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Calpol Sugar Free Suspension 100ml now £1.99 @ Tesco

£1.99 @ Tesco
Always handy to have Calpol at home.
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Always handy to have Calpol at home.
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#1
Good price for a branded product but not sure why you would buy this at normal price when the own brand ones which have exactly the same ingredients and do the same thing are permanantly this price or less.
1 Like #2
In scotland, we can get NHS medicine free for our kids and we can get a non branded version of Calpol. My kids hate it (its hard enough to get them to swallow medicine at the best of times). So, Calpol at £2 gets my vote as a bargain, as opposed to the yucky stuff that lurks at the back of the cupboard....
#3
You don't need to buy branded Paracetamol - so even at a good price for this I'm going to vote cold for that reason.
1 Like #4
fab price - as you say - always handy to have in - because you never know when you'll need it - thanks (_;)
2 Likes #5
Voted cold sorry as you can get it free on the nhs, my kids dont seem to have a problem with the taste of the stuff they are given in boots. I think its called medinol and i usually get that, bonjela and sudocrem from the small ailments. It should be more widely known!
#6
how do i find out more about this timnlaura please?
4 Likes #7
Voted hot as I feel its a waste of DR's time to book a whole appointment to get my kids a bottle of Free calpol!
I will pay £2 and save the time and hassle :)
1 Like #8
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?
2 Likes #9
beth3735
Voted hot as I feel its a waste of DR's time to book a whole appointment to get my kids a bottle of Free calpol!I will pay £2 and save the time and hassle :)

Get it on repeat, that was what we done, also if you do to a little chemist they just grab a box of capol of the shelf and give it to you, daft paying for it when the doctor has to prescribe for free, and once on repeat for 6 months, saves money
1 Like #10
all i have to do is ring up my doctors surgery and thats it,,, y pay pay for it if you can get it on nhs.!!! me and my oh have paid more than enough taxes about time we got something back!!!!
1 Like #11
SNEEZY
In scotland, we can get NHS medicine free for our kids and we can get a non branded version of Calpol. My kids hate it (its hard enough to get them to swallow medicine at the best of times). So, Calpol at £2 gets my vote as a bargain, as opposed to the yucky stuff that lurks at the back of the cupboard....

Gball
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?


The way I read it is that Sneezy can get medicines for kids free on the NHS in Scotland (and in fact the same is true in England, Wales and NI), but that the stuff they give you on the NHS is not calpol, and that his/her kids hate it. Whereas Calpol is flavoured such that kids will take it without spitting it out (and this is ueful so you know how much of the dose they have taken).

So I don't see it a bragging they get it for free, they are saying they prefer to pay £2 for Calpol, rather than get the free (well, tax-payer funded) stuff on the NHS.

As to the "you had the kid ...." argument, you could equally well apply it to anything paid for out of national or local taxes. You bought the car, you build the roads to drive it on. You created the rubbish, you make your own landfill site and get rid of it. etc etc

Edited By: winstonmanc on Feb 22, 2011 16:00
#12
beth3735
Voted hot as I feel its a waste of DR's time to book a whole appointment to get my kids a bottle of Free calpol!
I will pay £2 and save the time and hassle :)


You don't have to attend the doctors to get this, it's in the minor ailments scheme where you walk into a chemist you're registered with and buy it.

You can also purchase alternatives if you don't have that facility which are cheaper and do the same job.
1 Like #13
Gball
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?


I don't think anyone is bragging about getting this for free, more your perception of what's being said because you're xenophobic.
#14
fab thanks!
#15
COLD. Asda Pharmacy are doing the big 200ml bottle for £3. They have normal and sugar free. Been at that price for weeks as I got about 3 weeks ago and went past today and same price. This was in Dewsbury Asda Pharmacy.
#16
moob
Gball
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?
I don't think anyone is bragging about getting this for free, more your perception of what's being said because you're xenophobic.

You're clearly an idiot who has no idea what xenophobic even means.
1 Like #17
Gball
moob
Gball
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?
I don't think anyone is bragging about getting this for free, more your perception of what's being said because you're xenophobic.


You're clearly an idiot who has no idea what xenophobic even means.


The only idiot on the thread is yourself for making such a comment in the first place. Grow up and put your toys back in the pram.
1 Like #18
Gball
Listen to the Scots bragging about their freebies, get a life and get some dignity! Why do some people expect this damn country to provide everything for them?!?! You had the kid, if it gets ill, you should pay for it's medicine and stop scrounging off the state. It's not enough for you that doctor's appointments, prescriptions, dental treatment, education and operations etc etc etc are free for your children is it?!!?!?

Hee! Hee! What a clown... No, I am not bragging because I dont go to the NHS for the likes of Calpol substitutes: I cough up the cash for the real thing. No big deal, forking out for a bottle of Calpol.... Suppose the 2 quid could be spent on a mars bar supper for the weans dinner instead though, then eh? Maybe that's a better cultural stereotype for you?
#19
I agree with not buying branded products when possible, but beware as a lot of unbranded infant paracetamol suspension has hydrogenated glucose syrup added to it. This type of oil/fat is banned in many countries & linked to lots of health problems.
#20
hillsbills
I agree with not buying branded products when possible, but beware as a lot of unbranded infant paracetamol suspension has hydrogenated glucose syrup added to it. This type of oil/fat is banned in many countries & linked to lots of health problems.


There are lots of products that are banned in countries outside the EU, that doesn't mean the fact it isn't banned in the EU is a bad thing.
#21
moob
hillsbills
I agree with not buying branded products when possible, but beware as a lot of unbranded infant paracetamol suspension has hydrogenated glucose syrup added to it. This type of oil/fat is banned in many countries & linked to lots of health problems.


There are lots of products that are banned in countries outside the EU, that doesn't mean the fact it isn't banned in the EU is a bad thing.


If it's not a bad thing, why is it banned then???
#22
Clearly because they felt the research was credible, yet the EU countries didn't.
#23
price up now.

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