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Cheap Children's Ibuprofen £0.24 @ Wilkinson

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Went to Wilkinsons to buy Ibuprofen for the kids.

Picked up Galpharm Ibuprofen for Children, on the shelf was 98p
At check out was 24p. Enclosed is reciept.

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Ended up getting 3 bottles.

Expiry date on the bottle is 12/2011
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#1
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....
#2
andynicol
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....


oh how please?
#3
plumberman01
andynicol
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....
oh how please?

Ask at your local chemist for your little 'un to be registered on NHS Direct Care, when there ill you can get over-the-counter medication for them, free, I've only ever asked for Calpol equivalent, when wee one had a bit of a temperature, sure they have a leaflet of all the medication there/your allowed.
#4
how much are the cheap children?
#5
I'd make sure you check the expiry date before giving it to your little ones first.x
#6
roger65
how much are the cheap children?

If your going to be pedantic, at least get it right, the title states cheap childern not children.
#7
lol, why on earth would any1 pay for children medicine???? Get it free from any Boots pharmacy....

Cold for me sorry
#8
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....


Interesting. Are you in Wales or Scotland perhaps as I have never heard of this and cannot find the answer in Google? Have you anymore information please?
1 Like #9
Its great things like this are free to everyone, but reading the news on-line about a Mother with 5 kids to 4 different guys and she has enough spare cash to get a Boob Job! She gets the equivalent of £39,000 free from the gover..., sorry I mean, we, the Tax payer, and she does not care in the slightest.
There should be more things like this, ie food stamps instead of money.

Sorry, rant over.
#10
Is this all over the country as I have tried to look into it and non of the chemists in Norwich I tried have heard of it.
#11
andynicol
plumberman01
andynicol
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....
oh how please?
Ask at your local chemist for your little 'un to be registered on NHS Direct Care, when there ill you can get over-the-counter medication for them, free, I've only ever asked for Calpol equivalent, when wee one had a bit of a temperature, sure they have a leaflet of all the medication there/your allowed.

Scotland, can't add any more to what I said earlier, ask at your local chemist get little 'un registered.
#12
yes minor ailment scheme here too
we have had calpol for child
#13
i can only see details online for scotland and london..but will ask tomorrow as it says for adults covers alkinds and will be good for my auld mum x
#14
Its called the minor ailment scheme and children and anyone who gets free prescriptions can get certain medicines from a chemists instead of going to the doctors. I live in South Yorkshire and you dont have to register the chemist just fills in a form which you have to sign. I wasnt aware of this it was the chemist that told me when I went in to buy infacol.

Good price for childrens ibruprofen though if you cant get it free.
#15
its pharmacy first in leicester
#16
X)X)X) 'kin 'ell, whatever next
#17
they don't do it everywhere, only deprived areas i think. Thats what the chemist told me when i enquired a year or 2 ago
#18
andynicol
You get this (or similar) free on NHS Direct Care at your local chemist for your kids....

100% agree with andynicol
#19
I asked a few of my local chemists a few month ago and they all just said no and looked at me as if I was daft. I asked because my doc will not give anything and has in the past told me to go buy things rather than prescription. I probs only go what 3/4 times a year it annoys me I don't even bother with docs now
#20
tdogg
they don't do it everywhere, only deprived areas i think. Thats what the chemist told me when i enquired a year or 2 ago


Well, I wouldn't go to your chemist ever again as they clearly don't know what they are talking about!!

Some PCTs offer it and some don't. Of course a PCT takes in deprived and wealthy areas!
#21
HI, how can i register my cchildren to this minor ailments scheme? At my local chemist or online? Thanks
#22
krisek28
HI, how can i register my cchildren to this minor ailments scheme? At my local chemist or online? Thanks


IF you are in an area that runs the scheme then just go into your local boots and ask.

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