How Much Does PCP (Angel Dust) Cost?

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D. on August 8, 2023

PCP, commonly known as Angel Dust, is an illegal and mind-altering street drug that can be classified as a hallucinogen. PCP is relatively cheap on the street, but can be very psychologically addictive.

What Is The Average Cost Of PCP?

A single dose of PCP will cost around $5-$15, making it one of the more affordable illicit street drugs.

However, PCP is known to be psychologically addictive and people who use it quickly build up a tolerance. Cince more is required to get the same effects, the costs will add up quickly.

PCP comes in many forms, with each having its own associated prices. It’s also known by various street names and slang.

Learn more about the average cost of illegal street drugs

What Factors Can Affect The Price Of PCP?

The price of PCP stays generally stable but will vary a bit and mostly by location and by the method of abuse

Although it is most often found in liquid and powder forms, you can also find it in a crystal, tablet, or capsule form. It is not uncommon to find both MDMA and marijuana laced with PCP.

While it was originally created for medicinal use, it was found ineffective and is no longer legal anywhere, thus making it more accessible in certain places than others.

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Factors that affect the price of PCP include:

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

How Much Does PCP Cost?

The cost of PCP varies depending on the type and quantity of the drug that is being purchased. Find out more below.

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