This way meds that, if paid as and when, would set me back in the region of £250, actually cost just under £60.
This will only work if you are pretty stable and your needs don't change much ... and the surgery either don't mind or don't notice!
I think it would still pay you to do it monthly by DD and it just continues on every year unless you stop it - you do get two months free as well!
If you pay the prepayment monthly though foggy, it also covers you for any unforseen charges as well such as antibiotics or the like.
This is true, Jan. But the (hopefully) odd time I will need something extra in my 6 non-certificated months will still cost less than the £40- odd quid I am saving. Of course, at my age, this situation will have to be monitored [:D]
Having said that I do like the hassle free aspect of the monthly DD and will look into that .... because I am inherently lazy and it's also one less thing to worry about [:)]
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