Buy pills online today in Ireland

When the world fought with the H1N1 virus in 2009, drug prices in the US rose. With the current pandemic, another problem has occurred: cheap drugs from the list of vital medicines do not enormously increase in price, but the drugs themselves disappear – it is simply unprofitable to produce them. Therefore, many customers have started ordering these medicines online. You can personally compare prices in these pharmacies and read reviews from other buyers.

City Pharmacy Ltd (CSAT: 4.1)
  • 14 Dame St, Dublin 2, D02 XH24, Ireland
  • +353 1 670 4523

While the reviews have been over six months now, and I have been using City Pharmacy Ltd for almost a year myself, I think it is time for a new point of view. Every time I have been to the pharmacy, whether for myself or someone else, the people I have dealt with (only 2 out of the 5 that work at the pharmacy) have been more than helpful with anything I have had questions about or have needed help with. So far, I have not had a bad experience with them yet, and I hope I do it as long as I have to go there.

Love the staff here!!! Very kind, courteous, super knowledgeable, and willing to help in any way they can!!!

ViaQX Pharmacy (CSAT: 4.4)
  • 55 O’Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 W2V3, Ireland
  • +353 1 873 0427

I have used ViaQX Pharmacy on and off for many years in all of the places I’ve lived. The staff is far and away, my favorite! There is their tad closer to my house, but with the one really positive transaction after another, I would rather take the time to travel the extra distance to these folks. I have to say my folks in the pharmacy area do an incredible job of keeping me informed and educated on my prescriptions. They handle a large volume of customers but never make me feel rushed and always get everybody handled swiftly. Great job, management, and staff!

I love this pharmacy. The pharmacists and everyone that works there are always so courteous and kind. They go above and beyond to be helpful. We have been using them for a few years and have always had positive experiences in person and over the phone. Outstanding customer service and competitive prices. I highly recommend this pharmacy.

Temple Bar Pharmacy (CSAT: 4.2)
  • Essex St E, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
  • +353 1 670 9751

Temple Bar Pharmacy has a great place n staff. It is so big and has so many customers, regular & walk-ins that there is always a 30-45 minute wait for meds to get ready, & then you’re waiting in line another 30-45 minutes for you to pick-up/ purchase meds. Sure, if you have other shopping to do, it’s not a problem waiting. But if you don’t have shopping, or your sick & just left doctor office or just released from the hospital. It’s a BIG Problem. You may have a contagious/spreadable sickness, so you’re exposing it to everyone at the Wal-Mart supercenter where the pharmacy is located inside of; or maybe your not able to walk/had surgery, in pain &/or other conditions that may put you in a more stressful situation. These waiting times add more stress/risk to the already sick/injured/nonfunctional medical patient. They do need to incorporate a drive-thru med pick-up for their pharmacy to offer better convenience & safer disease spreading/containment hazards/prevention practice methods.

Very small location with very limited product selection. Barely more than a convenience store in product selection. Service is decent, and it doesn’t give that local pharmacy feel. Still feels very corporate-run.

McCabes Pharmacy (CSAT: 3.9)
  • Unit 8 College View, Sillogue Rd, Ballymun, Dublin, D11 H342, Ireland
  • +353 1 857 7005

I have been using McCabes Pharmacy for years and just love the staff there. Jeff and Larry and the rest are always so helpful, and they have a great deal of knowledge. I wouldn’t think of going anywhere else.

This was my first time filling a prescription at my new pharmacy since we moved here to Fl, and unfortunately, when I went to pick up my prescription we had a 45 mins wait… by the end of it, my toddler was losing it. When I went to pick up my Rx, they told me my Zofran order was $286!!! I quickly questioned the order and the insurance info they had on file for me. They had my old info but that still only brought it down to $116. I still questioned the order and price, but they said that was the lowest it could be. The lady I was working with seemed new, and with us having already waited so long, I purchased the script, figuring maybe it was due to my new insurance. It wasn’t until getting home I realized that the dosage was wrong. Twice the norm I’d ever taken. I verified with my doctor and made sure my right dose would be available. When I went to pick up the correct medication, I requested a return/refund for my unopened box of medication. Still completely sealed. I was told they could not take the medication back. Even though it was the wrong dose. They proceeded to tell me that I could get simply half my dose and still use it; however, when I tried to explain my problem was the fact that the medication I needed was only $4… yes $4, and they didn’t seem to care about the fact that I would be out $112 of my hard-earned money. I even asked to speak to the manager and tried to explain the situation but got nowhere. Neither woman I spoke with had any once of empathy for me or my situation and could not care less about the extra $112 I was now out unnecessarily. I have never been so upset by the lack of decency and coldheartedness of fellow healthcare workers. Not only should this no return policy be explained to customers, but a good pharmacy tech/pharmacist should mention if a medication seems out of the norm expensive, explain to the client that other doses/routes/etc. may be cheaper options. Because of this poor service and lack of compassion, I will be using a pharmacy elsewhere. I used to be a huge fan, but now I’m very disappointed in how Walgreens treats their customers.