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Calpol Vapour plug refills £5.70 instore @ Asda (Stafford)

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These are usually around £12! May just be Stafford ASDA but for half price it's worth a look Read More
These are usually around £12! May just be Stafford ASDA but for half price it's worth a look
angiexlester Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago5 Comments
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£3.99 in Home Bargains.


Noooooooooo! Going to dig out my receipt and return!!
£3.99 in Home Bargains.
Can someone delete this? Thanks
You're right! I didn't. Price the 2 pack! Doh
Only ever seen this for between £5.50 and £6 max...plus amazon are selling for £5.
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cheaper alternative to calpol 6 plus - £1.00 instore @ Poundland

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£1.00 @ PoundLand
when in poundland today i spotted that they are now doing an 80ml bottle of paraped 6 plus for only £1 which is about £2 cheaper than calpol six plus ,its just the same ingredients,so i will be buyin… Read More
when in poundland today i spotted that they are now doing an 80ml bottle of paraped 6 plus for only £1 which is about £2 cheaper than calpol six plus ,its just the same ingredients,so i will be buyin…
krafty32 Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago20 Comments
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youre welcome
Cheers, I ve voted hot and picked up two bottles today. I paid £2.69 for similar product few weeks ago....having kids who are always picking up some school illness, ear ache, temperature, tooth ache.....I ve always got some available at home! Thanks
I'll stick to giving them Alcohol, it will get there bodies used to it if nothing else
If your child is 6+ they can have half a paracetamol tablet - same ingredients/ dose as this but without the sugar / sweeteners / colours /flavourings. At approx 20p a pack, they're cheaper too.

Of course if your child won't swallow a tablet, then this medicine is cheaper than Calpol and does the same job.

Edited By: madtrekker on Apr 28, 2017 23:07
Just give them Whisky, that will send them straight to sleep. A double with water should do the trick, doesn't need to be expensive whisky any cheap stuff will do. They will sleep all night and not keep waking you up coughing and crying.

Works with my two kids anyway!
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sugar free calpol sachets x12 in box 20p @ Asda - motherwell

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£0.20 @ Asda
local asda (motherwell) was setting up baby event. had the 12x5ml calpol sugar free sachets reduced from £1.75 to 20p. store assistant said should be available in all stores. I got last one on shelf i… Read More
local asda (motherwell) was setting up baby event. had the 12x5ml calpol sugar free sachets reduced from £1.75 to 20p. store assistant said should be available in all stores. I got last one on shelf i…
NatSutherland89 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Nothing in ferring store
Great mixer with the bucky X)
no the original calpol is still available. places like boots etc still sell it. not sure exact amount of sugar in it though as I only ever buy sugar free. it's "sucrose" in it I'm sure
sunama
How much sugar does the "normal" version contain?
all Calpol is now sugar free
How much sugar does the "normal" version contain?
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Calpol vapour plug ins refill pack only £3.59 online and instore @ Lloyd's pharmacy.Plugs with refill only £4.19 aswell.

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These work wonders with my kids, tried jugs with steam and Vicks and similar things but these work great. Only trouble is they are quite expensive but im stocking up as they are not on offer often! T… Read More
These work wonders with my kids, tried jugs with steam and Vicks and similar things but these work great. Only trouble is they are quite expensive but im stocking up as they are not on offer often! T…
vixie2 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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Had dispatch email from Lloyd's on 31st Jan, heard nothing since. Rang the pharmacy it's being delivered to and they've no idea where it is, brilliant...
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Had dispatch email from Lloyd's on 31st Jan, heard nothing since. Rang the pharmacy it's being delivered to and they've no idea where it is, brilliant...
Thanks Op. Perfect timing DD just coming down with a cold and had run out of refills.
Thank you
Thanks, I've ordered some
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CALPOL 100ml @ ALDI - £1.22

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CALPOL 100ml @ ALDI PRESTON reduced from £2.45 to £1.22! Only 2 bottles per customer Read More
CALPOL 100ml @ ALDI PRESTON reduced from £2.45 to £1.22! Only 2 bottles per customer
nutz30 Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago21 Comments
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Ibuprofen in OK for temperature /inflammation in children (unless they have certain conditions e.g asthma or on certain medication) however it CAN be dangerous in chicken pox as it can lead to a dangerous condition...you can read more here : http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/parenting/news/a26412/should-you-give-ibuprofen-chicken-pox/
poisondwarf
gord22
amzzzzyyyy
I find the childs ibrofin works better
I find ibuprofen works better ;)
doesnt ibuprofin hide some really bad symptoms of another illness?
just asking

I knew I had read something like that previously
thanks for your help
have some heat
Ibuprofen in OK for temperature /inflammation in children (unless they have certain conditions e.g asthma or on certain medication) however it CAN be dangerous in chicken pox as it can lead to a dangerous condition...you can read more here :

http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/parenting/news/a26412/should-you-give-ibuprofen-chicken-pox/

poisondwarf
gord22
amzzzzyyyy
I find the childs ibrofin works better
I find ibuprofen works better ;)
doesnt ibuprofin hide some really bad symptoms of another illness?
just asking


Edited By: Shm93 on Nov 19, 2016 23:40
gord22
poisondwarf
gord22
amzzzzyyyy
I find the childs ibrofin works better
I find ibuprofen works better ;)
doesnt ibuprofin hide some really bad symptoms of another illness?
just asking
Not sure, I was just joking about the spelling. ;)

I hadnt even noticed the spelling
I m sure that I have read somewhere that ibuprofen hides symptems of a serious illness?
I could be wrong though
poisondwarf
gord22
amzzzzyyyy
I find the childs ibrofin works better
I find ibuprofen works better ;)
doesnt ibuprofin hide some really bad symptoms of another illness?
just asking
Not sure, I was just joking about the spelling. ;)
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calpol refill pads £3.99 @ Home Bargains

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calpol refil pads 3.99£ homebargain holderness road Read More
calpol refil pads 3.99£ homebargain holderness road
rgo Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Best stock up for the winter!
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calpol vapour plug 4.49£ @ Home Bargains

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£4.49 @ Home Bargains
calpol vapour plug 4.49£ homebargain holderness road Read More
calpol vapour plug 4.49£ homebargain holderness road
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Aldi in Thamesmead selling Calpol Infant Suspension 100ml scanning at £1.69

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The Aldi located in Thamesmead is selling Calpol Infant Suspension 100ml for £1.69 even though the shelf sticker says £2.45 and the website says £2.45 as well. Not sure if this is a price specific Read More
The Aldi located in Thamesmead is selling Calpol Infant Suspension 100ml for £1.69 even though the shelf sticker says £2.45 and the website says £2.45 as well. Not sure if this is a price specific
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FairyMonstar
Thistleno1
poshaffi
why not just get it free from your GP on a prescription?
In Scotland you can get it free on the NHS minor ailments scheme.


draining the NHS :(


I agree!!
Thistleno1
poshaffi
why not just get it free from your GP on a prescription?
In Scotland you can get it free on the NHS minor ailments scheme.


draining the NHS :(
poshaffi
why not just get it free from your GP on a prescription?
In Scotland you can get it free on the NHS minor ailments scheme.
poshaffi
why not just get it free from your GP on a prescription?

Because it probably costs more to the NHS than £1.69

Do you go to the GP if you want a 15p pack of paracetamol?

Of course theres also the fact I would rather pay £1 than ring to make an app, go to the GP, sit around waiting to be seen, be seen, come out, go to chemist, go home.


Edited By: julieallen on Oct 30, 2016 23:48
why not just get it free from your GP on a prescription?
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Sugar free Calpol reduced to 87p in Co-op

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My Husband was just in the Co-op and said he had picked up some Calpol (sugar free) as it was only 87p. This was a bigger Co-op and not sure if all stores but it had an actual sign for it so quite pos… Read More
My Husband was just in the Co-op and said he had picked up some Calpol (sugar free) as it was only 87p. This was a bigger Co-op and not sure if all stores but it had an actual sign for it so quite pos…
mintsauce22 Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago41 Comments
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Has anyone found the calpol from coop seems not to pull into the syringe properly. I have found with two different bottles that I can't get it to fill to 5 ml??? Really strange
yrreb88
jimbo23
yrreb88
jimbo23
yrreb88
Elevation
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Funny how some parents would rather give distilled petrol to their kids than sugar. Common sweeteners such as saccharin are petroleum-based compounds. This Calpol includes maltitol and sorbitol, the latter being made from corn syrup so not quite as bad as Saccharin.
A great deal of evidence suggests that due to the fact that the body does not receive the expected energy burst from something that is sweet you still crave more food, negating the whole point of a sweetener (to reduce calorie intake). There is also some suggestion that chemical sweeteners may harm the natural bacteria balance in the gut.
Taking sugar out of something that is meant to be used on an occasional as needed basis just seems ridiculous to me. If you don't want your child to get fat then consider what they are eating on a daily basis, ration their iPad usage and get them to go outdoors or to sports centre and do something that involves moving more than a finger.
Oh come on now, all that silly stuff about Aspartame being bad is just silly talk and crackpot conspiracy.
Yours sincerely,
NutraSweet (TM)
Most of it does seem to be silly talk and conspiracy though. :D
Maybe so, but a lot of Supermarkets as well as brands have removed it from their products and are now using Sucralose instead.
If anything, because both are artificial sweeteners anyway, I suspect costs/profit margins factor are the reason, not an admittance or proof it's bad or should be removed from sale etc. Pepsi recently removed aspartame from their Diet version in the USA because they thought that's what their customers wanted as sales were dropping. According to their CEO:
"“If you go and poll consumers today and read all the social media reports, there’s still trepidation about aspartame,” said Nooyi. “There’s no scientific reason for that, but people are somehow worried about aspartame.” - I blame the internet. :p
However sales continued to drop even quicker so they soon reversed the decision and and brought back the "Classic" Diet Pepsi so they can satisfy more customers.
Difference is though that Sucralose was a purpose built sweetener - its actually a sugar (sucrose) alcohol.
Aspartame was founded by mistake by scientists developing an ulcer cream. The scientist accidentally touched food and found had a sweet taste. It was rushed through in the US into food as the money and profit potential from a zero calorie sweetener was realised.
Some big brand supermarkets banned aspartame from the own brand versions of their food due to conducting research among their customers. Big brand drinks companies have also started to replace aspartame with sucralose.
Sorry to be blunt but what is your point? Many discoveries have been accidental. Viagra was originally meant to be used to treat high blood pressure, now look at it. The safety of aspartame has been proven many times so whatever happened in the US almost half a century ago isn't really relevant particulalry when it's been found safe by multiple independent organisations such as the WHO and FSA. As I mentioned with the Pepsi example, they removed it and put it back and there is public concern with it for no real reason. It seems to be one of those internet "urban myths" that just won't seem to subside. The EFSA carried out a thorough re-evaluation of it's safety because of public concern and found it to be safe, again.
These companies would be replacing one artificial sweetener with another, I doubt it will significantly increase sales and profit with Pepsi's venture being a good example but who knows. Companies reformulating, which happens all the time anyway, is not evidence of an issue in my opinion.

What does the body do when it rejects something? You are sick or go to the toilet a lot.

The fact that most artificially sweetened products carry a 'laxative effect' warning might suggest that your body is trying rid of it out of the system.
jimbo23
yrreb88
jimbo23
yrreb88
Elevation
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Funny how some parents would rather give distilled petrol to their kids than sugar. Common sweeteners such as saccharin are petroleum-based compounds. This Calpol includes maltitol and sorbitol, the latter being made from corn syrup so not quite as bad as Saccharin.
A great deal of evidence suggests that due to the fact that the body does not receive the expected energy burst from something that is sweet you still crave more food, negating the whole point of a sweetener (to reduce calorie intake). There is also some suggestion that chemical sweeteners may harm the natural bacteria balance in the gut.
Taking sugar out of something that is meant to be used on an occasional as needed basis just seems ridiculous to me. If you don't want your child to get fat then consider what they are eating on a daily basis, ration their iPad usage and get them to go outdoors or to sports centre and do something that involves moving more than a finger.
Oh come on now, all that silly stuff about Aspartame being bad is just silly talk and crackpot conspiracy.
Yours sincerely,
NutraSweet (TM)
Most of it does seem to be silly talk and conspiracy though. :D
Maybe so, but a lot of Supermarkets as well as brands have removed it from their products and are now using Sucralose instead.
If anything, because both are artificial sweeteners anyway, I suspect costs/profit margins factor are the reason, not an admittance or proof it's bad or should be removed from sale etc. Pepsi recently removed aspartame from their Diet version in the USA because they thought that's what their customers wanted as sales were dropping. According to their CEO:
"“If you go and poll consumers today and read all the social media reports, there’s still trepidation about aspartame,” said Nooyi. “There’s no scientific reason for that, but people are somehow worried about aspartame.” - I blame the internet. :p
However sales continued to drop even quicker so they soon reversed the decision and and brought back the "Classic" Diet Pepsi so they can satisfy more customers.
Difference is though that Sucralose was a purpose built sweetener - its actually a sugar (sucrose) alcohol.
Aspartame was founded by mistake by scientists developing an ulcer cream. The scientist accidentally touched food and found had a sweet taste. It was rushed through in the US into food as the money and profit potential from a zero calorie sweetener was realised.
Some big brand supermarkets banned aspartame from the own brand versions of their food due to conducting research among their customers. Big brand drinks companies have also started to replace aspartame with sucralose.

Sorry to be blunt but what is your point? Many discoveries have been accidental. Viagra was originally meant to be used to treat high blood pressure, now look at it. The safety of aspartame has been proven many times so whatever happened in the US almost half a century ago isn't really relevant particulalry when it's been found safe by multiple independent organisations such as the WHO and FSA. As I mentioned with the Pepsi example, they removed it and put it back and there is public concern with it for no real reason. It seems to be one of those internet "urban myths" that just won't seem to subside. The EFSA carried out a thorough re-evaluation of it's safety because of public concern and found it to be safe, again.

These companies would be replacing one artificial sweetener with another, I doubt it will significantly increase sales and profit with Pepsi's venture being a good example but who knows. Companies reformulating, which happens all the time anyway, is not evidence of an issue in my opinion.
yrreb88
jimbo23
yrreb88
Elevation
Going_Digital
Funny how some parents would rather give distilled petrol to their kids than sugar. Common sweeteners such as saccharin are petroleum-based compounds. This Calpol includes maltitol and sorbitol, the latter being made from corn syrup so not quite as bad as Saccharin.
A great deal of evidence suggests that due to the fact that the body does not receive the expected energy burst from something that is sweet you still crave more food, negating the whole point of a sweetener (to reduce calorie intake). There is also some suggestion that chemical sweeteners may harm the natural bacteria balance in the gut.
Taking sugar out of something that is meant to be used on an occasional as needed basis just seems ridiculous to me. If you don't want your child to get fat then consider what they are eating on a daily basis, ration their iPad usage and get them to go outdoors or to sports centre and do something that involves moving more than a finger.
Oh come on now, all that silly stuff about Aspartame being bad is just silly talk and crackpot conspiracy.
Yours sincerely,
NutraSweet (TM)
Most of it does seem to be silly talk and conspiracy though. :D
Maybe so, but a lot of Supermarkets as well as brands have removed it from their products and are now using Sucralose instead.
If anything, because both are artificial sweeteners anyway, I suspect costs/profit margins factor are the reason, not an admittance or proof it's bad or should be removed from sale etc. Pepsi recently removed aspartame from their Diet version in the USA because they thought that's what their customers wanted as sales were dropping. According to their CEO:
"“If you go and poll consumers today and read all the social media reports, there’s still trepidation about aspartame,” said Nooyi. “There’s no scientific reason for that, but people are somehow worried about aspartame.” - I blame the internet. :p
However sales continued to drop even quicker so they soon reversed the decision and and brought back the "Classic" Diet Pepsi so they can satisfy more customers.

Difference is though that Sucralose was a purpose built sweetener - its actually a sugar (sucrose) alcohol.

Aspartame was founded by mistake by scientists developing an ulcer cream. The scientist accidentally touched food and found had a sweet taste. It was rushed through in the US into food as the money and profit potential from a zero calorie sweetener was realised.

Some big brand supermarkets banned aspartame from the own brand versions of their food due to conducting research among their customers. Big brand drinks companies have also started to replace aspartame with sucralose.


Edited By: jimbo23 on Oct 20, 2016 21:45
turbo_c
Elevation
Removing sugar from a teaspoon's worth of solution. Cos that's not reached schizophrenic levels of sugar fear at all, has it.....

so true, not to mention the fact that sweeteners aren't great for you either. why on earth replace something natural with artificial rubbish.

Tobacco, formaldehyde and sunlight are all natural. Natural carcinogens too. ;)

Sweeteners aren't exactly harmful either and can provide benefits - NHS - The truth about sweeteners.
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calpol vapour plug and night light half price at morrisons Haverfordwest £3.00

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Calpol soothe and care vapour plug and nightlight reduced from £5.96 to £3. Has a light sensing night light with comes on automatically in low light. Emits a blend of oils including lavender, cham… Read More
Calpol soothe and care vapour plug and nightlight reduced from £5.96 to £3. Has a light sensing night light with comes on automatically in low light. Emits a blend of oils including lavender, cham…
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Great price, I swear by these. It stopped my little one from waking up in the night when she had a blocked nose.
great price but not national
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calpol 2+ months now £2.29 Aldi

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calpol 2+months sugar free cheapest calpol I have seen for a while ! seen at my local aldi ( syston -leicester) . they have loads of reduced items lately and so i come across the calpol and nurofe… Read More
calpol 2+months sugar free cheapest calpol I have seen for a while ! seen at my local aldi ( syston -leicester) . they have loads of reduced items lately and so i come across the calpol and nurofe…
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Just another local deal. Our local has the 6+ Calpol reduced to £1.14 at the minute. All I got as a toddler was half a asprin or paracetamol crushed and given me in a glass of water (so that would be 32 doses in a packet that costs around 25p today).
Go to your local pharmacy and ask for it under 'Care at the Chemist'. You will get it free.
vicstar115
Or go to a local pharmacy, buy their own and get twice as much for less. Branded con

http://www.paydenspharmacy.co.uk/product.asp?sku=08238R


well I never heard of paydens pharmacy ..
boots own brand is 2.40 for 200ml
asda own brand is 1.75 for a 100ml
they are my two local shops
yes it is a branded con but for that price I would farther buy the propped brand :)
Or go to a local pharmacy, buy their own and get twice as much for less. Branded con

http://www.paydenspharmacy.co.uk/product.asp?sku=08238R
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Free calpol minor ailments scheme

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For all the mammies and daddies - I went to Boots yesterday buying calpol and happened to complain to the cashier how expensive it is. She told me to my amazement that if you register your details wi… Read More
For all the mammies and daddies - I went to Boots yesterday buying calpol and happened to complain to the cashier how expensive it is. She told me to my amazement that if you register your details wi…
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lukeo44
Not this again, draining the NHS for cheap bits you should really be buying yourself
Why? You pay NI and living in a welfare state, you should expect to receive services like this. This is because of the politicians that we have to spent extra over paying NI (and other taxes). The want to spent money on wars and go out to look for aliens instead of spending same money on NHS or any other public services.
PS: I agree that you should just get cheaper generic medicines rather than more expensive branded ones.
NHS funds would be better spent on ensuring high provision of services, surgery etc as well as reducing waiting times and investment into research. This scheme may be a drop in the ocean in the NHS but there's no doubt that that money could be used more efficiently instead of Mumsnet types scrounging free Calpol and plasters they can afford.
lukeo44
Not this again, draining the NHS for cheap bits you should really be buying yourself

Why? You pay NI and living in a welfare state, you should expect to receive services like this. This is because of the politicians that we have to spent extra over paying NI (and other taxes). The want to spent money on wars and go out to look for aliens instead of spending same money on NHS or any other public services.

PS: I agree that you should just get cheaper generic medicines rather than more expensive branded ones.

Edited By: mjunaid106 on Apr 10, 2016 21:38
If you need your child to be given calpol at nursery or school if they are not feeling 100% it must be prescribed otherwise they will refuse it administer. I hardly think this constitutes as scrounging. Also I get things on prescription that I can buy over the counter. I buy a prepay certificate because I need a lot of meds, I don't see anything wrong in me getting a box of paracetamol, ibuprofen or allergy tablets. My doctor encourages me to get things on prescription as I take lots of different things and it helps when monitoring and reviewing medication as I forget to mention them also it means when I am unable to leave home due to illness I haven't got to struggle up the road for pain relief or scrounge a pack from a neighbour.
You can get coupons for money of calpol anyways making it affordable!
Boots own brand is £2.24.
You couldn't pay that?
http://www.boots.com/en/Boots-Paracetamol-3-Months-Plus-120mg-5ml-Suspension-100ml-_1225218/

Edited By: Paddy_o_furniture on Apr 08, 2016 17:47
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Calpol 12 Sachets 35p scanning in store @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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In-store. At Lloyds Pharmacy. Sachets scanning at £0.35. Even the lady behind the counter was shocked. I bought 2 packets. Don't know if it's national or if it was is a cliche. I got from oadby bra… Read More
In-store. At Lloyds Pharmacy. Sachets scanning at £0.35. Even the lady behind the counter was shocked. I bought 2 packets. Don't know if it's national or if it was is a cliche. I got from oadby bra…
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Yes my local has them too and baby food jars for 16p
sunny200350
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Jimmyboy
I've bought the sachets a few times and also the bottles. Don't bother with the bottles though as once opened you have a month (maybe 6 weeks?) to use it. No child should consume a whole bottle over that period so every single bottle sold won't get used. Sachets are much better.
with most solutions/suspensions that are not freshly made and your storage conditions are good ( under 25C and in a cupboard/fridge) once opened 90 days is the recommend time to keep the liquid
I'm sure you are correct but I'm not about to go against the instructions on the bottle when giving it to my 1 or 3 year old.
I wont say thats incorrect but you will have to tell me which brand it says that on, as im looking through the Calpol right now, I cant see it anywhere stating those times to discard the medication after, and this is just out of curiosity :) everyone decides whats best for their family :)
Apologies, you're totally right! I was confusing this with Neurofen for kids but checked that too and no info on how soon to use after opening. I must have been looking at something different.
The sachets are definitely a lot more convenient that the bottles though.
Jimmyboy
sunny200350
Jimmyboy
I've bought the sachets a few times and also the bottles. Don't bother with the bottles though as once opened you have a month (maybe 6 weeks?) to use it. No child should consume a whole bottle over that period so every single bottle sold won't get used. Sachets are much better.
with most solutions/suspensions that are not freshly made and your storage conditions are good ( under 25C and in a cupboard/fridge) once opened 90 days is the recommend time to keep the liquid
I'm sure you are correct but I'm not about to go against the instructions on the bottle when giving it to my 1 or 3 year old.

I wont say thats incorrect but you will have to tell me which brand it says that on, as im looking through the Calpol right now, I cant see it anywhere stating those times to discard the medication after, and this is just out of curiosity :) everyone decides whats best for their family :)

Edited By: sunny200350 on Apr 03, 2016 18:02
sunny200350
Jimmyboy
I've bought the sachets a few times and also the bottles. Don't bother with the bottles though as once opened you have a month (maybe 6 weeks?) to use it. No child should consume a whole bottle over that period so every single bottle sold won't get used. Sachets are much better.
with most solutions/suspensions that are not freshly made and your storage conditions are good ( under 25C and in a cupboard/fridge) once opened 90 days is the recommend time to keep the liquid
I'm sure you are correct but I'm not about to go against the instructions on the bottle when giving it to my 1 or 3 year old.
Jimmyboy
I've bought the sachets a few times and also the bottles. Don't bother with the bottles though as once opened you have a month (maybe 6 weeks?) to use it. No child should consume a whole bottle over that period so every single bottle sold won't get used. Sachets are much better.

with most solutions/suspensions that are not freshly made and your storage conditions are good ( under 25C and in a cupboard/fridge) once opened 90 days is the recommend time to keep the liquid
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calpol paracetamol & ibuprofen sachets £2.63 @ Tesco stores

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*Reduced to clear* Tesco stores, Calpol suspensions sachets, 12 packs strawberry flavour either ibuprofen (3m+) or paracetamol (2m+) This is at Sheerness unknown if at other stores also. Read More
*Reduced to clear* Tesco stores, Calpol suspensions sachets, 12 packs strawberry flavour either ibuprofen (3m+) or paracetamol (2m+) This is at Sheerness unknown if at other stores also.
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Yeh I saw these in Milton Keynes too, says reduced to clear on the shelf label
hardengreen tescos too!
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calprofen ibuprofen for kids instore at Asda for £1.67

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reduced to clear from £3 to 1.67 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
reduced to clear from £3 to 1.67 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Oneday77
Decent price. Worth buying rather than using minor ailments at local pharmacy. They give non-branded and without the much easier to use syringe.
only difference between this and the non branded is the price they charge oh and the syringe which though supposed to give the better dose with older kids its easier to use a spoon.
I beg to differ, syringe is far easier unless by older you mean over 4. I haven't had that experience yet ;)

yes over 4, with a dose bigger than a single syringe and you have to either get the child to keep their mouth open or use another syringe but they only come with one and in some of the medicines you have to have 3 syringes. With a spoon you don't have any issues, except why they went down the syringe route because parents cant administer medicine correctly or so the government thinks. In the same way as they think we shouldn't give cough or cold medicine to under 5 any more because some parents couldn't dose their children correctly.


Syringe is far easier to give a wriggling baby with tooth ache.

Spoon over syringe for my 3yo any day, she can keep still!
Be careful with this, some children can be allergic to this medicine. Gave this to our 2 year old and she developed a very very irritating rash all over her body. She was miserable and even the doctors couldn't find what was wrong. As soon as we stopped this, she was back to normal within a day. Hope this doesn't happen to anyone.
Store specific. (Not mark down in Brighton)
Store specific. (Not mark down in Brighton)
Full price in my asda £3 bought it anyway as needed it
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thanks op
just got 3 today from kings road
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mjccam
Not sure how it works in the rest of the UK but i can walk into the pharmacy in Scotland and get a calpol equivalent for free . http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2006/06/26102829/1
No benefits required!!
It's not free though, it's the rest of the UK subsidising you...

That's right, i forgot about all the oil they have down there...
mjccam
Not sure how it works in the rest of the UK but i can walk into the pharmacy in Scotland and get a calpol equivalent for free . http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2006/06/26102829/1
No benefits required!!
It's not free though, it's the rest of the UK subsidising you...
£2.29 each in Aldi
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Calpol Soothe & Care Vapour Plug in 3+ Months £3.69 @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Stock up at this price! These are great for when the little one has a cold or flu. Offer available instore and online. Free click and collect or delivery is £2.95. Comes with 5 refills Us… Read More
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When I place the order online - it still gives me full price in my basket - what gives???
following - whats expiry dates on these?
r&r'smom
Thanks for posting, I hadn't seen these before. I'm trying everything at the moment...babe has been snuffly for what seems like months.


hope it works, works great for us
Ordered thanks!
I purchased these too, you only save 30p if you buy just the refills.

I purchased 2 of these sets, we can use it in another room.
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Calpol Night Plug in Refill £3.39 @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Shows as £3.39 online but when added to basket shows as full price at £5.75.
I went in today and they was still like £5 odd , cold sorry
good price but this has never helped my little one when he has a cold.
found in scarborough really good buy I bought the plug in with the refills works out 30p more and u get plug in and 5 fulfills very good to have in
Good post there op, heated both deals.
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Calpol Vapour Plug & Night Light ( for coughs and colds ) £5.00 with code / voucher @ Tesco

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These are new and I have not seen them before but am impressed to find a vapour plug in for little ones coughs and colds to help them breathe and sleep at night! Comes with 5 refills Usually aro…
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These were £4.80 last week in tesco.

If they go down to less than a fiver please someone post it , even better if you can find the refills going cheap! :D
These were £4.80 last week in tesco.
hot i love my sleep and a simple cold with baby mean no sleep for anyone
thanks marty and vinegar like natural remedies
Just a tip. For around the same or less than the price of this you can buy beeswax and oils to make your own vapo rub. There's recipes all over the net. I have never looked back. There's no night light of course but a nice wee back and foot massage with it has worked miracles on my 2 when poorly

You know exactly what's in it, takes 5 minutes to make and you avoid petroleum!
Also honey really is nature's little miracle when it comes to taming a cough. I use raw organic tropical honey but squeezy supermarket stuff will work too!
Note that bubbies aren't allowed honey til they're how ever many months old though

Edited By: VinegarTits on Nov 21, 2015 02:45: Added info
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after stocking up on calpol we've found our lil one likes orange nuroFen much nicer and more effective so glad to see it for under £2 will be stocking up when next in marks ! thanks for sharing
onlineo
no shelf edge label,scans at£3 and will not reduce price

Like I said in my OP, that's what happened to me. But the half price label was there for both, and as I bought 4xCalpol at £1.50 and 2xNurofen at £1.65, the manager gave me a £9.30 credit for the £18.60 I'd been charged. Wonder why there was no price tag at your store? M&S are sometimes a bit inaccurate with their promotions when it comes to paying -- with many food deals, I've often found the promotion hasn't gone through at the till. The staff in my local store are a bit sick of me complaining, but this kind of thing does happen quite often in there...
Oneday77
As for calpol being more effective, sorry it may taste better. However any balancing agents that help keep it down would be part of the registered licence number, which I don't believe it has. It is paracetamol registered and nothing else.

As an adult with a genetic condition who has taken a LOT of painkillers over the years I do strongly believe that Nurofen (Ibuprofen) does sit better on my stomach and *may* be slightly more effective than generic Ibuprofen. (I am NOT easily swayed by marketing and primarily buy generics, but on the odd occasions I take Nurofen it always feels better to me). I have long pondered that and I *suspect* that the difference may be the excipients that Nurofen uses. These would have a bearing on the uptake of the active ingredient and I'd wager don't have to be registered?
no shelf edge label,scans at£3 and will not reduce price
Good pricey, but definitely not this price in Sheffield.
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I have struggled without money. we don't receive any benefits and I know that I would never ask for it nor would I ask for anything that you could easily grab on poundshop. by the way not having a dig at you just makes me mad sometimes :)
Oneday77
yolanda19811
if you need free calpol then you shouldn't be having kids that you can't afford...
Normally I'd agree if it was a more frivolous product ie Pregnacare or vitamins. However I think it's fair enough to get free pain killers for children.
It should be noted that you don't get calpol, you get the cheaper ibuprofen/paracetamol equivalents that do exactly the same thing.
If you want to buy some in for emergencies, don't pay calpol prices.
We get Zero benefits, except child allowance. Claiming the odd non-means tested £1 here or there seems fair enough. We also have free medical insurance through our work so if we need anything serious for the adults we won't be a big drain on the NHS. Min Scotland this is called minor ailments. If a pharmacy can save a doctors appointment that resulted in prescribing rest and pain killers it's a huge saving to the NHS anyway.


yes but you can grab them in pound shops or asda so why should you get then for free. Again If you have kids then make sure you can afford to look after them
yolanda19811
if you need free calpol then you shouldn't be having kids that you can't afford...
Normally I'd agree if it was a more frivolous product ie Pregnacare or vitamins. However I think it's fair enough to get free pain killers for children.
It should be noted that you don't get calpol, you get the cheaper ibuprofen/paracetamol equivalents that do exactly the same thing.
If you want to buy some in for emergencies, don't pay calpol prices.
We get Zero benefits, except child allowance. Claiming the odd non-means tested £1 here or there seems fair enough. We also have free medical insurance through our work so if we need anything serious for the adults we won't be a big drain on the NHS. Min Scotland this is called minor ailments. If a pharmacy can save a doctors appointment that resulted in prescribing rest and pain killers it's a huge saving to the NHS anyway.

Edited By: Oneday77 on Sep 05, 2015 08:12
if you need free calpol then you shouldn't be having kids that you can't afford...
You can only get it free if your child has a minor ailment. In the meantime it's good practice to have some in. HOT!
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http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/high-res/2249010_1.jpg

Can't see any stock there.

Edited By: BarmyBulldog on Jul 21, 2015 01:12
there was plenty of stock I only took a picture of the shelf label as it was clearer than the receipt.
ScorchingHot
What's the point in posting this if there's zero stock?!

How do you know there is zero stock?!
What's the point in posting this if there's zero stock?!
guessing from that picture youve put the lot in your basket
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rippaz253
Well I hadnt thought that me highlighting the NHS minor ailment scheme would have initiated as much conversation and controversy.
smk77

Whatever you do you clearly don't understand the minor ailment service for children. It exists to free up GPs time.
I agree with the above. The minor ailment service is designed to take pressure from the General Practitioners. It is for exactly that, minor ailments, for over the counter medications recommended by the pharmacist. No GP appointment is required.
What you get, whether the branded Calpol, or generic paracetamol is down to the individual local areas policy. I know for FACT that in areas of Leeds Calpol is available on this scheme.
Nevertheless the drug is the same whether Calpol or generic paracetamol. From an NHS perspective they ought to be be precribing the most cost effective.
Calpol prescribed by pharmacists, or generic equivalent, isn't going to break the NHS bank. It's got plenty of other pressures it needs to deal with first........just dont go to your GP with minro ailments. Speak to the pharmacists and ask about the scheme.
(Conflict - I'm not a GP - I'm Hospital Doctor)

I think that the more people who know about the service the better. There's plenty of people on here who are complaining about others taking their freebies (in the grand scale of things it's peanuts) on the NHS and how they would be embarrassed to ask for it. However, those people who know about the scheme are more likely to go along to the pharmacy to ask for advice than bother a GP. It's far cheaper for the NHS for someone to get 'freebies' for their kid's minor ailments than to use a 10 minute GP appointment. Unfortunately, those who have been bashing the users of the service look no further than it being a NHS freebie.
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samuelsmith87
I agree with your comments, I'm an ICU nurse.
However little a saving generic paracetamol is to Calpol if you roll this out throughout the scope of other meds. (nurofen>ibuprofen etc.) and I bet it'd be in the £Millions.
Indeed. We need, as a society, to get away from the thought that branded tablets are better. There are major NHS savings to be made there.
I had to laugh at he comment above something along the lines of "I'm sorry to hear you all have pre-schoolers who hate generic brands". Indeed!!! Best comment of the thread.
Ha! That did make me laugh too! Sarcastic brilliance :D
samuelsmith87
I agree with your comments, I'm an ICU nurse.
However little a saving generic paracetamol is to Calpol if you roll this out throughout the scope of other meds. (nurofen>ibuprofen etc.) and I bet it'd be in the £Millions.

Indeed. We need, as a society, to get away from the thought that branded tablets are better. There are major NHS savings to be made there.

I had to laugh at he comment above something along the lines of "I'm sorry to hear you all have pre-schoolers who hate generic brands". Indeed!!! Best comment of the thread.
rippaz253
Well I hadnt thought that me highlighting the NHS minor ailment scheme would have initiated as much conversation and controversy.
smk77

Whatever you do you clearly don't understand the minor ailment service for children. It exists to free up GPs time.
I agree with the above. The minor ailment service is designed to take pressure from the General Practitioners. It is for exactly that, minor ailments, for over the counter medications recommended by the pharmacist. No GP appointment is required.
What you get, whether the branded Calpol, or generic paracetamol is down to the individual local areas policy. I know for FACT that in areas of Leeds Calpol is available on this scheme.
Nevertheless the drug is the same whether Calpol or generic paracetamol. From an NHS perspective they ought to be be precribing the most cost effective.
Calpol prescribed by pharmacists, or generic equivalent, isn't going to break the NHS bank. It's got plenty of other pressures it needs to deal with first........just dont go to your GP with minro ailments. Speak to the pharmacists and ask about the scheme.
(Conflict - I'm not a GP - I'm Hospital Doctor)
I agree with your comments, I'm an ICU nurse.
However little a saving generic paracetamol is to Calpol if you roll this out throughout the scope of other meds. (nurofen>ibuprofen etc.) and I bet it'd be in the £Millions.
Well I hadnt thought that me highlighting the NHS minor ailment scheme would have initiated as much conversation and controversy.

smk77

Whatever you do you clearly don't understand the minor ailment service for children. It exists to free up GPs time.

I agree with the above. The minor ailment service is designed to take pressure from the General Practitioners. It is for exactly that, minor ailments, for over the counter medications recommended by the pharmacist. No GP appointment is required.

What you get, whether the branded Calpol, or generic paracetamol is down to the individual local areas policy. I know for FACT that in areas of Leeds Calpol is available on this scheme.

Nevertheless the drug is the same whether Calpol or generic paracetamol. From an NHS perspective they ought to be be precribing the most cost effective.

Calpol prescribed by pharmacists, or generic equivalent, isn't going to break the NHS bank. It's got plenty of other pressures it needs to deal with first........just dont go to your GP with minro ailments. Speak to the pharmacists and ask about the scheme.

(Conflict - I'm not a GP - I'm Hospital Doctor)
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free from the doctor apparently
If you have a baby you don't even need to go to the doctor. They prescribe calpol for everything, it's a panacea you know. No point wasting the doctors time, you know they'll give you calpol so this is a deal. That's why they go to medical college for so many years. First year, learn about calpol, next years get drunk and party. It's awesome being a doctor, also if you don't know anything and you don't because you've been on the p^&s for 5 years, you just can Google it in front of the patient. Probably get about £100K a year too, brilliant.


You are correct. The Doctors do dare to open Google in front of patients and then say "Look this is what I refer to because I am not a specialist Doc".. Funny, isn't it. I said Hey Doc, Why do i need to come to you if I would have got medicines by Googling it. . NHS GPs just s**ks.
it is sold at around £3 in Asda. good price if you can find one.
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that silly woman that posted that message that went viral about the minor ailments service is going to bankrupt the NHS. if you cant afford things like paracetamol and ibuprofen for your baby then perhaps you shouldn't be breeding.
Did they have any 6+? Find these really handy to keep in the car.
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Well yea children get free prescriptions, so instead of clogging up the doctor surgery when all is needed is calpol or sudocrem, it makes sense just to allow the pharmacy to give it to you free.
I agree 100% but not sure many people are aware of this.
So I take it you have to show some evidence of state benefit to qualify, ie jsa, housing or council tax benefits etc?


If you are entitled to free prescriptions (except in the case of being a minor), you are issued with a 'certificate' (which is actually a credit card sized piece off plastic with your details on it). The pharmacist would request to see that.
Pateo
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espirit77
Well yea children get free prescriptions, so instead of clogging up the doctor surgery when all is needed is calpol or sudocrem, it makes sense just to allow the pharmacy to give it to you free.
I agree 100% but not sure many people are aware of this.
So I take it you have to show some evidence of state benefit to qualify, ie jsa, housing or council tax benefits etc?
You could always ring and ask...
PAULTRD
espirit77
Well yea children get free prescriptions, so instead of clogging up the doctor surgery when all is needed is calpol or sudocrem, it makes sense just to allow the pharmacy to give it to you free.
I agree 100% but not sure many people are aware of this.
So I take it you have to show some evidence of state benefit to qualify, ie jsa, housing or council tax benefits etc?
LuisaidhAmunet
This is NOT only for children. I am a pharmacist, and can confirm that ANYONE who qualifies for free prescriptions can get these items on the scheme. It does depend whether or not your local area team (an NHS term meaning a group of pharmacies and GP surgeries in a particular Geographical area) is running this scheme. For instance Bedfordshire does not, but 5 miles down the road in Milton Keynes, they do.
So I take it you have to show some evidence of state benefit to qualify, ie jsa, housing or council tax benefits etc?
This is NOT only for children. I am a pharmacist, and can confirm that ANYONE who qualifies for free prescriptions can get these items on the scheme. It does depend whether or not your local area team (an NHS term meaning a group of pharmacies and GP surgeries in a particular Geographical area) is running this scheme. For instance Bedfordshire does not, but 5 miles down the road in Milton Keynes, they do.
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Calpol strawberry 12 x 5ml sachets £1.79 @ Lloyds pharmacy C&C

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Free on minor ailments scheme xx
out of stock
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Calpol 20 sachets for 50p @ Wilko instore

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I was in Wilkinson dunstable today and manged to pick up a box of 20 calpol sachets for 50p all in date don't go out till 2017 so bargain :)
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None in my local but good deal if you can get any.
MazingerZ
Great for drugging
did the mccanns tell you that ?
Great for drugging
Thanks great price heat added
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calpol deal also seen in the Manchester Arndale branch. x
Wooohooooo!!! Thankyou so much Leer for the update, bless you :)
Not a problem was planning to go in there on break anyway to see if I could spot any of the 10p gloves x
Ooh, i missed the gloves, hats and wellies in my local but i'm going to drag my daughter down tomorrow as a lot of the wrapping paper and gift bags have gone down to 25p, possibly less. Also some of the childrens stationery sets with kittens, puppies and Space Invaders designs were being marked down yesterday..............i'm becoming a compulsive shopper!!! xx :D
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Leer
calpol deal also seen in the Manchester Arndale branch. x
Wooohooooo!!! Thankyou so much Leer for the update, bless you :)
Not a problem was planning to go in there on break anyway to see if I could spot any of the 10p gloves x
RickyLake
Andover branch has also had this price up today. However now taken down in store. Looks like it was a price error that's been found out
Oh dear, i was told that it was a discontinued line and they were also available online last week for £1-50.......................madness, thanks for info RickyLake :)
Andover branch has also had this price up today. However now taken down in store. Looks like it was a price error that's been found out
Leer
calpol deal also seen in the Manchester Arndale branch. x
Wooohooooo!!! Thankyou so much Leer for the update, bless you :)
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Sorry if it's been posted before but this is a bargain. Calpol reduced from £3.70 to £2 in asda. I took the last 2 but they're restocking daily.
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Although the non branded can be bought for less then £2 as a normal price.

And is probably just as effective
This is still a deal as not everyone is eligible for minor ailment scheme or has access pharmacy first etc. for those that have to buy their paracetamol it's ok price.

Although the non branded can be bought for less then £2 as a normal price.
free in scotland for under 16s on the minor ailments scheme - wont be branded calpol but generic paracetamol, ibuprofen can also be given
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It's free from the chemist with a pharmacy first book

Not for everyone!!!!
sam25878
It's free from the chemist with a pharmacy first book
. ???
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I always check the active ingredient and end up buying the unbranded stuff, apart from in this case! I cannot argue with my 4 years old and 6 month old that the others taste horrible but saved me 50p. Heat.
Very good price but I'd pay what ever it takes to be fair! Its for my babies best interests! :)
sam1970
I always buy from Tesco but it is now £1.85 for 100ml !!! are you saying it is cheaper to get it from Tesco pharmacy than to buy it from Tesco shelf?

Yes it's cheaper from the pharmacy than from the shelf..
Your seriously that close to eviction?
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personally I'd happily pay £20 it would still be worth every penny it's amazing stuff and worth every penny, after all what price do you put on your children's health and happiness?

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totally agree with this.


£20? We'd be living in the street pretty soonish at that price. Worth it though! Der..
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calpol infant sugar free pain relief 2 + months was £3.70 now 50p @ sainsburys

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This is a very good bargain. Always helpful. I think it's even useful to have single servings available at hand just in case
Solarcreate
ironmanclive is either an Internet troll or is joking hopefully! If you admit to crushing up pills for your children I will seriously be contacting social services!

And then what? Get them to contact an 'ironmanclive'?
These are normally at a reduced price due to Use by date, good find though as no doubt you will need some for winter colds etc. heat added
ironmanclive is either an Internet troll or is joking hopefully! If you admit to crushing up pills for your children I will seriously be contacting social services!
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lucyannsmith
You wouldn't give Calpol to your child? It's one of leading pain relief paracetamol for babies and infants on the market.
There has been a lot of negative publicity about Paracetamol lately. Nothing proven, but possibly still best avoided where possible. Also a true bargaineer would just crush up the correct amount of a store-brand paracetomol tablet and dissolve in milk/juice rather than buy Calpol :)


Have you ever tried that? They don't dissolve and it tastes disgusting.
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Nurofen and Calpol for children reduced to £2.50 @ Tesco

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akodalikar Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago12 Comments
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Not all doctors prescribe calpol on prescription because its costs the NHS more than the £2 on the shelf price.

I buy it when it's on offer normally Aldi so always a handy deal for me when it posted
Don't know why people keep paying for this stuff when u can get it for nothing on minor ailments or the doctor
Never ceases to amaze me how some folks expect everything to be given to them on a plate gratis. Just imagine the satifaction in paying for your own child's Calpol. Well, I thought it was worth a try.
We don't have the minor ailment scheme where I am and our doctor would never prescribe calpol. never paid more than 2.00 a bottle though
Minor ailments scheme works in England too. Have never paid for either of these meds for my daughter.
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calpol 100ml £1.99 @ aldi from sep18

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prity Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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I purchased the 200ml from ASDA for £4.00

Edited By: MsChuple on Sep 11, 2014 22:05
You can you care of the chemist service for children over 12 months to get pain relief such as paracetamol and ibuprofen without having to see a GP which is also free. Yes I can and have purchased pain relief for my child but some people ain't so fortunate sadly
A doctors appointment costs the NHS £45, surely people can take responsibility for their own children and just buy some Calpol, I know this site is for people that like a good deal but you definitely do not need to make a doctors appointment to get your hands on some
Same thing but unbranded available on the free prescription service from the doctors... But for this price it saves the hassle of getting an appointment these days
Asda have been selling calpol and neurofen for £2 for a while now for anyone that doesn't shop at aldi, can be ordered with an online shop too :)
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Calpol Infant £2.00 at ASDA

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Calpol Infant 100ml suger free for £2. Did a search and usual price is £3. ASDA online and in store, also a couple of other suger free Calpol at same price. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
Calpol Infant 100ml suger free for £2. Did a search and usual price is £3. ASDA online and in store, also a couple of other suger free Calpol at same price. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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lauryloo1981
Have a teething baby and nearly out so must get a few bottles :)
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Ellie1977
Free on minor ailments or from doctor

Vast majority of GP's wont prescribe calpol and rightly so. No wonder it takes weeks to see a GP if neurotic parents are taking their kids for a script of this stuff.

That's why I go to my local chemist and it get free on minor ailments so I don't take up doctors time. I've never had a problem getting it prescribed for me and I've stocked up my bathroom cabinet with **** of this stuff
fluffytops
Went to get some calpol from asda today. It wasn't £2 it was £3. I brought their own brand for £1.60 having 2 babies and an older child it makes more sense as their own brand goes from 3 month - 12 years whereas calpol I would need 3month to 6yrs and a 6yrs + bottle.

Where did you bring it to?
OP, what's it free of?
Have a teething baby and nearly out so must get a few bottles :)
Ellie1977
Free on minor ailments or from doctor

Vast majority of GP's wont prescribe calpol and rightly so. No wonder it takes weeks to see a GP if neurotic parents are taking their kids for a script of this stuff.
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Free Johnson's baby wipes with Calpol £3.00 at Ocado

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Free Johnson's baby wipes with £3 Calpol. Calpol is hardly ever reduced so if you shop at Ocado and have a poorly baby then this is an added bonus!
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yep always calpol free from pharmacy 1st that's what it is called in bolton lol
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Ellie1977
Calpol free on minor ailments.
Johnson's wipes free in Emma packs.
I've got loads of each lol

You can't get calpol on minor ailments it's a black listed item if you have they've given you a freebie as the pharmacy can't claim it back

I've been getting it for the last few years on minor ailments, from two different chemists
they usually give it if the kids medicine is out of stock that the doctor would usually give on script so they give calpol and put it through as kids paracetamol instead
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Ellie1977
Calpol free on minor ailments.
Johnson's wipes free in Emma packs.
I've got loads of each lol

You can't get calpol on minor ailments it's a black listed item if you have they've given you a freebie as the pharmacy can't claim it back


I've been getting it for the last few years on minor ailments, from two different chemists
Ellie1977
Calpol free on minor ailments.
Johnson's wipes free in Emma packs.
I've got loads of each lol

You can't get calpol on minor ailments it's a black listed item if you have they've given you a freebie as the pharmacy can't claim it back
Calpol free on minor ailments.
Johnson's wipes free in Emma packs.
I've got loads of each lol