They're pretty pricey, but I'm sure there are couples on here that routinely buy them and so know where to get them cheaps!
If able to buy online and deliver discretely that is a plus, because I go grocery shopping with house-mates and see Tesco's buy one pack get one free but would feel SHAME buying 24+ condoms in front of my house-mates.
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10-02-2010 04:27 PM #1
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10-02-2010 04:49 PM #2
Get em for free at family planning clinics ect...
(or do you have to be under 16?)
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10-02-2010 05:25 PM #3
Go to a gay bar and pick up loads of free ones
10-02-2010 06:26 PM #4
There's loads of online places that sell them and all deliver in discrete packaging.
Are you not a student? Your SU surely give them away free or sell them stupidly cheap.Growls
10-02-2010 06:37 PM #5
10-02-2010 06:40 PM #6Part of the furniture
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Our SU used to have them in a bowl but don't anymore. Any nurse or GP at your Drs can give you a bag full, it doesn't have to be a specialist clinic.
To buy, I'd probably go for superdrug or somewhere similar and get them on BOGOF.
10-02-2010 07:41 PM #7
10-02-2010 07:48 PM #8Thunderstruck Guest
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11-02-2010 12:43 AM #10
bodycare, if you have one near you? a 12 pack of durex fetherlite is about £3.90 whereas they're about £8 in supermarkets. :]they are loaded with prejudices, not based upon anything in reality,but based on... if something is new, they reject it immediately because itís frightening to them. what they do instead is just stay with the familiar.
11-02-2010 12:47 AM #11
condomman.com, if you buy in bulk (who doesn't need 500?) they can cost about a dime a piece and they ship to the uk
Oh, actually with the exchange rate they'd be like 8 cents
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Ebay can be good sometimes, so long as you look out for known brands and the kite mark
11-02-2010 08:35 AM #13
Even the receptionists at the doctors will usually sort you out with some freebies. Or if you have a student medical centre, they should be armed to the teeth, too. You don't usually even need an appointment, just ask at the desk. Although it's sometimes less embarrassing going to the clinic - at least they know what you're there for! Our local clinic used to literally fill a carrier bag for my old housemate, for nowt, and then she'd hand them around
11-02-2010 11:10 AM #14
12-02-2010 12:02 AM #15Thunderstruck Guest