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Purchased Boots Antihistamine tablets 30pk over the counter and they were on BOGOF offer, so 60 tablets for £2.99.

However, it ALSO applied a multisave offer to it of -£2.99 meaning that the Total came to £0.00.

I was buying 4 packets and the total came to £0.00!!!!

This will only work if you purchase other items so that they are "hidden" within your shopping....
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banned#1
Obviously if your store has self checkout scan it via that, else, the cashier might notice :thumbsup:
#2
I can't see any Boots 30 pack antihistamines for £2.99 :? The cheapest I see is £7.89.
#3
LoveHearts
I can't see any Boots 30 pack antihistamines for £2.99 :? The cheapest I see is £7.89.


http://www.boots.com/en/Boots-Allergy-Relief-Antihistamine-30-tablets_12410/

Looks like it worked online too - someone has grabbed them all. ;-)
#4
nice find. shame they arent Loratadine as those are the type i need :(

heat though
#5
Bodo_Fraggins
nice find. shame they arent Loratadine as those are the type i need :(

heat though


Loratadine is the brand, its mixed with pseudoephedrine, a decongestant, these will treat allergy just as good.
#6
haritori
Loratadine is the brand, its mixed with pseudoephedrine, a decongestant, these will treat allergy just as good.


CRAP!!! Loratadine is a totally different drug, I am a pharmacist. Loratadine is a drug in itself and does not contain any pseudoephedrine which is used, mainly, for colds and will not help hayfever whatsoever.
1 Like #7
Bodo_Fraggins
nice find. shame they arent Loratadine as those are the type i need :(

heat though


£0.59p for 30 :thumbsup:

Here you go ! Loratadine, I buy them every year from Chemist Direct, as do many others just read the review.

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/allergy-and-hayfever-relief-loratadine-30-days_1_1818.html
#8
.... certainly not an offer to be sneezed at! :w00t: (ouch!)
#9
CJUK
£0.59p for 30 :thumbsup:

Here you go ! Loratadine, I buy them every year from Chemist Direct, as do many others just read the review.

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/allergy-and-hayfever-relief-loratadine-30-days_1_1818.html


thats ace, thanks! have some rep :p

i get 100 on prescription but i still have to buy some so thanks again!

and chrisp knows his drugs O_o
I dont even think the NHS ones i get are even branded these days...
#10
CJUK
£0.59p for 30 :thumbsup:

Here you go ! Loratadine, I buy them every year from Chemist Direct, as do many others just read the review.

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/allergy-and-hayfever-relief-loratadine-30-days_1_1818.html



Sue Brass

Location: United Kingdom
Age: 98

:w00t:
#11
haritori
Loratadine is the brand, its mixed with pseudoephedrine, a decongestant, these will treat allergy just as good.


Lmao... You are doctor bullsh*t aren't you....
banned#12
I use Zirtek, but i also have loraditine at home. I use zirtek for itchy skin, one every few days and that keeps the hayfever at bay too. Can anyone tell me exactly what loraditine is supposed to be for, maybe i can switch. The loraditine that we have is in a red packet if that helps.
#13
I've always been a zirtek user - only ones that ever really worked for me - but this year they are barely touching it :( I'm suffering like mad /sigh
#14
Tried every allergy tablet and these seem to be the only thing that works for me so will definitely try this tomorrow. Do you have to pay at pharmacy or could I ask for them and pay at self-scan?
#15
TECHSPEC
http://www.boots.com/en/Boots-Allergy-Relief-Antihistamine-30-tablets_12410/

Looks like it worked online too - someone has grabbed them all. ;-)


maybe to top themselves :whistling:
#16
Billco
I've always been a zirtek user - only ones that ever really worked for me - but this year they are barely touching it :( I'm suffering like mad /sigh


Me too trying all sorts this yr, suffering badly!! Normally use clarityn, nasal spray, eye drops nowt touching it this yr, just trying something from a health shop called New Era, on advice from a friend, 5.00 ish for hundreds, seems to dry it up immeadiatley, may be worth a try, i would pay anything not to suffer from hay fever!!
UPDATE
they have these on the boots website and 3 for 2 at moment 4.99 New Era Hayfever & Allergic Rhinitis
Product code 2542897 - New Era Hayfever & Allergic Rhinitis a homoeopathically prepared biochemic remedy.
#17
I used to use Clarityn every day for years - and then my doctor perscribed steroid nasal spray. After a couple of weeks use or so, my hayfever disappeared more or less permenantly. Just thought this may be an alternative for some of the sufferers here!
#18
These contain chlorphenamine (also known as Piriton). This is an older anti-histamine than can cause drowsiness. The newer anti-histamines e.g. loratadine (e.g. Clarityn) and cetirizine (e.g. Zirtek) are classed as non-sedating (although rarely they do make people drowsy).

There isn't much difference between loratidine and cetirizine - both have the advantage of being once a day treatments. You can get packs of 14 for about £1 if you go for the non-branded e.g. Tesco's own, etc.

I'm a doctor and personally wouldn't recommend chlorphenamine for regular use even though they are cheaper. If you have severe symptoms there are other drugs such as steroid nose sprays that are very effective but are only available on prescription.
#19
I've not voted but with these kind of things you shouldn't buy branded items like this. I buy the cheap value packets for 99p, if the have the same active ingredient as this then they are the exact same thing. My wife is a nurse and she goes mental at me when I used to buy these or branded paracetamol, value packets seriously are the EXACT same things as these, don't waste your money.
#20
Bertlam
I've not voted but with these kind of things you shouldn't buy branded items like this. I buy the cheap value packets for 99p, if the have the same active ingredient as this then they are the exact same thing. My wife is a nurse and she goes mental at me when I used to buy these or branded paracetamol, value packets seriously are the EXACT same things as these, don't waste your money.


Yeah, your unbranded 99p packs are obviously a better deal than these unbranded free ones. The missus must be proud... :whistling:

H&R+
Thanks OP - will try this later.
#21
Just bought 60 unbranded Loratadine tablets from an online pharmacy for £3.75 incl. shipping.
I was always wary about buying whatever has "hayfever relief" on it as I had a horrible experience with cheap Boots one. Then I tried Clarityn and it worked a treat.
I guess Loratadine works for me.
#22
Billco
I've always been a zirtek user - only ones that ever really worked for me - but this year they are barely touching it :( I'm suffering like mad /sigh

Zirtek is just Cetirizine.

There are plenty of sites that sell Cetirizine for around less than a pound for 30. Save your money and ditch brand names. Here - 30p for 30 - same drug as Zirtek.

Anyway, the 'deal'...it's not really a 'deal', is it? I quite like Boots so I'll refrain from using this scam. I'll just pay my 30p and have a clear(er) conscience.
1 Like #23
I scr*wed up and bought four packs of 14 instead of the packs of 30. For some reason the 14 packs are more expensive than the 30s (though they're on bogof at £3.99).
I put them in with a few other things (that I didn't really want but will use eventually - indigestion tablets & sticky plasters)... so I ended up paying £14 for a handful of stuff I didn't want or need.
Like an idiot, I didn't want to make a fuss and walked out with them. :oops:


Still a brilliant deal - just don't screw it up like I did, folks!
#24
Just neck some paracetamol, job's a good un.
#26
Just tried buying 2 packs in boots scarborough (boots own brand antihistamine 30pack) and only the bogof kicked in :(

Ofcourse, I just walked away without buying =)

So, either local glitch, or already expired?
#27
Late
I scr*wed up and bought four packs of 14 instead of the packs of 30. For some reason the 14 packs are more expensive than the 30s (though they're on bogof at £3.99).
I put them in with a few other things (that I didn't really want but will use eventually - indigestion tablets & sticky plasters)... so I ended up paying £14 for a handful of stuff I didn't want or need.
Like an idiot, I didn't want to make a fuss and walked out with them. :oops:


Still a brilliant deal - just don't screw it up like I did, folks!


Sorry to hear that mate! But it did make me laugh at how terribly British you were by not wanting to make a fuss!! Have some rep!!! :thumbsup:
#28
haritori
Loratadine is the brand, its mixed with pseudoephedrine, a decongestant, these will treat allergy just as good.


Your'e funny!!!!

chrisp1986
CRAP!!! Loratadine is a totally different drug, [COLOR="Red"]I am a pharmacist.[/COLOR] Loratadine is a drug in itself and does not contain any pseudoephedrine which is used, mainly, for colds and will not help hayfever whatsoever.


me too, Where you based

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