Cetirizine 4 months supply (4 x 30) £2.79 with Free Delivery @ PharmacyFirst
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Cetirizine 4 months supply (4 x 30) £2.79 with Free Delivery @ PharmacyFirst

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Found 17th Mar 2017
It's that time of the year when you think you've got a cold when in fact it's Hay Fever and you've run out of stock for tablets.

Use discount code FREEDELIVERY at checkout.

There's 6% Quidco cashback.

Note: The free delivery code is only for certain items, adding other items you will have to pay for delivery
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Free delivery not working for me! Is it dependent on a minimum spend?
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tootsie215

Free delivery not working for me! Is it dependent on a minimum spend?



Select 2nd class delivery at the end, that will show £0.00. Just make sure to use "FREEDELIVERY" without the quotes at checkout
pman12

Select 2nd class delivery at the end, that will show £0.00. Just make … Select 2nd class delivery at the end, that will show £0.00. Just make sure to use "FREEDELIVERY" without the quotes at checkout


You have to enter the code FREEDELIVERY prior to checkout. When you get to your shopping bag, there will be an area for discount codes. Enter it there and click apply coupon.
Edited by: "dannydaman9" 17th Mar 2017
ordered , last time I bought these was about 5 years ago and I bought far far too many (like 30 odd boxes or something) as they were about 20p a box.
The use by date was 2014 but I used them last year just fine. If the pollen count was particularly bad I'd take one at night and one in the morning rather than the 1 a day it advises.
Did the job perfectly and probably would still be okay for this year but at this price I can afford to throw away my 9 remaining boxes and replace with new stock , happy days

Thanks OP , Heat added
TCB tracked almost immediately at 17p so £2.62 delivered , result
Cheers OP, my current packs are a year or so out of date
I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol
PointDex

I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I … I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol



​Well you haven't got hay fever!!
They also have Loratadine 4x30 tablets for £2.59
Ordered. Thanks OP
Got some thanks don't for get top cash back
rooney10

ordered , last time I bought these was about 5 years ago and I bought far … ordered , last time I bought these was about 5 years ago and I bought far far too many (like 30 odd boxes or something) as they were about 20p a box. The use by date was 2014 but I used them last year just fine. If the pollen count was particularly bad I'd take one at night and one in the morning rather than the 1 a day it advises.Did the job perfectly and probably would still be okay for this year but at this price I can afford to throw away my 9 remaining boxes and replace with new stock , happy days ;)Thanks OP , Heat added



Ordered, thanks OP...just wanted to comment, rooney10 - free country/world and all that - but out of date meds of some kinds are seriously risky. I'm happy to buy food from the reduced section, for example, but 3 year old pills? not worth it
Great find, cheers
Thanks ordered 2 lots for the 2 days of summer we'll have!
i8compooterz

They also have Loratadine 4x30 tablets for £2.59



BETTER!, hehehe. :-)

?

But saying that, does it also include the OP's above stated free delivery though?, or ..... lol.
zetecrob

Thanks ordered 2 lots for the 2 days of summer we'll have!



No kidding!, hahahahahaha.
was £56.80? were these lined with crack?

thanks op
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Thx op
PointDex

I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I … I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol



​Sounds like you may have Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst (ACHOO) Syndrome!
AlarApprentice

Ordered, thanks OP...just wanted to comment, rooney10 - free … Ordered, thanks OP...just wanted to comment, rooney10 - free country/world and all that - but out of date meds of some kinds are seriously risky. I'm happy to buy food from the reduced section, for example, but 3 year old pills? not worth it



​ They are not seriously risky, most of the time the expiry date is arbitrary. Most drugs will last years past the expiry date before you would notice the difference and even if it doesn't, it's a really small possibility (again) that the breakdown products are harmful. Expired drugs are risky for things like epilepsy where even a few % difference in potency can have a big impact.
ashh150

was £56.80? were these lined with crack?thanks op



​no but they make a good mix for the charlie . stops them getting a runny nose .
PointDex

I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I … I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol


Just so you know, you will now not be considered as a trainee fighter jet pilot. And that's actually true - it happened to me!
copy & paste the code exactly & the free delivery coupon works fine
Thanks OP!.

My previous supply has expired and this deal has come just in time
they have some good value painkillers too even taking into account the delivery charge - I recently ordered these in various quantities

Ibuprofen Gel 5% 100g (Ibuleve Substitute)
6 x Aspirin Tablets 300mg - 32 Tablets
Paracetamol 500mg 32 Tablets
Ibuprofen 400mg 48 Tablets

and for hayfever
Chlorphenamine Tablets 4mg x 28 (Piriton alternative)

Needed a decent supply due to a chronic back issue - mainly ordered for the gel which seems super cheap compared to other prices I found

Im also kicking myself as I chucked out some expired codeine tablets which cost a fortune to buy
- didnt realise they were so expensive at the time as they were given to me by a relative





Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 18th Mar 2017
cold. free for all in scotland.
i8compooterz

They also have Loratadine 4x30 tablets for £2.59



This is the generic name for 'Clarityn', among others, and could therefore be taken instead of Ceterizine or Chlorphenamine-everybody reacts differently to different antihistamines... But there's no FREEDELIVERY offer... Still a great bargain though...
PointDex

I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I … I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol


That's because pollen can be absorbed through the semi-permeable membrane that makes up your cornea (eyeball), covered by the aqueous membrane. Some people have 'clear glass' prescription spectacles made up for the same reason.
mrberny

​Sounds like you may have Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic O … ​Sounds like you may have Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst (ACHOO) Syndrome!



,,,surely that would be ADCHOO....;)
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) along with Zinc (*ate, like gluconate) is natural and works better at preventing cold/flu in the first place... although not sure about hayfever.
PointDex

I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I … I know this might sound super dumb, but whenever I put in sunglasses I stop sneezing and my eyes don't get watery lol



Me too! This is a condition thought to be genetic info here FYI:

en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…lex


ttttd

​ They are not seriously risky, most of the time the expiry date is a … ​ They are not seriously risky, most of the time the expiry date is arbitrary. Most drugs will last years past the expiry date before you would notice the difference and even if it doesn't, it's a really small possibility (again) that the breakdown products are harmful. Expired drugs are risky for things like epilepsy where even a few % difference in potency can have a big impact.



Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people reading this might think this applies to medications other than antihistamines. For example, if they take expired tetracycline/doxycycline, they might well die of Fanconi Syndrome.
Ordered, many thanks.
razo

Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people … Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people reading this might think this applies to medications other than antihistamines. For example, if they take expired tetracycline/doxycycline, they might well die of Fanconi Syndrome.


What a load of nonsense !
razo

Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people … Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people reading this might think this applies to medications other than antihistamines. For example, if they take expired tetracycline/doxycycline, they might well die of Fanconi Syndrome.



I didn't give any advice nor did I say it's always safe. I gave the facts and an example of an exception. Clearly there are others and it's down to the person to look up what they have if they want to take the risk. People shouldn't be hoarding antibiotics anyway!

Edited by: "ttttd" 18th Mar 2017
Thanks OP, just running out of my last lot. Heat added.
Would go with loratadine, clarityn substitute, and non drowsy unlike these
TedStriker72

Just so you know, you will now not be considered as a trainee fighter jet … Just so you know, you will now not be considered as a trainee fighter jet pilot. And that's actually true - it happened to me!



I'd never wanna be a pawn anyway
razo

Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people … Dangerous advice. You might be ok, but you might not be. Also, people reading this might think this applies to medications other than antihistamines. For example, if they take expired tetracycline/doxycycline, they might well die of Fanconi Syndrome.



The only risk is that the medication doesn't work anymore. So for things like pain killers or allergy tablets, the worst that can happen is you still have a headache, runny nose or whatever.

Obviously, if you are taking a tablet that you need to survive, the risk becomes much bigger. But expired medication won't make you ill.
dean_brfc

But expired medication won't make you ill.



Glad to hear that definitively from someone with a medical/pharmacology degree.
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