In general, the cost of Ativan (lorazepam) on the street can cost somewhere between $1 and $4 per pill, although this price can fluctuate.
Lorazepam is a relatively inexpensive prescription benzodiazepine that is commonly sold on the street at a steep profit margin for dealers.
As with other prescription drugs, the street price for Ativan will vary depending on regional demand, supply, and quality of anti-drug efforts.
How Much Does Ativan Cost Per Pill?
Prescription Ativan comes in three main dosages: .5 mg, 1 mg, and 2 mg.
When Ativan is sold on the street, the general value is around:
- .5 mg to 1 mg: $1-$2
- 2 mg: $4
Cost Of Ativan On The Street VS Prescription Ativan Cost
Prescription drugs are almost always more expensive on the street than when they are obtained for legal medical purposes. This is the case for Ativan.
Ativan Pharmacy Prices
In the pharmacy, 120 1-mg tablets cost between $13 and $80 – depending on insurance and pharmacy discounts. This price is around $.108 per pill (and per mg).
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The pharmacy cost for 120 2-mg tablets is as low as $12 and averages $97.
The lowest price per pill for a larger dosage of Ativan actually costs less per pill than the 1 mg variety at exactly $.10 per pill ($.05 per mg)
How Pharmacy Prices Compare To Ativan Street Costs
Compared to the street value of Ativan at around $1-$2 per 1 mg pill, the markup is around 1000%.
The cheaper 2 mg Ativan pills, selling at $4 per pill, creates a profit of around 3900%.
Getting Help For Ativan Abuse
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- Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection — Lorazepam