The price of PrEP can vary significantly. At the end of 2018, PrEPnu asked several pharmacies in the 6 largest cities for the price they charge for PrEP. Some of the pharmacies responded and provided the price indication published below. The list has been regularly updated since then.
Last update: September 27, 2023
ATTENTION! FIRST READ THESE POINTS OF ATTENTION TO AVOID MISUNDERSTANDINGS
- All prices are for a pack of 30 tablets (a one-month supply if you take PrEP daily).
- The mentioned prices are indications, not guarantees. If the price is higher than the prices mentioned below, feel free to ask questions, but please remain polite and friendly.
- The mentioned prices are for the cheapest generic brand of PrEP available at the pharmacy. Due to supply issues, the cheapest option may sometimes be out of stock. If necessary, consider asking another pharmacy or consult with the pharmacist or pharmacy assistant about alternatives.
- Dutch pharmacies sell various brands of generic PrEP (Generic Name: Tenofovir disoproxil/Emtricitabine). They all work equally well. The only difference may be the packaging; some brands offer a choice between a bottle or blister pack.
- PrEP is a medication and is only provided with a prescription. Request a prescription from your general practitioner, your local Public Health Service (GGD), or the nearest HIV treatment center. If you encounter any difficulties, contact PrEPnu for assistance.