If you use baby aspirin, that is 81 mg aspirin, for heart health, there’s a way to get it cheap at some stores. If you have heart disease in your family or just want to take low dose 81 mg aspirin for preventative measures, that means you take one pill a day. Over time, the cost can add up.
Most medicines contain the same ingredients so why not buy the cheaper version? To find cheap 81 mg aspirin, check the pharmacy at the grocery store or other store. Go to the counter and ask the pharmacist if they sell baby aspirin behind the counter. Many large grocery chains do. And the cost is significantly less than even the generic or store brand bottle of baby aspirin that is out on the shelf.
I recently bought a bottle of low dose 81 mg (NSAID) pain reliever, delayed-release Enteric-coated aspirin that contains 120 tablets for $1.54. That’s right! That works out to just 51 cents a month or 1.3 cents per day per tablet.
Take care of your health; drink plenty of water while hiking and biking.