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Piriteze Allergy Tablets 7 pack for £2.00 @ ASDA Killingbeck (LEEDS)

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Just been to Asda Killingbeck (LEEDS) and picked up a 12pack of these which cost £6.48, then saw the 7 pack was only £2! It would works out around 3 times more tablets for the same price. Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Just been to Asda Killingbeck (LEEDS) and picked up a 12pack of these which cost £6.48, then saw the 7 pack was only £2!

It would works out around 3 times more tablets for the same price.
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#1
Can't you buy (I do) a 7 pack of these tablets (same ingredients / different brand) in Home Bargain or Superdrug for 69p?

BTW. Have not voted either way because I realise that some people swear by the brand names.
#2
Far too expensive for me. The generic ones with the same medication in them ate less than 60p for a 7 pack in wilkos and other places as well as online.
#3
Ive only just started to suffer with hayfever so am still finding my feet with them all.

Ive not got a Home Bargains or Superdrug near by hence the visit to ASDA. I know Boots have a 3 for 2 offer on allergy stuff but again dont have one near me otherwise id stock up.

But its not a post for alternative tablets, its for Piriteze which are usually £3 odd for a 7pack.
#4
CorsaVandal;5495597
Ive only just started to suffer with hayfever so am still finding my feet with them all.

Ive not got a Home Bargains or Superdrug near by hence the visit to ASDA. I know Boots have a 3 for 2 offer on allergy stuff but again dont have one near me otherwise id stock up.


Go to wilkos at the crossgates center, much cheaper. Or buy online here -

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/30-days-allergy--and-and%3B-hayfever-relief-cetirizine-tablets_1_10167.html
#5
Remember get the non-drowzy variet......ZZZZZZZ...........ZZZZZZZZZZ
#6
cold tesco ownbrand just does the same job and is far cheaper
#7
If you need off-the-shelf Cetirizine, any of the supermarkets will do better. My personal favourites are the 14 packs from Sainsbury's or Tesco for £1.71. According to mysupermarket.com, ASDA do a 14 pack for £1.

If you can be better-prepared, then http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/health/cheap-hayfever-remedies has some advice on cheap online suppliers (http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/30-days-allergy--and-amp;-hayfever-relief-cetirizine-tabs_1_10167.html has 30 tablets for 29p)
#8
I've suffered badly from hayfever for 15 years (it suddenly started when I was 22). I used to swear blind that Zirtek were the only tablets that really worked and they were pretty expensive.

However, over the years having tried virtually every product on the market it's clear that they basically are all pretty much the same. I've been getting 14 packs of Galpharm from Morrisons recently for about £1.40ish and they do the job just fine - especially when accompanied by a squirt of Beconese spray or whatever it's called.
#9
Just bought Asda's own brand pack of 30 one a day tabs for £2 (have to ask at pharmacy thou, as not kept on the shelves) :)
#10
Although it's a cheaper than normal price for a brand name, like the other posters, I would advise you to try the generic version for any medicine. Brand names are a rip off - you pay much more for the same ingredients. Most supermarkets sell generic versions of all sorts of medicines, including hayfever relief, and if you're near the Killingbeck Asda, there's a Home Bargains and a Superdrug at the nearby Crossgates Centre, as well as the Wilkinsons already mentioned.
#11
I have tried them all too and in my case I find branded and generic all the same. I get it bad and none of them are that effective on me. I still get it bad even while taking them and have done since I was about 6 yr old and I am now 39 and it shows no sign of calming down.

Been bad today, itchy watery eyes all day and sore nose from blowing it too much, gone through 3 hankys already lol. Then the itchy mouth and throat too, it's smashing:)
#12
2 packs of these for £2.61 @ wilkinson, so voting cold

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