Hayfever Season - Prevalin allergy spray / Clarityn hayfever tablets 2 for £6 at Tesco
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Hayfever Season - Prevalin allergy spray / Clarityn hayfever tablets 2 for £6 at Tesco

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Found 17th Jun 2017
For £6, got myself some Prevalin allergy spray (itself £9) and some Clarityn hayfever tablets as I am currently dying with it. Would normally have cost around £14.

People may say that the branded stuff is overpriced or cheaper through prescription (especially in Scotland/Wales/NI where its free), but thought i'd post for anyone who would normally buy this.
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do thet have season 1 aswell
Bought 2 Prevalin last week, took unopened 1 back today. Daughter says £1.48 nasal spray from Morrisons works better than this £9.90 one. hth
4th time this has been posted
This is the only thing that has helped my hayfever this year.
the snatters are tripping me!!! eyes look like a stoner and I have no hankies left. and the wife asks why I ate the summer?!?!
Prevalin is rubbish, thick gel clogs up the nozzle
I'm guessing the clarityn pack is the 14 tablet one? The 30 pack is £6 in sainsburys atm, every little helps!
For anyone else suffering from hayfever who finds that tablets don't make much of a difference, google the Kenalog injection. You have to pay for it privately now (less than 80 quid) as the NHS stopped offering it but it has made June/July period bearable for me now.
cupcake125

Prevalin is rubbish, thick gel clogs up the nozzle



​Do you shake it before each use? That does help.
Clarityn is definitely overpriced. The active ingredient is loratadine. You buy a 6 month supply (180 tablets) of a generic equivalent* from PharmacyFirst for £4.79 with free delivery - make sure you choose the six month supply and use the free delivery code given on the site.

* what does generic equivalent mean? This is not like supermarket own labels which people say are "the same" or "just as good as", or even "made in the same factory". Medicines are highly regulated. Makers of generics (= unbranded) versions must prove to regulators that the active ingredient is the same - otherwise they won't be allowed to sell it.
aizeewizzy

​Do you shake it before each use? That does help.



Works fine for me.
I always shake it but it's still the same.
I use fexofenadine (180mg) its through prescription only. Thats the best tablet for hayfever.
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