Amazon has reduced the price of Clearblue’s “triple check” pregnancy test. Originally £18.99, the three-pack of tests is now £10.90 on the site.
Elsewhere, Clearblue pregnancy tests will cost you £10.99 on eBay, £18.99 at Boots and £19 at Tesco. The package contains three tests to ensure that the result is correct.
The kit contains two Clearblue Ultra Early Pregnancy Tests and one Clearblue Pregnancy Test. The ultra early tests are your classic “plus sign in the window” sticks.
They can tell if you are pregnant a full six days before your missed period. The digital test then allows you to see how long you have been pregnant.
If you’re trying to conceive, Amazon also sells the Clearblue Ovulation Test for £19.44. The 10-pack tells you when you’re fertile, increasing your chances.
Triple Check tests 4 stars at Boots from 4 reviews and 4.5 stars from 1,436 reviews at Amazon. One person said “Do as it says on the box. I took a test with a different brand but was negative, wanted to try again because I had felt different, turns out I’m pregnant and can’t wait!”
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“But, of course, no pregnancy test is 100 percent perfect when using the digital one, it can be annoying when the screen is blank or the Book sign comes up etc, but other than that, literally, result-wise and all-around perfect you don’t have to worry about fakes positive results in my experience.
“But the money to have another test there to confirm is very comforting.” Of the negative comments, one person added, “The digital test didn’t work at all the screen never even came on.”
First Response also sell a triple checked pregnancy test for £13.11 – instead of telling you how far along they give you three types of test so you can be sure you’re expecting. The tests have a rating of 4.5 stars from 8,971 reviews.
You can get Clearblue ‘triple check’ pregnancy tests from Amazon, eBay, Boots and Tesco. You can get Clearblue Ultra Early Pregnancy Tests and Clearblue Pregnancy Tests from Boots, and Clearblue Ovulation Tests and First Response’s tests from Amazon.