Wednesday 23 August 2017

€5 off when you spend €20 at LloydsPharmacy nationwide.

All this week in the Irish Independent.

Don't miss the Irish Independent from Saturday 26 August to Friday 1 September as we have a great offer for all our readers - €5 off when you spend €20 at LloydsPharmacy nationwide. Great for all those must-have back to school and winter essentials. Don't miss your voucher, every day this week in the Irish Independent.

LloydsPharmacy believe that health is more than just the opposite of being sick, and more than how our bodies feel. Being healthy puts a bounce in our step and a smile on our face. It means being able to live life to the fullest and having a positive outlook on life. It is this positivity that helps us get well and stay well. Their goal is to engage each and every customer, enhancing their healthcare experience regardless of lifestyle or life stage. LloydsPharmacy colleagues undergo an average 15,000 hours annual training - so whether it’s new born babies, diabetes or skin conditions, their experts are always on hand with the very best information and knowledge. 

Terms & Conditions: This offer is valid from 26th August until Sunday 20th September 2017. Offer is valid in-store only. Copied, damaged or defaced vouchers will not be accepted - only original vouchers are valid. This voucher has no cash value, is non-exchangeable and non-refundable. This voucher remains the property of LloydsPharmacy and is not for resale or publication. Discount can only be applied when a minimum of €20 is purchased. One voucher per single transaction. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Excludes prescriptions and certain medicines. Valid in any LloydsPharmacy store nationwide.

*Opening hours vary. Ask in store about your nearest location participating in flu vaccination.
 

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