Sildenafil Citrate Coupons & Prices

Sildenafil Citrate Coupons & Prices

(Generic Viagra)

Sildenafil Citrate (also known as generic Viagra) is a prescription drug used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. It may also be used to treat a serious heart and lung condition known as pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Sildenafil Citrate is manufactured by Pfizer, Teva  Pharmaceuticals and many other generic manufacturers. The average retail price of Sildenafil Citrate is around $132.99 for 2, 100MG Tablet. You can save on this total by using a Sildenafil Citrate coupon from SingleCare. Our free coupons are valid at participating pharmacies across the United States, such as CVS Pharmacy, Walmart, Kroger, and Alpha XR among others.

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5 Tablet20mgEdit

1.86 mi. away

$ 30.06

4.79 mi. away

$ 30.06

1.16 mi. away

$ 48.06

CVS cards must be used at CVS pharmacies. Not valid at any other pharmacy.

1.57 mi. away

$ 57.51

Walmart cards must be used at Walmart pharmacies. Not valid at any other pharmacy.

1.95 mi. away

$ 57.51

Walmart cards must be used at Walmart pharmacies. Not valid at any other pharmacy.

2.17 mi. away

$ 59.73

1.15 mi. away

$ 70.69

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Sildenafil Citrate (also known as generic Viagra) is a prescription drug used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. It may also be used to treat a serious heart and lung condition known as pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Sildenafil Citrate is manufactured by Pfizer, Teva  Pharmaceuticals and many other generic manufacturers. The average retail price of Sildenafil Citrate is around $132.99 for 2, 100MG Tablet. You can save on this total by using a Sildenafil Citrate coupon from SingleCare. Our free coupons are valid at participating pharmacies across the United States, such as CVS Pharmacy, Walmart, Kroger, and Alpha XR among others.

Sildenafil Citrate Price History & Information

Price History for Viagra (Brand) & Sildenafil Citrate (Generic)

2 Count, 100MG
  • Average Viagra Retail Price
  • Average Sildenafil Citrate Retail Price
  • Average Sildenafil Citrate SingleCare Price

Average 12 Month Prices for Viagra (Brand) & Sildenafil Citrate (Generic)

2 Count, 100MG
PharmacyViagra Retail PriceSildenafil Citrate Retail PriceSildenafil Citrate SingleCare Price
CVS Pharmacy$156.80$92.20$49.04
Walmart$177.54$57.79$41.34
Alpha XR$181.43$93.49$42.28
Kroger Pharmacy$202.61$133.00$24.95
Albertsons Pharmacy$165.38$25.76$23.73
Rite Aid Pharmacy$200.16$112.76$38.91

Sildenafil Citrate FAQs

Medically reviewed by Kristi C. TorresPharm.D.

How much does Sildenafil Citrate cost without insurance?

Without health insurance, uninsured customers may pay as much as $132.99 for their Sildenafil Citrate prescription of 2, 100MG Tablet. To save on this cash price, you can use a Sildenafil Citrate coupon from SingleCare and pay only $30.06 for your Sildenafil Citrate prescription fill. SingleCare savings are redeemable at many local pharmacies.

How much does Sildenafil Citrate cost with insurance?

Your copay for Sildenafil Citrate with insurance will depend on your healthcare plan, its drug formulary, and the quantity and strength of Sildenafil Citrate that you need. Prescription prices vary across insurance plans, but a pharmacist or insurance agent can help you calculate your exact Sildenafil Citrate cost with health insurance.

It's important to always ask your pharmacist what the cash price of Sildenafil Citrate is, as it may be cheaper than your insurance copay. The cash price of Sildenafil Citrate should be approximately $132.99.

To save even more money on Sildenafil Citrate, present your Sildenafil Citrate discount card from SingleCare to your pharmacist. This coupon could reduce the cash price of Sildenafil Citrate to $30.06 per 2, 100MG Tablet. Repeat this process for all of your prescription drugs and save up to 80% on medication.

Does Medicare cover Sildenafil Citrate and how much does it cost?

Sildenafil Citrate is commonly covered by Medicare, including Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans. However, your out-of-pocket costs for Sildenafil Citrate with Medicare could be as high as $132.99.

At $30.06, using a SingleCare savings card could be a more affordable option. Continue saving by presenting this card at participating pharmacies each time you pick up a Sildenafil Citrate refill.

How to save on Sildenafil Citrate

HealthWell Foundation is a Sildenafil Citrate patient assistance program that offers free or discounted access to Sildenafil Citrate. Most patient assistance programs have certain eligibility requirements, so contact this program directly to learn how you can apply.

Teva Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer are manufacturers of Sildenafil Citrate. Contact either of these companies directly for health information and to find out about Sildenafil Citrate manufacturer coupons, rebates, and free trials.

SingleCare can help you to save on prescription drugs like Sildenafil Citrate with our free discount coupons. These coupons are always free, reusable, and available to all pharmacy customers regardless of insurance plan or income status. Customers can save as much as 80% on prescription drugs. For example, you could spend as little as $30.06 on your Sildenafil Citrate purchase.

Is there a brand name of Sildenafil Citrate?

Sildenafil Citrate is a generic drug. Brand-name versions of this medication include Viagra and Revatio. You can save money on any of these medications by searching SingleCare's website or mobile app. If you have trouble finding or using a SingleCare coupon, you can always call the phone number for customer support at 844-234-3057.

What is Sildenafil Citrate?

Sildenafil Citrate is a generic prescription medicine used to treat erection problems in men. This medication belongs to the drug class known as phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors (PDE5 inhibitors). Sildenafil Citrate works by preventing PDE5 from working too quickly, which causes erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil Citrate increases blood flow to the penis, allowing a man to get and maintain an erection.

Sildenafil Citrate is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension. Men or women may be prescribed Sildenafil Citrate to alleviate the symptoms of this heart and lung condition. Pulmonary hypertension is a form of high blood pressure that may occur between the lungs and heart. When this condition occurs the heart must work harder to pump enough blood through the lungs. Sildenafil Citrate treats this condition by relaxing the blood vessels, therefore, increasing blood flow.

What doses of Sildenafil Citrate are available?

The most common form of Sildenafil Citrate comes in the form of an oral tablet and should be used exactly as instructed by your healthcare provider. Do not use this medication in excess or more frequently than recommended by your doctor. Using too much of this drug may cause an increased risk of side effects.

In the treatment of erectile dysfunction, Sildenafil Citrate is often prescribed to be taken as needed. To be most effective, Sildenafil Citrate should be taken 30 to 60 minutes prior to sexual stimulation. It should not be taken more than once a day.

If used as an antihypertensive, 10 mg of Sildenafil Citrate is often prescribed to be taken up to three times a day. Each dose should be taken between four and six hours apart.

What are the side effects of Sildenafil Citrate?

Common side effects of Sildenafil Citrate may include dizziness, headaches, stomachaches, or flushing. An erection that lasts longer than four hours is a serious side effect of Sildenafil Citrate that requires medical attention.

A sudden decrease in hearing or ringing in the ears are rare but possible side effects of Sildenafil Citrate. Changes in your vision may also occur. This could include sensitivity to light, blurred vision, or trouble differentiating blue and green colors. Contact your doctor or pharmacist for professional medical advice if you experience adverse effects of Sildenafil Citrate.

Engaging in sexual activity may put additional strain on your heart, especially if you currently suffer from heart issues. Stop and seek immediate medical assistance if you have heart-related issues and you experience Sildenafil Citrate side effects such as severe dizziness, nausea, shortness of breath, or chest pain.

Does Sildenafil Citrate affect blood pressure?

Sildenafil Citrate is a vasodilator that is approved by the FDA to treat high blood pressure. By dilating the blood vessels in a patient's lungs, blood flow to the heart is improved. By lowering blood pressure, the lungs and heart can work better together. This could allow hypertensive patients to participate in activities and exercise that otherwise may not be safe for them.

Is Sildenafil Citrate as good as Viagra?

Sildenafil is the active ingredient in both Sildenafil Citrate and Viagra. Chemically, they are the same and should be equally effective. The main differences are their names and pricing. Generic drugs, like Sildenafil Citrate, are often cheaper than their brand-name counterparts (in this case, Viagra). If for some reason your doctor prefers you to use Viagra instead of Sildenafil Citrate, you can still save money on your prescription by using a Viagra coupon from SingleCare.

How long does it take for Sildenafil Citrate to take effect?

For erectile dysfunction, Sildenafil Citrate usually starts working within 30 minutes after use and it may continue to work for up to four hours. If your erection lasts longer than four hours, you should seek medical attention as Sildenafil Citrate could cause permanent erection problems. Do not take more Sildenafil Citrate than is prescribed. Your doctor will determine the right ED medication and dosage for you based on your symptoms, response to treatment, and other medications you are currently taking.

Is Sildenafil Citrate sold over the counter?

Sildenafil Citrate is available in the U.S. by prescription only. Schedule an appointment with your general practitioner to get started. If you are experiencing erection problems, your GP may refer you to a specialist in urology called a urologist. If you have been diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension, you may be referred to a cardiologist.