Chronomics with Superdrug

Negative COVID-19 tests are now a necessary part of any travel itinerary. Get your full programme of government approved, non-intrusive tests from Chronomics - keeping you safe every step of your journey, stress-free.

Fully industry regulated and compliant

Why use Chronomics? Internationally accepted, simple, accurate

Step 1

Order your two- or three-test package from Chronomics using the special discounted rate for TUI customers.

Step 2

You'll receive your Rapid Antigen Test in the post, 7 days before you’re due to depart, so you can pack it in your luggage with you.

Step 3

Up to 72 hours before you are scheduled to fly back to the UK, take your Rapid Antigen Test according to the instructions included.


A simple digital dashboard to register and get your results

Step 5

We’ll send you a Day 2 PCR testing kit in the post for you to take, register online and return to us using the pre-paid postage provided.


CE marked for health, safety and environmental protection standards

Your certification

The documents we provide have all the details you need to travel.

Foreign travel advice

Get the most up-to-date information for travelling overseas from the UK here.

Who are Chronomics?

Founded in 2017 as an epigenetics company, we’ve got lots of experience analysing people’s biological samples to give them actionable information about their health. Now, we’re using that expertise to help in the fight against COVID-19.

Our range of COVID-19 testing kits include rapid lateral flow tests, antibody tests and one of the world’s first saliva tests for coronavirus. They’re fast, easily performed at home and our saliva PCR tests are as highly accurate as others that use uncomfortable swabs. It’s also simple to register online with pre-paid priority delivery included, so your results will be with you in plenty of time for travelling.

Our tests use cutting-edge, entirely safe technology that has been scientifically validated in the UK, the EU, the US and by the World Health Organisation (WHO).