Pharmacists registered to sell PPCs can do so from here. We also offer guidance on selling PPCs and registering your pharmacy.
You can sell PPCs to customers for:
- £29.10 for 3 months
- £104 for 12 months
Register your pharmacy to sell PPCs
If you are not registered to sell PPCs, use our pharmacy registration form.
If you're a newly registered user, you can view our guide to selling a PPC (PDF: 470KB).
You should ask customers for certificate details as part of the terms of service.
If they do not have them, tick 'Evidence not seen' on the prescription. Do not charge them.
We prevent fraud by matching PPC details on our database with prescriptions.
Check whether the customer can get free prescriptions before making a sale. Remember people 60 or over get free prescriptions.
Certificate start dates
Certificates start on the date they're bought at the pharmacy unless they ask for a different start date.
A start date can be up to one month in the future or the past.
Refund of prescription charges
Patients may get a refund of NHS prescription charges if the certificate covers the date when the prescription charge was paid.
They cannot get a refund unless they get an NHS refund form (FP57) at the time.