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Just picked a pack of these up @ Tesco in Yeovil, after a stressful morning!!... £1.10 half price from £2.20. These are normally close to the 3 quid mark at most places.
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#1
http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww134/tinytool_1979/nurofen.jpg
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Can't believe people still pay even £1.10 for branded Ibuprofen like Nurofen when Tesco/Asda/Morrisons own brands are about 40p.
#3
wherescharlie
Can't believe people still pay even £1.10 for branded Ibuprofen like Nurofen when Tesco/Asda/Morrisons own brands are about 40p.


Because for me the own brands don't work, and never have. I am sure that it is psychological, but regardless of that they still don't work!!!....

Edited By: malbano on Feb 21, 2012 14:07
#4
malbano
wherescharlie
Can't believe people still pay even £1.10 for branded Ibuprofen like Nurofen when Tesco/Asda/Morrisons own brands are about 40p.


Because for me the own brands don't work, and never have. I am sure that it is psychological, but regardless of that they still don't work!!!....



Defiantly psychological!
#5
Psychological or not, half the normal price is definitely a good deal. This is one of those things where you pays your money and takes your choice. Voted hot.
#6
Same ingrdients... Prettier packet... Speaks for itself.
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malbano
wherescharlie
Can't believe people still pay even £1.10 for branded Ibuprofen like Nurofen when Tesco/Asda/Morrisons own brands are about 40p.


Because for me the own brands don't work, and never have. I am sure that it is psychological, but regardless of that they still don't work!!!....


Well just buy the cheap ones and put them in the empty Nurofen box :p
#8
lianne21
Well just buy the cheap ones and put them in the empty Nurofen box :p


Better still, learn to chillax and you won't need to take the tablets at all ;)
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20+ years of medical experience later and I still cannot understand why people do not take time to read the ingredients of their medication. Nurofen is simply a brand name by a single company that added pretty packaging to screw you out of your hard earned money!

The medication is simply Ibuprofen. Ask your chemist for unbranded Ibuprofen and, save a few pennies for your retirement!
#10
Hard to believe people can be so gullible
#11
Marnisa
20+ years of medical experience later and I still cannot understand why people do not take time to read the ingredients of their medication. Nurofen is simply a brand name by a single company that added pretty packaging to screw you out of your hard earned money!

The medication is simply Ibuprofen. Ask your chemist for unbranded Ibuprofen and, save a few pennies for your retirement!


Parents still fork out for Calpol too assuming chemist own brand paracetemol suspension is an inferior product !!

Edited By: lianne21 on Feb 21, 2012 16:12
#12
I always buy the cheap brands but I don't think people are comparing like with like here. This isn't the standard form of Ibuprofen which is available cheaply but Ibuprofen Lysine which is defined by netdoctor.co.uk as the following:
Nurofen migraine pain tablets and Nurofen tension headache tablets contain ibuprofen lysine, which is a form of ibuprofen that is more soluble than regular ibuprofen. This means that it starts to work more quickly than regular ibuprofen tablets/caplets

So, if the above is correct, then it might be worth paying the extra for quicker results.

Just my two penn'orth
#13
Magister
I always buy the cheap brands but I don't think people are comparing like with like here. This isn't the standard form of Ibuprofen which is available cheaply but Ibuprofen Lysine which is defined by netdoctor.co.uk as the following:
Nurofen migraine pain tablets and Nurofen tension headache tablets contain ibuprofen lysine, which is a form of ibuprofen that is more soluble than regular ibuprofen. This means that it starts to work more quickly than regular ibuprofen tablets/caplets

So, if the above is correct, then it might be worth paying the extra for quicker results.

Just my two penn'orth


They sure are.... I find them extremely affective.

http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww134/tinytool_1979/nurofen2.jpg
#14
tesco own brand for these are £1.75.

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=265827136

http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/763%5C5052003056763%5CIDShot_225x225.jpg


Edited By: malbano on Feb 21, 2012 17:36

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