Keep an eye on your bank account as the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will be giving out £150 to millions of UK residents from next week.
Over six million disabled people will receive the one-time Disability Cost of Living Payment over a two week window - with most payments arriving between 20 June to 4 July.
The payment is automatic and designed to support the extra cost of living for people with disabilities.
According to the DWP: "At a time when costs are rising for everyone, this payment recognises the extra costs disabled people in particular often face, such as care and mobility needs."
However, note that if it lands in your bank account and you're not eligible - the government has warned that you might be required to pay it back.
Not sure if the payment will be landing in your bank account? The DWP have said you have to already be getting paid a disability benefit from 1 April, 2023, to qualify.
Those who qualify may previously have been eligible for £301 this spring, will be eligible for a further £300 this autumn and £299 in spring 2024.
The gov.uk website states: "The £150 payment will be made on top of these Cost of Living Payments, with disabled people who wouldn’t qualify for the means-tested support, but who are in receipt of disability support, also receiving the payment."
It's designed for those who receive Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment, Attendance Allowance, Scottish Disability Benefits (Adult Disability Payment and Child Disability Payment), Armed Forces Independence Payment, Constant Attendance Allowance and War Pension Mobility Supplement.
There will also be another payment of £300 for pensioners due later this year, meaning some of the 'most vulnerable households' will receive up to £1,350 in direct Cost of Living Payments.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Mel Stride MP, explained: "This payment helps protect those who need our support the most, providing a vital financial boost to six million disabled people.
"Our multi-billion-pound package of support reinforces our commitment to help UK households with the rising cost of living. It comes on top of record increases to benefits and the national living wage."
Tom Pursglove MP, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, added: "We know the cost of living has gone up for disabled people, which is why we are taking action to reduce the financial pressures they face.
"This £150 Disability Cost of Living Payment is on top of up to £900 that most low-income benefit claimants will also receive, helping ensure the most vulnerable in our society are protected from rising costs during this challenging period."