Cut-Price Viagra Coming To Tesco

Tesco has announced it is to start selling cut-price Viagra over the counter, making it the first UK supermarket to offer the anti-impotence drug.
From next Monday, the distinctive blue tablets will be available at 300 Tesco in-store pharmacies at a price of £52 for a pack of eight.
By comparison, Boots – the only UK retailer that currently offers over the counter Viagra – charges £55 for four tablets.
The new Tesco service will be available to men with erectile dysfunction (ED) aged between 40 and 65 who don’t have a prescription from their GP.
But they will first have to complete a questionnaire and undergo blood pressure and cholesterol tests, and a diabetes screening.
Men with abnormal glucose, blood pressure or cholesterol levels may be refused the drug.
Shona Scott, Tesco’s commercial manager for pharmacy services, said: “Tesco’s will be the cheapest service in the country for those who don’t have a private prescription from their GP.”
“At the moment only Boots offer a similar service – for which they charge £55 for just four tablets.”