Hayfever Deals

Hayfever Deals & Offers

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Pollanase  Hayfever Tablets (30) for 70p @ Superdrug - Store Specific - County Durham
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LocalLocalFound 24th JunFound 24th Jun
A bargain purchase at Arnison Centre County Durham. From £7.99 to £0.70 also on buy one get one half price and student discount also accepted
nosh123

Pharmacyfirst does 4 months supply for under £3

dreamsofubuntu

9/10 times if you ask a pharmacy nicely they will sell you Cetirizine or Loratadine from the dispensary stock which works out at pennies in comparison to the retail packs (usually just over a pound for 30)

everypennycounts

Good for you (highfive)

ictmer

Okay so I’ve just got two packets for £1.05 so now even your beloved pound shop are “over rated” 🤫

everypennycounts

Point is that actually 70p is a fair normal priceas these sre available in pound shop and these pharmacy 4u 6 month online deals

Hayfever relief 2 for £6 (sudafed, beconase etc) - Tesco
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Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Noticed in store yesterday and includes items that cost over £6 alone (one hay fever allergy spray was £10 - not sure if its an inflated price). This offer is applicable to eye dr… Read more
twoquidkev

Yeah I read it but it was just talking about tablets, but I managed to find what you're on about at chemists4U, cheers £3.19 for 200 sprays.

HotGBDeals

Buy the generic spray as 200 dose and half the price and then you save money. Read the money saving expert article on hayfever

twoquidkev

people are too quick to vote cold and comment without checking the details of the post, I've been told by my GP to use Beconase for my severe allergies. that's 2 squirts twice daily, 4 per day and 100 sprays per bottle at £5.99. now £6 a month is not to be sniffed at :) I wanted to get it on prescription and then get a annual prescription subscription to save money, but in their wisdom the government have banned GP's from prescribing medicines that are cheaper to buy over the counter, ironically to stop us being ripped off. If I bulk buy on this deal it'll halve my costs, so voted hot OP P.S, just noticed boots have the same offer on http://www.boots.com/beconase-hayfever-relief-nasal-spray-for-adults-100-sprays-10024248

HotGBDeals

Read the moneysavingexpert hayfever article

_scott_

Allergy relief tablets in pound land now for yes you guessed it £1. Tesco are a rip off supermarket and that's being kind.

Best price for 12 month loratadine hayfever tablets £7.99 (+£2.99 del) @ ClearChemist
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Refreshed 15th MayRefreshed 15th May
just had this emailed to today best price so far plus you sign up as a new user you get an extr 5% off There is also a £2.99 postage fee for up too 5 days delivey
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bigpappa69

Yes, e.g., Cetirizine 4 month (£2.79) from Pharmacy First with free delivery, total for a year is £8.37 http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/4-x-cetirizine-10mg-tablets-30-tablets-free-delivery-4xt115.html?utm_source=AWin&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=Affiliates&awc=3643_1526479842_1ec30e9474d4b87574ab5292103583f0 Similarly Loratadine for a year £7.77 http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/4-x-loratadine-tablets-30-pack-clarityn-alternative-4xd1.html

HotGBDeals

I tend to find these are the same price Haylief Loratadine Hayfever & Allergy Relief 10mg Tablets x 300 GSL https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00ZD4NHMQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_K0Y-Ab2FPKG46, good reviews and quick delivery. No hassle of registering with a new website

ajcoxy

There's no way anyone ever paid £102 for this. Nonsense and outright lies like this make me avoid retailer's

Andy_Wickson

Anyone know why generic fexofenadine is so expensive?

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Beconase hayfever nasal spray £3 at Asda online and instore
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Half price to £3. 100 sprays
willy_sagnol

Not quite as good as this deal but tesco are doing 2 for £6 until 19/6. I have a delivery already booked otherwise I'd have bought just the one from Asda. Have some heat!

ryankall

+1 Need some of this today when I woke up!

iGlad

You folks are so silly at times (lol)

dewonderful

Bacon nose

secret_machines

This is usually 2 for £6 somewhere, for example Boots and Tesco at the moment.

12 x Cetirizine - 30 tablets. £6.99 incl p&p @eBay / HomeHealth-UK
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Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
12 months supply - 360 tablets. 10mg Generic Cetirizine hay fever, Allergy Relief. Seller has 99.7% positive feedback. This product is a generic medicine with the same active in… Read more
databar

Thanks op Ordered.

Loubou

My tablets have arrived. Expiry date is 2020. Fab! XD

lackey

Thanks. Ordered (y)

thecarpetman

Brilliant. Ordered. (y)

Loubou

£1 shop is £1 for 30. This deal is £6.99 for 360. ;)

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Poundland: 30 Hayfever tablets (Cetirizine and Loratadine) £1.00
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LocalLocalFound 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Very good value indeed. I found it in the Wandsworth branch.
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DonDraper

An offer not to be sneezed at,I’d say.

nigelbutler

Good price for 30 tablets from a shop You can buy on Ebay from decent chemist sellers for 69p if buying 5 packs together

Allergy / HayFever 30 Tablets £1 @ Poundland
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Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Confirmed National. 30 Cetrizine Hydrochloride Tablets for £1 is the lowest price I have ever seen personally. Please be polite with comments :)
bozo007

Excellent price for a month's supply. Otherwise, get 4 months stock for £2.79 delivered at Pharmacy First. http://www.pharmacyfirst.co.uk/4-x-cetirizine-10mg-tablets-30-tablets-free-delivery-4xt115.html

LeahsMintytoutou

(shock) what hell? (excited) I have no idea what that's about. Of corse I meant hayfever, surprised my auto correct didn't correct it! thanks for pointing it out to me (y)

DonDraper

Can't beat a spot of gayfever this time of the year (so I'm told)

LeahsMintytoutou

Think I need some of these. Don't normally get hayfever but my eyes and nose has been streaming today and light it's too bright outside.. :/ corrected spelling (cheeky)

squiff

Thank you, that's great :)

2 for £6 on selected hayfever products @ Boots
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Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Started today, went to buy some Beconase (£5.98 each) and it came up as £6, the till assistant had to double check, then commented it must be a new offer and they usually last arou… Read more
Blazwura

Cheaper on mypharmacy or even just poundland

_scott_

These are in pound land.

R4nd0mJOk3r

Had to post here to say that Beconaise is head and shoulders above regular Hayfever treatments. And £6 for two isn't bad, though you can often pick them up individually for between £2.50-£3.50 from Asda, Tesco or Home Bargains. Regarding the other things (tablets etc.) there are far cheaper alternatives available in Home Bargains. I'm talking like 5x cheaper in some cases, with the same stuff in the tablets, just missing the brand name.

_sion

for all the tablets in the picture non branded versions will be significantly cheaper. Cetirizine (£3) and loratidine(£1) for 30 tablets online

Beconase Hayfever Relief (100 Sprays) at Sainsburys - £3
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Found 3rd Jul 2017Found 3rd Jul 2017
After my own brand hayfever tablets decided to stop being effective, I went out and found Sainsburys selling Beconase hayfever spray for half price, usually £6. It works like a dre… Read more
alfa111

No, twice the number of doses for similar price.

Sharpharp

It doesn't work either, sniff sniff :3

adv

It has Beclometasone which shouldn't cause drowsiness

RayB

I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and Scotland. datca - it doesn't make me drowsy.

datca

Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I generally try to avoid taking antihistamine tablets for my hay fever as they turn me into a zombie for the first week or so. However this year is pretty bad so I'm looking for alternatives.

12 Month Supply of Cetirizine for £11.99 including shipping at ClearChemist
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Found 1st Jul 2017Found 1st Jul 2017
12 month supply of Cetirizine for 11.99 including shipping when you select 5-day shipping. Enter code SUMMER12 at checkout.
nublets2k

Or live in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland...

furiousjammin

All prescriptons are free for children, as they should be IMO.

sreenireddy

not a dolite, higher rate tax payer here pal, but I do get it free for my son to help the itching when i give him his infusion

furiousjammin

​If you're a dolite, yes.

sreenireddy

isn't this free from the doctors

Pirinase Hayfever Relief for Adults 0.05% Nasal Spray 60 Sprays £3.75 @ Amazon S&S
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Found 24th Jun 2017Found 24th Jun 2017
Use voucher and S&S. If you have 15% the price will be £3.25 Cheapest elsewhere is Morrisons at £5 but generally more elsewhere For adults once a day dose Relieves symptoms o… Read more
seb

hay fever tips - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4641032/Crippled-hayfever-CAR-serviced.html

seb

Exclusive: How big brands are cashing in on hayfever sufferers charging 6 times over the odds - and how to beat them One person in five suffers from hayfever - and with pollen counts across the country soaring this week unless you're careful you could end up paying eye-watering prices to stop your eyes watering... http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/exclusive-how-big-brands-cashing-10670740

luvsoft

ahhh wish I saw this ealier just ordered from ebay 4 for £16 ... it do work for me tho.

donslibi

Sorry you're right, £1.50 delivery

Sid.Harper

Cold. Cheaper in Nando's.

Hayfever Season - Prevalin allergy spray / Clarityn hayfever tablets 2 for £6 at Tesco
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Found 17th Jun 2017Found 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… Read more
f3rgy15

I use fexofenadine (180mg) its through prescription only. Thats the best tablet for hayfever.

cupcake125

I always shake it but it's still the same.

Sid.Harper

Works fine for me.

pcs7038

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.

Cetirizine 10mg Hayfever Tablets 3x packs of 30x (90x total) £1.99 + £1.99 delivery @ Chemist-4-U
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Found 30th May 2017Found 30th May 2017
I've been buying these for a few years now from them and they work just fine, and they're cheap! 12% cashback at TopCashBack - thekitkatshuffler
Zoea

Thanks, went for this instead.

bigdarlodave

Canny deal, however their website is sooooo slow, heat added.

ToneC

not to be sneezed at...

ILIKEBARGAINSME

Thank you

harry66

Got 6 months for similar price from Amazon - £3.69 inc free (not Prime) delivery 6 Months Supply Allacan Cetirizine Hayfever Allergy Tablets 30 x 6

Prevalin Allergy Plus Nasal Spray 2 for £9 @ Superdrug online / instore
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Found 5th Apr 2017Found 5th Apr 2017
Just went into Superdrug to buy some hayfever allergy nasal spray and found that the Prevalin Allergy Plus, which is normally £11.99 each, is on offer for 2 for £9! Seems to be onl… Read more
oneforthemoney

The equivalent of this product is £10 in Tesco- not the 2 for £6 one. Thanks OP

RiyadI

Good find but these are 2 for £6 in Tesco until 25th April.

Allergy tabs 6 months supply (loratidine or cetirizine) £4.49 @ Clear Chemist
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Found 13th Feb 2017Found 13th Feb 2017
Comes up quite often I think. Enter code: SNEEZE Free delivery (for me anyway).
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porphyria

No free postage for me.

LesD

Subtotal £51.00 Discount -£46.51 Shipping & Handling £3.19 Grand Total (Including VAT) £7.68

z_dane

Any good from this £12 for a year? https://www02.wowcher.co.uk/deal/shop/2827656/9-instead-99-01-clearchemist-12-month-supply?searchresult=true

TesseractOrion

Bhpc Classic M As Balm 75ml Beverly Hills Polo Clu W_S15B_8411114071206 1 £0.75 6 Month Cetirizine W_P1_6Month-CETX6 1 £51.00 Subtotal £51.75 Shipping & Handling £0.00 Discount (SNEEZE) -£46.51 Tax £0.87 Grand Total £5.24

LesD

Nope...no free delivery here.

Loratadine 6 months supply 6 x 30 10mg tablets £4.79 Delivered @ Pharmacyfirst
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Found 17th Jul 2016Found 17th Jul 2016
Not the cheapest ever at 80p a box but includes free delivery with code FREEDELIVERY. Loratadine 6 months supply 6 x 30 10mg tablets for £4.79 delivered. TCB currently 6.3% too. Su… Read more
jacobellis96

Just in case anyone stumbles upon this struggling really badly with hay fever and has yet to find a solution. Fexofenadine are the best by far. Also a steroid nasal spray such as Avamys works wonders.

coolcat21

Cheers, I prefer cetirizine, so ordered these :D

yrreb88

Actually both are non-drowsy but sometimes one or the other can cause drowsiness in a few people.

sunilm

different medication tho init loratidine is not cetirizine imo cetirizine better as less sedatory effect

red23

What are these for? Hell i'll buy anything that is a deal on here, HOT!

3 X 10ML Artificial Tears Eye Drops for dry eyes - £2.87 delivered from Amazon (Sold by Walton Pharmacy)
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These are NOT eye drops made just for hayfever, but with hayfever upon us, these are PERFECT for moistening the eyes when they get too dry and itchy. And at less than £1 a bottle, … Read more
dheydl

​Home Bargains sells Optivive moisturising eye drops with 0.3% HPMC. A 10ml bottle comes in at 89p and the package says it is safe for use with contact lenses.

xcloose

To you and me both!

theTrueFocus11

I think my glasses did an ok job of keeping my eyes relatively moist (reducing wind? improving sharpness?) coupled with the shower thing. But I do wish there was a natural alternative to lubricating your eyes properly. :( Problem is my glasses' anti glare layer is turning into a murky mess which I'm not sure how to remove. How our ancestors maintained clear vision is beyond me. Perhaps it's smartphones and other close things that have done this to me. :p

xcloose

I suffer from vertigo so this would be an issue

theTrueFocus11

My experience of dry eye treatments/drops from a different brand, I don't recommend applying synthetic rubbish into your eyes unless you're absolutely desperate. In my experience, it just makes you dependent on them. And if I recall, the relief from dryness doesn't last that long and the smell is weird. Up to you, just giving my opinion and I don't trust this stuff anymore. Would rather take a shower with my eyes closed faced towards the shower head. (Even though, chlorine would be present....oh well.)

Benadryl Cetrinzine One a Day - 14 tablets - 2 packs for £6. Tesco
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Found 8th Jun 2016Found 8th Jun 2016
Benadryl One a day Relief - Cetrizine. 14 Tablets. Unit price - £6.30. Two packs £6. Glitch? No idea, didn't care much as I fumbled my way through the kill or cure me isle loo… Read more
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barginfan

Poor Steve waited nearly 4 years to post a deal, then was shot down. Hopefully he realises we're a fickle bunch on here and comes back for more.

pcs7038

Or 14 tablets for 79p at Aldi, Home Bargains or your favourite discount store.

Matthew774

I bought 14 generic brand from Home Bargains for 79p

sjs31

Wilkinsons (Wilko) own brand are £1.50 for 30 tablets http://www.wilko.com/hayfever-and-allergy-relief/wilko-hayfever-allergy-relief-30pk/invt/0341555 . Came across them yesterday when in a store.

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