12 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets  £7.79 + £3.19 P&P @ Pharmacyfirst
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12 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets £7.79 + £3.19 P&P @ Pharmacyfirst

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Found 19th Jan 2014
12 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets for £10.98 from Pharmacy First

£7.79 + £3.19 P&P = £10.98 + possible 6.3% TCB or 6% QUIDCO so potentially £10.28 for a years supply making it 86p per month.

For £3.19 postage make sure you change delivery to 2nd class at the checkout.

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Cetirizine 10mg antihistamine tablets are an excellent treatment for people suffering from hay fever (seasonal allergic rhinitis), perennial allergic rhinitis (a similar condition to hay fever caused by allergies, that continues throughout the year) and urticaria (swelling, redness and itchiness of the skin)

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Banned

12 month supply?? We get a weeks summer at best, so is it 7 days worth?

Yes bulkomuff a 12 month supply..
As the op posted in the description some allergies continue throughout the year with some people...
And this is an excellent price in my opionion. Voted hot, cheers op.

Sent in 2 seperate packages of 6.

Looks like 30 per pack, so 360 10mg tablets.

Pretty good if that's the case

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matthew_legend

Yes bulkomuff a 12 month supply.. As the op posted in the description … Yes bulkomuff a 12 month supply.. As the op posted in the description some allergies continue throughout the year with some people... And this is an excellent price in my opionion. Voted hot, cheers op.



Yea for someone like me who takes these daily but doesn't qualify for free prescription it saves loads being £7.85 per box off the NHS so a saving of £83.22 a year

I buy these from there and can vouch for the authenticity.

Darwa

I buy these from there and can vouch for the authenticity.

Same here. Have to take them all year round unfortunately. Though I paid £9.48 last month.

buddhabelly

Same here. Have to take them all year round unfortunately. Though I paid … Same here. Have to take them all year round unfortunately. Though I paid £9.48 last month.



Same here with the all-year part mate. I paid £8.32 in September and £12.27 in October 2012, so I guess it varies quite a bit. Much cheaper than Boots/NHS though

Just ordered and chose the 1st class delivery for 30p more, as I needed them fstaer. Thanks

not to be sniffed at, ta

You can get these from Tesco for like 30p a pack I swear... Still not a bad deal delivered!

edwardlau88

Yea for someone like me who takes these daily but doesn't qualify for … Yea for someone like me who takes these daily but doesn't qualify for free prescription it saves loads being £7.85 per box off the NHS so a saving of £83.22 a year



No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a hypochondriac or you are living with a cat or something you are very very very allergic to.

I get these on prescription (and have a pre-payment card so sort of free). Zirtek, as I understand it, have never allowed a generic make before now. They're the only one which works for me and I have to take them 365 days a year.

Ask your doctor if you're going there anyway, otherwise, hot.

ciarandanielbyrne1

No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a … No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a hypochondriac or you are living with a cat or something you are very very very allergic to.



What an ignoramus. I take them every day as I have a medical condition which makes me hypersensitive to allergens (also heat/light/textures etc). And it's not hypochondria. Don't be so ignorant.

mattturner756

You can get these from Tesco for like 30p a pack I swear... Still not a … You can get these from Tesco for like 30p a pack I swear... Still not a bad deal delivered!



No you can't. That was easy

squiff

I get these on prescription (and have a pre-payment card so sort of … I get these on prescription (and have a pre-payment card so sort of free). Zirtek, as I understand it, have never allowed a generic make before now. They're the only one which works for me and I have to take them 365 days a year.Ask your doctor if you're going there anyway, otherwise, hot.



I've been buying generic cetirizine and loratadine for years. This deal is a bargain but still got plenty from the last huge batch I bought.

ClearChemist, are doing a year's supply for £10.68 delivered. Both times I've ordered from them the tablets were Bristol Labs, the exact kind the NHS buys for entirely too much money.

ciarandanielbyrne1

No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a … No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a hypochondriac or you are living with a cat or something you are very very very allergic to.



I also take take them daily for an allergy and whats more they are free on the NHS in Scotland. So dont be so quick with your generalisation. OP heat added by the way

I am a Gp no one takes them daily no way I would refer you to the ENT

I have taken them daily for years

ciarandanielbyrne1

I am a Gp no one takes them daily no way I would refer you to the ENT



Don't talk bovine faeces. I'm under an ENT specialist and taking these daily on the advice of the ENT consultant AND my GP. It's illegal to pose as a doctor when you're not one and you're clearly not.

ciarandanielbyrne1

I am a Gp no one takes them daily no way I would refer you to the ENT



Why would I go to ENT for a skin allergy, in your expert opinion Doctor?

BigDaveo

Why would I go to ENT for a skin allergy, in your expert opinion Doctor?



It's not a doctor and I have reported them. I'd appreciate you doing the same.

bulkomuff

12 month supply?? We get a weeks summer at best, so is it 7 days worth?


These are for more than just hayfever...

I work in a pharmacy and cost price of these are around 24p. Can't see anywhere selling them cheaper than the price listed here through voted hot

Also it's quite common for people to have to take these all year round, not everyone is taking them for seasonal allergic rhinitis.

squiff

What an ignoramus. I take them every day as I have a medical condition … What an ignoramus. I take them every day as I have a medical condition which makes me hypersensitive to allergens (also heat/light/textures etc). And it's not hypochondria. Don't be so ignorant.



With you 100%.

ciarandanielbyrne1

No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a … No way you take these every day of the year mate. If you do your either a hypochondriac or you are living with a cat or something you are very very very allergic to.



Are you really that much of an idiot?

squiff

Don't talk bovine faeces. I'm under an ENT specialist and taking these … Don't talk bovine faeces. I'm under an ENT specialist and taking these daily on the advice of the ENT consultant AND my GP. It's illegal to pose as a doctor when you're not one and you're clearly not.



Also pretty sure a Doctor would have a better grasp of basic English and grammar, than this idiot

i bought 1pack off amazon-1,12 per 30piece pack-not that hot.
Edited by: "m1chau" 20th Jan 2014

Ordered, I usually pay about 90p-£1 for a pack of 14 so this should save me quite a bit and should last a while too. My son and I do use them all year round but don't need them daily

I bought these last summer and took them every day. When I decided hayfever had passed, I stopped taking them, but the 3 days laters started itching all over. So I took another one and it went away. 2 or 3 days later I had to take another one. And now I am still taking them every 2 or 3 days.

So it would seem I developed an allergy throughout the summer, but this was masked by the fact I was taking these. First thing I considered was a change in washing powder (we changed to Fairy), so have now changed to Aeriel. Still itching like mad after 2 or 3 days - so annoying.

thanks

Ah we have a GP on the site.. Fantastic.. Doc, could you google me a few symptoms while in sit in the chair opposite you?

Great deal btw, I use these for the most part of the year.

admando

I bought these last summer and took them every day. When I decided … I bought these last summer and took them every day. When I decided hayfever had passed, I stopped taking them, but the 3 days laters started itching all over. So I took another one and it went away. 2 or 3 days later I had to take another one. And now I am still taking them every 2 or 3 days.So it would seem I developed an allergy throughout the summer, but this was masked by the fact I was taking these. First thing I considered was a change in washing powder (we changed to Fairy), so have now changed to Aeriel. Still itching like mad after 2 or 3 days - so annoying.


I'd strongly suggest trying something like Greenscents:
amazon.co.uk/Gre…TFU

Or soapnuts:
amazon.co.uk/Sal…uts

In case it is the enzymes, detergents, preservatives, or other stuff that is included in commercial washing powders.

admando

I bought these last summer and took them every day. When I decided … I bought these last summer and took them every day. When I decided hayfever had passed, I stopped taking them, but the 3 days laters started itching all over. So I took another one and it went away. 2 or 3 days later I had to take another one. And now I am still taking them every 2 or 3 days.So it would seem I developed an allergy throughout the summer, but this was masked by the fact I was taking these. First thing I considered was a change in washing powder (we changed to Fairy), so have now changed to Aeriel. Still itching like mad after 2 or 3 days - so annoying.



Have a word with your GP (not the liar in this thread) about this as it's possible that you've developed a slight dependency. It's nothing to worry about, but they'll suggest the best way for you to 'wean' yourself.

bought these and you can get free P&P if you order quite a few making it a better deal. 6 loads = £46.74 for 2160 tablets making it 22p a tab and I don't have to bother ordering them for a while, only worry is there a use by date....

Darwa

Have a word with your GP (not the liar in this thread) about this as it's … Have a word with your GP (not the liar in this thread) about this as it's possible that you've developed a slight dependency. It's nothing to worry about, but they'll suggest the best way for you to 'wean' yourself.



I have my second appointment tomorrow so will put that idea forward and see what he says. I was also going to suggest a skin **** test?

I personally get more luck with loratidine, try both before you get this amount of either to make sure they work for you and you don't waste money
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