Calprofen (Kids Ibuprofen) £1.67 at Boots with voucher - HotUKDeals
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Calprofen 100ml currenty on offer at Boots for £2.67 and in the Jan/Feb Health & Beauty mag (page 66 IIRC - free for Clubcard holders - usually by the tills and the doors) there is a voucher for £1 off any Calprofen product making it £1.67.

Also works for the box of 12 sachets at £2.87 - but £1.87 with the voucher.

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link to offer page - but you need to use the voucher to get the extra £1 off - http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10052&st=specificPromo&promoName=Save+%26%23163%3B1+on+selected+Calprofen&langId=-1&catalogId=11051
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#1
Free with prescription
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Free with prescription, or if you register at their pharmacy counter most u16 get free medicine prescriptions made out in store, no need to go to doctors
#3
and if you can't, i think this is £1 in asda's baby event starting tomorrow
#4
yes I'd agree, I always get this free at the pharmacy, as well as many other products for my kids through the minor ailments scheme.
#5
Calprofen = liquid ibuprofen for children.... most stores do there own brand for as £1 u are just paying out for the 'calpol' branding. Waste of money! U wanna save? Drop the brands!
#6
I agree about dropping the brands, BUT be warned! Many cheap brands contain hydrogenated oil in them. This is banned in many countries & most supermarkets have stopped using it in their foods, but it seems some people strangely think it is o.k. to put in a children's medicine?! It cannot be broken down by the body & is linked with many medical conditions. Avoid at all costs.

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