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Clarityn allergy relief tablets reduced 75p at Wilkos

£0.75 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Clarityn tablets (Loratadine) 1 a day for relief of sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes. Use before Jan 2018. 7 tablets for 75p. Read More
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Clarityn tablets (Loratadine) 1 a day for relief of sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes. Use before Jan 2018. 7 tablets for 75p.
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#1
bet this is store specific because i got same ones 40p last week
#2
vicknanth
bet this is store specific because i got same ones 40p last week
Yes the labels are half price and then half that - you did well for 40p I would have bought them all! :)
1 Like #3
usually 79p for 30.
#4
cmncomp
usually 79p for 30.
for Clarityn - please tell me where I will get them - even their own brand is £1.50/£1.60 for 14.
1 Like #5
caroline777upnorth
vicknanth
bet this is store specific because i got same ones 40p last week
Yes the labels are half price and then half that - you did well for 40p I would have bought them all! :)


I did lol
1 Like #6
caroline777upnorth
for Clarityn - please tell me where I will get them - even their own brand is £1.50/£1.60 for 14.
Online pharmacies usually sell the generic version much cheaper, for example:

http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=loratadine#isPage=2

Of course there are additional delivery costs, but the online pharmacies periodically offer free delivery (such as with the 6 month supply shown in the link).
#7
Stompa
caroline777upnorth
for Clarityn - please tell me where I will get them - even their own brand is £1.50/£1.60 for 14.
Online pharmacies usually sell the generic version much cheaper, for example:http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=loratadine#isPage=2
Of course there are additional delivery costs, but the online pharmacies periodically offer free delivery (such as with the 6 month supply shown in the link).
I know that they have the same active ingredient and theoretically should work as well - but they just don't. :(
2 Likes #8
Sorry, cold from me. Personally, I think branded medicines are often a rip off and there is plenty of independent evidence that generics are just as good.

Places like Savers and Poundstretcher will usually have the Galpharm brand of loratidine and cetirizine at about 79p for 14.

As for the online pharmacies I would only buy if the online description included the use by date: once got burnt by a 'deal' that turned out to have 5 months out of the 6 past their use by date. Given the cost it wasn't worth the hassle of sending them back and trying to claim a refund.
#9
7 loratadine tablets for 75 p is still ridiculously overpriced. If you buy branded OTC pharmaceuticals, you're flat out being ripped off.
#10
caroline777upnorth
Stompa
caroline777upnorth
for Clarityn - please tell me where I will get them - even their own brand is £1.50/£1.60 for 14.
Online pharmacies usually sell the generic version much cheaper, for example:http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=loratadine#isPage=2
Of course there are additional delivery costs, but the online pharmacies periodically offer free delivery (such as with the 6 month supply shown in the link).
I know that they have the same active ingredient and theoretically should work as well - but they just don't. :(


If they don't work as well for you, it's because you get a placebo effect from the buying the expensive brand. So go ahead keep doing that if you want and enjoy your simultaneously dwindling bank account as a side effect.
#11
caroline777upnorth
I know that they have the same active ingredient and theoretically should work as well - but they just don't. :(
They do for me!

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