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Loratadine and cetirizine tablets 14pk 76p LIDL

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3 Likes #1
Great thanks for this! My hayfever has been manageable the last few years but this summer it's just been so terrible.
2 Likes #2
thank you! this year has been awful for me too.. normally can just use my qu-chi band but this year am needing pills too.. cant believe the mark up on these !!!!
#3
wow I'm surprised people are suffering badly this year, due to the weird weather this has been the best year ever for me.
#4
Conicidentally today without knowing I did go to a Lidl store and I found none on the shelf as my wife was wheezing quite a lot. In the end I went to Wilkinson and bought 14 tablets own brand for £1.
#5
splender
Conicidentally today without knowing I did go to a Lidl store and I found none on the shelf as my wife was wheezing quite a lot. In the end I went to Wilkinson and bought 14 tablets own brand for £1.

Thats a shame you didn't find any in your local store. In three of the Lidl's I have been in recently, they are located on the checkout rather than with the medicines. Maybe you missed them?
#6
Aldi have them for 79p if you can't find them in Lidl. Sainsbury's are the same price as Wilkinsons: £1 for 14.
#7
Was in London for the tough mudder competition and thought id cover all corners incase something went wrong on the day, £4.99 for 16 tablets, if your paying that ever two weeks this is the hottest deal this side of the century for you. Knowing Lidl, i'm sure some places will cap your buying too two packets incase you od on them lol.
#8
Tesco own brand are a quid for 14 too.
#9
daturastorm
wow I'm surprised people are suffering badly this year, due to the weird weather this has been the best year ever for me.
Do you suffer with tree pollen or plant pollen?
#10
I'm sure you can get a better deal than this:

You can get 6 x 30 cetirizine from a quick search for £9.47 delivered, making it 5.3p per tablet.
Loratidine for about 4.4p per tab.

This is 5.4p per tab. I'm sure if you spent a bit of time researching you could get a better deal. Plus you only need to by once every 6month-1year depending on whether you have seasonal or not.
1 Like #11
same as home bargains , also free on prescription in wales


Edited By: pawl on Jun 24, 2013 18:47
#12
I get Cetirizine on perscription (along with other meds) get a box each month, stacked up on the stuff!
but since paying over £100 for a card every year then I get as much as I need!
#13
Can get 30 of these for 69p according to MSE
#14
sjm85
I'm sure you can get a better deal than this:

You can get 6 x 30 cetirizine from a quick search for £9.47 delivered, making it 5.3p per tablet.
Loratidine for about 4.4p per tab.

This is 5.4p per tab. I'm sure if you spent a bit of time researching you could get a better deal. Plus you only need to by once every 6month-1year depending on whether you have seasonal or not.

Handy though at this price if you only want one pack
#15
[helper]#16
They're usually 79p for 14 in Home Bargains and B&M too.

Oddly PoundWorld sell a 7 pack for (obviously) £1, which is a rip off.
#17
We get our hayfever medication from Pharmacy first

Link http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk//medicines/hayfever-allergy/tablets-and-capsules/cetirizine-10mg-tablets-30-tablets-zirtek-substitute-/prod_2352.html

Loratidine 30 Tablets is 79p
Cetirizine 30 Tablets is 69p

Delivery charge is £3.19, but if you buy in quantity the delivery charge is not too bad. We have never had a problem with this company.
#18
shame hayfever tablets don't do anything :(
#19
I have started using allergie block gel, you rub it around your nose and it's fantastic stuff

it's not cheap and the tube is tiny but it's really worth it if you suffer like I do

http://m.boots.com/mt/www.boots.com/en/NasalGuard-Allergie-Block-Topical-Gel-3g_1324878/
#20
This is fairly cheap for the high street, but you can get them a good amount cheaper online, so voted cold I'm afraid!
#21
Good high street price if you need them in a hurry, but otherwise look online and bulk buy 6 months' worth!
#22
I also use pharmacy first. Dirt cheap. I get eye drops, nasel spray and tablets. I get 6 months worth and spend over £40 so delivery is free. So cheap if you buy generic.
#23
Zstar
Great thanks for this! My hayfever has been manageable the last few years but this summer it's just been so terrible.
luvsabargin13
thank you! this year has been awful for me too.. normally can just use my qu-chi band but this year am needing pills too.. cant believe the mark up on these !!!!

Apparently the delay in the start of summer this year has made pollen levels really high.
#24
SirSpanky
This is fairly cheap for the high street, but you can get them a good amount cheaper online, so voted cold I'm afraid!

Well, personally I bought them because I had hayfever out of the blue (Dont normally suffer) Buying them online and waiting a week for them to come from Jersey wasn't an option. You comment is invalid as it's a completely different target customer.
1 Like #25
Zstar
Great thanks for this! My hayfever has been manageable the last few years but this summer it's just been so terrible.

Same here, this year has been tough man :(
#26
michaelsouris
daturastorm
wow I'm surprised people are suffering badly this year, due to the weird weather this has been the best year ever for me.
Do you suffer with tree pollen or plant pollen?

I really have no idea, I never know what causes it but I can guarantee from may - august I am feeling very unwell with it!
#27
dataload
I have started using allergie block gel, you rub it around your nose and it's fantastic stuff

it's not cheap and the tube is tiny but it's really worth it if you suffer like I do

http://m.boots.com/mt/www.boots.com/en/NasalGuard-Allergie-Block-Topical-Gel-3g_1324878/

Just use Vaseline instead. All this does is catch the pollen in your gel before it hits the back of your nose. Save yourself a fortune
#28
Don't seem to do much for me but a reasonable price.

My hayfever is definitely worse this year. Every year I say I will try local honey etc but always leave it too late.
#29
Diekund
dataload
I have started using allergie block gel, you rub it around your nose and it's fantastic stuff

it's not cheap and the tube is tiny but it's really worth it if you suffer like I do

http://m.boots.com/mt/www.boots.com/en/NasalGuard-Allergie-Block-Topical-Gel-3g_1324878/

Just use Vaseline instead. All this does is catch the pollen in your gel before it hits the back of your nose. Save yourself a fortune

Tried local honey but it made no difference.

Does using Vaseline actually work?
#30
daturastorm
Diekund
dataload
I have started using allergie block gel, you rub it around your nose and it's fantastic stuff

it's not cheap and the tube is tiny but it's really worth it if you suffer like I do

http://m.boots.com/mt/www.boots.com/en/NasalGuard-Allergie-Block-Topical-Gel-3g_1324878/

Just use Vaseline instead. All this does is catch the pollen in your gel before it hits the back of your nose. Save yourself a fortune

Tried local honey but it made no difference.

Does using Vaseline actually work?

I was also going to say try Vaseline, works the same (stops pollen entering nostrils) and much cheaper (works for me and I get hayfever bad), you just end up with soft shiny nostrils X)
Wearing sunglasses also works...weirdly!

Edited By: minxx on Jun 26, 2013 11:20
#31
Thanks didn't see the other post so thanks for reposting! Hayfever has been a killer need me a few of those! +++
#32
daturastorm
michaelsouris
daturastorm
wow I'm surprised people are suffering badly this year, due to the weird weather this has been the best year ever for me.
Do you suffer with tree pollen or plant pollen?

I really have no idea, I never know what causes it but I can guarantee from may - august I am feeling very unwell with it!
I was tested to confirm I suffer with tree pollen, and it usually gets a lot better by the end of June. I have a feeling though that the Spring weather has moved the pollen season back a bit and I'll still be takin anti-histamine in July.
#33
michaelsouris
daturastorm
michaelsouris
daturastorm
wow I'm surprised people are suffering badly this year, due to the weird weather this has been the best year ever for me.
Do you suffer with tree pollen or plant pollen?

I really have no idea, I never know what causes it but I can guarantee from may - august I am feeling very unwell with it!
I was tested to confirm I suffer with tree pollen, and it usually gets a lot better by the end of June. I have a feeling though that the Spring weather has moved the pollen season back a bit and I'll still be takin anti-histamine in July.

how did you manage to get get testing? I have had severe hayfever for over 10 years, its caused nasal polyps and causes me to get sinus infections and feel like I have flu :( All the doctors have ever said is take double dose antihistamines and nasal spray.

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