Blueprint to Quit – a NEW Quit Smoking Solution + a Giveaway (10 Winners)

by Marcy on February 28, 2013 · 2 comments

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All teenagers rebel, right? Probably my biggest act of rebellion during my teenage years was smoking cigarettes. I can still remember learning how to inhale at our county fairgrounds at the age of 15. Somehow I am one of those lucky (rare?) people who never got addicted, but I continued to smoke socially until my mid-twenties. While I was fortunate enough not to get hooked, some of my friends weren’t so lucky. I have watched several of them struggle to quit over the years, and it isn’t pretty.

Did you know that the average quitter is only successful after their 7th try? This blew my mind. On the flip side, 85% of quit attempts are done without any support. Another tidbit that blew me away was that the average pack a day smoker can save up to $4000/year if they stop smoking! (according to That could buy a lot of groceries…a nice vacation…the list goes on and on!

For some, the thought of spending $4000/year on cigarettes is appalling. But tobacco cessation is complicated. Not only do smokers have to overcome the physical addiction to nicotine, they also have to overcome the psychological or emotional cravings for nicotine. Nicotine Replacement Therapy and Behavioral Support are two solutions to these problems. Nicorette and Nicoderm have put together The Blueprint to Quit program. This Walmart-exclusive program that addresses both issues – and gives smokers everything they need to quit smoking for good.

Here are a few highlights of the program:

Join QuitNet: QuitNet is a behavioral support community that you can join on its own or bundle with 14 different Nicorette or Nicoderm products. On this site, readers can get a $10 mail-in rebate for an online membership to QuitNet (a $39.99 value).
Get Educated by Experts: Watch videos of quit smoking experts and addiction specialists share their advice and tips about quitting smoking successfully.
Buy Now & Replenish: Purchase and replenish conveniently online

You can learn more about The Blueprint to Quit Program and why it can work for you here.

Also be sure to check out these man-on-the-street interviews (the video is short!). I know that this video gave me new perspective on how many smokers would really love to quit.

If you or someone you know would like to try this program out, it’s your lucky day! I have 10 QuitNet cards to give away to 10 lucky winners! So please be sure to share this with anyone who might be able to benefit!

What am I giving away?

10 winners will receive a QuitNet card (valued at $39.99) to get them started on the path to quitting smoking!

How can you win?

You can enter up to 4 times:

1) Visit the Blueprint to Quit site, watch a video and leave a comment here letting me know something that you learned from the video. (Note: Scroll to the bottom of this post and click “Post Comment”. You must be on my site – you can’t do this through a reader.)

2) Promote this on your Facebook Page. (Be sure to check out Stretching a Buck on Facebook!)

3) Subscribe to my feed or email newsletter and stay on top of all of the deals that I write about each week! If you already subscribe, please leave a separate comment letting me know that you are currently a subscriber (thank you!).

Who is eligible?

You must have a valid US address to be eligible.

When does this giveaway end?

Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 5 PM EST

The winners will be chosen via the random number generator at and will be notified via email. Please note that if I do not hear from the winners within 2 days that another winner will be chosen.

Good Luck!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Luncbox. All facts about smoking cessation listed above were provided to me. However, all opinions and personal stories expressed here are strictly my own. View my disclosure policy here.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Camiele March 7, 2013 at 3:58 PM

I learned that smoking is both a physical addiction and also a habit.

2 Camiele March 7, 2013 at 3:58 PM

I subscribe through a reader.

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