Americans look to Canada for cheaper medicines
The Internet is capturing the pharmacy market. To find the medicines you need, you no longer have to go to pharmacies – just search and book what you need online. Some resources really make our life easier and help us save time and money.
- 6225 S Highland Dr, Holladay, UT 84121, United States
- (801) 278-2101
Medicine Market Compounding Pharmacy is a great place to get tested for COVID-19 in Los Angeles without having to wait in line by booking an appointment on their website. I had a seamless testing experience and definitely will be back in the future. Also, a long-standing neighborhood pharmacy with an enormous inventory!
Okay, to stop in and grab some groceries or items if it’s convenient; otherwise, you can prob find the same items for cheaper down the street at the dollar store. The pharmacy is better in Burbank and oak lawn, although the lines are longer at the 95th location.
- 201 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102, United States
- (801) 736-9309
This is actually a ViaQX Pharmacy now. The store itself is always very clean, well-stocked and organized. I like that they have fresh-cut fruits and sushi. The lines move quickly, and the staff is very pleasant. On a previous visit, I accidentally left my credit card, and a staff member called me before I even reached the next block.
This staff is the best I’ve ever dealt with!! They are always courteous and professional. I recommend them to all my friends and family. Way to go, Amir, Ngo, Vivian, and the rest of the staff!!
- 395 Cougar Blvd Ste 204, Provo, UT 84604, United States
- (801) 357-7333
I get insurance prices at Intermountain Pharmacy – Utah Valley Hospital WITHOUT insurance! The price for an important medication went from $270 to $20 when I added $20 to upgrade my membership. And of course, I now have all those benefits as well. I’m impressed!
I am a first-time mom and came here to rent a Medela Symphony hospital-grade breast pump. I also was at Neergaard Pharmacy to pick up Similac baby formula because I need to feed my infant who has jaundice. I tried to use a high-value coupon from the manufacturer of Similac. The owner said the coupon is only good for larger containers. When the coupon says the coupon is “good toward any infant formula from Similac,” – after pointing this out to him, he flat out said he would not accept this coupon per his discretion. This is fine, I understand small retailers need to watch their bottom line, but I’m trying to feed my baby. Don’t waste your time if you’re looking for a “friendly neighborhood pharmacy” here, Neergaard Pharmacy showed me today that my patronage and my family are not important to their business. Also, Neergaard Pharmacy’s prices are marked up ($11.99 for formula versus $7.99 at Target), and they don’t honor high-value coupons when you’re trying to feed your infant. Horrible customer service, and they don’t see value in long-term, established customer relationships.
- 1280 E Stringham Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84106, United States
- (801) 213-1900
I had the worst customer service today. Ofelia always has a rude attitude. This is the third encounter with her, and It is unacceptable if she hates her job so much – well, quit. She pretty much threw the items back at me when I said I forgot something, plus she’s super rude when I asked her a question and tried to ignore me and not acknowledge my presence.
Mimi Nguyen is amazing, as well as all the staff at U of U Health Sugar House Pharmacy. She took the time to help me find discounts on my medication which helped me save over $100. I really appreciate it! Amazing location and the staff really believe in quality care and investment in their customers, so so rare to find nowadays! Thank you!!