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Nurofen for children £1.99 at Aldi

£1.99 @ ALDI
Was in my Local Aldi last night and they had Nurofen 100ml (strawberry) for children at £1.99, only 2 per customer thou. May be Nationwide Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Was in my Local Aldi last night and they had Nurofen 100ml (strawberry) for children at £1.99, only 2 per customer thou.
May be Nationwide
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#1
Did they have any Flintstones chewable morphine?
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Even if it was 10p it would be overpriced. Nurocon should be the correct name of the product.
#3
2 per customer isn't because it's cheap it's because your not allowed to sell more then 2 packs of para/ibru at a time.
#4
DealJourno
Even if it was 10p it would be overpriced. Nurocon should be the correct name of the product.


Oh well, I hope you don't rent or own a house or have a car or anything else for that matter. Surprised you have a phone/computer to be on here. Everything is over priced and owning a car or house or even phone is more overpriced then this. So pipe down, hush now and move on.
#5
DealJourno
Even if it was 10p it would be overpriced. Nurocon should be the correct name of the product.
At 10p it most certainly would not be overpriced!
#6
shareef
DealJourno
Even if it was 10p it would be overpriced. Nurocon should be the correct name of the product.
At 10p it most certainly would not be overpriced!
Ask any Australian. They will confirm that Nurofen products are overpriced.
#7
Can't you just crush up 24p Ibuprofen and mix it into a drink? This stuff is such a con. Ibuprofen is the active ingredient, and it's cheap as anything.
#8
a bit of advice , if you have to take Ibuprofen then take in very small amounts , I not long ago had an endoscopy and the doctor said at the time you have been taking Ibuprofen as he can see. over time it rips your stomached apart .
#9
DealJourno
shareef
DealJourno
Even if it was 10p it would be overpriced. Nurocon should be the correct name of the product.
At 10p it most certainly would not be overpriced!
Ask any Australian. They will confirm that Nurofen products are overpriced.

Yes they are generally, better buying generic ibuprofen. But you wouldn't get a generic bottle of ibuprofen for 10p (_;)
#10
cueball2370
a bit of advice , if you have to take Ibuprofen then take in very small amounts , I not long ago had an endoscopy and the doctor said at the time you have been taking Ibuprofen as he can see. over time it rips your stomached apart .

It can have an impact on the stomach, but I wouldn't be advising people on doses like that. It is a good drug and should be used appropriately, not just a generic "very small amount".
#11
tomwenn
Can't you just crush up 24p Ibuprofen and mix it into a drink? This stuff is such a con. Ibuprofen is the active ingredient, and it's cheap as anything.
Yes, I suppose you could, if your kids will drink it and you really wanted to do this each time your kids were sick to save literally pennies a time. You'd need to get your measurements right though to avoid overdosing them too!
#12
You can go to most Pharmacies now to get free bottles of ibuprofen and calpol for children. Unsure of the bottle size.
#13
SFconvert
tomwenn
Can't you just crush up 24p Ibuprofen and mix it into a drink? This stuff is such a con. Ibuprofen is the active ingredient, and it's cheap as anything.
Yes, I suppose you could, if your kids will drink it and you really wanted to do this each time your kids were sick to save literally pennies a time. You'd need to get your measurements right though to avoid overdosing them too!
You'd literally be saving pounds, you'd add it to a drink they liked, and you'd struggle to overdose on ibuprofen.

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