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I have just bought 10 packs of 30 Hayfever tablets for £9.65 including Postage which is equal to 96p per pack!

I think you have to buy these in bulk of 6 or more packs but when you're getting as many of these as you are for such a cheap price that's no problem as for the same price in Boots or Tesco you're looking at getting around 21 tablets only!!!

Have used before and highly recommend them.
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#1
cracking find - for those like me who are on antihistamines all year round!!!

heat and rep!
#2
I used chemists4u last year and their stuff seems very good...
#3
I normally get these ones

http://www.superdrug.com/invt/85448

but am not at home now to check the mg on them - I would definately go for this deal as long as they're the same strength I normally get, as they're certainly the same active ingredient...

Anyone got a pack of superdrug Cetirizine Hydrochloride handy to check?
#4
nidgemo
I normally get these ones

http://www.superdrug.com/invt/85448

but am not at home now to check the mg on them - I would definately go for this deal as long as they're the same strength I normally get, as they're certainly the same active ingredient...

Anyone got a pack of superdrug Cetirizine Hydrochloride handy to check?


The standard cetirizine dose for adults is 10mg. There are 5mg tablets, but I've only seen them as prescribed doses for kids or for people who don't tolerate the 10mg dose very well. I've only ever seen the over-the-counter packs with 10mg tablets in them, but you could wait to check if you're unsure.
#5
Good deal. I wish I had hayfever!!:giggle:
#6
Min appears to be 3 packs, but with shipping at a flat rate £3.75 the more you buy the better value it is (as a year-round sufferer I ordered the max 12 packs (£10.83 inc shipping, or about 3p a tablet, 70% below supermartket own brand prices)
1 Like #7
Hiya

Cetirizine 10mg is the only strength that is licensed for sale in the UK.

The 30 pack is a 'pharmacy only' product, and so if you are on any other meds please check with your local pharmacist before taking them (obviously unless you have had them checked before or had them prescribed in the past)

The other thing I would be very careful about is the expiry date. I have worked in the pharmacy industry for 10 years now, and I'd be very surprised if a product being sold off that cheaply didnt have a very short expiry date!

I'm not trying to put a downer on this, just wanted to make sure you aren't going to duped or sold something that could cause you harm.
#8
They also do Chlorphenamine (Piriton) 4mg Tablets x 28 Bulk Buy for 98p plus delivery. Piriton are over £3 for 30 in the shops and Sainsbury's charge £1.99 for the same.
http://www.chemist-4-u.com/product.php?productid=17550&cat=318&page=1
#9
...and they do a pot of 500 (yes five hundred) actual Piriton tablets for £8.99 plus delivery - they recommend you keep it out of reach of children!
to quote "THERE IS NO SAFETY TOP AND ALL TABLETS ARE LOOSE IN A POT."

http://www.chemist-4-u.com/product.php?productid=16457
#10
agaveworm
Good deal. I wish I had hayfever!!:giggle:


lol say that when ya eyes are streaming and you cnt breath lol its a night mare :P
#11
normally buy in wilko's or morrisons etc, can pick up for between 69p - 99p
#12
fugly_defect;2002047
The other thing I would be very careful about is the expiry date. I have worked in the pharmacy industry for 10 years now, and I'd be very surprised if a product being sold off that cheaply didnt have a very short expiry date!

I'm not trying to put a downer on this, just wanted to make sure you aren't going to duped or sold something that could cause you harm.


I bought several packs of Piriton's under a different brand (allercalm) from this company in 2007 and the expiry date was 2010.

Back in 2006 i bought Loratadine pills and they had expiry date as 2009.

Will post the date of the ones i just ordered, but generally from stuff i've purchased so far, it doesn't seem like this company tries to sell off 'about to expire' items rather they can sell for so cheap as most items are from non mainstream brands (or aren't branded). They've done specials before as well and i've never had any complaints from the items i've received.
#13
Mine should be arriving today or tomorrow so I will post the expiry dates of mine too. Dealt with them before and they have been spot on in pricing, and easily as good as the branded makes as they are the same without a name!
1 Like #14
Nice find, but tbh I'd rather pay the prescription price and get Levocetirizine (Xyzal)

I guess it's not been out long enough for generic makes to be available.
#15
Zwrnsa
normally buy in wilko's or morrisons etc, can pick up for between 69p - 99p


I do the same. Good deal though.
#16
beanoni;2004154
Nice find, but tbh I'd rather pay the prescription price and get Levocetirizine (Xyzal)

I guess it's not been out long enough for generic makes to be available.
Have you found xyzal to be more effective? Did you notice differences when compared to cetirizine pills?

I didn't even realise a new generation of pills came out, very interesting stuff. Hopefully one day they'll find a cure so none of this will be needed :-D
#17
Hot deal. £11.03 for 12 packs (inc fedex delivery) :thumbsup:
#18
Xad
Have you found xyzal to be more effective? Did you notice differences when compared to cetirizine pills?

I didn't even realise a new generation of pills came out, very interesting stuff. Hopefully one day they'll find a cure so none of this will be needed :-D


I think they're more effective, but I suppose it's very subjective.
#19
Usually get Telfast (fexofenadine) by prescription so wondered if can anyone in the know say how any of those mentioned above compare?
#20
good deal voted hot
#21
beanoni
I think they're more effective, but I suppose it's very subjective.


In what way are they more affective?
#22
Just to let people know, the expiry date on these is November 2009 - the piritons (under a different brand) have the expiry date as 2010.

Nov 2009 is shorter than usual, but its over a year away so fine by me.

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