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£2.75 for 120 hay fever tablets @ Pharmacyfirst
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£2.75 for 120 hay fever tablets @ Pharmacyfirst

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Posted 18th Mar

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Found via Martin Lewis email.

Free delivery.
9.6% cashback via Quidco.

NHS description:
Cetirizine is an antihistamine medicine that relieves the symptoms of allergies.
It's used to treat conditions such as hay fever, conjunctivitis and eczema.
It comes as tablets, capsules or a liquid.
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Glaesgae18/03/2020 12:09

Do these get rid of Covid-19?

Nope but it would stop people sneezing and spreading it
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Do these get rid of Covid-19?
Glaesgae18/03/2020 12:09

Do these get rid of Covid-19?

Nope but it would stop people sneezing and spreading it
Normally buy a years supply (360) for under £6.These are a great buy for anyone with Hay fever as they would probably only need 4 months supply. The brand illustrated is the same the NHS use so must be good.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 18th Mar
Glaesgae18/03/2020 12:09

Do these get rid of Covid-19?


No but if you suffer from allergies they are recommending you take these even if you don’t have any allergy symptoms to build up the effect. Clearly I’m no expert, just repeating what I’ve read.
Are these any good for my colleagues working from home that are allergic to work?
yorkie1218/03/2020 12:19

Normally buy a years supply (360) for under £6.These are a great buy for …Normally buy a years supply (360) for under £6.These are a great buy for anyone with Hay fever as they would probably only need 4 months supply. The brand illustrated is the same the NHS use so must be good.


Pretty sure it'll be the other way around... the NHS use them because they're the cheapest out there.

I've been using these for my hayfever this year. I get it early, ie now. They've stopped my eyes from itching but not helped at all with the sneezing or nose streaming. Guess they will affect everyone differently though.
Spitroast200618/03/2020 13:27

Pretty sure it'll be the other way around... the NHS use them because …Pretty sure it'll be the other way around... the NHS use them because they're the cheapest out there.I've been using these for my hayfever this year. I get it early, ie now. They've stopped my eyes from itching but not helped at all with the sneezing or nose streaming. Guess they will affect everyone differently though.



(Disclaimer: I am not a doctor/pharmacist/medic)

It may be worth trying other ones - look for these active ingredients (example brand names in brackets*):

NON-DROWSY - Cetirizine (as per this deal / Zirtek / Benadryl); Loratadine (Claratyn)

DROWSY - Chlorphenamine (Piriton); Promethazine (Phenergan)

You could try each of them/a combination to see which is most effective for you (although check possible side-effects).

There are also many more antihistamine active ingredients, but they generally tend to be prescription-only.

*price: Branded (Zirtek, etc.)>own brand (Boots, etc.)>generic version (online - use a reputable seller!)
Edited by: "Eotris" 18th Mar
Get these every year, they usually do the other ones as well if you prefer Piraton.
Just got a 4 month pack of these and a 12 month pack of the loratadine, with that TCB offer the other day so got a massive box of stuff for about a tenner... couldn't even beat that going to Wilkos or Poundland/world/stretcher/whatever...
Damnit, I paid £2.76 like 3 days ago at chemists4u
Hay fever should be the last concern in respect of COVID virus.
georgesvalch19/03/2020 09:10

Hay fever should be the last concern in respect of COVID virus.


Very shallow minded.

Whilst hayfever doesn’t come close to the severity of what we’re currently facing globally, taking hayfever medication for those with pollen allergies may well reduce sneezing, runny noses etc, which in turn could help reduce the risk of spreading Coronavirus.
georgesvalch19/03/2020 09:10

Hay fever should be the last concern in respect of COVID virus.


Pretty sure hay fever still affects people despite COVID-19 being around but thanks for your valuable input
Ordered. Thanks OP
Im seeing price as £3.95
vickyboy12319/03/2020 11:57

Im seeing price as £3.95


Sorry yes, it looks like the price has now gone up.
40138213-eZWOM.jpgThis is my first ever post, so do I need to expire this deal or do something else?
Anyone had an order confirmation email? Nothing here since the order was placed.
theshabster19/03/2020 13:23

Anyone had an order confirmation email? Nothing here since the order was …Anyone had an order confirmation email? Nothing here since the order was placed.


Actually no, but my Quidco has tracked, hmmmmm.
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cmsimc19/03/2020 13:38

Actually no, but my Quidco has tracked, hmmmmm.[Image]


Just had my email confirmation
georgesvalch19/03/2020 09:10

Hay fever should be the last concern in respect of COVID virus.

So I should sneeze 20 times a day and be miserable with the other symptoms because....?
Mine arrived today. Think I’ve been sent two lots by mistake!
Mine arrived today ;-)
Just bought some now, not expired
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