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Nicotinell 21mg / 24 Hour Patch Step 1 Patch 7 Day Supply £6.99 (£14.66)@ Lloyds Pharmacy Instore
Nicotinell 21mg / 24 Hour Patch Step 1 Patch 7 Day Supply £6.99 (£14.66)@ Lloyds Pharmacy Instore

Nicotinell 21mg / 24 Hour Patch Step 1 Patch 7 Day Supply £6.99 (£14.66)@ Lloyds Pharmacy Instore

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For just £1 a day it is now cheaper than ever to give up smoking. One week of patches is nearly the same cost as one pack of cigarettes so you are not only saving your health but you are also saving shed loads of money!

Both 21 and 14mg patches available at £6.99
If ordering online then is a delivery charge of £3.95, less than 1 packet of cigs.
What are you waiting for?

If you smoke more than 20 cigarettes per day, use Step 1 Nicotinell TTS 30 (21mg/24 hour) patches. If you smoke less than 20 cigarettes per day or you have completed Step 1, use Nicotinell TTS 20 (14mg/24 hour) patches. If you have completed Step 2, use Step 3 Nicotinell TTS 10 (7mg/24 hour) patches. Do not start the patch programme at Step 3.
If you need advice before starting to use nicotine patches, talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.

I gave up just over a year ago but i still wear the patches when i feel the need. I also noticed that without the patches i eat more. weight gain from giving up smoking is one of the main reasons why a lot of people start smoing again but as the patches take away the cravings you do not feel the need to eat to compensate.

If you have a private prescription you can get the patches for £1.50-£1.60


In Yesterdays News Of The World there is a voucher to buy niquitin Clear for just £5 at Lloyds Pharmacy, thats £10.54 off!

4 Comments

Original Poster Banned

No smokers on hotdeals?

Original Poster Banned

Maybe i should have found some cheap eastern european fags for £1 lol

I went into my local Lloyds last year and asked for patches and I got the whole 12 weeks worth free... all I had to do was come back every week to get a new packet... never smoked again

Original Poster Banned

I think you can get one free pack from a government scheme at the moment but one pack isnt going to do a lot on its own. I remember something from last year where you got a free course, that must be what you got.

Do you still need to wear patches or are you ok wiithout them?
Well done for giving up though.
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