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Which CIPA pharmacy has the lowest price for QVAR inhalers and Ventolin HFA inhalers?

 

Question:
Which CIPA pharmacy has the lowest price for QVAR 80 mcg inhalers and Ventolin HFA 90 mcg inhalers?

Answer:

Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) membership is open to qualifying Canadian pharmacies, ones that sell medication online and work with partner pharmacies in other countries. CIPA is a trade association of Canadian pharmacies that has online pharmacy standards similar but not identical to PharmacyChecker.com.

 

Many—but not all—CIPA members are in the PharmacyChecker Verification Program. The converse is true as well. See PharmacyChecker's standards for online pharmacy practice.

 

QVAR Prices

 

PharmacyChecker.com provides price comparisons among verified international online pharmacies that sell QVAR 40 mcg, QVAR 50 mcg, and QVAR 100 mcg for much less than your local pharmacy. One QVAR 40 mcg inhaler is around $50 internationally, which you can see when you compare prices among PharmacyChecker-verified pharmacies. In the U.S., one inhaler is around $150 with a discount coupon. That means you can save up to 70% by ordering your inhalers online

 

Compare Prices for QVAR on PharmacyChecker.com

 

Ventolin Prices

 

Ventolin HFA 90 mcg is also available through PharmacyChecker-verified international online pharmacies. The average price in the U.S. is $71.28 per inhaler. You can find Ventolin HFA 90 mcg for as little as $0.07 per dose.

 

Compare Prices for Ventolin on PharmacyChecker.com

 

Alternatively, to view PharmacyChecker-verified international online pharmacies and compare prices for QVAR and Ventolin, enter the drug name in the "Compare Drug Prices" box, click on the search icon, then follow the prompts to a list of pharmacies that offer it. 

 

If you are unsure whether an online pharmacy is PharmacyChecker-verified, please contact PharmacyChecker.com before placing an order. You can see an example of PharmacyChecker.com's seal below. 

 

 

Published 1/22/2018




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