Online pharmacies in New York City are a great option for those who want to maintain privacy, save money, and time. They offer convenient home delivery 24/7. People who find it difficult to leave the house can use the delivery in order not to miss any of the planned days of ED treatment.

Downtown Pharmacy (Google Rating: 4.3)

  • 165 William St, New York, NY 10038, United States
  • (212) 233-0333

I have used Downtown Pharmacy occasionally for the last five years, and it seems that the experience is always the same. They never have time for you and can never explain to you why everything is so out of their way, and I am so frustrated with the way I am treated. I have never been to a worse pharmacy. Please get some help for them. Nobody should be that miserable in their job. Please let someone improve the environment.

Worst pharmacy I have ever dealt with. A 77-year-old woman with a broken pelvis has been waiting on a walker for a week now almost. They also have no type of communication skills.

ED Means  Drugstore (Google Rating: 4.5)

  • 206 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10009, United States
  • (212) 253-8686

Moving to Jasper, I knew I wanted a local non-chain pharmacy, and ED Means Drugstore was where most ppl told me to go. Glad I did. The staff is always friendly and helpful, and they learn your name really fast! (And my kids love the one penny gumball machine).

My insurance company made me switch to Viaqx pharmacy. I’m on several medications for health reasons. So switching to a different pharmacy after over 10 years, the transition was kinda not going as planned. One pharmacy technician and a pharmacist went into details about why some of my meds weren’t coming upright. I had written a review earlier that wasn’t up to par. After the pharmacy manager Brian Teal noticed it, he sent me a personal email. Now I believe that everything is falling into place. Now that I’m armed with the information that I need to pass on to my doctor, everything should be good. Thank you to the staff and Brian Teal for fixing this for me. On the plus side, the pharmacy is less than a mile from my house. So if anything needs to be addressed, I’m not that far to come in.

Hudson Square Pharmacy (Google Rating: 4.0)

  • corner of, 345 Hudson Street, King St, New York, NY 10014, United States
  • (212) 989-1400

Hudson Square Pharmacy is very helpful, nice, and respectful. If there may be a problem, they will work on it right away to get it to fix.

They won’t tell you the price of the prescription with your insurance over the phone. Had all my info ready for her. All she would say is, “just bring it in.” Um, I’m sick. I don’t really feel like driving out there with my card, so you can write a couple of numbers down that I can tell you by phone.

Apotheco Pharmacy Manhattan (Google Rating: 4.9)

  • 462 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10016, United States
  • (212) 889-0022

Required to use pharmacy for maximum prescription coverage, which is a pain when sick and need meds fast, insurance didn’t cover, so didn’t fill it or call to see if wanted it without the coverage. Show up to pick up at the end of the day and told they hadn’t filled it yet. Waited 45 minutes for it to be filled.

Apotheco Pharmacy Manhattan is very friendly but seems to have a hard time getting them actually to get the RX from the doctor’s office. Which sucks cause cancer.