How to Buy Real Viagra Pills Online and Save Large

Okay, even those lucky people who have never experienced erection problems know what Viagra is. Moreover, these days almost everyone knows that this medication can cost an arm and a leg if you just go to the local pharmacy to fill your prescription for Viagra. So, it’s obvious that buying Viagra pills online is the right way to do it. But how to do it the right way so you don’t get cheated by all of the scam artists out there on the World Wide Web? How to make sure you’re buying the real pill? Keep reading this post to find out!

Viagra Pills: Buying the Real Stuff

A little disclaimer straight from the start: there are at least two types of Viagra pills that you should be aware of. The first is the brand-name Pfizer pill – the iconic blue magic tablet that costs from $20 upward in the United States and is the only option you can get in regular land-based pharmacies.

The second type that I feel I just have to mention here is generic Viagra. Yes, dear skeptics, I know that ‘there is no such thing as generic Viagra’ and it would be only right to call it generic sildenafil but… WTF, it’s identical to the name brand stuff (if you choose the manufacturer right) and it works just as good, so I reserve the right to call it whatever I want. Generic Viagra, so be it.

What does a Viagra pill look like when you’re after the Pfizer tabs? I guess everyone already knows that – those bright blue diamond-shaped pills are everywhere already – on billboards, in magazines, even on TV during the Super Bowl… Oh, there should also be the word ‘Pfizer’ imprinted on one side of the pill, right. But what do the generic pills look like? That’s actually a very interesting question, one without a definitive answer. I can’t even name a generic Viagra pill color because there are so many. See, generic Viagra (sildenafil) is manufactured by so many pharmaceutical companies. Some of them try to partially copy the style of the original drug, some produce totally nondescript round white or yellowish pills.

Since there is no way to tell what the ‘right version’ of generic Viagra looks like, I will just name a few reliable manufacturers and brands – the rest is for you and Google almighty. So, if you want the generic stuff that works, try Kamagra by Ajanta Pharma, Suhagra by Cipla, sildenafil by Mylan, Sandoz, Teva, Actavis or Accord. Fun fact: some countries even have generic sildenafil by Pfizer – it costs significantly less that Viagra but is produced by the exact same manufacturer. Crazy stuff! Of course, the list of above is anything but full – there are at least a few dozen trustworthy brands and manufacturers around the world, but I decided to just include a few I’m 100% confident about.

Cheap Viagra Pills: Where to Get Them?

Now that you know what you’re looking for, let me show you a few reliable ways to find it. Cheap Viagra is all over the Web now – the websites selling it are in junk mail in your Spam folder, in Google ads, in social networks, you name it. But how do you choose the ones that offer decent prices and sell the products that work? Well, there are a few super-simple rules that you should follow in order to separate the good pharmacies from the bad ones.

First and foremost, if you want to be absolutely sure about the quality of the ED medication you’re purchasing, Viagra.com is the website to go to. Of course, Viagra pill price is just exorbitant there but… Luckily, first-time customers are offered a 50% discount coupon for a year’s supply of Viagra there! Sure, you need to meet a few requirements to qualify for that and the final price of Viagra per pill will still be somewhat too high but at least that’s something.

If you decide to go for the online pharmacy that sells generic sildenafil, be ready to save large – but not too large! A reasonable generic Viagra cost per pill is around $0.8 to $2. Some foreign drugstores also sell brand-name Viagra for $7 to $10 and that’s anything but a scam – that’s really what Viagra costs in some countries. Anyway, if you decide to buy from there, take the time to find all the available background information about the site you’re planning to be purchasing from. Do they have a physical address somewhere? Do they have enough positive customer reviews that look real? Do they offer some kind of warranty? If the answers to all three of these questions are positive, then you should be safe.

Oh, and don’t forget about the free trial coupons that you can find every here and there online. A typical example would be a ‘Viagra coupon 3 free pills’ or a power pack containing 3 to 5 different ED pills for you to compare. You will probably have to order something to qualify for that special offer but don’t be afraid of that – if you’re sure the pharmacy giving this stuff away is reliable (see the criteria above), then go ahead and grab that bonus.

I sincerely hope that this short article managed to answer a few of the questions you have about Viagra and ways to save on it. I really hope to get more detailed in one of the following posts, so stay tuned!