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Branded Hayfever tablets 1/2 price £1.48 @ Tesco

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
If like me you become a roving ball of mucus at springtime - pop down to your local tesco's (i noticed these in the nearby Express).

Both Claritin and Benadryl (both non drowsy) being sold half price @ £1.48. I picked up enough to see me safetly back to the frozen months of nasal clarity.

Packs of 7, not to be confused with the other 30 pack deals on.
- pikachu12
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#1
Why the cold votes? Found it cheaper let me know.
#2
My 12yr old son who suffers real bad from hayfever, started his sneezing today. It was just non stop - thought at first it was start of a cold but then his eyes started. Its quite early for him but our weather is just mental nowadays!

heat added OP and thanks for posting
1 Like #3
Just voted cold as soon as I read the "why cold votes" question. I make a point of voting cold whenever someone posts something along those lines. Why do you care ? If you post a deal then sit there waiting for the temperature to drop, then instantly post 'why the cold votes ?', there's something seriously wrong with your life. Surely there are more important things to worry about in life ?
1 Like #4
Plunger07
Just voted cold as soon as I read the "why cold votes" question. I make a point of voting cold whenever someone posts something along those lines. Why do you care ? If you post a deal then sit there waiting for the temperature to drop, then instantly post 'why the cold votes ?', there's something seriously wrong with your life. Surely there are more important things to worry about in life ?


oO but he clearly asks if perhaps they could be found cheaper - as thats normally the reason for cold votes.
4 Likes #5
urgh. MORON. @ plunger07

Edited By: mus_ne on Apr 29, 2011 23:29: adding text
1 Like #6
I voted hot because Plunger07 voted cold :D
1 Like #7
cheaper here if getting a load for year - not named but the same

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/allergy-hayfever-relief-cetirizine-loratadine-10mg-tablets-x30-only-60p-69p-one/929553/#post11165683

Edited By: janz70 on Apr 30, 2011 00:12
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Plunger07
Just voted cold as soon as I read the "why cold votes" question. I make a point of voting cold whenever someone posts something along those lines. Why do you care ? If you post a deal then sit there waiting for the temperature to drop, then instantly post 'why the cold votes ?', there's something seriously wrong with your life. Surely there are more important things to worry about in life ?


voting hot just because of your stupid post!

Edited By: nicster08 on Apr 30, 2011 00:18
#9
Plunger07
Just voted cold as soon as I read the "why cold votes" question. I make a point of voting cold whenever someone posts something along those lines. Why do you care ? If you post a deal then sit there waiting for the temperature to drop, then instantly post 'why the cold votes ?', there's something seriously wrong with your life. Surely there are more important things to worry about in life ?


What a fool.
1 Like #10
Voted hot 'cause of that dafty above.


-Kev
2 Likes #11
So now several people are voting hot to counteract ONE cold vote they disagree with - making this deal hotter than it's 'meant' to be. This forum is backwards sometimes lol.

Not voted either way as this is a decent price if you insist on buying the name brand heyfever products but a poor price if you don't mind going the generic route - you can pick up generic ones from places like Home Bargains and Chemists4u for around 75p a pack any time.
3 Likes #12
Utterly stupid to buy branded versions of generic drugs.
#13
Chemicals are chemicals tbh, as alasrati suggests there's no practical difference. Possibly some might react faster but I doubt it many cases it would or would not be noticeable.

Cold as it's only a 7 pack.

Also, just to add people voting hot purely because of Plunger07's comment are being about as irrational as him/her. Remember, this website is about the deals, not the posters.


Edited By: pikachu12 on Apr 30, 2011 05:58: typo
1 Like #14
I hope the packaging is worth it! Non-branded ones are up to 10x cheaper.
#15
I picked up a 14 generic pack (had both drowsy/non drowsy versions) for 79p at Home Bargains. I pretty sure Wilkinson's do a similar deal.
#16
Cold from me. You can get exactly the same active ingredient for cheaper per pack in unbranded form in Wilko, Pound shops etc.
#17
I have been stocking up in Savers for unbranded packs of 7, at 49p per pack. Selling exact same ones in Poundland. They have the same "ingredients" as the branded ones & I have been using them for the past few years & found them great.
#18
I don't know why anyone who insists on being ripped off by spending twice as much on something because of the name on the packet bothers with this site. They need to think about getting their priorities right.
#19
Cold, go for generic all the time. Only ever spend more if you want fancy capsules or something that allegedly will dissolve faster.
#20
Tesco generic version of these is 1 quid for 14 pills.
#21
£2.91 for 90 pills (3 months supply) Delivered





Edited By: MadeInBeats on Apr 30, 2011 13:20: Edit
#22
See post for One Click Pharmacy, selling Loratadine tabs (Claritin) 60p for 30. Doc. prescribes these for my husband, best hayfever tabs. he's ever had.
suspended#23
Cold, £1.48 for 7

Many other posters have already mentioned about getting the non branded version for a lot less. This is like buying a branded version of paracetamol for 4 times the price, same stuff different label.

Edited By: Kirajai on Apr 30, 2011 21:23
#24
bossyboots - Apr 29, 2011 22:46
My 12yr old son who suffers real bad from hayfever, started his sneezing today. It was just non stop - thought at first it was start of a cold but then his eyes started. Its quite early for him but our weather is just mental nowadays!

heat added OP and thanks for posting


You should take him to ur doctor and get prescribed medicine for him - I did for my 11 yr old - works much better than anything Boots were selling (he tried them all - as in the different main active ingredient)

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