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Delivery is £2.95 per order, but I ordered 9 of these, still works out 60p each.

30 Days Allergy & Hayfever Relief Cetirizine Tabs
Save over £9 on high street chemist prices. 30 one a day hayfever & allergy relief tablets contain Cetirizine which is the the same active ingredient found in Zirtek.
Size: 30 Tablets
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#1
Dont forget delivery as well should be added to title
#2
Fanimal
Dont forget delivery as well should be added to title


+1 :roll:
#3
If the Cetirizine does not work for you (as it did not for me) they also sell Loratadine based tabets (x30) for 69p. IIRC these go for £1 for only 7 tablets at Sainsburys.
#4
Generic drugs like this are so cheap to produce, yet they make huge profits from selling these as they can charge just under the prescription charge and know people need to buy them.
#5
Bargain, I've ordered my 6 months supply!
#6
Nice one heat and rep.
#7
Good find - was going to order soem from doctors but I'll take these instead.
#8
Good deal, but better posted as the max quantity inc P&P. Voted cold & expired based on the 28p not being available delivered.
#9
This is a great deal with or without postage.

H & R added
#10
jnm21
Good deal, but better posted as the max quantity inc P&P. Voted cold & expired based on the 28p not being available delivered.


Why have you expired it? Are you a mod? No.

Make a comment, request that the OP adds P&P to the title, click the report button, whatever. Spamming and expiring a perfectly good thread is not very helpful to other HUKD users, especially those with the sneezes!

Muppet...............:roll:

http://www.delawareonline.com/blogs/secondhelpings/uploaded_images/Beaker-muppet-767512.jpg
#11
Unexpired & delivery charge added to OP. Thanks for reporting :)
#12
Thanks Edi :thumbsup:
#13
I ordered 6months of generic havever tablets from them just over a week ago. Package arrived a few days later. voted hot
#14
While we're taking small amounts of money for generic drugs, having searched on google came across this which doesn't give the best account of the company

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1015503

Hopefully be no problems as they should hold stock for over the counter stuff?
#15
p.s Anyone know if you can take both Cetirizine & Loratadine (say one type in the morning, one in the evening), nothing really works too well when pollen count is really high
#16
gooners
p.s Anyone know if you can take both Cetirizine & Loratadine (say one type in the morning, one in the evening), nothing really works too well when pollen count is really high


Have you tried Beconase/Flixonase nasal sprays? I have given up on tablets now, and use one of these, 3 times a day (Beconase at the moment), along with Opticrom eyedrops. You need to get started with them in good time before the hayfever season starts, but, touch wood, they do a decent job of keeping the worst of it away. These guys are selling Beconase for about a fiver (I paid £9 at the chemist the other day).
#17
gooners
p.s Anyone know if you can take both Cetirizine & Loratadine (say one type in the morning, one in the evening), nothing really works too well when pollen count is really high


I'm no doctor but I seem to recall mine saying not to mix hay fever medicines as they can sometimes cancel each other out, and to start taking them before symptoms start and to take then every day as the body needs to build up and sustain its defences, just taking one on the problem days wont work
#18
You might also be interested in this

Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever and Ionising Air Purifier Bundle

http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=90&catalogId=1008&productId=300005
#19
Thanks for the info guys/gals

Dan, think I tried a nasal spray 2 years ago (and on and off many times before), bit hit and miss, something about that hitting back of the throat feeling I cant get used to, did start taking my tablets in March and so far not too bad, but the worse is yet to come.

squidworth - thanks for the link and info. I learnt few years back to start taking them early, and usually take 2 a day during high pollen season, guess ultimately there is no magic cure otherwise we'd no longer suffer, have you tried that either/both of those devices from Lloyds?
#20
can thin nasal passage lining, cause nose bleeds. not for long term use but worth a go for no more than 3 months.

dancrawley
Have you tried Beconase/Flixonase nasal sprays? I have given up on tablets now, and use one of these, 3 times a day (Beconase at the moment), along with Opticrom eyedrops. You need to get started with them in good time before the hayfever season starts, but, touch wood, they do a decent job of keeping the worst of it away. These guys are selling Beconase for about a fiver (I paid £9 at the chemist the other day).
#21
Just to make it EXTRA HOT deal type in promotional code summer1 for 7.5% off
#22
ahotukdeal
can thin nasal passage lining, cause nose bleeds. not for long term use but worth a go for no more than 3 months.


Really? I had no idea - will have to look into that.
#23
Yeah don't mix Hayfever Medicines - thats a no-no.

Well done OP, I did precisely this about 2 months ago based on research from MSE (did not post as did not want to pirate..) was hoping to bump up basket to £30, but did not bother in end. Tablets arrived in 2 days - I had no issues whatsoever - and get no spam either :-)

Thumbs up to 'littel helper' for the code!! Would have saved another 19p on this order...

Annoying on the dole now - could have got for free!!!
#24
Price seems great compared to other companies. Can't you get this for free on the NHS though?
#25
Only certain people can get free prescriptions..... depending on age, income, employment status etc....

Ordered mine at 8am this morning, emailed at 11am to say order dispatched, including Royal Mail tracking number. All great so far!
#26
hot hot hot... my doc was giving me a script for 1 month.. here thats £3 per month-- just ordered 8 boxes of loratadine for £5.52 less 7.5% + £2.95 PP-- much cheaper.
#27
ahotukdeal
can thin nasal passage lining, cause nose bleeds. not for long term use but worth a go for no more than 3 months.


This is true, and for me it was literally taking them once a day for 3-4 days!

For anyoe who's intersted in the gross story......I went camping for the night in the New Forest and remember being asleep but on my back swallowing a lot. It was like in a dream. Anyway after a while I woke up and was absolutely covered in blood!!! I never get nose bleeds or anything like that but this one had just started all of a sudden in my sleep, I'd been swallowing blood for ages.
The next day stopped taking the tablets and no nose bleed again. Took the tablet for a couple of days the following year and a similar thing happened. Guess I must be particularly sensitive to it. Not nice!
Hayfever is a pain, never had it in another country though not sure why it only seems to be here.
#28
Jimmyboy
.I went camping for the night in the New Forest and remember being asleep but on my back swallowing a lot. It was like in a dream.


Actually just read that back and this part sounds a bit gay! I was with my girlfriend at the time.
#29
Now 49p but still good price.
#30
gooners
Thanks for the info guys/gals
squidworth - thanks for the link and info. I learnt few years back to start taking them early, and usually take 2 a day during high pollen season, guess ultimately there is no magic cure otherwise we'd no longer suffer, have you tried that either/both of those devices from Lloyds?


lols the postie rang the doorbell with them just as I was reading this! first impressions is the ioniser is quite chunky (in a good way), includes a filter and fan (just like the fan in my pc) to suck air past the ioniser. nose thing rather worryingly has both the security seals broken on the box, although it looks ok inside, also need to go out and buy a 9v battery which is not included.

oh yeah, and have been going on long (8k+) walks each day for the past month or so around local country park and so far am only one in family not showing hayfever symptons yet this year! and i'm normally a pretty bad sufferer, so dont know if that could be of benefit???

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