too

They both work the same but sometimes they cause different side effects so it's sort of preference really.
#33
yrreb88
little_deal_minx
Why are people paying for allergy meds? Don't you just go to the doctors and get them on script from the pharmacist for free?

See this might be one of the reasons why the NHS is struggling. People don't want to pay for cheap, affordable things like this, paracetamol etc because they feel they're entitled to it. Why waste 5 mins of a GP's time, 5 mins of a pharmicist's time, and 15 mins of their own time to save 1 or 2 pounds whilst costing the NHS probably £20 or more?

Plus if you're in England it's £8.05 charge and any GP I've seen will never give out stuff that's cheaper to go buy yourself. :p

Ah right, didn't know you get charged in England so that's fair enough
#34
Good deal
#35
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too


Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy
#36
mdekq007
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too

Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy

Is the loratidine because of possible interaction with carbamazepine?

I think all antihistamines can have an effect on epilectics so I think you'd have to check with a GP regardless.
#37
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too
they also sell cetirizine very cheap on their website. its great for me asi have to take one every day.. stupid allergies
1 Like #38
yrreb88
mdekq007
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too

Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy

Is the loratidine because of possible interaction with carbamazepine?

I think all antihistamines can have an effect on epilectics so I think you'd have to check with a GP regardless.
Im an epileptic pharmacist (really). Its only loratadine that has a caution, not contraindication

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