Loratadine Anti-Histamines Hay Fever Tablets 30 x 9 Packs (270 Days) £6.75 Delivered @ Chemist Direct - HotUKDeals
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Loratadine Anti-Histamines Hay Fever Tablets 30 x 9 Packs (270 Days) £6.75 Delivered @ Chemist Direct

£6.75 @ Chemist Direct
Chemist Direct Allergy & Hayfever Relief Tablets provide symptomatic relief of allergic rhinitis including hayfever and allergic skin conditions such as hives. Use code AFFCD1925B for free delivery… Read More
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
Chemist Direct Allergy & Hayfever Relief Tablets provide symptomatic relief of allergic rhinitis including hayfever and allergic skin conditions such as hives.

Use code AFFCD1925B for free delivery
-Lucky_Taz

Also 6.6% (New Customer) or 4.4% Quidco!
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
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2 Likes #1
free in scotland
#2
avalonsunset
free in scotland


are antihistamines available on prescription in Scotland? nice.
1 Like #3
Yup - there's a variety of choice and an unlimited supply is available free through scottish GPs :)
6 Likes #4
avalonsunset
Yup - there's a variety of choice and an unlimited supply is available free through scottish GPs :D

No wonder the NHS are suffering so badly. What a total waste of money and time. Just pay a few quid a year squeeky
2 Likes #5
Use code AFFCD1925B for free delivery
#6
Lucky_Taz
Use code AFFCD1925B for free delivery
Thanks free delivery code worked, they also had double strength packets of 84 Ibuprofen tablets for £2.99 so equivalent to 168 normal ones.
2 Likes #7
NHS in scotland is doing great - recently a new state of the art £1billion hospital in the name of the Queen was opened which gives every patient their own lovely room. It's a bit like a hotel, except free :) great provision once again in the bonny land of the scots
#8
just what the doctor ordered , no mention of expiry date unless I missed it??
#9
at first glance it looked like XBOX product.
#10
Almus Labs are the best brand
#11
Brilliant thank you OP - got these last year and they worked great with no side effects at all! :)
2 Likes #12
Paid for by the money London/England makes and sends over. Money from your dwindling oil industry is pretty crap.
avalonsunset
NHS in scotland is doing great - recently a new state of the art £1billion hospital in the name of the Queen was opened which gives every patient their own lovely room. It's a bit like a hotel, except free :) great provision once again in the bonny land of the scots
3 Likes #13
Good job guys, we are getting there! I swear to go God if someone says anything like: "You should leave the union" I'm gonna find out who you are, get a licence to drive a nuclear submarine and park it right in front of your house and mark it on Google maps. :(
#14
nb. all tablets are not the same. cheap for a reason. me and my partner suffered terribly on these.
#15
Szabster
Good job guys, we are getting there! I swear to go God if someone says anything like: "You should leave the union" I'm gonna find out who you are, get a licence to drive a nuclear submarine and park it right in front of your house and mark it on Google maps. :(

What on earth does any of that have to do with Hayfever tablets
1 Like #16
Still working, as of today. Thanks OP! 75p for each month of hayfever relief; can't get fairer than that. :3
#17
yep u can...free hayfever relief is better :)
#18
avalonsunset
yep u can...free hayfever relief is better :)
Not when it means costing the ever-struggling NHS a fair bit more than that for each prescription and DR's time, I'd have to argue..
#19
nhs in scotland is doing super duper :p the best deal to be had always is free...canny beat it :D
#20
avalonsunset
free in scotland


What about viagra
#21
seems good
#22
free delivery code appears to not work

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