Condoms are available at most pharmacies, grocery stores, big box stores (like Walmart and Target), and sometimes even gas stations. At most stores they tend to be in an aisle marked "Family Planning," but you can also ask a store clerk where they are located in a particular store. Are you looking for a specific brand or type? If so, you may need to go to a specialty store or order online.
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Also, if cost is an issue, you can go to a Planned Parenthood and pick some up for free. They usually have a big bowl of condoms out in the waiting room, and you can go in without an appointment and take some.
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