Beconase Hayfever Nasal Spray For Adults 100 Doses @ Sainsburys £5.75 BOGOF (instore and online)
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Beconase Hayfever Nasal Spray For Adults 100 Doses @ Sainsburys £5.75 BOGOF (instore and online)

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Found 1st Apr 2013
One benefit of this cold weather - full on hayfever season has been delayed a bit....found this deal - hope it helps my fellow sufferers! Available in Tescos and Sainsburys instore and online - Beconase Hayfever Nasal Spray For Adults 100 Doses buy one get one free for £5.75 - works out as £2.88 per bottle (even cheaper if you have a threshold spend voucher and like me you stock up - I got mine from Tesco and the expiry date is Feb 2015). Tesco deal runs until 08/04/13 and I think Sainsburys have it on offer until 09/04/13.

Update: Sainsburys BOGOF deal extended until 30/04/13 (Tesco deal expired).

sainsburys.co.uk/gro…jsp

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great thanks! I have to use this stuff all the time and it is expensive in Boots.

I get the generic Beclometasone spray through Chemist-4-U.com. They cost £2.99 for the 200 dose spray. People will say don't buy drugs off the internet but I've ordered from these people several times and they always deliver quickly and in my experience, this stuff is every bit as good as Beconase. Their generic Piriton tablets, at 69p for 28, are also very cheap. If you stock up for the summer season and can get your order above £20, postage is free.

Here's the link for the spray...

chemist-4-u.com/Bec…tml

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Joe90_guy

I get the generic Beclometasone spray through Chemist-4-U.com. They cost … I get the generic Beclometasone spray through Chemist-4-U.com. They cost £2.99 for the 200 dose spray. People will say don't buy drugs off the internet but I've ordered from these people several times and they always deliver quickly and in my experience, this stuff is every bit as good as Beconase. Their generic Piriton tablets, at 69p for 28, are also very cheap. If you stock up for the summer season and can get your order above £20, postage is free.Here's the link for the spray...http://www.chemist-4-u.com/Beclometasone-Hayfever-Relief-Nasal-Spray-200-Dose-P.html



Been thinking about the online generic route too (like joesmum I use it on and off throughout the year and it is expensive) but as you say you have to spend more than £20 for the free postage (for a product that you might not get on with). I appreciate 'generic' is just that (i.e. in theory the same) but in my own experience I have personally found that Beconase works better for me than a generic equivalent I have bought in my local chemist.

Thanks for the link - the choice is there for our fellow HUKD'ers.

Also might be worth thinking about Prevalin Allergy spray .I use both but Prevalin is £1 in poundland just now!!! £10 in boots

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mac1611

Also might be worth thinking about Prevalin Allergy spray .I use both but … Also might be worth thinking about Prevalin Allergy spray .I use both but Prevalin is £1 in poundland just now!!! £10 in boots



For that price will give it a go (any reason it's been knocked down to £1....short expiry?).

Peruse42

For that price will give it a go (any reason it's been knocked down to … For that price will give it a go (any reason it's been knocked down to £1....short expiry?).

expiry 09/13 so will get through the season lol
Edited by: "mac1611" 1st Apr 2013

Damn! Had me excited there

I thought it was this -

http://media.harveynichols.com/catalog/product/cache/1/image/900x/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/3/6/368628_1.jpg

mac1611

Also might be worth thinking about Prevalin Allergy spray .I use both but … Also might be worth thinking about Prevalin Allergy spray .I use both but Prevalin is £1 in poundland just now!!! £10 in boots



I got some of this today in Poundland, was really pleased as no Beconase in my Tesco (only Sudafed and that is available at Home Bargains for around £3).

Original Poster

joeyjo

Damn! Had me excited there :(I thought it was this -



......don't try putting that up your nose!!

for 72p more per item you can have this: hotukdeals.com/dea…927

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joesmum

I got some of this today in Poundland, was really pleased as no Beconase … I got some of this today in Poundland, was really pleased as no Beconase in my Tesco (only Sudafed and that is available at Home Bargains for around £3).



maybe be worth posting a separate deal or unexpiring this one?
hotukdeals.com/dea…941
Edited by: "Peruse42" 2nd Apr 2013

Peruse42

maybe be worth posting a separate deal or unexpiring this … maybe be worth posting a separate deal or unexpiring this one?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/prevalin-allergy-spray-1-poundland-1485941

I would but I dont know how to enexpire deal .Anyone help?

just dont buy anything with OXYMETAZOLINE in as it causes rebound and actually ends up blocking your nose !!!
and in my case ended up in hospital with an operation!!!

ive no idea what prevalin has in it?

be warned!!

Side-effects and special considerations
Rebound congestion

It is recommended that oxymetazoline not be used for more than three days, as rebound congestion, or rhinitis medicamentosa, may occur.[9] Patients who continue to use oxymetazoline beyond this point may become reliant on the medication to relieve their chronic congestion.
Effects of benzalkonium chloride

Some studies have found that benzalkonium chloride, a common additive to oxymetazoline nasal sprays, may damage nasal epithelia and exacerbate rhinitis medicamentosa. However, the majority of studies find benzalkonium chloride to be a safe preservative.[10]

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peterdarlison

just dont buy anything with OXYMETAZOLINE in as it causes rebound and … just dont buy anything with OXYMETAZOLINE in as it causes rebound and actually ends up blocking your nose !!!and in my case ended up in hospital with an operation!!! ive no idea what prevalin has in it?be warned!!



As far as I can tell (someone more qualified can elaborate), in a nutshell Prevalin does not contain any active ingredients....it works by creating a barrier on the lining of the nose to stop pollen getting through. Beconase on the other hand contains an active ingredient (beclometasone dipropionate) and is a type of steroid and should be used more carefully - it works by decreasing inflammation of the nasal passages.

Peruse42

As far as I can tell (someone more qualified can elaborate), in a … As far as I can tell (someone more qualified can elaborate), in a nutshell Prevalin does not contain any active ingredients....it works by creating a barrier on the lining of the nose to stop pollen getting through. Beconase on the other hand contains an active ingredient (beclometasone dipropionate) and is a type of steroid and should be used more carefully - it works by decreasing inflammation of the nasal passages.


i dont disagree but sudafed is oxymetazoline so be careful

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The offer has expired online at Tesco but seems to have been extended online at Sainsburys - now available until 30/04/13 (think this may be the same instore but unable to to confirm at the moment).

The link seems to be playing up - manually search for beconase.

sainsburys.co.uk/gro…jsp

Joe90_guy

I get the generic Beclometasone spray through Chemist-4-U.com. They cost … I get the generic Beclometasone spray through Chemist-4-U.com. They cost £2.99 for the 200 dose spray. People will say don't buy drugs off the internet but I've ordered from these people several times and they always deliver quickly and in my experience, this stuff is every bit as good as Beconase. Their generic Piriton tablets, at 69p for 28, are also very cheap. If you stock up for the summer season and can get your order above £20, postage is free.Here's the link for the spray...http://www.chemist-4-u.com/Beclometasone-Hayfever-Relief-Nasal-Spray-200-Dose-P.html



Cheers, have ordered a couple along with the tablets too, see how they go :-)
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