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February 2020: Average Pharmacy Prices for Cialis Daily and Tadalafil Daily

As the average price of Cialis daily inched up slightly in February 2020, the price of its generic equivalent, tadalafil daily, went down sharply. 

February 2020 saw the average price of Cialis daily inch slightly higher even as the price of its generic equivalent, tadalafil daily, fell sharply. These divergent price trends were reflected in Secure Medical’s monthly review of selected prescription drug prices.

Cialis daily and tadalafil daily differ from all the other erectile dysfunction medications on the market in that they are designed for daily use and promise that users who take them faithfully should be able to get and keep an erection whenever the time is right. The other ED drugs are considered medications to be taken on-demand or on an as-needed basis, usually an hour or so before the anticipated start of sexual activity.

How These Drugs Work

Like the other ED drugs, known collectively as PDE5 inhibitors, Cialis daily and tadalafil daily work by improving blood flow to the penis, an insufficiency of which is the biggest cause of male impotence. Tadalafil, which is both the active ingredient and generic equivalent of both Cialis daily and Cialis as-needed, has an extraordinarily long half-life — 17.5 hours — that is far longer than any of its competitors.

In February 2020, the average price of 5 mg Cialis daily rose to $13.89, a 0.9 percent increase from its price of $13.76 in January. Because these drugs must be taken daily to produce the desired results, the average monthly cost of 5 mg Cialis daily would be $415.80.

Drugs Can Be Split

For men who get the desired results from Cialis daily at a dose of only 2.5 mg, the overall monthly cost could conceivably be reduced to $207.90 by splitting the 5 mg tablets in half to yield 2.5 mg doses at half the price.

While the price of Cialis daily inched up slightly, the average price of 5 mg tadalafil daily fell 23 percent from $4.18 in January to $3.22 in February. At a daily dose of 5 mg, the monthly cost would be about $96.60, while the cost of 2.5 mg daily would be about $48.30 a month. In either case, getting medication-facilitated erectile function 24/7 at those prices is clearly a bargain.

Comparisons to Mid-2019

Taking a somewhat longer view, the average prices of both Cialis daily and tadalafil daily were down significantly from their levels in July 2019. Cialis daily’s average price of $13.89 in February 2020 was down 15.6 percent for July’s price of $16.46.

The downward trend in the price of tadalafil daily was even more dramatic than that of Cialis daily. The generic’s price per 5 mg tablet dropped from $7.61 in July 2019 to $3.22 in February 2020, a decline of 57.7 percent.

Consider Ordering Online

For those who prefer the convenience and privacy of ordering their ED drugs online, both Cialis daily and tadalafil daily, as well as all other brand-name and generic ED medications, are available from eDrugstore.com. Based in Tempe, Arizona, eDrugstore posts prices that cover not just the drugs themselves but a bundle of time- and money-saving services as well.

Shipping and handling are free, which eliminates the hassle of trips to and from the local pharmacy. If you don’t have a doctor’s prescription, eDrugstore’s complimentary online consultation service has got you covered. It will match you up online with a physician licensed to practice in your state. If the doctor decides that you’re an appropriate candidate for an ED drug, a prescription will be authorized. To learn more, visit eDrugstore’s Erectile Dysfunction page.

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