Hay fever - Loratadine - 30 tablets for £1.50 @ Wilkinson's
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Hay fever - Loratadine - 30 tablets for £1.50 @ Wilkinson's

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Found 9th Jun 2016
Spotted today that Wilko's do 30 Loratadine tablets for £1.50, which is a slight improvement over the 14 tablets for 75p-79p that seems to be the standard this year. Not a load cheaper, but cheaper nevertheless. Online and in-store.

Update - there's a better deal in B&M now, 30 tablets for 99p. So thanks for the heat, but time to go elsewhere!
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Hot. Works better for me this year than cetirizine which was OK in the past.
I'm sure I paid 70 odd p
Are these non-drowsy?
Loubou

Are these non-drowsy?




I don't have a problem with them
snowflake75

I'm sure I paid 70 odd p



For 30 Loratadine tablets? I'd like to know where! Apart from Chemist Direct's (brief) free postage offer which meant that they worked out very cheap, I haven't seen a better deal on this. Cetrizine tablets are available cheaper, but not Loratadine.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 9th Jun 2016
Loubou

Are these non-drowsy?



Yeah, it's the Cetrizine Hydrochloride tablets that are the ones that make you drowsy.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 9th Jun 2016
I've used several shops own brands and found they work really well, these ones however didn't work for me!
Many of these all seem to come from the same maker, Galpharm, and all seem identical (same patent)
dealpickle

Yeah, it's the Cetrizine Hydrochloride tablets that are the ones that … Yeah, it's the Cetrizine Hydrochloride tablets that are the ones that make you drowsy.



Even if the non-drowsy ones seem to make me sleepy but that's probably just placebo effect! I'd recommend taking them before bed each night to make sure.
About as useful to me as a one legged man in an **** kicking contest. Fexofenadine is the only thing that gets anywhere near for me but even then the last few days have been fairly bad for hayfever symptoms.
good find op, heat added
dealpickle

Yeah, it's the Cetrizine Hydrochloride tablets that are the ones that … Yeah, it's the Cetrizine Hydrochloride tablets that are the ones that make you drowsy.



Both Loratadine and Cetirizine are classed as non-drowsy. Piriton on the other hand...
davidbrent

About as useful to me as a one legged man in an **** kicking contest. … About as useful to me as a one legged man in an **** kicking contest. Fexofenadine is the only thing that gets anywhere near for me but even then the last few days have been fairly bad for hayfever symptoms.



I suffer quite bad and have been put on Fexofenadine before, they've worked okay. I've found Beconase nasal spray to work best for me, ever tried that?
cyissa

Beconase



http://i.imgur.com/B3Y6uoQ.jpg

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I get hayfever very bad, and only a combination of Beconase nasal spray, Opticrom aqueous eye drops and Loratadine tablets on prescription does the trick for me.

If I didn't take all those, I'd have itchy, runny eyes, a runny and congested nose, and constant sneezing fits.
Edited by: "preecey" 10th Jun 2016
You might want to check this thread out if the deal is still live.

hotukdeals.com/dea…101


I have over a years supply sitting on my desk that I paid about £8.00 for (with free shipping).
The price may have changed slightly, but still, you won't find a better priced deal anywhere I don't think.

You just have to fill out a basic health survey (5 questions or so if I remember) and then you're sorted.
Mine came within days of ordering.
Edited by: "xCxS" 10th Jun 2016
You can get 30 for 99p at B&M's.
Nettle tea works better than anything I've tried
mandshotbargains

You can get 30 for 99p at B&M's.



Not Loratadine you can't. Someone said that on here before and I checked - they're Cetrizine.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 12th Jun 2016
There's called Wilko now, not Wilkinsons.
squiff

There's called Wilko now, not Wilkinsons.



Is that officially their name now, I thought it was just for their website?
A deal not to be sneezed at folks.
xCxS

You might want to check this thread out if the deal is still live. … You might want to check this thread out if the deal is still live. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/loratidine-10mg-tablets-7-94-for-9x30-tablets-chemist-direct-88p-for-30-tablets-2433101I have over a years supply sitting on my desk that I paid about £8.00 for (with free shipping).The price may have changed slightly, but still, you won't find a better priced deal anywhere I don't think. You just have to fill out a basic health survey (5 questions or so if I remember) and then you're sorted. Mine came within days of ordering.



Back to £40 for free postage
snowflake75

I'm sure I paid 70 odd p



That might have been the 14 pack?
Cold..Cause that's what I'm suffering from
mandshotbargains

Don't know how to post a picture of my receipt but someone has posted … Don't know how to post a picture of my receipt but someone has posted this...



Happy to eat my hat if this is correct, that's a bargain! When I checked in Romford market branch only Cetrizine was at that price and there was nothing else listed on the shelf labels.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 12th Jun 2016
I've now seen (and bought) the Loratadine in B&M, 30 tablets for 99p. Much better deal than this one, even though I posted it. So if you're looking for this product, ignore my deal and go to B&M, best deal out there I think.
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