How Much Does MDMA (Molly) Cost?

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D on June 21, 2021

MDMA, more commonly referred to as molly or Ecstasy, is an illegal synthetic drug with characteristics of both a stimulant and hallucinogen. It is relatively inexpensive and usually taken in multiple doses.

Cost Of MDMA (Molly)

The cost of molly can vary but it does not tend to fluctuate as wildly as some street drugs. While it comes in multiple forms, a single dose tends to stay around $20.

Molly is not considered as addictive as other illegal drugs, but there is evidence of dependencies forming on it.

The problem with molly is that people with a molly or MDMA addiction will often take multiple doses at a time or within a short time period. The effects and the costs can add up fast.

Learn more about the average cost of street drugs

What Factors Can Affect The Price Of Molly?

Molly is a synthetic drug, but its price does not fluctuate as wildly as other synthetic drugs, like methamphetamine, because it is much easier to produce safely in mass quantities.

Factors that affect the price of molly include:

  • purity of the product
  • quality of the product
  • where it was produced
  • where it is being sold
  • current availability

How Much Does 100 mg Of Molly Cost?

Molly typically comes in a pill form, ranging from 70 mg-100 mg. Each of these tablets costs around $15-$25.

How Much Does A Point Of Molly Cost?

A point of molly is a single dosage of 0.1g (100 mg) in a capsule form. Each of these capsules costs around $20-$50.

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How Much Does A Gram Of Molly Cost?

Molly can also be sold in a crystal or powder form, and in this case, it would be sold by the gram. A gram of molly in this form will cost about $150.

How Much Does An Ounce Of Molly Cost?

An ounce of molly in powder form will cost around $1,800-$3,000.

Finding Addiction Treatment For Molly

If you or a loved one is currently struggling with an MDMA addiction or would like more information on MDMA abuse treatment, please consider giving our helpline a call and find a drug rehab center near you.

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