Asda children's paracetamol suspension 100ml only £1
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Asda children's paracetamol suspension 100ml only £1

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Found 21st Apr 2015
Asda's own brand of kids paracetamol/calpol only £1

Yes it's not as nice as the actual brand but for a pound it's okay for a back up when you're out of the real thing.

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or free on minor ailments. ..

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mattinhull

or free on minor ailments. ..




Not where I live. And what's the point of getting it on the NHS even if you can when its only a pound.

Good find op, but is this the 1 month plus or over 6, I can't see from the photo. Thank you

coolcat21

Good find op, but is this the 1 month plus or over 6, I can't see from … Good find op, but is this the 1 month plus or over 6, I can't see from the photo. Thank you

its 3+ months paracetamol should not be given to a one month old unless under doctors advice

not bad

I pay my stamp so I'll get it for free thanks.

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blackberry786

CommentNot where I live. And what's the point of getting it on the NHS … CommentNot where I live. And what's the point of getting it on the NHS even if you can when its only a pound.



I get it on minor ailments. Saves me a £1. Every little helps

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cliff0796

I pay my stamp so I'll get it for free thanks.



Great attitude, that's why we'll lose it

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cliff0796

I pay my stamp so I'll get it for free thanks.




We all pay taxes. But I just think if we can buy something quite cheap then there's no point in adding to the NHS bill, which is already struggling and paracetamol is easily available for low prices, the money the NHS could save on people claiming minor medicines could be contributed towards serious illnesses research or treatments like cancer....

Having read the comments I thought I'd share my opinions on this. I agree with most people that getting a prescription for something as cheap as calpol seems ridiculous, however if you're at the doctors anyway why not since in most people's cases you've "paid in". However wasting doctors time if you know calpol is all that is needed is wrong. What's really annoying people here and at the root of the problem is the number of unemployed people, some of which are fit and healthy but aren't working and get everything given to them for free. If you're reading this, fit healthy and choosing not to to work and in receipt of benefits please get off your **** and do something as about it.

blackberry786

We all pay taxes. But I just think if we can buy something quite cheap … We all pay taxes. But I just think if we can buy something quite cheap then there's no point in adding to the NHS bill, which is already struggling and paracetamol is easily available for low prices, the money the NHS could save on people claiming minor medicines could be contributed towards serious illnesses research or treatments like cancer....



Shame the NHS fat cats that earned (or should I say stole) pay rises or bonuses while front line staff didn't - thought like this, staff morale would be higher and just maybe.... they wouldn't be in such a mess.

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frugalmcdougall

Having read the comments I thought I'd share my opinions on this. I agree … Having read the comments I thought I'd share my opinions on this. I agree with most people that getting a prescription for something as cheap as calpol seems ridiculous, however if you're at the doctors anyway why not since in most people's cases you've "paid in". However wasting doctors time if you know calpol is all that is needed is wrong. What's really annoying people here and at the root of the problem is the number of unemployed people, some of which are fit and healthy but aren't working and get everything given to them for free. If you're reading this, fit healthy and choosing not to to work and in receipt of benefits please get off your **** and do something as about it.



here here well said

I pay my stamp, and work in the nhs, but can't get it free on minor ailments because I'm not on any benefits. so "my stamp" and my taxes pay for all those getting it free and a lot of those benefits too. But even with my three children under 5 I still wouldn't ask for something like that for free. It's not a prescription item and freely available to buy very cheaply. If people are daft enough to pay for more expensive Calpol which is just a brand name for exactly the same drug....more fool them. Anyway, rant over....heat from me for this deal x

This asda stuff actually tastes better than the more expensive calpol.
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