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chemist 4 u have cheap hay fever items with free delivery.

Loratadine (Clarityn) 10mg Tablets x 30 99p
Cetirizine Pack Of 30 Hayfever Tablets 99p
Chlorphenamine (Piriton) 4mg Tablets x 28 £1.59
Sodium Cromoglicate Hayfever Eye Drops 10ml (Opticrom) £1.49
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#1
I know the item has been posted before but thought the free delivery would make a big difference if you dont want to buy in bulk.
#2
Thanks for this - husband just asked me to get some Benedryl so I thought I'd give the Cetrizine a try.
99p is a bargain compared to what he usually pays!
#3
Great deal as long as you live in England ... FREE prescriptions in Wales :thumbsup:
banned#4
KingCampo;5234132
Great deal as long as you live in England ... FREE prescriptions in Wales :thumbsup:


Where did the Welsh first ministers wife say they originally met?

In a baa.
3 Likes #5
Don't forget to use the 10% off code that was posted by mark4ever24 here. It's [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]10chemist4u[/COLOR][/SIZE]

Sorry I couldn't add a tag to the original post as not enough reps. Maybe someone else could?
#6
Brilliant - thank you !
#7
Free delivery doesn't work :-(
As a result, the delivery charge costs more than the products ordered:

Royal Mail 2nd Class - 5-7 days (£2.30)
Royal Mail 1st Class - 3-5 days (£3.30)
FEDEX Signed Delivery - 48 Hr (£4.25)

Let me check again, though . . .
#8
Just what i need, thanks to tryingtohelp too rep added for the 10% discount info
suspended#9
I've still got a stack of these from last year - bought about 6 months worth :whistling:

I can't take Cetirizine so a decent deal on Loratadine is cool :)
#10
Cheers... I started getting bad hayfever about 2 years ago and before that, it didnt bother me one little bit.

Bahh... Last year during some of the really summery days it looked like I had the plague - red eyes, blocked nose, constant sneezing, feeling miserable etc. Been working at a call center since Christmas though so god knows how im gonna be any use on the phones... So, cheers for the deal - none of these hayfever medications work well for me but they do at least make things a *little* more bearable.

I blame my mum :-( she gave me her sinisitus, migraines, sleep apnoea and hayfever problems
#11
simonspeakeasy
Free delivery doesn't work :-(
As a result, the delivery charge costs more than the products ordered:

Royal Mail 2nd Class - 5-7 days (£2.30)
Royal Mail 1st Class - 3-5 days (£3.30)
FEDEX Signed Delivery - 48 Hr (£4.25)

Let me check again, though . . .


clearly not checking well enough you only have to see the picture lol
http://www.chemist-4-u.com/skin1/images/Simon/Image24.jpg
#12
Thank you, I *had* noticed the picture - I need hayfever tablets, not glasses.
OK, I need glasses too, but anyway . . .
Still not working, still trying . . . the fact that the site is so slow doesn't help . . . .
The postage rates I pasted above were what I was presented with after selecting the products.
banned#13
woohoomoo
Cheers... I started getting bad hayfever about 2 years ago and before that, it didnt bother me one little bit.

Bahh... Last year during some of the really summery days it looked like I had the plague - red eyes, blocked nose, constant sneezing, feeling miserable etc. Been working at a call center since Christmas though so god knows how im gonna be any use on the phones... So, cheers for the deal - none of these hayfever medications work well for me but they do at least make things a *little* more bearable.

I blame my mum :-( she gave me her sinisitus, migraines, sleep apnoea and hayfever problems


I've had hay fever for 20 years - since I stopped smoking.

You need to start taking the antihistamine [COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]before[/COLOR] your symptoms start. I react to gorse pollen, and we have a lot of the stuff around here in rural Monmouthshire, so I start taking the meds as soon as the very pretty yellow flowers appear. This year I started in March. I'll carry on taking them until June. By then the gorse and flowering trees like cherry will have ended.

Personally, I find cetitirizine works better than loratidine.
#14
simonspeakeasy
Free delivery doesn't work :-(
As a result, the delivery charge costs more than the products ordered:

Royal Mail 2nd Class - 5-7 days (£2.30)
Royal Mail 1st Class - 3-5 days (£3.30)
FEDEX Signed Delivery - 48 Hr (£4.25)

Let me check again, though . . .


The free delivery was not working for me either until u see that free delivery is ONLY for:
Loratidine
Cetirizine
Beclometasone nasal spray
#15
@kenobi
Thanks - I just worked that out this second! Furthermore I *think* that the drug must be select from the home page special offer. Browsing to the drug seems to result in postage charges being incurred.
Anyway, including piriton certainly causes the postage charge to kick in - the description needs to be corrected.
#16
tryingtohelp
Don't forget to use the 10% off code that was posted by mark4ever24 here. It's [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]10chemist4u[/COLOR][/SIZE]

Sorry I couldn't add a tag to the original post as not enough reps. Maybe someone else could?


repped :thumbsup:
#17
I've used this site for the last 3 years for hay fever tables, they seem to have upped the unit price but now give free P&P on curtain hay fever tablets.So you gain on smaller orders.

The free P&P only applies form hay fever tablets add anything else to the order and they charge P&P unless the total is over £40

A good reliable company.

Bj
banned#18
Dont bother with these named brand tablets. The own brand tablets at the supermarkets are made by the same people and cost a fraction of the price. I think the tesco ones are currently 84p
#19
Thanks for that, just ordered the summer supply for me and husband.
#20
sculpturatus
Dont bother with these named brand tablets. The own brand tablets at the supermarkets are made by the same people and cost a fraction of the price. I think the tesco ones are currently 84p


But the tesco ones are only 7 tablet packs, these ones are 30 tabs.
#21
Good Deal - Thanx, ordered me some :)
#22
Excellent find, bought a boat load. That should keep the hayfever at bay this summer. Heat and rep added, cheers!
#23
Thanks, Heat and rep added:thumbsup:
#24
Wow, great find.

I also added the pot of 500 Piriton for an unbelievable 9.99 + postage. My wife and kids can only take Piriton so these should last a while!
#25
Nice find heat and rep left thanks.
#26
Ordered £7 worth, which should see me through a year or two.
#27
KingCampo;5234132
Great deal as long as you live in England ... FREE prescriptions in Wales :thumbsup:
But these aren't prescription drugs.
#28
pibpob
But these aren't prescription drugs.


Yes, they are.
#29
They are not a prescription drug but are available on prescription.
banned#30
pibpob
But these aren't prescription drugs.


you can get any drug on prescription - if you live in Wales then you pay nothing as all prescriptions are free. Hence, last year when I injured my leg I even had ibuprofen on prescription. Some drugs are prescription only which may be where you are getting confused.
#31
10% off code no longer working?

You have entered an incorrect coupon code !
This coupon does not exist, has been disabled or has expired.

Please contact administrator and report the error(s).

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Edit: Awful site, just went through paypal checkout and it's redirected me back to the place order page...so now have no idea if the order went through or not.
#32
Cheers, heat and rep added
#33
You have to confirm again and it will be fine :) I thought that and tried again, no paypal redirection.
#34
wont post to Edinburgh, stupid company
#35
jb66
wont post to Edinburgh, stupid company


What reason did they give?
#36
I always take Cetirizine but I'll happily try something else if they do the trick?

Has anyone had experience with them all? Which were best for you?

My eyes are terrible at running, that's how I generally experience hayfever. Can't be bothered with the eye drops though.
#37
thesilverfox
What reason did they give?


we do not deliver to this area or something similar
1 Like #38
stanglish
I always take Cetirizine but I'll happily try something else if they do the trick?

Has anyone had experience with them all? Which were best for you?

My eyes are terrible at running, that's how I generally experience hayfever. Can't be bothered with the eye drops though.


Either of the two main compounds (cetirizine/loratadine) should be fine, with the latter being non-drowsy. Neither make me tired and both seem to be a country mile better than Piriton for me.

jb66
we do not deliver to this area or something similar


Sounds a bit shíte to me!
#39
wessie;5239623
Some drugs are prescription only which may be where you are getting confused.
I wonder how much Welsh taxpayers are being, erm, fleeced, on frivolous prescriptions for things such as this?
#40
pibpob
I wonder how much Welsh taxpayers are being, erm, fleeced, on frivolous prescriptions for things such as this?



You CLEARLY have never suffered from severe hay fever if you consider this frivolous!!!!

For 16 years I had hay fever so bad that my eyes were constanly stinging and itchy, my nose was completely blocked if not running, my throat itched like crazy, my head was pounding. I sounded dreadful when I spoke, as I was so bunged up, which was not good working in an office where I had to use the phone a lot. I had this from April til late September every year. Summer was just miserable for me. I would get severe nose bleeds too, and had to have steroid injections too. I had to go through all my important school and college exams when I was ill with it, and half doped on Piriton, with a box of hankies by me. Not much fun for those around me either, another thing that's upsetting - blowing your nose, sneezing etc in front of people all the time. Sinusitis and infected sinuses is another side effect of hay fever, which can be so bad that even moving your head causes stabbing pain.

Hay fever can make a person's life miserable for several months of each year, there are different levels of it, like a lot of conditions, its NOT some vaguely amusing thing where you sneeze if you sniff a flower.

So think please, before posting a stupid, thoughtless comment like your last one... why not go now and tear apart some maternity benefit post, or freebie for people in the poorest sections of society.. seems your style.

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