prescription charges

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Re: prescription charges

Postby garetjax » Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:28 pm

smiler22 wrote:hi i got pre payment as i have a load of tablets to take every month. it has saved me loads. i did get help for health costs for starters but because my benefit went up they took it of me. in the health costs help so now have to pay for my own.

you cant beat a PPC they are really great value its saved me £££££££ thousands
if you do get one choose your own title you no mr mrs i ticked LORD & i insist they check it everytime i just like lording it LOL :lol:
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Re: prescription charges

Postby FluppyPuffy » Thu Oct 22, 2009 6:08 pm

I use a PPC as well, made a massive difference to what I need to pay each month. Also helps being able to pay for it over 10 months as well :D
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Re: prescription charges

Postby bookworm » Sun Nov 22, 2009 4:27 pm

gillshutt wrote:Everyone move to Wales... it's free here.

I'm on my way Gill, you put the kettle on, I'll bring the biccies :) :lol:

As a diabetic I don't pay which is good as I get a carrier bag full every month :yikes: :yikes: I dreads to think what that lot would cost :shock:
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