It’s That Time of Year Again! Sucrets® Brand Throat Lozenges Giveaway

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It’s that time of year again that every parent dreads – cough and cold season. Millions of kids and adults across the country are likely to feel a sore throat, runny nose, congestion and other signs of the common cold in the coming weeks and months. In fact, it’s estimated that children in preschool and elementary school can have six to 12 colds per year and these result in more than 22 million days of school absences recorded annually.

While there is no cure for the common cold, there are remedies available to ease your symptoms.  Sucrets® brand throat lozenges have been known to provide immediate, long-lasting relief of serious sore throat pain for over 75 years. Whether you or your child has a sore throat or runny nose due to the common cold or seasonal allergies, Sucrets offers fast relief no matter what your symptoms.


I remember I once had a particularly bad sore throat.  We were traveling in a van on a long journey and I speculate the dry air in the vehicle made my sore throat even worse.  It was so painful to even swallow my own spit.  Now that’s a sore throat!  When we  stopped at a gas station I was desperate for some relief.  I purchased a tin of Sucrets hoping that they would help.  I had never used them before.  They worked like a charm!  I was so relieved!  Since that time I have been a fan of Sucrets.  If you have a sore throat I highly recommend these lozenges, they are the only thing the really makes my throat feel better.

Sucrets® pioneered the now popular “tin box” in 1931, and have been a trusted household name ever since.

With a full line of throat care products designed to meet your cough and cold needs, Sucrets® offers fast relief no matter what your symptoms! Whether you suffer from a serious sore throat, cough, runny nose or scratchy throat associated with seasonal allergies, Sucrets® has a formula just for you.

Sucrets® Classic lozenges (Original Wild Cherry) provide relief for those suffering from pain and irritation caused by a sore throat or sore mouth. Sucrets® Classic lozenges are available in Wild Cherry.

Active ingredients in Sucrets® Classic formula is Dyclonine HCI, a sore throat/oral anesthetic.

Sucrets® Complete formula offers complete relief by suppressing cough, soothing sore throats and cooling nasal passages. Sucrets® Complete lozenges go the extra mile in ensuring your total health and recovery by including Vitamin C and Zinc along with active ingredients. Sucrets® Complete is available in two pleasant-tasting flavors:

  • Vapor Cherry
  • Cool Citrus

The active ingredients in Sucrets® Complete are Dyclonine Hydrochloride, an oral aneshtetic/analgesic, and Menthol, a cough suppressant.

Sucrets® Herbal formula contains green tea and Vitamin C to provide a kinder, gentler solution to cough associated with a cold or inhaled irritants, as well as irritation and pain from a sore throat or sore mouth. Sucrets® Herbal lozenges are available in two pleasant-tasting flavors:

  • Berry Pomegranate
  • Honey Lemon Ginseng

Active ingredients in Sucrets® Herbal lozenges include Menthol, a cough suppressant, and Pectin, an oral demulcent.

For best results, always follow directions per label.

Costs

Sucrets® Classic

Wild Cherry…………………Suggested Retail Price $3.49-$3.99

Sucrets® Complete

Vapor Cherry………………Suggested Retail Price $4.49- $4.99

Cool Citrus………………….Suggested Retail Price $4.49- $4.99

Sucrets® Herbal

Berry Pomegranate…………….Suggested Retail Price $4.49- $4.99

Honey Lemon Ginseng………..Suggested Retail Price $4.49- $4.99

Availability

  • Walmart
    Target
    Rite Aid
    CVS
    Walgreens
    Safeway
    Publix
    Meijer
    Shop Rite
    HEB
    Fred Meyer
    Kmart
    Kinray
    Winn Dixie
    Wegmans
    Duane Reade
    Dollar General
    Harris Teeter
    Harmons
    Raley’s

One lucky Mama Report reader will win some soothing Sucrets lozenges to provide some much need relief this winter!

Use the Rafflecopter entry method below.

Winner will be verified.


Comments

  1. The only way for me to load the rafflecopter form for this giveaway was to click on leave a comment. Otherwise it shows up as the Lalaloopsy Mini Treehouse Playset rafflecopter form. I suspect it’s because the same problem I had on one of mine. I had to add a jump insert break into my post and then add the rafflecopter widget. My comment for this giveaway will be I hate sore throats and my last sore throat was during the summertime and for me it’s the worst time because it’s so hot outside.

  2. Debra Pauley says

    sucrets of course

  3. I drink a lot of tea with honey.

  4. Jennifer Meyer says

    I drink tea with honey:)

  5. gargle with salt water
    soup with garlic, ginger and honey
    luckyseattlemom at gmail dot com

  6. eat ice cream. hah

  7. gargle with salt water

  8. Mary Beth Elderton says

    Gargle several times a day with warm salt water to address the infection. Use soothing lozenges for relief.

  9. Sucrets when on the go. Tea and honey if at home.

  10. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    I drink hot tea to help my throat.

  11. Monique Rizzo says

    I drink tea with honey and lemon.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  12. Renee Addison-Hutchinson says

    Gargle salt water

  13. mix honey and lemon together. It works!

  14. i drink warm tea with lemon and honey

  15. Jessica Carnaggio says

    I drink ice water.

  16. gargle with salt water if I cant buy sucrets

  17. Linda Lansford says

    I use throat drops

  18. Salt & warm water

  19. Hot milk!

  20. alicia wallace says

    Tea with honey

  21. april yedinak says

    When I was a kid I always used cherry sucrets for my sore throat. Now, I usually use apple cinnamon herbal tea with lots of honey.

  22. homemade chicken soup

  23. I gargle with salt water.

  24. Sharon Mellies says

    Good for the throat

  25. Casey Lynn Everidge says

    i have used sucrets since i was a child! i love them

  26. I usually use Halls cough drops.

  27. why sucrets of course….but I cant wait to try the new flavors!!

  28. I use throat lozenges.

  29. I use throat spray.

    littleamberfaith at yahoo dot com

  30. I use cough drops what ever is on sale

  31. spraying my mouth with chloraseptic works good, but I love some good old fashiond wild cherry sucrets.

  32. Hot herbal tea with honey and lemon!

  33. Gargle with salt water, followed by a big spoonful of local raw honey. Did you know that honey kills bacteria and coats your throat to prevent more from growing?!

  34. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    gargle with salt water
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  35. Shannon Egan says

    Sometimes I use sore throat numbing spray, and sometimes I drink hot tea with honey. 🙂

  36. I rarely get a sore throat anymore but the rest of my family does, so we usually suck on cough drops, drink extra fluids and get to the doctor.
    mamaswears at gmail dot com

  37. Honey is great for a sore throat!

  38. Throat lozenges, chamomille tea w/honey & gargle with salt & warm water.

  39. Kysha Harvey says

    For a sore throat..I use throat spray and warm chicken or veggie broth

  40. Tonya Froemel says

    Green tea with honey and sucrets when on the go.

  41. Hot tea with honey and sucrets or chloroseptic.

  42. I use hot tea for a sore throat

  43. I drink lemon tea with honey.
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

  44. Kathy Buckner says

    warm tea with honey and lemon

  45. drink lots of liquid normally helps. (mavans@gmail.com)

  46. lots of extra rest.

  47. Hot tea with honey and sucrets or chloroseptic and don’t talk a lot.

  48. Any cough drops, or hard candy.

  49. I suck on lemon drops.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  50. Suzanne Denys says

    I usually take Advil and drink tea with honey.

  51. Water with Honey and drops

  52. I use Sucrets and drink hot tea and honey.

  53. warm salt water does the trick

  54. I drink hot chocolate.

  55. I love Sucrets, they are the best for a sore throat!!

  56. I use cough drops. Thank you

  57. Kimmie Barnes says

    Honey and Lemon

    Kimmie Barnes
    shawnandkim@suddenlink.net
    jakeremom–twitter and GFC

  58. hot lemon tea, vick’s salve and a heating pad work for me

  59. I just use cough drops. Thank you

  60. i use hot tea and honey

  61. Hot Tea with Honey!

  62. Advil, cough drops, and lots of water help my sore throats.

  63. Sucrets and hot tea with lemon

    Sarah Walker
    sreis1987@gmail.com

  64. TEA!

  65. Hot herbal tea

  66. i drink tea with honey, or suck on horehound drops.

  67. Hot tea, warm broth, rest, lozenges

  68. I use honey and warm salt water for a sore throat

  69. nicky flowers says

    I’m a big fan of sprays.

  70. chantal cooper says

    tea with honey and lemon

    chantal cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com
    thischattanoogamommysaves.blogspot.com

  71. Hot chamomile tea sweetened with honey and a spoonful of honey just before bed.

  72. tracey johnson says

    gargle with salt water

  73. I usually sip warm tea.

  74. I either use lozenges, chloroseptic throat spray or gargle with warm salt water.

  75. beveanne mckinley says

    hot toddys tea honey and brandy heated to nice and soothing hot

  76. I use cough drops and I drink some sprite.

  77. I grager with salt water and use cough drops

  78. I like to make a hot toddy with spiced rum, cinnamon, honey and lemon.

  79. Camomile tea and chicken soup.

  80. Laura Emerson says

    I have a cup of hot tea with a lot of lemon and honey.

  81. i use cough drops to soothe my throat
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  82. Jessica Anderson says

    I sip hot water with lemon juice and honey added to it.

    PaintedPony17@yahoo.com

  83. I just head straight for the cough drops and syrup.

  84. Throat coat tea

  85. shirley pebbles says

    I suck on cough drops and gargle with salt water.

  86. honey because I’m used to the spray stuff that tastes terrible and doesn’t work

  87. Ashley Brauer says

    Still have never found a good way of relieving my sore throats…ugh. Maybe Sucrets would do the trick.

  88. Brittney House says

    I gargle warm salt water.

  89. Hot tea with lemon

  90. I like using tea with lemon and honey for a sore throat.
    beckytag618 at gmail dot com

  91. A cup of tea, a couple aspirin, and I head to bed to get a little extra sleep so I can kick whatever it is that I’m catching.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

  92. Hall’s cherry cough drops!

  93. I gargle with warm salt water.

  94. I drink luke warm herbal tea with heavy honey. reejen at comcast dot net

  95. kathy pease says

    i usually gargle with salt water it seems to relieve the soreness

  96. I love hot and sour Chinese soup when I have a sore throat the heat is soothing and the spice helps clear my head.

    ezmerelda at mail dot com

  97. Jessica Rose says

    Gargle warm salt water!

  98. Usually we make hot tea or a warm salt water gargle.

  99. I drink tea.

  100. I drink warm milk with honey after taking a cough drop.

  101. Charlene Kuser says

    My method for re leaving a sore throat is drinking tea with honey and lemon

  102. Pamela Johnson says

    Tea with honey

  103. I like to use tea with honey or brandy. Thank you so much for this opportunity to win.

  104. I use warm water and salt to help ease a sore throat.

  105. Honey, and if that doesn’t work, pain medication!

  106. Maria Gabriel says

    Gargling some mouth wash usually works.

  107. Marcy Strahan says

    I often drink a herbal tea with honey & lemon for a sore throat if I do not have any medicine handy!

  108. Thanks for the giveaway…gargling with warm salt water, taking a dose of tylenol or aspirin, and drinking hot green tea with lemon & honey are our usual first responses to sore throat symptoms.

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

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