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Prices of Stendra at Major Pharmacies: Updated August 2019

Use our price guide to find the lowest prices available for Stendra, the most recent of the brand-name erectile dysfunction drugs to come to market in the United States. Here are the latest prices at both conventional and online U.S. pharmacies.

Stendra, the last of the brand-name erectile dysfunction drugs to win approval by the Food and Drug Administration, is a relatively fast-acting medication that is taken as needed. Its effects usually last for up to six hours, slightly longer than Viagra or Levitra.

Our price guide offers an overview of currently posted prices for Stendra at major pharmacies across the United States. Included in the list are conventional retail outlets that operate out of brick-and-mortar stores, as well as online at eDrugstore.

  • CVS, $73.27 for a 100-milligram Stendra tablet
  • Walgreens, $70.58
  • Walmart, $73.52
  • Rite Aid, $73.52
  • Kroger, $73.00
  • Target (owned by CVS), $73.27
  • Publix, $75.25
  • Costco, $71.97
  • Meijer, $73.00
  • Hy-Vee, $73.00
  • Medicine Shoppe International, $73.96
  • Winn-Dixie, $66.07
  • Stop & Shop, $73.00
  • Giant Food Stores, $73.00
  • eDrugstore (online), $78.26

You can see the pricing data at a glance in the following chart:

Winn-Dixie Has Lowest Price

Among conventional pharmacies, the lowest price for Stendra — $66.07 per 100-milligram tablet — is available at Winn-Dixie supermarkets, found mostly in the Southeastern United States. At $70.58 per 100-milligram tablet, Walgreens offers the next lowest price for the drug.

If you’d prefer to order your Stendra from an online pharmacy, it’s available for $78.26 from Arizona-based eDrugstore.com.

Online vs. Conventional Pharmacies

In comparing prices between conventional pharmacies and online facilitators such as eDrugstore, it’s important to take into consideration the savings in time and money you can realize by ordering online. You won’t have to travel to and from the pharmacy, nor will you have to find a way to occupy yourself for the 30 to 45 minutes it will likely take to have the prescription filled.

For those who don’t have a prescription from their own doctor, eDrugstore offers to set up a complimentary online consultation with a licensed U.S. physician. If the doctor determines that you are an appropriate candidate for the drug, a prescription will be authorized. All at no cost to you. That can represent a significant savings. Free shipping is yet another attractive feature of dealing with eDrugstore.

No Generic Version Available

As previously noted, Stendra is the most recent of the brand-name ED medications to win FDA approval, having cleared that hurdle in 2012. Because it’s a relatively recent addition to the market, no generic equivalent is yet available, and it will probably be a few more years at least before one is introduced. Stendra’s active ingredient is avanafil, a PDE5 inhibitor that improves blood flow to the penis by temporarily sidelining an enzyme known as phosphodiesterase-5.

This price guide to Stendra is one of the latest of a series of such price updates that will be appearing in our blog for the foreseeable future. To ensure that you stay on top of current pricing trends on such popular lifestyle drugs as ED medications, hair-loss and weight-loss drugs, and antiviral agents, follow the eDrugstore blog on a regular basis.

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The most comprehensive online selection of ED drugs — both brand-name and generic — is available at eDrugstore.com, an online facilitator that’s been in business since the late 1990s. Also available are a limited selection of other popular lifestyle medications. Based in Tempe, Arizona, eDrugstore sells only FDA-approved medications, all of which are sourced from licensed U.S. pharmacies. To learn more, visit eDrugstore’s Erectile Dysfunction page.


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+