Top trusted pharmacies for men in Salt Lake City, Utah

Find out the best drugstores in Salt Lake City, where you can buy discounted medications. Which one to choose? Well, we can give you the top 4 of pharmacies with affordable prices and positive reviews.

1. Jolley’s Corner Pharmacy
Rating: 3.8 (20 reviews)

Jolley’s Corner Pharmacy rarely ever-busy here, but they have odd hours sometimes. The male pharmacist needs some social skills. I believe he’s the pharmacy manager.”

“TOM RX MGT IS GREAT! WE LIVE 5 MINUTES AWAY.  Island time/ hang loose! Only RX for 20 miles. We are a heavily impacted community, 90% SENIORS & DISABLED! Island time is whoever is next is next! The ferry to get here is only 14 minutes WITH A TWO – THREE HOUR WAIT. SAME THING HERE! Every 15 minutes, they get another wave of “hurry up !!!” I ask them when I may pick this up? Then I tell the techs tomorrow or Sunday will be fine. BE REASONABLE AND LEAVE HONEST FEEDBACK! NOT ONE PERSON FEELS GOOD THAT IS WHY THEY ARE THERE !! Draw your own opinion in April. They hired a few more and now have 5 cashiers and extra floor workers. Pay attention to the crowd. I never go in between 3 and 7. Just like the peak schedule!! I hate the ferry wait, so I only cross over well before or after rush hours. NOT HAPPY HOURS!!!”


2. Vrx Pharmacy
Rating: 4.4 (37 reviews)

“Went in Vrx Pharmacy yesterday for a flu shot around 1:30 pm. A white male, about 5’7″ wearing glasses, giving the shots, was very stressed. The phone rang, and he yelled at whoever that he was busy and to hold, and he aggressively slammed the phone down. He then began to address me and seemed almost out of control. The woman working with him appeared to be very uncomfortable with his behavior. He was very unprofessional and aggressive. No one should have to work with someone like that, especially if he is a boss. I left, came back later, and pulled my form.”

“Time and time again, the level of customer service is quite abysmal. Delays in filling prescriptions, not having sufficient supplies of medications, and failing to timely fulfill automatic refills are the norm.”


3. ViaQX Pharmacy
Rating: 4.3 (19 reviews)

“Not an extremely fancy place, but had good prices, and the staff was friendly. Love the old fashioned Soda fountain!! Makes you feel like you are traveling back in time to a now-gone Era! Very friendly staff!”

“Every year we go up to visit my mother-in-law, and we make our way to ViaQX online pharmacy to buy Viagra pills. It truly is a delightful place to go to, a real honest to goodness old fashioned drug store. They have everything I need. I highly recommend going there. “


4. Medical Center Pharmacy
Rating: 4.8 (5 reviews)

“I’ve been filling prescriptions at Lind’s since 1990 and don’t remember ever having had a problem unless it was a temporary shortage of something, and if that happened, it certainly wasn’t in the last ten years because I would have remembered it. They have been helpful in every circumstance, particularly in terms of suggesting lower-cost solutions at times, knowing that I was uninsured until this year. I haven’t had any trouble with Island Drug at Clinton either. “

“I’ve been going to Medical Center Pharmacy Freeland for 3 years, 2-3 times a month. The worst pharmacy in the world! I would fire the manager of this store! Going in 2 to 4 times a month for about 40 times a year, they screw up 75% of the time! One star is too good! Many times, they goof up my order or say, they can’t fill it. It’s extremely upsetting since I have to travel to either Oak Harbor or Clinton. They tell me and others, to wait 15 to 20 minutes and one to 1-1/2 hours later, it may get filled. Employees have told me, it’s SOP to say it, even though they know it will take longer. The same thing happens at the Oak Harbor Rite Aid store. My girlfriend has the same problems.”