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Cost of Levitra and Vardenafil at Meijer, Hy-Vee, and Medicine Shoppe

Meijer and Hy-Vee have the lowest price for Levitra, while the price for vardenafil is the same at all three conventional retailers. But the convenience and added-value services from might make online ordering the best deal for you.

Looking for the best prices for Levitra and its generic equivalent, vardenafil hydrochloride? Look no further. This blog post offers side-by-side comparisons of prices for those drugs at three major U.S. retailers. Meijer and Hy-Vee are supermarket chains that operate primarily in the Midwest, while Medicine Shoppe operates roughly 500 franchised pharmacies across 43 states.

The second of the oral erectile dysfunction drugs to make its debut in the United States, Levitra is in many respects similar to Viagra, the first such drug to be introduced. Both are on-demand medications that should be taken 30 to 60 minutes before the anticipated start of sexual activity. The effects of Levitra tend to last slightly longer than those of Viagra, but the difference is not all that significant.

Generic Levitra Debuted in 2018

Vardenafil hydrochloride is the active ingredient in Levitra, as well as the name under which Levitra’s generic equivalent is sold. First made available in the United States in the fall of 2018, generic Levitra acts the same as the brand-name drug but is less expensive.

This blog post includes not just the prices for Levitra and vardenafil at the three above-mentioned conventional retailers but also offers prices for those drugs at, a longtime online prescription service. This is for the benefit of consumers who find it difficult to fit the doctor’s visits and trips to the pharmacy into their busy schedules and would prefer the convenience of online ordering.

What Online Prices Represent

While eDrugstore’s prices for these pills are higher than those at the brick-and-mortar retailers, eDrugstore’s prices cover not only the drugs themselves but a number of added-value services as well. More about those a bit later.

Because pill-splitting has become an increasingly popular cost-cutting strategy with consumers, our chart reflects not just the currently posted prices for 20-milligram tablets of Levitra and vardenafil but also the cost per 10-milligram dose when those tablets are split in half.

Among the three conventional retailers, Meijer and Hy-Vee both post the same price for Levitra — $55.99 for a 20-milligram tablet, or $28 for a 10-milligram dose. Medicine Shoppe’s price for Levitra is only slightly higher at $56.43, or $28.22 per dose.

When it comes to vardenafil, you can take your pick among the three brick-and-mortar retailers as all have the same price — $18.20 for a 20-milligram tablet, or $9.10 per dose.

Online Price Gets You More

As previously noted, eDrugstore’s prices for Levitra and vardenafil are higher — $74.62 ($37.31) for Levitra and $70.98 ($35.49) for vardenafil. But for those prices, you’ll be getting not just the pills but some valuable extras as well.

By ordering online from eDrugstore, you’ll save yourself the hassle of trips to and from the drugstore, and you won’t have to wait around twiddling your thumbs while the pharmacist fills your prescription.

Free Doctor’s Consultation

To purchase either Levitra or vardenafil, you’ll need a prescription. If fitting a doctor’s visit into your schedule is difficult or even impossible, eDrugstore has a convenient and cost-saving solution for you. It will set up a complimentary online consultation with a licensed U.S. physician who will authorize a prescription if appropriate. This complimentary service represents a significant savings in both time and money.

If you decide eDrugstore is the way to go, your online order will be promptly filled, discreetly packaged, and shipped to you free of charge. As a token of its appreciation for your business, eDrugstore will enclose a free pill-splitter with all first orders. Not too shabby! To learn more, visit eDrugstore’s Erectile Dysfunction page to learn more.

Don Amerman has spent more than three decades in the business of writing and editing. During the last 15 years, his focus has been on freelance writing. For almost all of his writing, He has done all of his own research, both online and off, including telephone and face-to-face interviews where possible. Don Amerman on Google+