To assist users of in making objective price comparisons and more informed drug purchasing decisions, we have provided a list of links to online pharmacies and other retailers that sell prescription drugs.

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  • To purchase a prescription drug from any online retailer, you must have a valid, up-to-date prescription from a physician. All decisions concerning prescription drugs should be made in consultation with a licensed physician. No changes to your medications should be made without physician approval. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of all medical conditions.


The following sites have the VIPPS seal. VIPPS stands for Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Site. The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy gives out the VIPPS seal.



Below are the states with drug price comparison websites.

These state websites pick a list of commonly used (mostly brand-name) drugs and then compare prices for all or almost all pharmacies in the state. Some states (for example, New York) even require pharmacies to provide consumers with printouts of the retail prices of commonly prescribed drugs.


If you are ordering prescriptions from Canada, make sure the site you choose is certified by the Canadian International Pharmacy Association.

CIPA is the only national association of international pharmacies in Canada. They are licensed brick-and-mortar pharmacies that fill prescriptions for both Canadian and U.S. patients.