Do you online pharmacies sell Atenolol, Levothyroxine, and Atorvastatin?
Yes, we list prices among verified online pharmacies, so you can conveniently compare drug prices among reputable international online pharmacies.
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All the medications that you are asking about are usually low-cost generics at local pharmacies in the U.S. For those of you who live in the U.S., going local might be the best option.
Atenolol is the generic version of brand-name drug Tenormin, which is used to treat high blood pressure. PharmacyChecker.com has prices for brand-name Tenormin and generic Atenolol. Currently, the lowest price listed for brand-name Tenormin 25 mg is $0.27/pill.
Local U.S. pharmacy prices can be as low as $4/month for Atenolol.
Atorvastatin, the generic version of Lipitor, is typically used to lower cholesterol, preventing heart attack or stroke. You can find Atorvastatin 10 mg for just $0.10/pill at verified online pharmacies listed on PharmacyChecker.com.
U.S. pharmacy prices for Atorvastatin 10 mg, 30 pills, are as low as $9.
Levothyroxine Sodium is the generic version of some popular brand-name drugs that treat hypothyroidism, such as Synthroid, Tirosint, and Levoxyl. The lowest price offered from a PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacy for Levothyroxine Sodium 100 mcg (0.1 mg) is currently $0.11/pill.
U.S. pharmacy prices for levothyroxine 100 mcg, 30 pills, are as low as $4.
Comparing Prices at Local U.S. Pharmacies
You can use PharmacyChecker.com to check prices at local U.S. pharmacies using the "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing" option on our website. Simply enter the drug name in the "Compare drug prices" box, follow the prompts, then click on "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing", located at the bottom of the page and enter your ZIP Code. If discount prices are available through pharmacies in your local area, you can select the pharmacy, print the discount card and bring to your local pharmacy with your prescription. Discount card prices are provided by and the responsibility of Discount Drug Network. The final price is set by your pharmacy.Updated November 26, 2019