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For anyone out there considering purchasing drugs from Canada, this link has about 40 links to multiple pharmacies to compare prices. The best part of comparing prices in Canada, is that you can input the drug, dosage and it will instantly give you the price for brand and generic if available.
When I did my search, since I had 3 expensive drugs to buy, I did a comparison of all 3 drugs total. The lowest was $263 from Canadapharmacyonline. The highest amount was $409 for all 3. Also, my husbands script was for 2 drugs on 1 script, so that may have been a problem just getting one from one pharmacy and the other from another. Granted we could have called the doctors office and asked that they write 2 different scripts, but from the comparision of prices in most cases was not that much difference.
To pay $263 for 3 months RX vs paying $464 for only a 30 day supply is mind boggling to say the least. Or put another way, we will now pay $1,052 for a years supply vs paying $5,568 a year by buying US. With the other drugs he takes, in the year 2008, we paid over $7K and this year can breath a little bit.
Of all the sites that I compared prices, I can find none that sell 170 vs 180 and any that can sell as cheap as your $.52 cents a pill. The cost for Lipitor generic is an avg of $1.32 a pill or in our case since we cut in half the 80 mg to get the 40 mg, it would cost $.68 cents a pill.
What pharmacy did you use to get that low price?