$10, $7 or $6 Cashback Available on Purchase of Zyrtec Tablets from Participating Stores

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Zyrtec® cash back via redemption

The following cashback offers are available from 19/07/19 to 21/11/19 (Promotional period):
$6 CASHBACK WHEN YOU PURCHASE ZYRTEC® Tablets 50 Pack
$6 CASHBACK WHEN YOU PURCHASE ZYRTEC® Tablets 60 Pack
$7 CASHBACK WHEN YOU PURCHASE ZYRTEC® Tablets 70 Pack
$10 CASHBACK WHEN YOU PURCHASE ZYRTEC® Tablets 30 Pack and Kids Liquid 75mL

How to Claim:
To be eligible to claim $6.00 cash back, individuals must purchase a ZYRTEC® Tablets 50 pack from any participating pharmacy in Australia (Qualifying Purchase) between 09:00am AEST on 19/07/2019 and 23:59pm AEST on 21/11/2019 (Promotional Period) and make a claim within the Promotional Period. Each valid claim received within the Promotional Period will receive a gift of $6.00, delivered to the claimant in the form of an EFTPOS Gift Card
To claim, individuals must go online to www.zyrtec.com.au/cashback, enter their details as prompted, submit the online claim form, including the claimant’s details, the last four digits from the product barcode and upload a photo of the receipt. Claimants must retain original receipt to verify claim.

Stack with Chemist Warehouse 5% Cashback @ ShopBack

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Perfect timing needed to stock up for the upcoming war

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    This with discount, or the generic version?

    • +1 vote

      Depends,

      Chemically cetirizine is cetirizine, however i find the generic isn't as efficacious for me as zyertec. Vise versa, some people respond better to loratedine etc

      Anti-histamines is one of few drugs i would say there is likely a difference in brands

      *This is simply a personal anecdote

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        I buy cetirizine the geenric brand for half the price of Zyrtec and i am fortunate enough that it works for me.

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      https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/whats-the-differe...

      "Products are bioequivalent, but may differ in color, shape, taste, inactive ingredients, preservatives and packaging"

      It's sometimes a personal thing. I know with Salbutamol the original is Ventolin and the generic is Asmol. Alot are happy with the generic, but many with not touch Asmol, because they like the feeling of pressure more in the Ventolin, which better enforces to them, they have has the dose.

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    So much better than the cheques they used to send in the post

    Mine took about two weeks to come from submission

  • +1 vote

    Telfast also has a cashback offer

    https://www.telfastcashback.com.au/terms

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      Looks like they'll mail a cheque. Also need last 4 digits of box barcode.
      No where on the form to fill Bank details, whereas Telfast had.

      • +1 vote

        They mail an EFTPOS card. And yes you do, but you can just take a photo of it next time you're at the shops.

        Source: I participated in the promotion and got a $7 EFTPOS card

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    $7 EFTPOS card

    Oh wow.
    And just noticed we're not worried about them sharing our details with 3rd party?