Yes, I agree, I'm paying 31p to have it delivered to my door...
Yes, they are. Adidas, hi-tec, Diadora, Dunlop etc make the same quality sports shoes (y) (lol) It is a personal choice whether you buy high priced, known branded items or not. I choose to read the ingredients, meds & foods, & not be fleeced of hard earned money purely because a brand is more well known. I have used both calpol & lesser known brands of saline spray. From my experience they both work exactly the same & contain the same ingredients. When it comes to children’s painkillers the less known brands actually contain less nasty components so are safer (confused) Go figure. Each to their own. I prefer to pay for the item not the name (y)
That is like saying to someone who is buying Nike trainers that they are paying for the name (annoyed)
Bit unfair, there's a 15% off voucher, and on S&S I get a price of £2.31
Shops own brands come in at around the £2 mark. You are literally paying to have the name Calpol on this item.
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Posted 31st JanPosted 31st Jan
Calpol Sugar Free Infant Suspension 2 + months (100ml) £2.88 possible £1.87 on S&S with voucher (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£2.88Amazon Deals
Calpol Sugar Free Infant Suspension 2 + months (100ml) £2.88 possible £1.87 on subscribe and save with 20% off voucher.
It is a hit and miss . I have bought from Poundland for £1 .
I don’t believe there is and I happily bought a lesser known brand from home bargains (galapharm or similar?!) for £1.29 but they don’t seem to stock it anymore and when the teeth are coming you NEED stocks! So this is fab. Thanks (angel)
This is misleading. No evidence to suggest toxicity other than in overdose - certainly in children. Some evidence that dosing threshold should be adjusted in the elderly, but not relevant here
B&M do a version called Parapaed which is 99p. Always buy because I think the brand name is more funny.
Shouldn’t I be putting this on top of cornflakes then? On second thoughts, aren’t sugar alternatives bad for you? So confused now (flirt)
Posted 22nd Dec 2020Posted 22nd Dec 2020
Calpol £3.30 plus 20% off s&s (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£3.30Amazon Deals
£3.50+ in Asda and Boots. Spotted them at this price on Prime the other day and bought 4 for our bubba. We get through loads as she is on oxygen which dries her nose out. £2.80 is still ridiculously expensive for 15mls of saline but it does help blocked noses in babies.
Yeah when we gave him the sugarfree it actually put him in more pain with wind, poor little guy. https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/iis-maltitol-safe We googled the ingredients because he was fine on the sugar one and saw this.
Link for the sugar version is in the description
Really? I thought it would have been a better bet than sugar 🙈 just bought some elsewhere.
Now it is and i state that in my description Over the past few weeks alot stores did not have and some people may not be a able to go out or just prefer it delivered
You can buy sugar version at same price. Our little one gets ill from sugarfree like many others.
Your welcome It says temporarily out of stock but you can still order and they will dispatch once in stock
Thank you for tagging me 💛💛💛 I'll keep an eye on stuck as currently still out x
@PICNIC This might help you
Ta. Actually was in stock a couple of days ago too. Fortunately wife managed to get some inbetween for the kids.
When I couldn't get my hands on calpol, I ended up buying tesco version. It's cheaper and has the same amount of paracetomal in it. Worth a try if you're desperate on getting some medicine for the little ones!
Posted 6th Jan 2020Posted 6th Jan 2020
Free Lloyd's Pharmacy digital thermometer with selected Calpol £6.35 at Lloyds Pharmacy£6.35Lloyds Pharmacy Deals
Free Lloyd's Pharmacy flexi tip digital thermometer with the purchase of selected Calpol at Lloyd's Pharmacy either in store or online. Products include: Calprofen Suspension 200m… Read more