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Introduction to Petmeds and a 10% discount to PetForum members

Discussion in 'Pet Meds' started by Petmeds, Apr 28, 2010.


  1. Petmeds

    Petmeds PetForums Newbie

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    As PetForums First Official Approved Trader, we would like to make you a special gift of a 10% coupon code* that can be used for a limited time only. There has never been a better time to stock up!

    Our best sellers are:

    1. Frontline Spot-on (Starting from £10.51)
    2. Drontal Worming tablets (Starting from £1.50)
    3. Feliway Range (Refills £14.25)
    4. Sureflap Cat Flap (Only £76.38)
    5. Protexin Pro-kolin (From £7.25)
    6. Katalax (Only £11.75)
    7. Thornit Ear Powder (From £7.90)
    8. Seraquin (From £7.40)
    9. Road Refresher (Only £9.75)
    10. DAP Range (Diffuser only £17.99)

    We have a large selection of petfood including all the biggest brands such as Hill's, Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved at rock bottom prices.

    Other benefits of shopping with Petmeds include:
    - Free Delivery on Orders over £29
    - Our Price Match Guarantee
    - A No Quibble Returns Policy
    - First Class Customer Service that's only an email, phone call or a post away.

    To take advantage of this fantastic offer, just enter the coupon code petforums10 during the checkout stage.

    *This Coupon Code will expire midnight 9th May 2010. This Code cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
     
  2. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Just placed an order. What with the discount, and the already lower price than my vet, ive saved about £15.

    Very user friendly. I like the paypal option, as i hate putting in my card details every time i place an order somewhere.
     
  3. brusta

    brusta PetForums Junior

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    Hi Petmeds,
    Youv'e exceeded your private messages quota (5) and cannot accept/send further messages until you clear some messages (initially 5 max).
     
  4. petforum

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    Hi Brusta,

    You can try pm'ing them again, I have changed their quota.

    Thanks
    Mark
     
  5. brusta

    brusta PetForums Junior

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    Thanks Mark; appreciated.
     
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    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    Hi Ive just had a little browse around and noticed that some things say prescription required (sorry if Im being thick) does this need to be obtained from your vet and will they not want to see the animal first?
     
  7. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    They will do.

    But you arent forced to buy the drugs needed for treatment from them. By law they have to give a prescription (they are legally allowed to charge for one) so that you can buy your meds elsewhere. You can make some huge savings buying online. I used to get Oscars heart meds from my vet for £120, online they were £65.
     
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    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    I noticed the stuff that the vet charged me £38 for a 3ml bottle was on that site for £17 for a 15ml bottle :eek:. I think I will be shopping online in future.
     
  9. Petmeds

    Petmeds PetForums Newbie

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    Hi,

    This is often the case unfortunately. What I generally advise our customers to do, is to try to get maximum repeats on the prescriptions also. Vet's charge from £0 to £20 for a prescription. They may also charge per item. Average prices for prescriptions last year was £7.50 from what I heard from customers. Best case scenario is to get a prescription for free/low cost, get repeat prescriptions on the prescription so you’re covered for at least 6 months (maximum length of validity).

    You would make huge savings over a short period of time. If you require further information let me know.

    Kind regards,
    Michael
     
  10. hazel pritchard

    hazel pritchard PetForums VIP

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    I have used Pet Meds a few times and have always been pleased with the price and how quicky any orders have arrived
    Keep up the good work
     
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