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Cheap generic hayfeaver products from £0.99 for 30 tablets @ chemist4u

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With the hayfeaver season rocking up quicker each year, it's getting more and more expensive!! Chemist-4-u have a good selection of generic and branded products at discount prices. eg - 30 generic C… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
With the hayfeaver season rocking up quicker each year, it's getting more and more expensive!!
Chemist-4-u have a good selection of generic and branded products at discount prices.
eg - 30 generic Citirizine (Zirtek) or 30 generic Loratadine (Clarityn) are only £0.99 per pack.
28 generic Chlorophenamine (Piriton) are £1.59 and generic Cromolux eye drops (Opticrom) are £1.45 for 10ml
Oh, there's also a 10% voucher kicking around

Obviously as there is a delivery charge, the more you buy in one go the cheaper it works out. I bought from these last year and got quick delivery
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#1
Think you should mention delivery cost in the title
#2
they are showing at £6.99
#3
Loratadine (Clarityn) 10mg Tablets x 30 [P] Expiry date 09/2009
http://www.chemist-4-u.com/product.php?productid=17573&cat=0&page=1

not sure if this is just the same but is £0.99
#4
Voted hot. I use Chemist4u every year to stock up on the vital stuff. Usually spend around £50 a year with them and they are fantastic. Much much cheaper than the chemists for generic brands such as hay fever, ibuprofen etc.

100% recommended.
#5
I hope you're all aware you can get branded goods from your local doctors. I get a 2 month supply of Benadryl (although when I got it originally I used the name of the active ingredient rather than the brand - off the top of my head its acravistine) and even at 3 tabs a day for 2 months (its a lot of boxes ) it costs me 7 quid.
#6
jonilaal
Loratadine (Clarityn) 10mg Tablets x 30 [P] Expiry date 09/2009
http://www.chemist-4-u.com/product.php?productid=17573&cat=0&page=1

not sure if this is just the same but is £0.99


I ordered these last year from this website, even with the p&p they work out FAR cheaper than even the supermarket makes as these come in packs of 30. Heat added and some ordered so I can try taking the early approach and beat Hayfever before it starts this year. Ordered 10 boxes (some for my sister too, I'm not an addict!!) and with p&p they came to £13.10 which only works out at £1.31 per box and each box lasts a month so cheaper than going to the doctors and less hassle.
#7
do these work for hayfever as well ?
#8
Has anyone else's hay fever already started?
#9
I have just bought a 12 month supply for £15.28 (including delivery). I currently buy 14 tablets for £1.70 ish. These work out at 64p for 14 (with delivery). Heat added.
#10
Do they do non drowsy ones as well?? The normal ones wipe me out :lazy:

Opps just found some
#11
chemistdirect has cetirizine at 30 tabs for 28p.

see:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/261181/hayfever-allergy-tablets-cetirizine/

you can order a max of 9 boxes, and shipping is £2.95 - this amounts to just over a fiver for 270 tabs.

they also have loretadine for 99p

Odd that this deal is so hot, but that previous one was less than 100 degrees!
#12
but how safe is it ordering meds online? i dont want to be cheezing off my teets after taking them
#13
m1chaels
Has anyone else's hay fever already started?


Yep, week before last :(
#14
Diekund
but how safe is it ordering meds online? i dont want to be cheezing off my teets after taking them


I think you just have to go with recommendations. Like I said before, I ordered Loratadine from these last year and they were absolutely fine, another member mentioned above that she orders other things like Ibuprofen from them as well so it would appear that they are OK and safe.

For the hayfever questions, Loratadine are non-drowsy as the others just knock me out, they are a no frills alternative to named brands that are 4 times the price for less tablets so worth buying. Mine hasn't started yet, usually around May to July but I intend on trying to pre-empt it this year by taking them now. My sister starts earlier than me and has found that hers is related to Birch trees which her house is surrounded by!!

I hate hayfever, people who don't suffer don't know how lucky they are, I hate having a permanent (but worse) cold for 2 months solid so any prevention is welcomed.
#15
r2mahara
chemistdirect has cetirizine at 30 tabs for 28p.

see:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/261181/hayfever-allergy-tablets-cetirizine/

you can order a max of 9 boxes, and shipping is £2.95 - this amounts to just over a fiver for 270 tabs.

they also have loretadine for 99p

Odd that this deal is so hot, but that previous one was less than 100 degrees!



Got to give that one to you - can't beat 28p for 30 tabs!!! :thumbsup:
#16
Annie1508
I think you just have to go with recommendations. Like I said before, I ordered Loratadine from these last year and they were absolutely fine, another member mentioned above that she orders other things like Ibuprofen from them as well so it would appear that they are OK and safe.


Who are you calling a "she" :p :-D

Last time I looked my marbles were still there :p
#17
Always ask your doctor.
#18
matt5cott
Yep, week before last :(


Unbelievable, me the same - what on earth can it be at this time of year triggering it?
#19
matt5cott
Yep, week before last :(


same here .. started last weekend.
#20
Diekund
but how safe is it ordering meds online? i dont want to be cheezing off my teets after taking them


First and foremost - always check the site has an official logo (and registration number embedded) from the Royal Pharm' Society. They is fed directly from the RPS site, and links to the registration details - this way it shouldn't be faked, and you know you're dealing with a 100% legit dispensing pharmacy.

For info, Chemist4U can be verified here: http://www.rpsgblist.org/premises.asp?p=1034656

I regularly use Chemist4u and ChemistDirect - both excellent in terms of price and customer service.
#21
THe other chemist direct deal is hotter ...
#22
misleading pic
#23
brilly
misleading pic


But exactly the same stuff inside the packet.

Its amazing how much cheaper white box generic brands are than the brand names - I remember being charged £6 for a pack of 7 hayfever tablets which were exactly the same composition as the £1 for 30 tablets being sold by chemist4u.
#24
bbdom
But exactly the same stuff inside the packet.

Its amazing how much cheaper white box generic brands are than the brand names - I remember being charged £6 for a pack of 7 hayfever tablets which were exactly the same composition as the £1 for 30 tablets being sold by chemist4u.


yes in part.
The active ingredient will be the same but the pic suggests a deal of 99p as a reduction from rrp of a branded product so is misleading.
They are infact a generic product with a generic price - good though it may be.

I am not sure its the case for these but are they nice tasting? Some of the branded may be coated to mask flavour and make easier to swallow - perhaps not worth it to most but its a little extra which may be provided ...for a relatively big price ofc.
Think an example is eg paracetemol and panadol being coated iirc?
#25
brilly
misleading pic


Updated with new pic
#26
brilly

I am not sure its the case for these but are they nice tasting? Some of the branded may be coated to mask flavour and make easier to swallow - perhaps not worth it to most but its a little extra which may be provided ...for a relatively big price ofc.
Think an example is eg paracetemol and panadol being coated iirc?


Well they all seem to taste the same as the branded products. I sometimes have a problem swallowing pills and they end up in my mouth for a bit longer than they should and they are all pretty disgusting.
#27
matjoliver
Updated with new pic

misleading pic...

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