Quit Smoking! 7 day Nicorette Patches (Step1, 2 & 3) reduced by 50% in store @ Superdrug. Possible further 10% off - HotUKDeals
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If your trying to quit smoking like me, you'll be glad to hear that Superdrugs have reduced the price of their Nicorette Patches by 50%

These are the 16hr patches

Step 1 - 15mg @ £7.14
Step 2 - 10mg @ £6.49
Step 3 - 5 mg @ £6.50

These patches are the standard beige type ones rather than the clear (prefer these as the clear ones leave me with a rash and itchiness)

Picked up 3no boxes of step one and was also given an invitation to fill in a survey online for a further 10% off in store. Ideal for buying in the next step of patches, for a further saving.

Before anyone mentions getting these from the GP, and paying for prescriptions with a prepay NHS card. I've done this in the past, but I can't be bothered with my GP anymore, I just can't get an appointment or find a convenient time with work commitments.

Anyway for all you quitters, good luck!
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#1
The best place to put these patches is over your mouth that should help... are they cheaper than smoking as they still seem quite expensive...
#2
Bexxa
The best place to put these patches is over your mouth that should help... are they cheaper than smoking as they still seem quite expensive...

In the long run .................these will turn out 2 b cheaper than the cigg.........
Good deal 4 those looking 4ward to quit.All the best
#3
Well if you think that the 15mg patches are for 10-20 a day smokers, a pack of 20 cigs are about £4.50 - £5 per day.

The 10mg are for smokers of 10 per day, 10 cigs will on average be between £2.50 - £3 per day.

So in context the patches work out much cheaper immediately, then there are the long term health and financial benefits. But I guess i'm bound to get the odd person commenting on smoking rollies with tobacco from abroad. Which I'm not condoning.
#4
get yourself on champix from the doctors, £7.20 for 2 weeks worth!
#5
paxrax
get yourself on champix from the doctors, £7.20 for 2 weeks worth!


Thought about it, but I'm not too keen on the endless list of side effects. A friend of mine was put on Champix recently after being warned that he had to stop smoking. He suffered from terrible depression, and has to take a lot of time off work now. He has stopped though. But after the news he got, I suppose he was growing a tail.
#6
well all i got was really vivid dreams, been great for the last week,sadly theyve subsided now!
#7
paxrax
well all i got was really vivid dreams, been great for the last week,sadly theyve subsided now!


I know exactly what you mean, Guess your on 24hr patches rather than 16hr. Had some really good ones (if you like Saw and Texas Chainsaw Massacre and that type of film) on the 24hrs, wish I could record them. ;-) I'd make a good Clive Baker or Ridley Scott (or is that Ron Jeremy?)

This is my first time on 16hr patches.
#8
go to the local anti-smoking nhs place

or i think poundland are doing some stuff - obviously for a quid, but i dunno what items cos i don't smoke dirty horrible tabs any more
#9
scrumpypaul
go to the local anti-smoking nhs place

or i think poundland are doing some stuff - obviously for a quid, but i dunno what items cos i don't smoke dirty horrible tabs any more


Ummm.... The stop smoking clinic request a prescription from your GP on your behalf, and to attend a stop smoking clinic (unless your company runs sessions) you need time off work (or the vast majority of us do)

Poundland are definitely doing patches for a quid. They may well be doing the lozenges or mints, which are cheap anyway.
banned#10
just go direct to your GP and get a months worth for £7.20

you dont have to go to any clinic
banned#11
dreamypuma;5240182
Ummm.... The stop smoking clinic request a prescription from your GP on your behalf, and to attend a stop smoking clinic (unless your company runs sessions) you need time off work (or the vast majority of us do)

Poundland are definitely doing patches for a quid. They may well be doing the lozenges or mints, which are cheap anyway.

I think you'll find the majority of people in the UK actually do NOT work. I think the working population is estimated to be around 29million and the population is around 62million
#12
the biggest problem with patches is that i find em really hard to light!!!! lol
#13
dreamypuma


Poundland are definitely doing patches for a quid. They may well be doing the lozenges or mints, which are cheap anyway.


I thought it was the bubble gum.
#14
I stopped smoking using the patches from boots you only pay one prescription fee for an 8 week course. You have to go in every week for the carbonmonoxide test, I'm normally in and out in 10mins so could be done on your lunch break or you can go in on the weekends. I dont pay for prescriptions so was free for me. Also Llyods chemists also offer this service and you dont need to be refered from your doctor for either.

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