3x12 75mg Ranitidine tablets (Zantac) tablets with free delivery £6.49. @ Pharmacyfirst
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3x12 75mg Ranitidine tablets (Zantac) tablets with free delivery £6.49. @ Pharmacyfirst

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Found 20th Aug 2013
Was looking for some holiday essentials when I saw this little peach. Great price as it includes the postage. Seems to be a generic Zantac which I always travel with just in case.

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It's only £1 for 12 in tesco

tesco.com/gro…845
Edited by: "renderman" 20th Aug 2013

Original Poster

Is that with free postage too?

Yes, you walk into the store and buy them

£1 is the going rate for generics. I think either HB or B&M does it for 79p.

You can get Ranitidine Tablets in the 99p shop.

These are generic - they are not Zantac.

Same active ingredient. There's no difference between Zantac and Generic Ranitidine,
Also £1 in Sainsburys.

Aldi are charging 79p for ranitidine.

hal_9000

There's no difference between Zantac and Generic Ranitidine,.



Except the price.

spraint

£1 is the going rate for generics. I think either HB or B&M does it for … £1 is the going rate for generics. I think either HB or B&M does it for 79p.

yes they charge 79p for same so this is cold.

Surely you can save the 79p and just drink the glass of water - I'm sure there has been enough studies now suggesting that Zantac has even less efficacy than a placebo (though GSK do have a good marketing division). This crap was the only "treatment" for peptic ulcers for a decade despite researchers maintaining that the ulcers were caused by bacterial infections and could be treated with antibiotics. The main voice of opposition that stopped the research being taken seriously for all that time? GSK.

They work.

Beano007

Surely you can save the 79p and just drink the glass of water - I'm sure … Surely you can save the 79p and just drink the glass of water - I'm sure there has been enough studies now suggesting that Zantac has even less efficacy than a placebo (though GSK do have a good marketing division). This crap was the only "treatment" for peptic ulcers for a decade despite researchers maintaining that the ulcers were caused by bacterial infections and could be treated with antibiotics. The main voice of opposition that stopped the research being taken seriously for all that time? GSK.



Dunno about that. My GP told me to take one daily when I was prescribed NSAIDs recently for back pain as they were meant to prevent ulcers caused by the NSAIDs.
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