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Beconase Hayfever Relief (100 Sprays) at Sainsburys - £3.00

£3.00 @ Sainsbury's
After my own brand hayfever tablets decided to stop being effective, I went out and found Sainsburys selling Beconase hayfever spray for half price, usually £6. It works like a dream, unlike Prevalin … Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
After my own brand hayfever tablets decided to stop being effective, I went out and found Sainsburys selling Beconase hayfever spray for half price, usually £6. It works like a dream, unlike Prevalin which I beg all of you to avoid like the plague if you enjoy not having Vicks in your nose.
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#1
Same price as Asda
#2
Ellie.Phant
Same price as Asda

Good to also know. :-)

But near my ends, Sainsburys Stores, has more of a High Street presence ...
#3
If one type of antihistamine pill doesn't work try another. I switched to Loratidine from Certazine. You can buy unbranded Beconase for the same price online for twice the amount. Works just as well.
#4
alfa111
If one type of antihistamine pill doesn't work try another. I switched to Loratidine from Certazine. You can buy unbranded Beconase for the same price online for twice the amount. Works just as well.

Do you mean for half the amount? :D
#5
If you suffer from Hayfever this stuff is brilliant, I used it when it was on prescription only and have been using it ever since in the summer months
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It's real hard to read my screen in the sun... Thought this was baconnaise☹️
#7
Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I generally try to avoid taking antihistamine tablets for my hay fever as they turn me into a zombie for the first week or so. However this year is pretty bad so I'm looking for alternatives.
#8
I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and Scotland. datca - it doesn't make me drowsy.
#9
datca
Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I generally try to avoid taking antihistamine tablets for my hay fever as they turn me into a zombie for the first week or so. However this year is pretty bad so I'm looking for alternatives.


It has Beclometasone which shouldn't cause drowsiness
#10
RayB
I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and Scotland. datca - it doesn't make me drowsy.

It doesn't work either, sniff sniff :3
#11
JonBetts2004
alfa111
If one type of antihistamine pill doesn't work try another. I switched to Loratidine from Certazine. You can buy unbranded Beconase for the same price online for twice the amount. Works just as well.
Do you mean for half the amount? :D
No, twice the number of doses for similar price.

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