How Much Does MDMA (Molly) Cost?

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D. on July 28, 2023

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 is usually taken in multiple doses.

Cost Of MDMA (Molly)

The cost of molly (MDMA) 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.

While Molly is not considered as addictive as other illegal drugs, there is evidence that people can develop a psychological dependency on it.

The average cost of street drugs will vary based on a variety of factors, including what types of substances the drugs are cut with, ease of acquisition, the location of sale, and much more.

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, such as methamphetamine, because it is much easier to produce safely in mass quantities.

Factors that affect the price of molly may include:

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

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How Much Does Molly Cost On The Street?

The price of molly may vary if the formulation is mixed with other substances such as fentanyl, methamphetamine, or other hallucinogens.

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Medically Reviewed by
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