The last time I re-ordered Omnipods, I bought some insulin from the same website that I order the pods from. I did not give them a prescription because hey - it is Canada - and the pharmacist knows I have diabetes.
Remember the prices are in Canadian dollars, so you need to multiply by 0.8 to get US dollars. All the insulin prices are on the website including Fiasp. The prices are pretty much the same as online as at any other walk-in pharmacy. Within a couple of dollars
Yes - you do not need a prescription. The pharmacist issues to you similar to other “over the counter drugs”. You may need to be able to demonstrate that you have diabetes to the pharmacist.
There is only one price. The street price is what everyone pays. It includes a drug price and a dispensing fee. There are government limits on both drug prices and dispensing fees. The only differences in price between pharmacies are the dispensing fees but usually they are small (a couple of bucks). See the website above for real prices.
FISAP is the same price as Novorapid (which is what Novolog is called in Canada). EDIT - actually FIASP is a few bucks cheaper than Novorapid.
Not really. Not worth the higher price of gas to drive around and find a bargain.