A single dose of PCP will cost around $5-$15, making it one of the more affordable illicit street drugs.
However, it is known to be psychologically addictive and those who use it will build up a tolerance fast. As 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.
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.
What Factors Can Affect The Price Of PCP?
The price of PCP stays generally stable but will vary a bit and mostly by location.
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.
Factors that affect the price of PCP include:
- purity of the product
- where it was produced
- where it is being sold
- current availability
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Cost Of PCP-Laced Cigarette/Joint
A cigarette or joint can easily be dipped in liquid PCP and sold this way.
The cost of a PCP-laced cigarette or joint may vary greatly from one location to the next, but may typically cost between $25-$80.
Cost Of PCP Tablet
The cost of a tablet of PCP is generally about $5-$15.
Cost Of PCP Powder
PCP powder is typically sold by the gram and generally costs about $50-$75 per gram.
Cost Of PCP Liquid Per Ounce
PCP generally costs about $200-$300 per liquid ounce. However, in some locations, the cost may be much higher, or between $1,500 and $2,000.
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