How old do you have to be to buy condoms in Vermont?
You can buy condoms at any age in the state of Vermont. Condoms are not a drug, just a physical health product just like Band-Aids and cotton balls so they are not regulated like the pill or other birth control that changes your body chemistry. You can get a package of 12 condoms for $5 to $8 if you go to a drug store or super store.
If you don’t want to pay for the condoms you can get them for free or reduced pricing health clinics and departments. You can call 1-800-230-7526 for the nearest for more information on Planned Parenthood and the nearest location. You can also get condoms from your high school or doctor in many cases.
Condoms are the best way to have sex and protect yourself against STD’s and is very effective at preventing pregnancy. Make sure you know how to properly put them on. If you don’t know how, a quick Google search will give you all you need to know (tutorials, video demonstrations, etc.).
If you want to know how much condoms are, visit our ‘How much are condoms?‘ page.
If you want a wider variety of places you can buy condoms from, visit our ‘Where to buy condoms‘ page.
If you are worried about how condoms will fit you, visit our ‘Condom sizes‘ page.