Medicines & treatments

Order by 8pm for free next day delivery4 on selected medicines using code HEALTHFNDD

Switch your NHS prescriptions to Boots today, with our easy registration process*

Prepare for flu season with our Winter Flu Jab Service & book your NHS or private flu jab online today! T&Cs apply16

*Subject to availability. Cheapest 1/2 price

**Cough & Sore Throat syrups are medical devices. For children 2+ years. Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system. Immune Support liquids are food supplements and should not be used as a substitute for a varied balanced diet.

***Cheapest 1/2 price

You must be signed in & have an Advantage Card assigned to your account to be able to shop savings. Normal Advantage Card terms & conditions apply. Excludes in-store orders. No Price Advantage at airport stores. Read more Advantage Card offer terms and conditions here.

Contains Sildenafil. For erection problems in adult men. Always read the label. VIAC-2023-0340 DOP July 2023.

§Cialis Together 10mg Tablets contain tadalifil. For erection difficulties in men aged 18 and over. Always read the label. Not available in Northern Ireland. Can be effective for up to 36 hours - this does not mean you will maintain an erection for 36 hours

3 for 2 on selected vitamins, supplements health foods and complementary medicines. Cheapest free. Subject to availability

Medicines and treatments

We all feel a little under the weather sometimes, so let us take care of you with our range of medicines and treatments. If you’ve come down with a pesky cough, cold or flu, then our dedicated products from leading brands could help you get back on form.

We also have a variety of pain relief products to help you move past common aches and pains. For those inconvenient bumps and bruises or cuts and grazes, it’s always handy to have a first aid kit in the bathroom cabinet or in your bag for when you’re out and about.

Remember, if you’re suffering from long-term pain or illness, it’s important to always seek help from your GP or a medical professional.