6 Month Supply of Cetirizine (Hayfever/Allergy tablets) - £4.99+ £2.95pp - Clear Chemist
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6 Month Supply of Cetirizine (Hayfever/Allergy tablets) - £4.99+ £2.95pp - Clear Chemist

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Found 18th Jun 2013
6 months supply of hayfever/anti-histamine tablets for £4.99 using voucher code CETONEJUNE6 - normal price of £51.00

Single packs also available for 99p using discount code CETONEJUNE

Post and packging is £2.95 (free delivery on orders over £35)

7% quidco cashback also available.

Cetirizine Antihistamine tablets offers you the opportunity to control your hayfever (allergic rhinitis) and provides you with symptom relief for your skin, dust or pet allergies. They are an excellent treatment for people suffering from hayfever (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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Don't forget postage?

and btw, hot deal - these are the BEST hayfever tablets. When I take them, my asthma goes, my hayfever is non-existant and my eczema stops itching. I live on these. Have already bought them at this price through Wowcher just the other week.

Nice one. My last lot from them just ran out. Had a look the other day but only saw the £51+ price.

Fresh 6 month batch ordered and heat from me.

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donslibi

and btw, hot deal - these are the BEST hayfever tablets. When I take … and btw, hot deal - these are the BEST hayfever tablets. When I take them, my asthma goes, my hayfever is non-existant and my eczema stops itching. I live on these. Have already bought them at this price through Wowcher just the other week.



I think this is the excess stock from wowcher and groupon deals.

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donslibi

Don't forget postage?

.... good point. Its says free delivery on the website but when I check out its £2.95. Will update post
Edited by: "cmrule" 18th Jun 2013

You can get these cheaper at pharmacyfirst.co.uk.
I always get mine there and they are really good.

What are the expiry on these? Will they last till next year?

Last time I bought a big batch (a years worth I think) from these guys, the expiry date on them was fine.

peteysmithis

You can get these cheaper at pharmacyfirst.co.uk.I always get mine there … You can get these cheaper at pharmacyfirst.co.uk.I always get mine there and they are really good.



You're right. But theres not a lot in it.

£7.94 for 6 months worth (delivered) from Clear.
£7.33 for 6 months worth (delivered) from PharmacyFirst.

sancheez

Last time I bought a big batch (a years worth I think) from these guys, … Last time I bought a big batch (a years worth I think) from these guys, the expiry date on them was fine.You're right. But theres not a lot in it.£7.94 for 6 months worth (delivered) from Clear.£7.33 for 6 months worth (delivered) from PharmacyFirst.



Shouldn't this deal be cold then and the other one posted instead?

£2.95 delivery

peteysmithis

Shouldn't this deal be cold then and the other one posted instead?



I guess so.

I already ordered from Clear before you posted though. But I can live with the 60p or so I lost out on and this is still a way better price than anywhere else I've found.

good deal as we are in england a 6 month supply will last around 10 years!

used to sell these in a chemist for 3quid each. worth going to small independent chemists if you have one around. say no to piriteze

Still cheaper to buy here:

pharmacyfirst.co.uk//me…tml

Not sure why this has got so hot, the price is good but by no means the best!

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peteysmithis

Not sure why this has got so hot, the price is good but by no means the … Not sure why this has got so hot, the price is good but by no means the best!



Because its still a saving of £46 perhaps?
Edited by: "cmrule" 18th Jun 2013

cmrule

Because its still a saving of £46 perhaps?



But the RRP is that of the branded tablets. The real price for these is normally about £3 in a pharmacy for generic ones. So the saving is good but not as good as they are making out it is!

Cheers op, ordered.

Worth using a chemist that does the NHS Minor Ailments if you have prepaid prescription or HC2 or other means of free prescriptions (like in Scotland its free for everyone)


Cetrizine can cause baldness, best using Loratadine as the hair loss is like 1% in USA Food and Drug Administration studies.


I got liver damage and hairloss on Singulair and Cetrizine, together or separate (for asthma/rhinitis) same effects just slightly worse solo with Singulair.


Edited by: "seaniboy" 11th Jul 2013

cheers, will try them already going bold and alcohol has knackered the liver so cant really go wrong.

Hot and ordered!

Hot . Free at the docs though .

I get very minor to no hay fever at all but take these to prevent mouth ulcers?. Not sure why they work but the best solution for ulcers

dbaillieuk

Hot . Free at the docs though .



How are they free?

cmrule

Because its still a saving of £46 perhaps?


That £51.00 figure is a bit misguided. Saying the generic has the same RRP as the branded just isn't right, even if they're [almost] the same.

6% caahback with Quisco with Pharmacy First and 7% with Clear Chemist

t3rm3y

cheers, will try them already going bold and alcohol has knackered the … cheers, will try them already going bold and alcohol has knackered the liver so cant really go wrong.



Glad to see you are being brave about it :-)

Edited by: "bluesntwos" 11th Jul 2013

These make me feel like Mick Jagger in the 70's ZZzzz ,far out man.

COLD!! You can get them for free from the doctor/pharmacy

cheers, running low on a batch I bought last year, these will do nicely!

Always handy to have at home, office, car etc

kiddo101

COLD!! You can get them for free from the doctor/pharmacy



Free? How?

Cold, less than £6 for a 6 month supply through an Amazon seller here

Posted on HUKD here
Edited by: "pikachu12" 11th Jul 2013

donslibi

Free? How?


Free if you live in Wales. We don't pay for prescriptions


Edited by: "gooscymru" 11th Jul 2013

gooscymru

Free if you live in Wales. We don't pay for prescriptions



alright for some! its almost £8 a pop here now

Wouldn't it be 9p cheaper to get it on prescription in England?

Thankfully free here in Scotland! Wooh!

donslibi

How are they free?

In Scotland , i should have said .

I wouldn't use this website. Its the first site i have used for about a month as i normally go through paypal and within an hour i have fraud on my account and now I'm having to claim money and stuff back of the bank. BE CAREFUL. I am assuming here but as said, i haven't used this card else where for a good month.

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mcuk

That £51.00 figure is a bit misguided. Saying the generic has the same … That £51.00 figure is a bit misguided. Saying the generic has the same RRP as the branded just isn't right, even if they're [almost] the same.



They were selling at £51 before the deal and still are without the deal code. I agree that would be overpriced though!

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bluedhu

Wouldn't it be 9p cheaper to get it on prescription in England?Thankfully … Wouldn't it be 9p cheaper to get it on prescription in England?Thankfully free here in Scotland! Wooh!



You would be lucky to get 6 months supply on prescription.

Banned

Cheaper at pharmacykwik, just seen it now. they have cheap intellicigs as well.
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