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Fiance is in the army and we are getting married in one one month

With Standard you have a yearly deductible and then a co-pay for each visit. The doctor has to be approved BY Tricare, not just accepting of Tricare. So you need first check to see if the doctor you are going to is accepted by them. You can go to to find out. With Prime there is no cost to you at all, if you are not within 50 miles of a base/post then you can do Prime Remote where there is no co-pay as well. But there is more limits on providers. If you are by a base/post then you will be assigned a Primary Care Manager (PCM) at the Military Treatment Facility (MTF) there. They can sometimes refer you out to an approved civilian provider if they do not have the means or the staff for you case. With Prime it doesn't start immediately if you enroll before the 20th then it starts on the 1st of the next month; after the 20th it doesnt start until the 1st of the following month, until they you are covered under Standard. You also need a Military ID for Prime

If you wish to stay with your current doc and he/she is approved then you do have to pay but it can be worth it.

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midnight club dlc one one month wait?!?!?!?

midnight club dlc one one month wait?!?!?!?

Yes it's true, according to Kotaku.

2 questions rolled into one,one about christmas and one about my 17 month old?

2 questions rolled into one,one about christmas and one about my 17 month old?

My son was 18 months old last Xmas and we got him an Aqua Doodle - he loved it and of course figured it out right away. I'll be honest, though he did prefer drawing on it not with the invisible pen it comes with, but with normal crayons and texta's - but if you buy Crayola or another brand that is non toxic and water proof, it washes off easy. He's 2½ now and still loves playing with it.

I'll be spending about $500 - $300 on a swing set that I have had on lay-by for since July, so have nearly paid off, and about $100 each per child. They will be both be getting lots of new clothes and practical things like sippy cups and new bed sheets. They have bazillions of toys :P

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