180 Hayfever tablets - Loratadine (AKA Clarityn) only £3.91 delivered with code chemistdirect
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180 Hayfever tablets - Loratadine (AKA Clarityn) only £3.91 delivered with code chemistdirect

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Found 6th May 2016
6 months supply for under £4. To get free delivery use code 3FREEDEL16.
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ordered thanks
They are 2 different types of hay-fever tablets any know which is better
ssjinzo

They are 2 different types of hay-fever tablets any know which is better


I prefer Loratadine. I've tried the other main type (cetizirine) but they make me drowsy. But it's horses for courses really - you'll need to try them and see whichworks best for you.
ordered. many thanks
Ordered, thanks
cheers!

ordered
Many thanks.Ordered!
Thank you
Stimmt

I prefer Loratadine. I've tried the other main type (cetizirine) but they … I prefer Loratadine. I've tried the other main type (cetizirine) but they make me drowsy. But it's horses for courses really - you'll need to try them and see whichworks best for you.



​I agree. I find that loratadine don't work for me but citrizine do.
Thanks OP, I usually end up stuck in the middle of nowhere without any and end up paying £4-5 for about 30.

Great deal
About as useful as a one legged man in a bum kicking contest for me but great price if it works for you.
Thank you!
Thank you op ordered
Thanks OP - they also sell Cetirizine for the same price (http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/allergy-hayfever-relief-tablets-zirtek-equivalent-x-6/prd-s04) if anyone prefers them....
Great deal, been meaning to pick up some Loratdine, free delivery is a nice bonus!
Nice1 OP! Ordered
ssjinzo

They are 2 different types of hay-fever tablets any know which is better



I find cetirizine works better but its makes me very lethargic. This doesnt, isn't as effective but helps. but its very subjective I think, best to try both and see
So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the same but with the brand? (and the price tag?)
great find, thank you op, ordered!
Goose522

So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the … So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the same but with the brand? (and the price tag?)



Yep.
Absolutely right
Free delivery not valid for me...

**Edit - the site came up with a warning saying the code was not valid for this item, but it HAD actually applied**

Cheers OP :-)
Edited by: "ryan2" 6th May 2016
Does anyone know how this price compares to Home Bargains as I know that they sell cheap Loratadine and Cetirizine tablets too.....although not sure on the pack sizes?!
donkeyrhubarb

Does anyone know how this price compares to Home Bargains as I know that … Does anyone know how this price compares to Home Bargains as I know that they sell cheap Loratadine and Cetirizine tablets too.....although not sure on the pack sizes?!



​HB are 14 for 79p
eternald

​I agree. I find that loratadine don't work for me but citrizine do.



and it's the other way round for me. So yes, it completely depends on your physiology.
ssjinzo

They are 2 different types of hay-fever tablets any know which is better



As mentioned by someone else, the active ingredient works differently on everyone. You will need to try each one and find out which works for you.
Thanks! I'm just running out!
Thank you, this reminded me that I needed to get some of these in.
For what it's worth, Fexofenadine works for me. Someone on here recommended them to me, completely improved my summers so thank you. Tried everything else to no avail.
An offer not to be sneezed at.
Quidco are also offering 4% cashback
Great value, I try to take them every other day during Hayfever season as I heard that using them too regularly can make the effect lessen, how true that is I don't know though.
Goose522

So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the … So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the same but with the brand? (and the price tag?)



Yes, the branded stuff is a rip off!
davidbrent

For what it's worth, Fexofenadine works for me. Someone on here … For what it's worth, Fexofenadine works for me. Someone on here recommended them to me, completely improved my summers so thank you. Tried everything else to no avail.



ive been meaning to try those, but those cant be store bought right? i would need a prescription for them?
davidbrent

For what it's worth, Fexofenadine works for me. Someone on here … For what it's worth, Fexofenadine works for me. Someone on here recommended them to me, completely improved my summers so thank you. Tried everything else to no avail.



​I've never heard of that so I'll look it up. Thanks for the tip!

Normally for me, Acrivastine (Benadryl) is my go-to. It's about as effective as cetirizine but not drowzy... It's also quite pricey because of the brand!
**** - paid almost £8 for the same off EBay last week
Thanks. Ordered the cetizirine.
duckative

ive been meaning to try those, but those cant be store bought right? i … ive been meaning to try those, but those cant be store bought right? i would need a prescription for them?



Cheaper to get them on prescription but I tried them initially via the online Lloyd's pharmacy service. They are certainly more expensive than the deals you see on here but you can't put a price on the relief they give me.
Dude1971

Yes, the branded stuff is a rip off!



amazing how many people buy the branded stuff when the generic is made in the same place by the same people and is normally a lot cheaper .16p paracetamol are the same as £2.16 p paracetamol don't waste your dosh .
6 months supply for 5 days of summer.
Goose522

So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the … So far I've only ever bought the branded stuff - Is this basically the same but with the brand? (and the price tag?)



I bought some from chemistdirect a month ago and got these:
http://www.deliveringpharmacy.com/prodimages/527-1.jpg
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